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Budget Conscious Computer Deal for Voice Software Use

I recently wrote about hands-free computer use and shared a demo video of me using voice software thusly.

Utilizing voice software requires a sufficient computer, and I think I found a great deal for anyone who is budget conscious (and really, who isn’t, right?). 526 more words


Dragon Naturally Speaking (a.k.a.: DNS)

Guess what? That’s right! I’m the proud owner of dragon Naturally Speaking (a.k.a.: DNS). Have I already told you this? If I have, I’m sorry to repeat myself, but this is such a cool software! 458 more words


My Love/Hate Relationship with Dragon NaturallySpeaking

So I type one handed and I’m an academic so a lot of typing is required, this poses a couple of issues. First I can’t type very fast and second I regularly feel like I’m getting carpal tunnel syndrome. 1,398 more words


Dragon Dictate in a virtual machine

Ever since voice dictation became within reach to consumer in the late 1990s, I’ve always been intrigued with the technology.  My first experience with Dragon Dictate included a massive amount of floppy disks, a bad microphone, and a very poor experience.  946 more words


Hands-On with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home 13.0

I’ve always wanted to try the Dragon NaturallyRecognition software, but never had the extra money to invest in the software. I caught the home version on sale for $35 (a normally $99 purchase), so I decided to test out the program. 476 more words


Word Count: 16,289

Hands hurt. Brain gone. Only added a little over 800 words. Grrr! Tomorrow I will be putting on the headset and tapping into my Dragon Naturally Speaking. 8 more words


How To: Use Dragon NaturallySpeaking

First off, what is Dragon NaturallySpeaking? Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a speech recognition software made for Windows and is currently handled by Nuance Communications.

Have a Mac? 438 more words