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Friday, February 15, 2008

Fractured Wrist & Voice Recognition Software

Late this afternoon (Friday, Feb. 15th) I slipped and fell on one side, fracturing my right wrist. It seems I will have a cast from hand to elbow for six weeks. So far typing is quite a chore. I may look into voice recognition software (VRS).

A workshop that I was scheduled to teach the morning after the fall and somewhat lengthy emergency room visit could not be postponed for logistical reasons, and so I went ahead with it, but paid the price in the pain my not elevated arm and hand exacted. Today (Sunday) I've taken things somewhat more easily and feel corrrespondingly better.

I use Windows XP, and would welcome any tested and expedient suggestions regarding the topic of voice recognition software, as I have numerous on-going and pending writing projects I would need to put on hold, should I not be able to find a virtal dictation slave or appropriate VRS.

Thanks in advance for any input!!!

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