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Re: Voice Recognition for real?
- Subject: Re: Voice Recognition for real?
- From: "Patricia M. Godfrey" priscamg@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2008 16:12:08 -0500
Robert Holmgren wrote:
summary verdict on
Kerouac's unedited stream-of-consciousness texts: "That's not
writing, that's typing." XyWrite's executable isn't called
"Editor" for nothing.
A hit, a palpable hit.
>> I remember training Via Voice to
Yes, one would NOT want to do that. But most of the time, when I
do that, it's to correct my own typos, not revise (at the first
round; once the thing is at a certain stage, I revise, but that
would be done in native Xy). So if VR could eliminate the
innumerable typos, it would help. But my experience with Voice
Mail Hades doesn't leave me very sanguine. The office was
laughing its head off when I tried to activate Windows by phone:
here am I carefully enunciating (excruciatingly carefully
enunciating, in my best 1940s radio announcer accent) AQ157...,
and Microsludge's robot is saying Ï didn't quite get that...)
backspace, delete, select text, move, copy, replace --
painfully, RIDICULOUSLY labored procedures. Waste of valuable
Patricia M. Godfrey