Google on Wednesday announced the launch of “Doodle 4 Google,” a competition that invites school children to design a Google logo inspired by the question, “What If ...?”
The winning student’s doodle will be displayed on the Google homepage on May 22, 2008; the champion “doodler” will also win a $10,000 college scholarship and a $25,000 technology grant for his/her school.
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All inPlay Announces that the World's First-Ever Fully Accessible Online Version of Texas Hold'em Is Now in Open Beta and Will Be Free to All for a Limited Time
Shrewsbury, MA (June 15, 2006) - All inPlay announced the debut of its latest innovation in accessible online gaming, All inPlay Texas Hold'em. For the first time, the world's most popular variety of Poker is now playable by the blind, visually impaired, and the fully sighted as equals.
Fun and AAC - Part 1:http://www.axistive.com/content.jsp?objectid=11093 The more a person uses a communication system, familiarity increases and the more efficient the system becomes. Similarly, for some it may mean using AAC systems to access the computer, to play with toys or control the environment. AAC systems can also be used to operate television, music, audio clips and even display real photos with the latest technology.