Hello everybody, I hope you’re doing well this fine evening.
I just wanted to ask and if you are not already doing it, and what I mean by doing it is, talking to your computer rather than typing. Become hands-free, COMPLETELY. I’m getting there through the use of Dragon by Nuance NaturallySpeaking.
The video that is attached to this post is only a part of what you can do. You can create documents, send emails, open and create spreadsheets through Excel. They have software that will even work on the Mac, if that’s what you’re sporting these days.
Watch the video and check it out, it can free up old your hands and wrists if you’re concerned about getting carpal tunnel, this definitely helps. Plus one great benefit, as you don’t have to worry about spell checking anywhere you type, I mean dictate. All you have to do is tell it what you want to do or say, and all you have to do is tell it what punctuations you want to use and where.
I would love to hear back from you and see what you guys think if you’re doing this, or using some other program. My experience though, is that there is no other program out there that even comes close to the quality and accuracy of this program, Dragon.
Hey you guys, and my Ladies,
I am posting a couple of clips here, I hope you get a kick out of them because I did, especially the second one and view them in the order they are presented. Between the two of them, I really want to see Her, but I’m really looking forward to seeing the parody, Him. That is too if it’s a full-length movie or just a clip but either way the clip was funny.
Click on this link for “Her”
and then Click on “Him”
Here is a second one of “Him”, quite interesting to say the least.
HIM – New Official Trailer (Parody of Her by Spike Jonze)
Will let me know what you think of the movies or the clips. And if you have seen the movies, let me know what you thought of them, I’d really like to know.
Ever have one of those nights where you went to bed, even though you are tired, as you lay there your legs just wouldn’t slow down? it’s happened many many times but last night for example, I could’ve ran the New York marathon the way my legs were going and that was little over two hours ago. I woke up about a half-hour ago, used the restroom and could’ve ran another marathon after laying back down. Then it worked its way up to my brain and now I’m sitting here. I’m curious, how many of you have gone through this and what a dumb about it?