[access-uk] Re: Google is more accessible from today

I noticed that but just thought it was being funny! ha.

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Hi all.

Have you noticed that Google is more accessible from today?

When it returns your search results, each result is a heading. So, with
jaws for instance, you can just whip thru them quickly using the letter
H or do insert-F6 to bring up the list of headings.

This gets my accessibility of the year award 2006 because it
significantly decreases my research time on search engines.

Give it a go. I'd be interested to hear your feedback and it's the kind
of thing I'd like to share with the BBC's accessibility gurus. A small
thing like this can really make a difference. Does it make a difference
to you?

...Damon

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