The Essential Simply Speaking Gold ©
by
Susan Fulton



Speech Recognition is the next leap forward in making computers more useful —and IBM, as always, is in the middle of the revolution.  It sounds great, to just speak into your computer—no more typing!   But, as with other new technologies, it can be very frustrating trying to get it to work right out of the box, unless you have some simple, practical guidance from an experienced user to get you started right.

Susan Fulton's book, The Essential Simply speaking Gold, is more than just the user's manual that IBM forgot to put in the box.  It's a practical guide incorporating years of experience in step-by-step illustrated instructions to get you using Simply Speaking Gold quickly and effectively.

With a holistic flavor, this book will help you appreciate all that speech recognition technology can do for you, as well as some of the limitations.  Most of all, it will help you make it work for you.

If you are serious about using speech recognition, you need a copy of this book.

Susan Fulton is a leader in speech recognition technology at The New York Times, and known internationally on the Internet as an expert on speech recognition and other ways to reduce and get around repetitive strain injuries (RSI).  Here is what people say about Susan Fulton:
 

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8 1/2 X 8 paperback 122 pp., Illustrated, ISBN 1-888725-08-7, published May 1, 1998.
$18.95, plus shipping.
 
 
 

Practical tips & tricks with IBM speech recognition software by Susan Fulton ISBN: 1-888725-08-7     The Essential Simply Speaking Gold  $18.95

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