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Emacspeak 37.0 (SolidDog) Unleashed



*               Emacspeak-37.0 (SolidDog) Unleashed!


**  For Immediate Release:

San Jose, Calif., (December 21, 2012)
    Emacspeak:  Redefining Accessibility In The Era Of Cloud Computing
    --Zero cost of upgrades/downgrades makes priceless software affordable!

Emacspeak Inc (NASDOG: ESPK) --http://emacspeak.sf.net--
announces the immediate world-wide availability of Emacspeak
37.0 (SolidDog) --a powerful audio desktop for leveraging today's evolving
data, social and service-oriented  Web cloud.

** Investors Note:


With several prominent tweeters expanding coverage of
_#emacspeak_, NASDOG: ESPK has now been consistently trading over
the net at levels close to that once attained by DogCom
high-fliersâand as of October 2009 is trading at levels close to
that achieved by once better known stocks in the tech sector.

** What Is It?


Emacspeak is a fully functional audio desktop that provides
complete eyes-free access to all major 32 and 64 bit operating
environments. By seamlessly blending live access to all aspects
of the Internet such as Web-surfing, blogging, social computing
and electronic messaging into the audio desktop, Emacspeak
enables speech access to local and remote information with a
consistent and well-integrated user interface. A rich suite of
task-oriented tools provides efficient speech-enabled access to
the evolving service-oriented social Web cloud.

** Major Enhancements:

  - Full EPub support: ð
  - Websearch enhancements and wizards: ð
  - Updated support  git interaction via magit: â
  - Speech-enables module Kite for debugging Web Apps in Chrome â
  - TTS  enhancements: ð
  - Updated url templates for task-oriented web actions: â
  - SSH port forwarding support for TTS serversð
  - Tested against Emacs 23 on stock Ubuntu Lucid..Precise.
  - Emacs 24 Support  Updated support for the forthcoming Emacs
       24 release.

Plus many more changes too numerous to fit in this margin ... â

** Establishing Liberty, Equality And Freedom:


  Never a toy system, Emacspeak is voluntarily bundled with all
major Linux distributions. Though designed to be modular,
distributors have freely chosen to bundle the fully integrated
system without any undue pressureâa documented success for
the integrated innovation embodied by Emacspeak. As the system
evolves, both upgrades and downgrades continue to be available at
the same zero-cost to all users. The integrity of the Emacspeak
codebase is ensured by the reliable and secure Linux platform
used to develop and distribute the software.

Extensive studies have shown that thanks to these features, users
consider Emacspeak to be absolutely priceless. Thanks to this
wide-spread user demand, the present version remains   priceless
as everâit is being made available at the same zero-cost as
previous releases.

At the same time, Emacspeak continues to innovate in the area of
eyes-free social interaction and carries forward the
well-established Open Source tradition of introducing user
interface features that eventually show up in luser environments.

On this theme, when once challenged by a proponent of a
crash-prone but well-marketed mousetrap with the assertion
"Emacs is a system from the 70's", the creator of Emacspeak
evinced surprise at the unusual candor manifest in the assertion
that it would take popular idiot-proven interfaces until the year
2070 to catch up to where the Emacspeak audio desktop is
today. Industry experts welcomed this refreshing breath of
Courage Certainty and Clarity (CCC) at a time when users are
reeling from the Fear Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) unleashed by
complex software systems backed by even more convoluted press
releases.

** Independent Test Results:


Independent test results have proven that unlike some modern (and
not so modern) software, Emacspeak can be safely uninstalled without
adversely affecting the continued performance of the computer. These
same tests also revealed that once uninstalled, the user stopped
functioning altogether. Speaking with Aster Labrador, the creator of
Emacspeak once pointed out that these results re-emphasize the
user-centric design of Emacspeak; "It is the user --and not the
computer-- that stops functioning when Emacspeak is uninstalled!".

*** Note from Aster,Bubbles and Tilden:


UnDoctored Videos Inc. is looking for volunteers to star in a
video demonstrating such complete user failure.

** Obtaining Emacspeak:


Emacspeak can be downloaded from Google Code Hosting --see
http://code.google.com/p/emacspeak/ You can visit
Emacspeak on the WWW at http://emacspeak.sf.net.  You can subscribe
to the emacspeak mailing list emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu by sending
mail to the list request address emacspeak-request@cs.vassar.edu.
The HeadDog release is at
[[http://emacspeak.googlecode.com/files/emacspeak-35.0.tar.bz2]].
The latest development snapshot of Emacspeak is available via
Subversion from Google Code Hosting at
http://emacspeak.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/

** History:
Emacspeak 37.0 continues the tradition of delivering robust
software as reflected by its code-name. Emacspeak 36.0 enhances
the audio desktop with many new tools including full EPub support
--- hence the name EPubDog. Emacspeak 35.0 is all about teaching
a new dog old tricks --- and is aptly code-named HeadDog in honor
of our new Press/Analyst contact. emacspeak-34.0 (AKA Bubbles)
established a new beach-head with respect to rapid task
completion in an eyes-free environment. Emacspeak-33.0 AKA
StarDog brings unparalleled cloud access to the audio
desktop. Emacspeak 32.0 AKA LuckyDog continues to innovate via
open technologies for better access. Emacspeak 31.0 AKA TweetDog
--- adds tweeting to the Emacspeak desktop. Emacspeak 30.0 AKA
SocialDog brings the Social Web to the audio desktopâyou cant but
be social if you speak! Emacspeak 29.0âAKAAbleDogâis a testament
to the resilliance and innovation embodied by Open Source
softwareâit would not exist without the thriving Emacs community
that continues to ensure that Emacs remains one of the premier
user environments despite perhaps also being one of the
oldest. Emacspeak 28.0âAKA PuppyDogâexemplifies the rapid pace of
development evinced by Open Source software. Emacspeak 27.0âAKA
FastDogâis the latest in a sequence of upgrades that make
previous releases obsolete and downgrades unnecessary. Emacspeak
26âAKA LeadDogâcontinues the tradition of introducing innovative
access solutions that are unfettered by the constraints inherent
in traditional adaptive technologies. Emacspeak 25 âAKA ActiveDog
âre-activates open, unfettered access to online
information. Emacspeak-Alive âAKA LiveDog âenlivens open,
unfettered information access with a series of live updates that
once again demonstrate the power and agility of open source
software development. Emacspeak 23.0 -- AKA Retrieverâwent the
extra mile in fetching full access. Emacspeak 22.0 âAKA GuideDog
âhelps users navigate the Web more effectively than ever
before. Emacspeak 21.0 âAKA PlayDog âcontinued the Emacspeak
tradition of relying on enhanced productivity to liberate
users. Emacspeak-20.0 âAKA LeapDog âcontinues the long
established GNU/Emacs tradition of integrated innovation to
create a pleasurable computing environment for eyes-free
interaction. emacspeak-19.0 --AKA WorkDog-- is designed to
enhance user productivity at work and leisure. Emacspeak-18.0
--code named GoodDog-- continued the Emacspeak tradition of
enhancing user productivity and thereby reducing total cost of
ownership. Emacspeak-17.0 --code named HappyDog-- enhances user
productivity by exploiting today's evolving WWW
standards. Emacspeak-16.0 --code named CleverDog-- the follow-up
to SmartDog-- continued the tradition of working better, faster,
smarter. Emacspeak-15.0 --code named SmartDog--followed up on
TopDog as the next in a continuing a series of award-winning
audio desktop releases from Emacspeak Inc. Emacspeak-14.0 --code
named TopDog--was the first release of this
millennium. Emacspeak-13.0 --codenamed YellowLab-- was the
closing release of the 20th. century. Emacspeak-12.0 --code named
GoldenDog-- began leveraging the evolving semantic WWW to provide
task-oriented speech access to Webformation. Emacspeak-11.0
--code named Aster-- went the final step in making Linux a
zero-cost Internet access solution for blind and visually
impaired users. Emacspeak-10.0 --(AKA Emacspeak-2000) code named
WonderDog-- continued the tradition of award-winning software
releases designed to make eyes-free computing a productive and
pleasurable experience. Emacspeak-9.0 --(AKA Emacspeak 99) code
named BlackLab-- continued to innovate in the areas of speech
interaction and interactive accessibility. Emacspeak-8.0 --(AKA
Emacspeak-98++) code named BlackDog-- was a major upgrade to the
speech output extension to Emacs.

Emacspeak-95 (code named Illinois) was released as OpenSource on
the Internet in May 1995 as the first complete speech interface
to UNIX workstations. The subsequent release, Emacspeak-96 (code
named Egypt) made available in May 1996 provided significant
enhancements to the interface. Emacspeak-97 (Tennessee) went
further in providing a true audio desktop. Emacspeak-98
integrated Internetworking into all aspects of the audio desktop
to provide the first fully interactive speech-enabled WebTop.

About Emacspeak:
----------------

Originally based at Cornell (NY)
http://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/raman --home to Auditory User
Interfaces (AUI) on the WWW-- Emacspeak is now maintained on
GoogleCode --http://code.google.com/p/emacspeak âand
Sourceforge âhttp://emacspeak.sf.net. The system is mirrored
world-wide by an international network of software archives and
bundled voluntarily with all major Linux distributions. On
Monday, April 12, 1999, Emacspeak became part of the
Smithsonian's Permanent Research Collection on Information
Technology at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American
History.

The Emacspeak mailing list is archived at Vassar --the home of the
Emacspeak mailing list-- thanks to Greg Priest-Dorman, and provides a
valuable knowledge base for new users.

* Press/Analyst Contact: Tilden Labrador

Going forward, Tilden acknowledges his exclusive monopoly on
setting the direction of the Emacspeak Audio Desktop, and
promises to exercise this freedom to innovate and her resulting
power responsibly (as before) in the interest of all dogs.

**About This Release:
------------------

Windows-Free (WF) is a favorite battle-cry of The League Against
Forced Fenestration (LAFF).  --see
http://www.usdoj.gov/atr/cases/f3800/msjudgex.htm for details on
the ill-effects of Forced Fenestration.

CopyWrite )C( Aster and Hubbell Labrador. All Writes Reserved.
HeadDog (DM), LiveDog (DM), GoldenDog (DM), BlackDog (DM) etc., are Registered
Dogmarks of Aster,  Hubbell  and Tilden Labrador.  All other dogs belong to
their respective owners.

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