Friday, December 02, 2005

Meeting visually impaired students

Udi met with a group of 25 visually impaired students at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He told them that QTSaver might help them surf the web more efficiently by reducing the amount of irrelevant information that they have to go through and by the new revolutionary ability to hear these search results on Opera Browser.It seemed to him that they were all interested in this presentation.
He promised to send them the address of QTsaver's Website by Email and invited all of them to send him feedback. 12 students gave him their phone numbers and agreed to be in the future in a more personal correspondence with him.

This is the first presentation of QTSaver to the public and I'm sorry I didn't take it on video…

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