I don't know about you, but with my brain, it can take a long time for the penny to drop. I am a pretty good learner, but I am not a quick learner. It seems that things have to stew and mash in my brain for awhile before I truly grasp ideas or even simple directions.
For quite awhile now, I have switched from the computer to my tablet to do light, online stuff. For one thing, my computer is a desktop, so it is simply not as comfortable a situation as being in my recliner. I think I began to transition sometime after I began playing Sudoku regularly, which I play from an app on my tablet
Except for this morning, I don’t write blog posts from the tablet because I am usually inserting photos, and they are stored on my computer.
What was I saying? Oh yeah, I can be a little slow on the uptake. I mean, I get there, but in my own sweet time.
So, it is only recently that the penny dropped, and I realized that I can comment on posts by voice from my tablet. The advantage is not so much that it is faster, which it is, but that it is more accurate. Yes, typos are still made but not as many as from my typing. Or so it seems. It is like I make more mistakes typing a pithy comment than I do when writing a whole post such as this. It must be a concentration issue.
That’s all really. I just wanted to say that I am beginning to comment by voice, and I don’t know why it didn’t dawn on me a lot earlier that this is an option. I am wondering if you also do this at all, and why or why not? And would you ever do a full blog using voice recognition? I don’t think that I ever would.
Perhaps, it is like a fad, and I won’t continue doing it this way. Who knows? The technology is interesting though and works very well.