Friday, July 21, 2006
Writers who struggle with forearm and wrist pain from too much typing will welcome an improved generation of dictation software. Reviewed in the New York Times this week here, NaturallySpeaking version 9 (available at www.nuance.com) comes close to 100 percent accuracy -- without having you read extensive passages into the software first. The review offers an extensive description of how it works, comparisons to other versions and brands, and special features for Macs and PCs. Best: It works whether you're writing a memo, the Great American Novel, or just a text message.
Posted by Denise Graveline at Friday, July 21, 2006