News.com reports that Google is set to unveil a search site that will help blind people locate results that will work best with text-to-speech software. The new Google Accessible Search site prioritizes the list of results based on how simple the web pages are laid out. The service examines the HTML markup on a given page, and favors those pages that have few visual distraction and those that are likely to render well in the software when the images are turned off. The new service is based on the same underlying technology as Google Co-op, which prioritizes results based upon specialized interests…