[j-say list] Re: Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

Hi Brian,
Well hey, pal, you're welcome, always welcome!
I'm looking forward to hearing them!
Now did you all know this guy, Brian, is a dj? Oh yep, unless things have 
changed. He's got a show of his own, over on mushroom.fm, isn't that right, 
Brian?
If I'm wrong, you can come on in and straighten me out!
Harry
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Brian Hartgen 
  To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 4:20 AM
  Subject: [j-say list] Re: Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology


  Hi Harry

   

  Actually I think we could do something about this. We could prepare a podcast 
about ways of assisting with speech recognition, and also a podcast relating to 
dictation with an iPhone.

   

  Thanks for the suggestion!

   

  Brian

   

   

  From: j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Harry Brown
  Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 9:06 PM
  To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Subject: [j-say list] Re: Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

   

  Hi Brian,

  I don't know if any podcasts can be done about this, but I'm tired of j-say 
not understanding me. I've had to do so many corrections after I would verbally 
speak a document.

  However, I could be wrong, because maybe that's how all speech recognition 
works. If it is, then speech recognition is not ready for primetime use as the 
only way to use a computer or smart phone.

  Harry

    ----- Original Message ----- 

    From: Brian Hartgen 

    To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

    Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 8:21 AM

    Subject: [j-say list] Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

     

    Hi everyone!

     

    Now that J-Say 10 has been released, we would like to produce some more 
short podcasts focusing upon using J-Say to good effect.

     

    With excellent help from Sue Martin, we updated the podcasts when J-Say 9.0 
was released to reflect its new features.  I certainly intend in the near 
future to record a podcast demonstrating the new custom menu feature and some 
examples of its use.  But we were wondering if there are any other topics 
people may like to have demonstrated in very short audio podcasts?  These are 
not a substitute for training but a short overview as to how a particular 
function works.  J-Say contacts may be a good example of a podcast we may 
produce.

     

    Here is a list of the items we produced at thhe 9.0 stage.

     

    Introduction which included some basic dictation.

    J-Clips.

    My Words.

    Selecting Files in Windows Explorer.

    Program Markers.

    Folder Shortcuts.

    J-Say and Audio Transcription.

    Backup.

    Proof Reading.

     

    All suggestions are very welcome and thanks for reading!

     

    Regards:

     

     

    Brian Hartgen

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