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Ex-President Bush tries to use a computer. CLICK THE PICTURE for alternative text.[7] We Work at Making Your Life Easier:

Technology should be invisible to all who use it.

Technology is supposed to make life easier.

People in the "real world" shouldn't have to spend a lot of time learning how to use the technology. It shouldn't be necessary.

When you turn on your TV or go online, you want to be informed, and entertained, and amused. Perhaps even enlightened.

You don't want to spend a lot of time thinking about how all those pictures and sounds got inside the box. Or how the box works. If you can manage to just turn the box on, you'll be fine.

You don't have to think about the hours and days and weeks and months of effort that went into producing a 2-hour movie, or a TV series, or a newspaper, or a computerized animation.

And you shouldn't have to.

It's magic.

To light up a room, you go over to the wall, flick the switch, and somewhere a light goes on.

It's magic. And the magic of today's technology works for you every day to help brighten those dark corners of your life in a thousand ways.

You never have to worry about how many electrons flow through the little wire, or why the glowing filament inside that little light bulb doesn't burn up. Somebody else (or maybe a bunch of somebody elses) took care of all those infinitesimal technological details that make that light bulb work so effortlessly for you.

And for your commanding role in this drama of technology, you only need to flick the switch.

It's magic.

And engineers have spent many years designing and re-designing light switches and televisions and computers, and developing every other bit of "assistive technology" we use every day to make our lives easier in a multitude of ways.

So just flick the switch, turn on the light, and get on with your life.

It's magic.

BarrierFreeChoices is like that. We want to help make it as easy as possible for you to live your life to the fullest, despite any disabilities you may have.

So explore our site, and use our Service, and enjoy yourself while you're here, and find yourself a few really great barrier-free places to go. You can visit as long as you want, and you can LEARN as much as you might dare to dream. It's all right to learn new things ... the human mind is capable of so much more than some folks realize.

So, flick the switch, turn on your computer, and we'll take care of the magic behind the scenes, and provide magical portals that will take you to places that may be of interest to you.

Clicking our Logo wherever you see it will always take you back to our home page.

[Thanks to our old friend CIA Analyst "Steve" from McLean VA for the amusing "magic" analogy we still remember so well, told one evening at Dan and Marjie's place in Arlington. Steve was also the first person we ever knew who got a ticket for not wearing a seat belt, somewhere in the backwaters of Australia way back in the mid-1970's before the U.S. ever thought of having laws about such things. Get in touch whenever you can, Bro.]

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