Inaccessability Protest!

As a one-day protest against poorly designed web sites whose authors gave no thought to the accessability of the site by the visually impaired (who frequently have to use text-only browsers and screen-reading software that reads the text through a speech synthesizer), I have made this copy of my home page as inaccessable for graphical browsers as the poorly-designed sites are for text browsers.

Today's complaint: sites with frames that insist that you download a browser that won't run on your machine, that you can't use anyway if you had a machine it would run on, and that not all Internet accounts will let you connect with.

If you really must see my regular home page then you can go to
to view it at its temporary location -- or wait for tomorrow when my site will be restored to normal.