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RE: VoxML- adding speech interfaces to Web applications and content.

From: David Clark <dmclark@cast.org>
Date: Thu, 1 Oct 1998 15:45:39 -0400
To: "'Kynn Bartlett'" <kynn-hwg@idyllmtn.com>, "'B.K. DeLong'" <bkdelong@naw.org>
Cc: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <002b01bded74$1103e8a0$ca557392@dmc.cast.org>
Isn't this where CSS fits in?

David Clark
CAST, Inc.

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Of Kynn Bartlett
Sent:	Thursday, October 01, 1998 2:26 PM
To:	B.K. DeLong
Cc:	w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Subject:	Re: VoxML- adding speech interfaces to Web applications and

At 02:17 p.m. 10/01/98 -0400, B.K. DeLong wrote:

I get the feeling it will be a topic of discussion at the Voice
Browsers meeting this month. :)

My concern is this -- I don't fancy the idea of having to maintain
a different set of pages of each different medium that comes
along.  Thus I'm worried about the idea of 'VoxML' for voice-based
pages and 'HTML' for visually focused pages.  To me, that is a
step in the wrong direction, and I hope that isn't the step that
Motorola is taking here.

But if you want to read more of my thoughts on Voice Browsers and
HTML, there's a link in my .sig.

Kynn Bartlett  <kynn@idyllmtn.com>
Chief Technologist & Co-Owner, Idyll Mountain Internet; Fullerton,
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