dean@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > -----Original Message----- > From: blindtech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > [mailto:blindtech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of > Dean Martineau > Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2010 9:56 AM > To: blindtech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: (BlindTech) What computer books would you buy if > they existed? > > good morning. Most of you are probably familiar with National > Braille Press. They produce bffordable braille books, both > paper and electronic. the book on the iPhone which I > co-authored with Anna Dresner will be coming out sometime in > the next month, for instance. The electronic versions are > increasingly available as DAISY, and are also available as > plain text, so braille knowledge isn't necessary to benefit from them. > > As I write their books nowadays, I am unofficially asking > what kinds of computer books you would like to see, and > would buy. We are working on Office 2010 Reference cards > now. What else would you like to see? What would most help > the people you work with? > > Let me stress that this is my own information-gathering > initiative. Any information i get will be looked at, but I am > asking, not NBP. NBP charges as little as they can for books, > but they have to have some notion that a book will sell "so > copies, enough to make it not too much of a losing > proposition, before they write it. > > It is probably best that you reply to me individually about > this as it isn't really a matter of discussion. I can send a > summary of responses if I get some. > > Thanks for thinking about it. > > Dean Check out the TABI resource web page at http://acorange.home.comcast.net/TABI and please make suggestions for new material. if you'd like to unsubscribe you can do so through the freelists.org web interface, or by sending an email to the address tabi-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject.