Tanks but no tanks

We had just finished reading a thoughtful explanation of universal design that included the phrase, “It should be policy that everything is directly accessible to as many people as is commercially practical. There of course is much difference of opinion as to what is commercially practical.” Immediately afterward we ran across the news tidbit below whose heart, if not its understanding of either direct accessibility or commercial practicality, is in the right place. If Poseidon comes back with a model where users can change the prescription strength on the fly, and maybe adds audio description of piscean contents with multiple language options, we’ll consider it at least the dawning of the Age of Aquarium.

The Onion: New Prescription Fish Tank Eliminates Need For Glasses While Looking At Fish

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