Thursday, March 01, 2007

My Latest Techy Toy -- Mobile Message Transcription

This is a bit off the direct printing/imaging beat but I have to report on my experience with a mobile phone message transcription service I'm trying out, with pretty good success, from Simulscribe. My voice messages (up to a minute in length) are transcribed and then quickly emailed to me, which is handy, because I'm often more "at one" with my email via one of my many computers than I am with the mobile phone. So far so good!

Listen to the NPR morning edition guys talk about it (from Monday February 26, 2007).

And to bring it back to printing? If this gets popular, maybe it will boost the number of pages printed? We're converting recorded sounds to textual email, which could be printed? Ah, naw, that's a stretch...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Im using a transcription service too, but from a company called spinvox. They convert your voicemail into a text message and an email. They also have many other service including this very neat service called spinmyblog that allows you to update your blog by just speaking on your phone. Its cool technology. Heres the site www.spinvox.com

By the way they are offering a 1 yr free trial, thats how I signed up.

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