If you will notice, in the picture, there is a microphone. It's a Logitech digital microphone ran into one of the USB ports of my laptop. Why would I want a microphone on a laptop? That question brings me around to the point of today's post. Although I've tried to stay technically advanced, I went to school back in the dark ages. We didn't even have a faint inkling that the world would turn out the way it is. I never learned how to type. Oh, I can hold my own filling out forms and such, but as far as really getting down to the nitty-gritty of putting words on paper, I'm pretty slow. My attitude back then was, if I needed something typed I would hire a secretary. My, how we live and learn. One of my exes had very good typing skills. When we got the first computer, I could dictate in my natural voice, and she would type it, word for word. She was actually that fast. Although it's not easy to replace a wife, technology does allow for new sets of skills. Now I dictate that microphone, and it follows me word for word. What I'm talking about is a program of speech recognition software that automatically turns talk.... into text.
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