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Old 05-07-07, 06:58 PM   #1
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Voice recognition

I thought I'd try to test my Windows Vista voice recognition software. All I'm doing right now speaking into the microphone. It seems to recognize my voice perfectly.

How about that? I can type faster than I ever could be four! Thumps! I mean, quote loops!

Oh well, I guess a diesel work! I mean, a little work.



Well, I was able to spell the: LOL: fairly well. It takes a little while but is still faster than typing. Pat head, I mean,he-HE.

: Capital B

: cap D

Never mind ellipses

I guess it takes a little practice...

But hey, watch this: I'm going to type faster than I ever did before using this product. You just won't believe how fast I can type this stuff. Unraveling all senses faster than you can blink. As long as I don't do sit whoops of

I guess I better slowdown…
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I thought I'd try to test my Windows Vista voice recognition software. All I'm doing right now speaking into the microphone. It seems to recognize my voice perfectly.

How about that? I can type faster than I ever could be four! Thumps! I mean, quote loops!

Oh well, I guess a diesel work! I mean, a little work.



Well, I was able to spell the: LOL: fairly well. It takes a little while but is still faster than typing. Pat head, I mean,he-HE.

: Capital B

: cap D

Never mind ellipses

I guess it takes a little practice...

But hey, watch this: I'm going to type faster than I ever did before using this product. You just won't believe how fast I can type this stuff. Unraveling all senses faster than you can blink. As long as I don't do sit whoops of

I guess I better slowdown…
Ok, here's what I meant (typed version: )


I thought I'd try to test my Windows Vista voice recognition software. All I'm doing right now speaking into the microphone. It seems to recognize my voice perfectly.

How about that? I can type faster than I ever could before! Oops! I mean, "oops!"

Oh well, I guess it needs a little work! I mean, a little work.



Well, I was able to spell the: LOL: fairly well. It takes a little while but is still faster than typing. He, he.



Never mind...

I guess it takes a little practice...

But hey, watch this: I'm going to type faster than I ever did before using this product. You just won't believe how fast I can type this stuff. Rattling off sentences faster than you can blink. As long as I don't do sit whoops of

I guess I better slowdown
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Old 05-07-07, 07:08 PM   #3
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OK, now I'm going to do this carefully. You see? Now it's perfectly logical, and neat.

Peter Piper picked up pack of pickled peppers. Well, that's pretty close, anyway.

It seems to get better the more I use it, though. The key is to use natural speech without pausing in between words. Do you see? That is much better than before. Hey, I think im getting the hang of it!
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No longer will brevity be enforced through the limitations of the keyboard. God help us...
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Old 05-08-07, 10:22 AM   #5
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Unless it's possible to get "carpal tongue syndrome."
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oh man, that's a bad one
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Old 05-08-07, 10:40 AM   #7
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Actually it would be hypoglossal tunnel syndrome or glossopharyngeal tunnel syndrome
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Couple years ago our neighbor bought some voice rec software. I was asked to look it over. I had it working for me noooo probs. The problem was the software couldn't figure out his thick accent. Trying to explain to him that his cajun accent was not compatible with the program was hard.
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Unless it's possible to get "carpal tongue syndrome."
More likely called carpal lingual syndrome!
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