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  • I couldn't help remembering that moment this week as I tried out Dragon Dictation, a new, free, very real app for the iPhone from Nuance. You tap a big central Record button–and you talk. (You still have to speak the punctuation and say "new paragraph" when you want a line break.) When you tap Done, the typed transcription of what you said appears on the screen.

    Behind the scenes, your audio is being sent to Nuance's computers, recognized and converted, then flung back to your screen as text. If you have Wi-Fi connection, conversion is almost instantaneous; on a cellular connection, it may take a couple of seconds.

  • A comprehensive listing of all services offered by the Information Technology Division. Future versions will include specific chargeback rates and direct links to E2E service catalog intentions.

    Welcome to the Information Technology Division's Services Catalog

    The Information Technology Division is pleased to present its Services Catalog to customers. The Catalog is a compilation of clearly defined services offered by ITD which, in a future version, will include both costs associated to these services and direct links to request them through our E2E system.

  • These social media toolkits are meant to be short, digestable documents that will help guide you as you undertake your own social media efforts. As always, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
  • This week I traveled to Paris with a consortium of fellow bloggers, the Traveling Geeks. We’ve been meeting with tech companies and French entrepreneurs all week. The tour ended with attendance at LeWeb, a two day tech conference produced by tech entrepreneur and Seesmic founder, Loic Le Meur. Here’s my summary of the best and the worst of the event, plus I included some other stuff experienced from the Traveling Geeks tour and Paris in general. For a summary, make sure you watch my end of day show reports from LeWeb (day 1, day 2) and my other end of day report from the Traveling Geeks tour.

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