“New Finding Has Implications For Scientists Designing New Mobile Audio Interfaces” (June 29, 2003, 0) - People who carry on conversations with text-to-speech (TTS)
computer systems modify their speech patterns so they are more in
keeping with the computer’s mode of discourse, a technique known
as speech convergence, concludes a new study led by Sharon Oviatt …
Cellphone (August 21, 2006, 1) - Okay, I have officially settled in now. ;)
I used 437:08 local minutes and sent 579 text messages from July 12 to
August 11. See, that’s why I *had* to find an unlimited incoming and
way-too-many-text-messages plan… 579 text messages! That’s because I
organize get-togethers with broadcast text messages. I find it so much
nicer than push-to-talk, also. I wish
UP thesis related to text summarization — research (April 12, 2003, 0) - From 2003.03.28:
Automated Newspaper Article Summarizer
Description: Limited to online World News text articles only, this
summarizer utilizes the algorithms presented by R. Barzilay and M.
Elhadad in their paper Using Lexical Chains for Text Summarization
(1997). The techniques and methods they primarily used are Text
Segmentation, Lexical Chains Computation and Sentence Selection and
Extraction. The summarizer also uses the WordNet Lexical
Reading a book in Emacspeak (February 5, 2004, 0) - From Nath on the emacspeak mailing list:
You can try C-e n which will read you the text until you stop the speech
by pressing C-e s but the cursor will stay at the position it was just
before you run the command. Sorry I don’t know the command which will
cause the cursor to move in the same
Happy days are here again! (July 22, 2005, 0) - I can send and receive text messages! Yay! Yay! Yay!
Non-Filipinos may not understand precisely how important text
messaging is. Heck, even with a Net connection at the lab, I _still_
didn’t feel quite connected until I sent my first text message and got
back a reply.
Whee! Whee! Whee!
Canadian cellular providers all suck. Fido sucks less than the others