Microsoft Siri Competitor from 2003 – Microsoft is lightyears and decades ahead of their competitors.

This is an amazing article.

Yes, I fully agree– I think that Microsoft is lightyears and decades ahead of their competitors.

What Microsoft offers in Access Data Projects- it is the same thing that they offered in 1999, thirteen years ago- and I’ve yet to see it from ANY Microsoft development platform.

ACCESS JUST WORKS.  It’s the best tool for most jobs. Right click SORT and Right-click FILTER are built in. I’ve never seen a single end user application perform as well as what I can build with Microsoft Access- 3 times faster than Web Developers.

And it performs better.  Hundreds of thousands of records with unlimited drilldown.

Microsoft Access Data Projects kick ass!

http://www.seattlepi.com/business/tech/article/Microsoft-and-premature-innovation-2680065.php

"Microsoft has been beating the speech and text recognition drums for decades, only to see Siri, a quirky, accent-fussy smart agent (there’s a term you probably haven’t seen in a while) steal any and all thunder that Microsoft had even thought of years before, but not in a mobile context," Miller wrote, referring to Siri on the Apple iPhone 4S. Here, then-Microsoft Vice President of Automotive Technology Dick Brass uses Microsoft Voice Command on a Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC on Nov. 3, 2003. Photo: Getty Images / Microsoft

“Microsoft has been beating the speech and text recognition drums for  decades, only to see Siri, a quirky, accent-fussy smart agent (there’s a term  you probably haven’t seen in a while) steal any and all thunder that Microsoft  had even thought of years before, but not in a mobile context,” Miller wrote,  referring to Siri on the Apple iPhone 4S. Here, then-Microsoft Vice President of  Automotive Technology Dick Brass uses Microsoft Voice Command on a Windows  Mobile-based Pocket PC on Nov. 3, 2003.

Photo: Getty Images /  Microsoft

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