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28 Sep 08

Behold the future: "Google Audio Indexing is a new technology from Google that allows users to better search and watch videos from various YouTube channels. It uses speech technology to find spoken words inside videos and lets the user jump to the right portion of the video where these words are spoken. " Is this why Goog411 was free? ;)

22 Aug 08

I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like a possible alternative to Jott, which just started charging (and which the teachers in my multimedia workshop just learned about today). It also looks like it might play the roll of Remember the Milk or I Want Sandy. Let me know what you think if you've tried it.

31 Jan 08

On this page of Dianna Williamson and Chris Hill's Diverse Learner site on the Apple Learning Interchange (ALI) shares a cool automator script that turns text files into audio files, great for blind students or those who are auditory learners.

08 Oct 07

Send audio using twitter, thanks to Dave Winer. Why aren't educators at all excited about this. Maybe I'll tweet it as well as bookmark it.

28 Sep 07

An AB 430 administrator mentioned this service the other day, and then I saw it in Scott McLeod's blog, so I'm checking it out. Call Jott to turn your voice into text - in an email, blog post, or tweet.

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