[infotech] Screen-reading

  • From: "Brian Hartgen" <Brian.Hartgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <infotech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2006 11:49:33 -0000

Hi All

One of the major features which will be included within the
November/December edition of Infotech will relate to screen-reading.  I
will be interviewing key players in the field of manufacture and
distribution of various screen-reading products, including JAWS,
Window-Eyes, Hal/Supernova, System Access and Thunder. We will be
reflecting upon the high points for these products during 2006, talking
about new features of recent product releases, and looking onward into
2007 in respect of Vista and Office 2007.

This should make for a very interesting and informative article, and we
do have other features planned which will be equally informative outside
of the area of screen-reading.  If yiou have any questions you would
like me to ask about the different screen-reading products, please feel
free to forward them to me off list at

Brian Hartgen
Technical Consultant
T&T Consultancy Ltd
Office suite 5,
Imex Technology Park
Trentham Lakes South

Phone: 08452 303015

Fax: 01782 646142

Web Site, www.tandt-consultancy.com
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