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

Okay, so now the tough question: are the videos visited because of J-Say or
Sue? Brian, you sound like a movie star, but do you have the looks to
attract the audience Sue can attract? I leave this to the marketing people.

 

-----Original Message-----
From: j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Brian Hartgen
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 5:36 AM
To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [j-say list] Re: Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

Hi Sue

Yes they were excellent demos and I still point people to those who want
to get a visual appreciation of how it all works.

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Sue Martin
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 11:33 AM
To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [j-say list] Re: Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

Pranav, 

Now there's an idea.  I like that a lot.  I used Camtasia when we
recorded my Word and Outlook demos for v 6.1 I think it was.  That was
four years ago and those videos are still rrelavent.  We have them in
our AT demos portion of our public facing web site and they still get a
lot of traffic.

-----Original Message-----
From: j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-say-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Pranav Lal
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 5:11 AM
To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [j-say list] Re: Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

Hi  Brian,

Could you make videos? You would have the same audio content but would
also show the screen. This would also help trainers and others reading
about J-Say technology.

Pranav

On 5/31/12, Brian Hartgen <Brian.Hartgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Harry
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> 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.
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> Thanks for the suggestion!
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> Brian
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> 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
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> 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
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>       ----- Original Message -----
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>       From: Brian Hartgen <mailto:Brian.Hartgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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>       To: j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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>       Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 8:21 AM
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>       Subject: [j-say list] Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology
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>       Hi everyone!
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>       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.
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>       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.
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>       Here is a list of the items we produced at thhe 9.0 stage.
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>       Introduction which included some basic dictation.
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>       J-Clips.
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>       My Words.
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>       Selecting Files in Windows Explorer.
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>       Program Markers.
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>       Folder Shortcuts.
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>       J-Say and Audio Transcription.
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>       Backup.
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>       Proof Reading.
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>       All suggestions are very welcome and thanks for reading!
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