Re: Undoubtedly, an oversimplification ...

And now it is certain that the circle is complete on our quarterly
discussion of the evils of anything that isn't unstyled static HTML.
 Perhaps it would be prudent for someone to gather together the permalinks
for each of these threads so that the next time the subject comes up we can
save everyone's electricity, time, and bandwidth by sending those URLs to
the OP and moving onto more productive matters.  This conversation reminds
me of a religious debate. Neither side will convince the other and both
sides have the same responses to the same arguments.  Instead, the archives
of previous instances of this argument can be referenced and curious
parties can make their own decisions based on those archives.

On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 5:20 PM, Felix Miata <> wrote:

> On 2014-05-05 10:02 (GMT-0700) John Foliot composed:
>  David, when you make sweeping statements like that, please be sure to back
>> it up with some concrete evidence: can you point us to a poll or other
>> reference that shows that most people over the age of 50 are dissatisfied
>> with their web experience?
> When you do, make sure it takes into account people who do not use
> computers at all for such reasons as:
> 1-the difficulties imposed by tiny everything that blocks or impedes
> automatic account of any personalization of the environment that is
> supposed to make things big enough
> 2-the effects of aging on eyesight
> 3-eyesight that wasn't all that great even before aging started taking a
> toll.
> --
> "The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
> words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
>  Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!
> Felix Miata  ***


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