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I'm sorry, what did you say?

“Go to sleep!”

I look up from my book, offended, only to find my husband Nick isn’t talking to me. He’s talking to Dragon.

With one novel under his belt and scores of articles in various stages of completion, Nick’s preferred method of writing is dictating. 356 more words


Dragon Professional Individual Products Launch


Dragon Professional Individual http://www.knowbrainer.com/NewStore/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=95 allows all-new levels of professional productivity driven by the latest advances.

Special Upgrade pricing is in place through September 30th.

Should I upgrade to Dragon Professional Individual (commonly referred to as Dragon Professional Individual 14)? 800 more words


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

Adaptive Technology

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