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Cynthia Ice; opened Web portals for the blind

Cynthia Ice 'was a major figure in making sure that computer systems were accessible for people with disabilities,' said Barbara Lybarger of the Massachusetts Office on Disability. Cynthia Ice "was a major figure in making sure that computer systems were accessible for people with disabilities," said Barbara Lybarger of the Massachusetts Office on Disability.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / May 30, 2008

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Windows 95, the Microsoft operating system that threw open doors to the computer world for so many, slammed one shut in the face of Cynthia L. Ice. (Full article: 916 words)

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