I think I tried twice to download the book, but either the BookShare system was having problems at the time or something on my end was, because I never got it downloaded, but it made its way to my step 2 page. As I recall it needs some type of verification before making it into the collection.
I am far from a C++ expert, but I was hoping to have a look at it someday, just never got back around to it. And right now I don't have the energy. I'll be playing catch up for the next week or so after a family emergency last week, and by the time I have time for it.....well, go ahead and give it a look through and do the best you can...
It definitely would be cool to program something useful when I eventually get a new phone!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Sarah Van Oosterwijck" <curiousentity@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 8:22 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] question on Nokia developer's book
Jake, and anyone else who might know something about the book for developing C++ programs for Nokia phones, I'd like to know if I should take the book and look at it. Any information about it would be useful. I don't propose to edit it, but I will take it and check it for acceptance by the bookshare standards. My husband said he would look the book over a little to judge whether it looks usable or whether it is a mess. I can do some checking too, but I am no expert in C++ and checking it with speech is something I consider a bit of a nightmare anyway. If someone else wants to do the job that's fine, but I don't want it to wait much longer since it has been arround since March. Someone can always submit a better copy later if that becomes possible.
Sarah Van Oosterwijck Assistive Technology Trainer http://home.earthlink.net/~netentity
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