Re: Accessibility

Sean Howard (showard@visdesigns.com)
Tue, 2 Jul 1996 08:38:37 -0500


Message-Id: <v01510100adfed66a2eb7@[205.246.19.117]>
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 1996 08:38:37 -0500
To: www-html@w3.org
From: Sean Howard <showard@visdesigns.com>
Subject: Re: Accessibility

>Just a point of note:
>
>(Seen on <URL:http://www.microsoft.com/ie/access/default.htm>:)
>>
>> Microsoft Internet Explorer provides
>> greater Internet accessibility for all
>> people by being the first browser to let
>> you use your keyboard to explore the Web.
>
>Excuse me?  I don't think so!  This is such a
>blatantly false statement that i shouldn't
>even have to state the counterexamples here.

LOL! What Microsoft doesn't create, doesn't exist! Besides the guy that
wrote that is probably a VB programmer and has never seen or even heard of
Unix. Lynx users must be rolling over in their graves!  ;)

>Keyboard accessibility is a great feature, but
>Microsoft -- please keep your claims reasonable.

Now this is an even funnier statement!  ;)

Sean <DREAMING>someone puts me out of my misery before IE becomes the
standard</DREAMING>