From: Peter <pnewman1 -at- home -dot- com>
Maggie Secara wrote:
> Hi gang, me again--
> I have an interview on Monday afternoon with a "voice solutions" company
> which, according to their press releases, has a "100% W2C compliant
> VoiceXML browser". Now I'm pretty sure I know what that means, but I wonder
> if someone could expound on the subject a little, especially if you've
> written documentation for such a thing.
> I've just checked the archives and found only one reference that wasn't very
Maggie, try http://www-4.ibm.com/software/speech/support/
Poke around a bit.
Cool! And for those of you playing along at home, Thom Randolph sent me this link as well:
Oh and yes, it was my typo not the company's: it should have read W3C. Someday I really must learn to type! Thanks to Peter, Thom, Mike, and everyone for helping me prepare for this. I don't expect to become an overnight expert, but I'll at least be a little ahead of the game.
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