Voice recognition is still very much a novelty for all of us. Chances are, you’ve probably got a smartphone or smartwatch you can talk to, to help you along in day to day life. Who actually uses this feature, though?
Last Friday, I was lucky enough to take a trip down to the seaside for a day jam packed with SEO goodness. Since I only completed my apprenticeship earlier this year, I was super excited to see what my first ever conference would have in store for me!
Twice each year I go back to high school. Here’s why.
Entering a large networking event at a conference hall, somewhere in the plush green fields of Hertfordshire, I was fortunate to bump into my old business teacher from high school. Having only left school about 5 years previously, we both remembered each other and took the opportunity to catch up. The date was 2005.
There has been a lot of banter about voice search and personal assistants in our studio over the last few weeks. That banter and a few tweets about the magnificent @dr_pete’s speech at #SMX Seattle (see below) caused me to write the following article.