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    That seems like something easy to do then and costs a lot less money for those who don't want to spend a lot of money. That is good advice. I don't own a smartphone but many here already have such a phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theglasshouse View Post
    That seems like something easy to do then and costs a lot less money for those who don't want to spend a lot of money. That is good advice. I don't own a smartphone but many here already have such a phone.
    Yeah, it sounds like it should be easy to do, but I don't know if it actually is, or is even possible.

    Any tech geniuses in the house that can advise on this one?



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    I know that sometimes I just use the standard Google keyboard that comes on the phone I'm using that right now, it takes a little bit of practice to get used to saying your punctuation. Sometimes, the sentence structure that you use conversationally isn't exactly the best looking on a page. At the moment I'm just coming up with a response here and I'm using the things that you can see well about how much I'm able to get out in a minute or in this case will 90 seconds really because I need to bring this to a nice satisfying conclusion which I'm just about to do right now. As you can see, some editing is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dluuni View Post
    I know that sometimes I just use the standard Google keyboard that comes on the phone I'm using that right now, it takes a little bit of practice to get used to saying your punctuation. Sometimes, the sentence structure that you use conversationally isn't exactly the best looking on a page. At the moment I'm just coming up with a response here and I'm using the things that you can see well about how much I'm able to get out in a minute or in this case will 90 seconds really because I need to bring this to a nice satisfying conclusion which I'm just about to do right now. As you can see, some editing is required.
    Wow... If I'm understandin' what you just did correctly, that whole process seems tedious and nerve-wracking.

    ...I think I'll just stick to punchin' it out on the keyboard, thanks.



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    Soon enough, nations will play second fiddle to corporations.

    "The world is not what we wish it to be; it is what it is."
    "Freedom is the value, not protection."

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    I just chatted into the phone for 90 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dluuni View Post
    I just chatted into the phone for 90 seconds.
    But... Didn't you also have to add punctuation and such, or did I misunderstand?

    You know, like "What the hell did you do *comma* exactly*question mark*"


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    Screw with it, and it'll eat you alive.

    Soon enough, nations will play second fiddle to corporations.

    "The world is not what we wish it to be; it is what it is."
    "Freedom is the value, not protection."

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    Oh... Yes, I do. But, you kind of get used to that. It really isn't an issue. Honestly, I'm doing it right now.

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    I think I have much too vivid an imagination... 'cause I can just see you sitting there, talking that way, and your poor husband wondering what the hell has gotten into you... *snerk*

    And for what it's worth, that would drive me bug-eyed nuts having to remember to do that.


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    Leave it be and it won't bother you.
    Screw with it, and it'll eat you alive.

    Soon enough, nations will play second fiddle to corporations.

    "The world is not what we wish it to be; it is what it is."
    "Freedom is the value, not protection."

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    If you are going this route, then you may consider getting some kind of voice-to-text software like Dragon. You can tweak it to suit your needs.

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