3.5 Surfing The WWW
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The WWW presents two interesting challenges to a spoken interface.
Emacspeak provides a spoken extension to W3, the excellent Emacs-based WWW
browser developed and maintained by William Perry.
- Presence of hypertext links.
- Presence of interactive elements, e.g., fill-out forms
consisting of UI elements such as input fields, check boxes and
Raman T. V.
Tue Nov 21 15:57:11 PST 1995