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Oops – Publicized With a Voice Recognition Typo!

This one was a doozy, especially because I didn’t catch it; it was article about staying below your aerobic threshold on endurance training runs, published to an audience of over 100 people.  Finally a reader commented, gently questioned what I … Continue reading

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Trucks Rule, Structurally Speaking, and Tolls Suck in Tulsa

If you weren’t entirely certain whether I said “One year ago” or if I actually said “When you’re a goat” – even if it sounded more like the latter – you would of course assume the former because it makes … Continue reading

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Departmental Dishonesty

Sometimes, an incorrect translation makes a better message than what the voice recognition software user actually said. For example, in describing a business need that affected the entire department in a large company I worked at, Dragon NaturallySpeaking mixed the … Continue reading

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Seize the Residents!

What I actually said to my computer: He sees the residents How my voice software translated it:  He seized the residence More proof that I cannot send out e-mails composed via voice recognition software without reviewing them carefully first.  And … Continue reading

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Gay Day and Sex for Six

Some of the voice recognition errors in today’s post are off color, so don’t read this if you feel you may be easily offended. Reminder:  these are software blunders, not anything intentionally inappropriate that I typed.  But I admit, I … Continue reading

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