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    Microsoft Usab
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    Redmond, WA

    My name is James Pazhavila, and I work with the Microsoft Usability Group, currently supporting the MS Mobile Devices team.

    Microsoft regularly conducts usability research studies to learn how we can improve our products for end-users. We are currently seeking Pocket PC and cell phone enthusiasts to evaluate and provide feedback on mobile devices that are still under development. This is an exciting opportunity to see upcoming products, and help determine the direction we take with future Mobile Devices!

    All participants will also receive FREE SOFTWARE from a wide range of Microsoft titles as a token of our appreciation. Currently this list includes Windows XP Professional, Office 2003 Professional, Project 2003 and many others.

    The typical time commitment for these research studies is 2 hours, and they primarily take place on our campus in Redmond, WA.

    The criteria for our current research studies are as follows:

    People who work away from their primary work location at least 25% of the time.
    People who need to access information from their work PC while they are away from their primary work location.
    Subscribe to a data plan through their wireless provider
    Send and receive text messages on a daily basis
    Live in or around the Seattle area

    If you match the above criteria, please contact me directly at [email protected]. My team will then follow up with you within 2 business days. We have an immediate need for participants, so please respond by October 30, 2005.

    If you do not match these exact parameters, but are still interested in upcoming usability studies, please visit our website: http://www.microsoft.com/usability. From there, you can access our online sign-up form and enroll yourself in our program.

    Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you!

    James Pazhavila
    Recruiting Coordinator
    Microsoft Usability Group

    *Refer your friends and co-workers using Mobile Devices to sign up to participate in Microsoft Usability studies by visiting http://www.microsoft.com/usability/enrollment.htm

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