Hey Microsoft, I have an idea for you that shouldn’t take too much of your hard earned profits to pull off. Have you ever thought of giving/offering to give test hardware to test new or forthcoming upgrades to products to the computer science or assistive technology-related sectors of your disabled user communities (deaf, blind/visually impaired, para/quadriplegic, etc.)? If not, I don’t think it’d take too much of your hard earned profits to do and it just might put you in a better position to know what these communities want in/from your products. If you’d be so willing to consider it, I’d like to see a representative from the Windows/Windows Live, Server & Tools and SQL Server product sectors of Microsoft to be at the various community conventions this Summer. I’ll be in Dallas over the July 4th week and I’d like to see Tami Reller and/or Jason Zander at the National Federation of the Blind convention being held there that week.
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