Mail pattern boldness

New York Times fashion note: Text messaging goood, voice mail baaad. This means a new wave of speech-to-text applications, which will inevitably benefit people with hearing disabilities. But let’s hope audio–in both recorded and text-to-speech formats–doesn’t disappear completely; there’s an obvious need for it by blind folks and conscientious drivers, and many people with cognitive disabilities benefit from simultaneous audio and visual input.

New York Times: You’ve Got Voice Mail, but Do You Care?

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