I don't often blog about new products that the search engines come out with, but I think this one is worth it. Google labs now has accessible web search for the visually challenged. The Google blog describes it as: "In addition to finding the most relevant results as measured by Google's search algorithms, it further sorts results based on the simplicity of their page layouts." Also, "It tends to favor pages that degrade gracefully--that is, pages with few visual distractions, and pages that are likely to render well with images turned off."
Nice use of search specialization, Google.