With the ZAC Web Browser, Autistic Children Can Use the Web Too
I know, the jokes write themselves, but this is a real heart-warming story, the kind we rarely get in technology news. John LeSieur, a software maker, built a custom browser for his six-year-old autistic grandson, Zackary, to use. Now it’s available free for Windows users. According to the Associated Press story, the browser “presents a hand-picked slate of choices from free, public Web sites, with an emphasis on educational games, music, videos and visually entertaining images.”
It sounds much better than any browser I’ve used. Check it out.