Today’s readily available digitized dictation equipment has been designed for a great number of purposes. It is no longer a standard apparatus used just in the typing pool at the downtown office. Perhaps by now there are no longer typing pools left. They have all been replaced by the rapid advancement of software and digital technology. Setting all work aside for a moment, digitized and software managed equipment and appliances have come to change the way how hardworking men and women spend and manage their time at home.
In fact, many men and women are already working from home. The erstwhile novel writer and/or freelance journalist, working at home, has use for Olympus dictation equipment, using it to record important notes or thoughts for the next page or the conclusion of an article. Legal minds most certainly are using digitized digital equipment today. Like their literary peers, there will always be a day when they will be out of doors endeavoring to record important aspects of a critical interview.
Whether this is done in a busy coffee shop or at a noisy construction site, matters not because the digitized equipment has the ability to block out all surrounding noise and hone in on the respondent or interviewee’s voice. Legal minds have their evidence, it does not need to get lost if it is properly recorded and stored elsewhere. Enquiring minds should always try to use dictation equipment. Lecture halls are notorious for its poor acoustics.
After all these years, you would have thought that faculties would have addressed this archaic encumbrance to piping ears. Nevertheless, the student can switch his recorder on while the lecture commences. Later, at his desk, he can begin the process of transcription.