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#2 in the Ratlands ongoing series of techno-philosophical questions

Why are there braille markings on the buttons on the drive-up ATM at my bank?  The idea of braille marking on anything “drive-up’ is disconcerting to me.  However, I can understand that someone might drive a blind individual to the bank so they could use the ATM.  But having braille on the keypad would seem to be of minor importance, given that after you punch in our PIN, the rest of the transaction is done on the computer touch screen.

Is it just me?

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