Re: Accessible Twitter?
Dean Martineau <dean@...>
Twitmonger and The Qube are two projects based on the work previouslytoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
undertaken by the creator of Qwitter. I use the Qube; apparently, both work
well, though you will want to read the manual to get the hang of them.
Another pc choice is the web-based Easychirp web client. All these are
effortless with JAWS.
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Subject: Accessible Twitter?
Ok, I'm finally going to give in and sign up to Twitter. What
accessible solution are most people using?
I'm mostly going to promote my business by tweating things
occasionally. I'm not planning on following tons of other
people. I suppose everybody says that and then they get sucked
into the twitterverse.
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