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KIRKLAND, Washington--Digital Accessible Information System (Daisy) Consortium Secretary General George Kerscher (right) and Microsoft's Reed Shaffner explain how open Extensible Markup Language (OpenXML) and technology in general will m ake published information become more available to people who are blind and hav e print-disabilities. Daisy standards hope to enable them to access information published by mainstream publishers, governments, and libraries.
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