- Nov 9, 2015
Goodness, and I've seen you accuse other people of having a sense of entitlement. The knowledge is all still available, if you're a student or staff member of the University of California, Berkeley. They gave a number of reasons why they took the stuff out of public including to protect their intellectual property. But no, Swa wants everything for free, so entitled. If I didn't know better I'd think think you were socialist, wanting education to be free. SmhListen bud, I am not against people with disabilities. I have long before you were probably born promoted good practices. Things like frames for instance which the rest of the world is against are actually the perfect tool for the blind, but google and web standards committee don't want them because apparently they are hard to index and break web pages, unless you implement a few simple tweaks.
This however is a step backwards. Instead of making things accessible they are trying to remove knowledge and I'm glad somebody is doing something about it. Instead of going this dumb route they could rather have promoted access to information. There are already tools to convert speech into text. An Iphone can be used right out of the box by a blind person which is why the darn things are so popular. But rather than move us forward they are trying to take us all a step backwards. But that's the MO of you SJWs.