I never said Mosen got me fired.
I just think that it is quite naive to think that when someone is
employed by a company and that they say things that tend to minimize
the usability or efficiency of what might fairly be called a
competitor that to assume that he is and always will be or cannot in
any way be affected by this scenario is short sighted.
On 11/19/2020 11:54 AM, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Nov 19,
2020 at 11:29 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
i used to be on the private beta team and when I got a
bit too uppity and criticized JAWS for falling somewhat behind
NVDA on a few specific issues, I was canned!
Serious question: Fired at whose behest?
These sort of petty actions are, sadly, all too common. But it's
the person or persons responsible for taking them who deserve the
I don't know Jonathan Mosen from Adam other than knowing his name
and that he publishes lots of material related to accessibility.
But I have no reason to believe that he was responsible for what
happened to you unless you're willing to state such directly.
Vindictiveness is common, as is the inability to take negative
feedback that serves a valuable purpose.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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