[access-uk] Re: Harry Potter Teleported to my address too (Braille Labelling)

I can imagine that, having done Braille transcription in my time.

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On
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Of George Bell
Sent: 21 July 2007 11:17AM
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Subject: [access-uk] Re: Harry Potter Teleported to my address too
(Braille Labelling)


Hi Ray,

Capitals in braille are supposedly still optional, but
letter signs are not supposed to be required for initials.
Makes it real confusing for computer programs when you want
to write "K. Smith was told to press the letter K."

George.

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> Subject:      [access-uk] Harry Potter Teleported to my
> address too
>
> Me too.  Just arived in a DVD type case, with the disc
> knocking around inside, which is not unusual for this type
> of box.
>
> Thought the Braille labeling a little odd, if
> understandable.  Suppose we could have mis-interpreted J K
> Rowling as Just Knowledge Rowling!  Thought the capital
> sign was 'in' these days.
>
> Anyway not JKR who just has the knowledge now as to
> Harry's fate.
>
> Cheers,
>
> From Ray
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