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Homework


We humans love a good story. We tell stories to entertain, to inform, even to pass the time. And we have been telling the tales for over the past 50,000 years. Then came the written words. Writing stuff down has its benefits. It is more permanent and does not depend on anyone’s memory and it allows to take information at your own pace, whenever and wherever you want. So writing has shaped our culture.


But the spoken words may be making a comeback.  Recording and digitizing speech becomes easy which is why you hear me now. It is also pretty cheap. For example on the September 26 issue of science, our researchers of University of Maryland notes that with about 100 dollars worth of disc storage, you can record everything you speak or hear this year. Although, we do not say why you do not want to. Now the voice recognition software got better interpreting speech, which will soon able to search audio as we do for text to find what we will want to listen to. Who knows what that means for society? Maybe 100 years from now, we finally have better answer for why Johnny can not read, because he no longer has to.


[ 本帖最后由 ivyxk 于 2008-10-1 07:54 编辑 ]
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science, I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

We humans love a good story. We tell stories to entertain, to inform even to pass the time. And we've been telling tales for over the past / fifty thousand years then came the written word. Writing staff down has its benefits it is more permanent and doesn't depend on anyone’s memory. And it allows you to take information at your own pace whenever and wherever you want. So writing has shaped our culture but the spoken word may be making a comeback. Recording and digitizing speech is becoming easy which is why you are hearing me now. It's also pretty cheap. For example, on the September 26th issue of science, a researcher at the University of Maryland notes that what about hundred dollars worth of a disk storage, you can record everything you speak or hear this year. Although we doesn't say why you'd want to. And now the voice recognition software has gotten / better interpreting speech, we should soon be able to search audio like we do text to find what we wanna listen to. Who knows what this might mean for society. Maybe a hundred years from now we will finally have a good answer for why Johnny can't read, because he no longer has to.


Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science.

 I’m Karen Hopkin.
     

 

 

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Homework (最好不要这样发帖子哦,不用将你听错的标出来,只贴原听写稿哦------ivyxk)

Homework   

 

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Thanks for the minute, for Scientific American's 60 seconds Science, I am Karon Hopkin.  

[ 本帖最后由 ivyxk 于 2008-10-1 07:58 编辑 ]
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This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute. We humans love a good story. We tell stories to entertain, to inform, even to pass the time. And we have been telling tales for old the past 15000 years, then came the written word. Writing stuff down has its benefits, it’s more permanent, it doesn’t depend on anyone’s memory, and it allows you to take information at your own pace whenever and wherever you want, so writing has shaped our culture. But the spoken word may be making a comeback. Recording and digitizing speech is becoming easy, which is why you’re hearing me now. It’s also pretty cheap. For example, on the September 26th issue of Science, a researcher at University of Maryland notes that with about 100 dollar worth of disk storage you can record everything you speak or hear this year, although it doesn't(?) say why you’d want to. And now the voice recognition software has gotten better in interpreting speech, we will soon be able to search audio, like we do text, to find what we wanna listen to. Who knows what this might mean for society. Maybe a hundred years from now, we would finally find a good answer for why Johnny can’t ready because he no longer has to. Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin.
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homework

this is scientific american 60seconds science.i'm karen hopkin//

 

 just take a minute. we humans love good stories. we tell stories to entertain.to inform ,even to pass the time.and we have been telling tales for old past 50000 years.//

 

then came to the writen words.writting stuff down have its benefits,it more permanence.and doesn't depend on anyone's memories.and allow to take information in your own space.whenever and whatever you want.so writting have shaped culture.but speaken words maybe making a comeback.recording in degitizing speech become easy.which is why you hearing me now.it's also pretty cheap.for example .in 12.26 issued Science a research in the university of maryland notes that about 100 dollars worth disc storage you can record everything you speak and hear this year.although we doesn't why you want to . and now voices recognition softwork got a better interpreting speech. we should soon be able to search audiences that you do text to find what we want listen to .who knows what do i mean in science.maybe a hundred years from now.we finally have good answer to why johnny can read becasue you no longer has to .//

 

thanks for a minute.for scientific american 60 seconds science. i'm karen hopkin

[ 本帖最后由 guogai 于 2008-9-30 10:41 编辑 ]
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Homework 好像改错人了哦-------ivyxk

 

This is Scientific American’s 60-Secnod Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

We humans love a good story. We tell stories to entertain, to inform, even to pass the time. And we’ve been telling tales for over the past 50,000 years, then came the written word. Writing staff down has its benefits. It’s more permanent and doesn’t depend on anyone’s memory. And it allows you to take in information at your own pace, whenever and wherever you want. So writing has shaped our culture. But the spoken word may be making a come-back. Recording a digitized speech is becoming easy, which is while you’re hearing me now. It’s also pretty cheap. For example, in the September 26th issue of Science, a research with the University of Maryland notes that with about a hundred dollars’ worth of disc storage you can record everything you speak or hear this year, although we doesn’t see why you’d want to. And now the voice recognition software has gotten better in interpreting speech, we should soon be able to search radio like we do text to find what we want to listen to. Who knows what this might mean for society. Maybe a hundred years from now we will finally have a good answer for why Johnny can’t read. Because he no longer has to.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin.

[ 本帖最后由 ivyxk 于 2008-10-1 07:59 编辑 ]
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We humans love a good story, we tell stories to entertain, to inform ,even to pass the time. And we’ve been telling tales over the past fifteen thousand years. Then came the written words, writing staffs down has its benefits, it’s more permenant and doesn’ t depend on anyone’s memory. And it allows you to take information during the pace whenever and wherever you want. So writing has shaped our culture, but the spoken words may be making a comeback, recording in digitalize in speech has become easy, which is why you here me now, its also pretty cheap. For example in the September 26th issue of Science, a researcher at the university of\\with about 100 dollars worth of disk storage you can record everything you speak or hear this year. Although they doesn’t why you want to and now voice recognition software hs gotten better in interpriting speech, we should soon be able to search audio as we do text to find what we wanna listen to, who knows what this might mean for society. Maybe a hundred years from now we’ll finally have a good answer for why johnny can’t read,because he no longer has to.
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HOMEWORK

This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

We humans love a good story. We tell stories to entertain, to inform even to pass the time. And we have been telling tales for old the past 50,000 years. Then came the written word. Writing stuffs down has its benefits. It's more permanent and doesn't depend on anyone's memory and it allows you to take it information at your own pace whenever and wherever you want. So writing has shaped our culture. But the spoken word may be making a combat. Reporting in digitizing speech is become easy, which is why you're hearing me now. It's also pretty cheap. For Example on the September 26th issue of science, a research of the University of Maryland notes that about a hundred dollars worth of disc-storage you can recall everything that you speak or hear this year. Although we doesn't say why you want to. And now the voice recognition software has got better interpreting speech, which we soon to be able to search audio let we do test to find what we want to listen to. Who knows what this might mean to society. Maybe 100 years from now we would finally have a good answer reason why Johny can't read. Because he no longer has it.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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