[games_access] T-shirt logo and meeting time? Incredible blind gamer.

hinn at uiuc.edu hinn at uiuc.edu
Wed Jan 11 20:29:59 EST 2006

I don't think I sent out the reminder in the rush of email
messages that I sent. My network at work was down mostly of
the day so I wasn't able to make it to the meeting space. I'm
trying to figure out another day for us to meet right now.
Probably Friday or Monday.

---- Original message ----
>Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 20:29:24 -0500
>From: "Robert Florio" <arthit73 at cablespeed.com>  
>Subject: [games_access] T-shirt logo and meeting time?
Incredible blind gamer.  
>To: <games_access at igda.org>
>   I was unaware there was another meeting today was
>   there a e-mail sent out because I'd like to attend? 
>   With the T-shirt logo I think it's kind of catchy
>   but could use a little bit more design perhaps
>   playing with more form.  Let me know if you get
>   anything else done and I hope you make it for the
>   front of the shirts so people with wheelchairs don't
>   have to worry about the logo being on the back.  I
>   sit in a chair all day so it wouldn't be seen. 
>   It amazes me how the 17-year-old  blind kids plays
>   video games and got his start on and publicity by
>   being interviewed by CNN I believe.  That's what I
>   need for the world to see me and then I can start
>   helping so many other people.  I keep praying
>   crossing fingers and working hard some day I will
>   get a break.  I don't play tournaments but I'm
>   thinking about it now.  I certainly don't have time
>   for doing it.
>   If anyone's interested I'll be interviewed and
>   talking about game excessability and my interest in
>   the matter with my disability quadriplegia on a pod
>   cast interviewed January 18.  I believe it will be
>   aired the Friday after.  To check out the pod cast
>   look up iTunes station name Gameon all one word. 
>   Look for Shawn Sines.
>    Thanks.
>   Robert
>   www.RobertFlorio.com all about art and game
>   excessability
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