Flashy graphics, pictures, multimedia ... they're a big part of the Web. But for blind or partially sighted users, home pages appear very differently. In response, IBM has launched an application that seeks to harness the power and time of Internet users around the globe to make the Web more accessible to the visually impaired.

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