hcetSJ writes "CNN.com has an article about a glove that reads sign language and can translate to spoken English. Although it's only one-handed now, and can only handle about 200 words, the inventor has further plans for a second hand and wider vocabulary. I wonder if this could be linked with the Rosetta Stone idea, to quickly expand the vocabulary. Also mentioned in the article is the possibility of military use...gaming control can't be far off."grvsmth points to a more detailed article on GWU's website.
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions
for scratch space after they are finished calling them?