Tag Archive: Flexibility

Jan 25 2012

PaperPort Notes: Nuance offers free application to iPad users

Today, Nuance has some news that may get some people excited. Nuance has released a complementary application for the iPad. The new option combines the power of Dragon NaturallySpeaking and PaperPort. With the new application, PaperPort users will be able to create/dictate notes and store them in the PaperPort using cloud storage. PaperPort is already …

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Dec 31 2011

LEHSYS Report – December 2011

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This year has been outstanding for LEHSYS; better than any other. I’ve taken a few days off from writing because of the holidays season, but I’m sure some of you’ll understand, but I plan on getting back to the nuts and bolts of things here soon. It’s important to make an attempt spend some offline …

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Sep 28 2010

WordPress.com To Inherent Windows Live Spaces Users

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Yesterday [September 27], the Windows Live Team  announced a partnership between WordPress and Windows Live. WordPress.com will basically take over customers/users that are currently using Windows Live Spaces. The union of Windows live and WordPress.com, I think, is going be a very wise move for Microsoft and the Windows live team. WordPress is the standard …

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Jun 29 2010

Review: Windows Live Photo Gallery–Wave 4 Beta

There’s never been a product from Microsoft that I would use to manage my photos or documents. Microsoft has always been too rigged on how they want to do stuff, it never flowed well enough to use on a regular basis. There’s a funny thing about Microsoft; when they’re considered the underdog, they really start …

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May 17 2010

The Future: Microsoft’s Windows vs Google’s Android

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The battle for Operating System supremacy in the world of tomorrow; that’s the thought running through my head.  I can’t help, but think about the position Apple has placed themselves in. Apple came out of the shadows with the iPhone and every other ‘i’ device they can think of and most recently the iPad. But …

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