Tag Archive: wikipedia

Nov 28 2012

Word/Phrase corrections with AutoHotKey, Thunderbird 17 and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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I found a fascinating trick today.  I’ve been using Dragon NaturallySpeaking for many years and I’ve also been using AutoHotKey for years.  Both of these applications have massive pluses for use, but today I found something extraordinary. Let me start off by stating that using Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a massive benefit to being productive. it …

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Oct 23 2012

Buying a Microsoft Surface is a gamble for both Microsoft and Customers

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When you think about tablets, you have to understand that the greatest competition in the tablet market right now is the proliferation and saturation of the android operating system. There are so many manufacturers working with the android operating system it’s dizzying. Manufacturers can create newer versions of their tablets with newer features in their …

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Jul 27 2012

Nuance prepares to release Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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  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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Mar 15 2012

‘Disc-to-Digital’ — you’re kidding right?

Media companies are the worst when it comes to being progressive with technology. Using a few short examples, DVD shrink and RealDVD are just two packages of software that were shut down by the media industry as forms of pirating; this is back in 2008. The problem the media companies had with software packages like …

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Feb 24 2012

6 plug-ins for making the most of Thunderbird

Plug-ins, plug-ins, plug-ins… They are one of the best things an app can have. Ever expanding the abilities of an app to do things that the original authors perhaps not have thought of. Now in the world of e-mail clients, Thunderbird rules, in terms of being an e-mail client and having plug-ins. The updates for …

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Feb 16 2012

How to: Send PaperPort Documents to Thunderbird [easy]

There’s a problem with PaperPort  that’s lacking a little bit, but for the most part I believe the overall interface of PaperPort is outstanding, the flow of the application works for me and I can organize my stuff the way I’d like to, but the problem I have is fairly simple and Nuance has been …

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Feb 10 2012

Blogger vs. Journalism: Is either less valid?

Writing for a blog and running a blog site like mine can be fun sometimes, on a sarcastic note, because of the things you deal with and the obstacles you try to navigate to keep your material fresh, perspective true and to provide as much accurate information you can. I don’t see who, or how, …

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Feb 03 2012

Video Chat: Income Tax Preparation is a cool idea

One of the more interesting things that people are being introduced to this year is the processing of the taxes using the computer. The past couple of years processing income tax with the Internet has been commonplace, but this year H&R Block has raised the bar on processing income taxes with the computer. In a …

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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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Jan 23 2012

MegaUpload brings the consequence of ‘cloud’ storage home… again.

Cloud storage is something that a lot of companies are trying to get into and there’s plenty of benefit to support the fact that ‘cloud’ storage is beneficial; it’s one of the biggest things that Windows 8 is going to be bringing to the next iteration of the operating system. But if you’re watching the …

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