Tag Archive: Productivity

May 01 2013

Voice recognition: Why I moved from Swype to SwiftKey

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Using voice-recognition is important because it increases someone’s productivity simply by using the technology. When people talk about taking notes and writing an information for later, I immediately think about using voice-recognition. In my opinion, I think it voice-recognition is much faster than trying to write information out and in 99% of the cases, more …

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Aug 10 2012

My Dragon NaturallySpeaking tweaking tips

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I’ve been an user of Dragon NaturallySpeaking for an over extended period of time; it’s a massive boost to productivity and key to getting things like emails, documentation or just getting your thoughts out on something really quick. I was recently in an online chat with the Dragon NaturallySpeaking [Nuance] team the other day in …

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Sep 16 2011

Using AutoHotKey to Hack Dragon NaturallySpeaking v11

Dragon NaturallySpeaking is easily my favorite application for productivity. I speak, and it types; I use it for blogging and for work— and have been for the past six years or so. The latest release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking, version 11, worked extremely well, and I understand that the purpose of using Dragon NaturallySpeaking is to …

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May 26 2011

Techie Review: OmniPage Professional 18

If you are in enthusiast that’s driven on productivity and being organized; and doing things the smart way— document imaging is the way to go. Whether you’re applying document imaging at home or at work, it’s going to be of benefit to you at some point. As an individual who has been using document imaging …

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Dec 13 2010

Gawker Teaches Another Lesson on Password Security [the vulnerabilities]

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Gawker seems to be just another example of misplaced trust of an Internet service. Gawker has several of the Internets most popular websites; sites like Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Gawker, Jezebel, io9, Jalopnik, Kotaku, Deadspin, and Fleshbo. The server security has been compromised and hundreds of thousands of users accounts were stolen. If you visit their site …

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