Rob Sinclair featured in IEEE Spectrum

Rob Sinclair, Director of the Accessibility Technology Group, is a great guy that I get to work with a lot. He has a ton of passion for end users, and really strives to make computers usable by all people, regardless of their abilities or skills. It was pretty neat then to see him featured in…


100 Best Companies to Work For, 2007 edition: Microsoft’s on the list

Fortune Magazine’s out again with its annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, and not surprisingly, Microsoft is on the list again this year. Microsoft came in #50 overall (Google came in #1), but Microsoft ranked #14 in the Best Compensation category (Google wasn’t even in the top 100 in that category)….

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Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite Windows Vista Review of Windows Speech Recognition

As I’m sure most of you probably already know, Paul Thurrott runs a really cool website, called Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows. It’s a great place to go for information on Windows. He’s been working on a review of Windows Vista for quite some time now, and I’ve enjoyed reading what he thought about the…


Window Clippings 1.2 by Kenny Kerr

Most of the time I blog about Windows Speech related things, but today I found a really neat utility written by Kenny Kerr I just have to share. It’s called Window Clippings. It makes capturing screen shots of Windows applications much easier than the built in PrintScreen capabilities, and it rivals commercially available software, IMO. But,…

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WSR’s in David Pogue’s Top 10 list

David Pogue published his annual Top 10 list again this year in the NY Times. In it, Microsoft got 2 of the 10 nods.  The first nod was for the wireless song transfer features of the Zune (something the whole music industry has pointed out was an innovative, thought leading feature). And … the second nod for…

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