I would like to draw your attention to some great articles on Dragon NaturallySpeaking than finding in the blogosphere. I would like to specifically mention, that I have asked for these articles, because I want to see and hear from other bloggers and learn what they think they might be able to do with Dragon NaturallySpeaking.

I have a theory, that Dragon NaturallySpeaking could revolutionize the blogosphere. I’m not saying that there’s anything wrong with the blogosphere, however I do think that if writers were given a tool that made it even easier for them to communicate and express their ideas more clearly and in more detail, their readers would benefit.

I think that I can apply this theory to the blogosphere, and so I want to see what bloggers can do with Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10. Your average blogger will tend to write an article that is about 200 to 500 words long. They will often quote other sources and articles to reach that total number of 200 to 500 words. Some bloggers are very gifted at weaving in their own thoughts and perspectives, while quoting other sources and other bloggers even.

I think that when they do this, they tend to lose their voice just a little bit however. I would like to hear more from the bloggers that are actually writing, as opposed to the people that they’re quoting, agreeing with, or even refuting. We bloggers write a lot and we read a lot, and when you’re sitting in front of a computer all day long, that can significantly increase the amount of eyestrain you experience just from looking at the computer screen.

So when it comes time to finally write that article after you’ve done all this great research, you’re already halfway exhausted and out of energy. This can definitely be reflected in your articles when we finally write them as we rush to get the thing done. 🙂

I think that if more of us bloggers use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to right, will be able to write with more energy because we won’t be as tired when it comes to writing, and Dragon NaturallySpeaking makes it so easy. We can take time to think about the words that were picking and choosing a little bit more, because when we actually write them they come out of 150 words a minute which more than makes up for the amount of time that we spent thinking about them.

I will admit that it can be a little tricky getting used to editing a blog article when you use Dragon NaturallySpeaking. But I’ve recently found some great technology that makes this easier to do, especially for bloggers and I’m going to share that in a future article.

So the next few articles I’ve published, I’m going to share with you some of the articles I’ve found where bloggers are thinking and talking about how they might be able to use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to do what they do best and maybe just maybe do it a little bit better or faster, while chilling by the pool, or doing mundane tasks, or relaxing in wooden swing sets with their kids. 🙂

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