This is cool. It’s easy to forget how many in our society can’t use the technologies we’ve come to depend on.
It’s also very interesting that IBM decided to release this as hardware when, presumably, it could easily be done in software.
I came across this acronym in a posting to a mailing list by Susan Kitchens. PBTKATC is a neat description of one of the problems which plague so many computer systems today, cause so much lost productivity, and to which, sadly, nobody in the technical community seems to have a good answer yet:
Problem between the Keyboard and the Chair
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