Michael posted this question last night as a comment here on the site. It is a brilliant question and I know that many people have
This spring, at a convention for online business owners we had to practice explaining to our neighbors what we ‘do’, how our business serves our clients.
Do you have a backup of your Dragon user profile? And do you know where it is? Only a couple of weeks ago I was
Here is a quick and practical trick for adding comments to a Word document by voice. If you keep the escape key pressed down while
This is the second blog post in a short series about Dragon Disaster Preparedness. You can find the first post here. Disaster Just over a
The story of an epic almost-fail PC performance is hugely important when you use Dragon. So I felt inspired to share my adventures in trying
Recently a client contacted me, requiring urgent advice about a new microphone. What was the case? My client’s microphone didn’t work anymore. It was broken.
This may not come as a total surprise to you, but Dragon does not actually transcribe everything you say without mistakes. If only! Even if 97%
There are some topics that divide opinion. Topics that create a debate. The ongoing conversation about whether to leave one space or two at the
As I am sitting here, writing this, we are experiencing record-breaking high temperatures. Yesterday, on my way back from client, I caught my dashboard thermometer
If you’re considering Dragon speech recognition, you want to be as sure as possible beforehand that it will actually benefit you, right? Unlike some resellers
It seems so convenient: just talk to your computer and it will do what you say. Much easier than use the keyboard and mouse, right?
Recently I got this question: “What is the single most important factor for success with Dragon speech recognition?” All right, that is a question
This month it is 20 years ago that Dragon NaturallySpeaking by – then – Dragon Systems was ‘born’. It was the first speech recognition product that