Recently the Accessibility team approached me and asked if I'd be interested in providing an essay for their Accessibility Perspectives web site portal. In their own words:
"Accessibility Perspectives are a series of essay articles that profile some of the key Microsoft employees, partners and associates who make it easier for people to see, hear, and use computers."
So I said, "Sure, why not!?" The result is finally online here. In the essay I tried to capture why we're doing what we're doing, and how I view working with customers. This one quote from the essay, really epitomizes my feelings about the whole Windows Speech Recognition project:
And ... If that wasn't exciting enough... you can even see my professional head shot.