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Jun 19, 2019 23:34:09

protect your hands

by @swizecteller | 207 words | 🐣 | 116💌

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today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.


No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.


today my hands were very sore (8)

tried dictation to write my code (8)

then I put my hands on break.

No seriously, that sucked.

  • 1

    @swizecteller LOVE THE POST!
    Good for hands as well :-)))

    Lucjah avatar Lucjah | Jun 20, 2019 19:37:23
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    @swizecteller

    wow . remember when nobody thought GUIs would be the main interface? And then now everyone uses GUIs, even large portions of code writing is GUI with IDEs.

    This post made me think of the advantage of typing on keyboard vs touch screen, because of Brandon's recent post : https://200wordsaday.com/words/unfair-advantage-205155d08f90909238

    Do you think in the near future -- near enough that we can be users of it -- will promise a voice user interface (VUI) so optimized that it'll be preferrable to 'write' code via voice rather than typing.

    I personally don't think that will happen. But I the viewer of history think it will.

    Abe avatar Abe | Jun 20, 2019 14:16:57
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      @swizecteller @abrahamKim I think it will happen with regular language, but I'm not sure about coding specifically. I suppose when voice recognition is finally as good as it gets my unfair advantage will be ceded to auctioneers. 😎

      Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Jun 20, 2019 07:33:35
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      @abrahamKim @brandonwilson I already prefer voice for typing text messages when I'm not in a location that speaking bugs people around me.

      The dictation part actually worked really well. The problem was that the model MacOS uses isn't optimized for coding but for natural language. If you gave it a more optimized model that understands code and expects to output code, it would work beautifully.

      Swizec Teller avatar Swizec Teller | Jun 20, 2019 07:45:25
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