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Nuance prepares to release Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

  If you have ever visited my website before, you may have noticed that at the bottom of just about every post that’s generated on my website is a tag, right under my signature, that indicates that the post was dictated using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to generate just about all my site …

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Digsby with Ads – My Observations

In a previous post, I reported that Digsby is my favorite application for Instant Messenger functions; and it’s still true, but one thing that I have noticed with the ads that they’re using; they aren’t targeted to me— maybe a little because I get ads for the area I live in, but the thing I …

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Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 – Support Woes

As you know Windows Live Movie Maker and the essentials package was recently officially released. My initial review of Windows Live Movie Maker was that I thought that the Windows live team had done a good job at developing the application from its previous version. I thought the overall flow and presentation of the application …

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DIGG: Twitter FAIL WHALE, meet BROKEN AN AXLE

Digg used to be the place to go to get your fill on social news, but lately, in conjunction with the release of Digg v4, it’s been down more often than a $5 hooker. In the rings of social news, in the previous version Digg was tolerable, old, but tolerable. Now Digg is supposed to …

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Windows Live Writer: How to Open Old Posts

One of the more lacking and obtuse features of Windows Live Writer is the lacking ability to open old posts. In the previous version you were limited to 500 previous posts. Now that the new Wave 4 beta version is out, you can open 3000+ previous posts, but the catch is that Windows Live Writer …

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Ubuntu 10.04: Installing Adobe Flash Refined

The previous version of Ubuntu was plagued by the issue of not being compatible with Adobe Flash right out of the box. Let me rephrase that, it had plenty of issues where people couldn’t install Adobe Flash and use it on Ubuntu. And I didn’t see it as a flaw of Ubuntu solely, but it …

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Dragon Naturally Speaking v9 and v10 – The ‘Essentials’ Secret

Nuance recently released  [August 2008] their new version of their voice recognition software Dragon Naturally Speaking [DNS] version 10. And with every release they have touted greater speed and greater accuracy; the last version  [v9] you didn’t even have to train to start using. Hands down this package is excellent. DNS is the best voice …

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