Like most portable and lightweight devices today, more and more people have the effective and easy use of them. Previously, the use of the legendary Olympus dictation equipment would have only been used by a boss and his secretary. Or would she even need to have been present? It is presumed that back in the day, the boss knew how to press play and stop when he had completed his dictations. And then summarily handed the heavy handed device over to his secretary to begin her typing marathon.
Now, such a list would be hopefully endless. But let us just pass on some ideas for those who may not yet be certain whether they should proceed with the use of portable, lightweight technologies, so easy to use anyhow. So, dear readers, consider your profession. What do you do for a living and ask yourself just how the use of dictation equipment of the modern kind would make your life so much easier. If you are an architect or a building contractor, then read on.
You are spending a lot of time conducting work and meetings on construction sites that are unavoidably noisy. Your meeting is never impeded by the external noise because your digital device now blocks out all exterior noise and focuses solely on the voices of the meeting participants. The legal and insurance, and even medical professions need to make good use of these devices. Not a shred of evidence or diagnostic information ever needs to go astray.
Newshounds should be using these devices if they wish to ensure that not only does their copy remain newsworthy, it is also accurate to the beat. There is no longer a need to mix facts with fiction. Scholars and their teachers can use these devices and all questions can be asked later.