>From: "H. Field" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Sat, 01 Jun 2002 11:06:18 -0500
>Subject: Flying Blind; running on empty
>To: NFB-Talk@NFBnet.org (Multiple recipients of NFBnet NFB-Talk Mailing List)
>Flying Blind; running on empty
> Funding freeze challenges startup's mission to market innovative device
> the blind
> From: Mountain View Voice - April 26, 2002 - page 23
> By: Danek S. Kaus
> Starting and running a new business is hard; it's even tougher when you're
> blind. Kenneth Frasse, president and CEO of Mountain View based Flying
> Technologies, Inc., is blind. So is Vice President of Engineering, Dean
> Frasse hopes to dramatically change the employment situation with a new
> device called the Electronic Scribe, which acts as pen and paper for the
> blind, and much more. It is a cross between a PDA and a laptop, but is
>smaller than a laptop. It contains a full-power word processor, address
> browser and e-mail application, using speech for its output. Unlike other
>software and hardware for the blind, all of the applications are
>completely accessible. The user needs to know only five keystrokes to access
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