Dragon 2.0 nee MacSpeech Dictate

Nuance recently released Dragon 2.0, an update to what was formerly called MacSpeech Dictate. I’ve been using MacSpeech Dictate for nearly two years, and I’ve been pleased with it. Apart from the new branding, Dragon 2.0 has what seems to be a pretty thin list of new features. I’d say it’s more of a version […]

MacSpeech Dictate – a User's Review

I’ve been using MacSpeech Dictate for about half an hour, once or twice a week, since early spring. My experience is that it is great out of the box and has gotten better as I’ve learned to use it. The hardest thing about using voice-recognition software is to not watch it guess. I do best […]

MacSpeech Dictate (Review)

We just installed a MacSpeech Dictate on the iMac. I’m using it right now to type this review. I have to say, having used it just a bit, it is an awesome program. When I first installed the software, I had to train it by reading a few sentences. That only took perhaps five minutes. […]

Selling my laptop…

Mixed emotions about this. I bought a Dell Inspiron 1525 last October (it didn’t actually arrive until November). I have no complaints with the hardware. Honestly, I only have two complaints with the software, because I wiped Vista and installed Ubuntu Linux. But those complaints were just too much to overcome: I never found an […]