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Re: Emails for pwld

From: Jonathan Chetwynd <j.chetwynd@btinternet.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 19:03:08 +0000
Cc: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
To: Nick Kew <nick@webthing.com>
Message-Id: <767E022B-42D6-11D8-878D-0003939B5AD0@btinternet.com>


It would be useful, but the devil is in the detail.

Secure logins can be achieved this way:
Put one person known image in a page of strangers photographs, on a 
number of pages, and that's fairly good security.
(ie the user has to click on a series of known images)

take a look at http://www.peepo.co.uk for a web browsing experience for 
The graphics and software are dedicated to the public domain, this 
might seem obvious, but in proprietary systems you have to own the 
graphics, and hence the software.....
Users have to remember the sequence that unlocks the experience they 
This can also help develop alphabet skills, click on radio, type 'c', 
click on capitol radio.....

Could an open source email program also provide a long term learning 
without a doubt ~:"



On Friday, January 9, 2004, at 04:10  am, Nick Kew wrote:

> On Thu, 8 Jan 2004, Simon Evans wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Somewhat latently....
>> Caroline Lambie <caroline.lambie@mencap.org.uk> wrote:-
>>> The idea is instead of having a traditional email address there is a
>>> photo of the person you need to email and when you click on that the
>>> email address is embedded so it opens up as a traditional email 
>>> ready to
>>> write and send. It would be reciprocal so that it also shows the
>>> senders photo when received.
> Come to think of it, that would be pretty straightforward to implement
> in the case of a web-based mail client such as accessiblemail.org.
> Would that be a useful thing for your users?
> -- 
> Nick Kew
Jonathan Chetwynd
"A web by people with learning difficulties"
Received on Friday, 9 January 2004 13:57:10 UTC

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