“Enough of this Note taking nonsense,” Evie said in frustration. “I’m going to do the speech recognition thing that Bill has been bending my ear about. “You can try the one Google has for free,” Linette suggested. “It’s called Google Cloud Speech API. “All right.” “You also have Microsoft Bing Voice Recognition and IBM Speech… Read More A Male Secretary?
The moment he walked into the shop, she knew it was him. She had caught a whiff of his cologne which mingled with the fragrance of the flowers. She remembered the fragrance well and how it lingered long after he left the shop. And here he was again, making her intensely aware of him. She… Read More The First Lunch Date
Earlier this month when I was reading about African American women who made a difference so that I could feature them in the special issue of Notes to Women newsletter, one name kept popping up–Eleanor Roosevelt. I promised myself that I would do a little writeup on her. And here we are. “Where, after all,… Read More Eleanor Roosevelt