Microsoft’s Web Accessibility

If you visit Microsoft's Web Accessibility site you can find out more about how they use programs to automatically generate three different versions of their web pages for people of varying levels of accesibility. It's interesting to poke around the source of the text only versions - nice to see they have confidence in their own scripting languages - or are they using the .pl extension in some non-obvious manner? Still, it's nice to know that corporations are addressing these issues (and Microsoft has been for a long time). Anybody know where to find Netscape or IBM's equivilent pages?

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