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Rev is another big transcription company online, with straightforward pricing at $1 per audio minute. They use humans to transcribe, and of all the methods reviewed in this article, this service provided the most accurate, cleanest final result. I was very, very pleased and if I ever need to get a transcription close to perfect (and don’t have time to do it myself), I would use their service again. I submitted a file at 1:00 p.m. on a Saturday and it was returned to me at 5:00 p.m. the same day even though I did not request expedited service. That particular file was 30 minutes in length, so the cost was $30. The word count was 5,090. By experience, I know that it usually takes about an hour to transcribe 30 minutes of audio, but mine would not have been as perfect as what they returned so really it would have taken me longer for an equivalent result.

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This online service uses machines to transcribe audio. I haven’t used it yet, so I invite comments by anyone who has. Here is a link to their website.

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Did you know that YouTube can transcribe the words that are spoken in a video? This was designed for closed captioning, and also for search engines to pick up your video content. One of the coolest features is to transcribe into another language. So if you are working with a video interview instead of audio, this might be the way to go. Alternatively, you can convert an audio file into a video format and then run it through YouTube, but online reviews suggest that the accuracy isn’t all that great. It seems like a lot of steps to convert audio into video, then upload to YouTube and run it through, especially if the results are mediocre. Many of the comments mention that they couldn’t get it to work. Still, I mention it as an option, especially if language translation is important, or if you are working with video already. If you want to give it a whirl, just do a search on YouTube and there are some good video tutorials showing how to get a transcription using YouTube. Here is a link to a 6 minute tutorial with over 100,000 views.

My second scheme also divides software techniques for working with media data into two types, but it does this in a different way. What matters here are the relations between software techniques and pre-digital media technologies. (This is a scheme particularly relevant for media historians.)

2a) The first type is simulations of prior physical media augmented with new properties and functions . 2 When we use computers to simulate some process in the real world – the behavior of a weather system, the processing of information in the brain, the deformation of a car in a crash – our concern is to correctly model the features of this process or system. We want to be able to test how our model would behave in different conditions with different data, and the last thing we want to do is for the computer to introduce some new properties into the model that we ourselves did not specify. In short, when we use computers as a general-purpose medium for simulation, we want this medium to be completely “transparent.” But what happens when we simulate different media in a computer? In this case, the appearance of new properties may be welcome as they can extend the expressive and communication potential of these media. This idea was already clearly articulated at Xerox PARC in the first part of the 1970s – a place that more than any other is responsible for creating the category of software applications. When Alan Kay and his colleagues at PARC created computer simulations of existing physical media – i.e. the software tools for representing, creating, editing, and viewing these media – they “added” many new properties. Writing about their work in 1997, Kay and Adele Goldberg for instance point out that “It [the electronic book] need not be treated as a simulated paper book since this is a new medium with new properties . A dynamic search may be made for a particular context. The non-sequential nature of the file medium and the use of dynamic manipulation allows a story to have many accessible points of view.” 3

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2b) The second type is a number of new computational media that do not have any obvious equivalents in previous physical or electronic media. Here are a few examples of these “new media” listed with names of the people and/or places usually credited as their inventors: hypertext and hypermedia (Ted Nelson); interactive navigable 3D spaces (Ivan Sutherland), interactive multimedia (Architecture Machine Group’s “Aspen Movie Map”), Internet (Paul Baran and Lawrence Roberts), The World Wide Web (Tim Berners-Lee).

5. Time to adjust to change

Transitions can be tough for anybody, but for HSPs, they can quickly snowball into a bundle of stress and overwhelm. Even positive changes, like starting a new relationship or moving into a dream home, can be overstimulating and require an extra long period of adjustment.

6. Close, meaningful relationships

HSPs crave deep connections with others. In fact, according to Aron, they may get bored or restless in relationships that lack meaningful interaction. However, this doesn’t mean that they’re prone to relationship hopping. Rather, they may actuallywork harder to strike up a meaningful conversation with their partner and createintimacy.

This also means HSPs tend to be selective about the people they let into their lives. A simple surface-level, give-and-take relationship will simply not cut it for an HSP. They want to dive deep into your soul and connect with you in a profound way. Let them.

7. A gentle, healthy way of managing conflict

HSP or not, fighting with a loved one is the worst , but sensitive people tend tofeel extra anxious when conflict arises. Often an internal battle takes place. The HSP may have strong feelings about something, but they keep them to themselves, because they don’t want to make the other person mad. Dealing with an angry person can be overstimulating.

Plus, we hate hurting other people because we know from personal experience just how much that sucks . HSPs tend to have high levels of empathy, and this is just one of the ways our caring for others shows up.

Unfortunately, this means sensitive people oftenhide their needs and just “go along to get along.”They need a healthy way of dealing with disagreements that doesn’t involve yelling or drama.

8. A good night’s sleep

A lack of sleep is enough to make anyone cranky, sloppy, and oh-so-unproductive. But a lack of sleep for an HSP can make life almost unbearable. Getting enoughsleep helps soothe the HSP’s ramped-up senses and allows them to process their emotions. How much sleep a sensitive person gets can literallymake or break their day.

9. Healthy meals, spaced regularly throughout the day

According to Aron, hunger can really mess with a sensitive person’s mood or concentration. HSPs are the ultimate hangry monsters.

10. Caffeine-free and nonalcoholic options

Surprise, surprise… some HSPs (not all!) are more sensitive to the effects of caffeine and alcohol.

11. An outlet for their creative side

Many HSPs have a strong need to create. They channel their poignant observations, insights, and emotions into art, poetry, music, and more. Deborah Ward, author of Aisun Womens Trendy Hollow Bowknot Heart Slip On Wedge Pumps Shoes Yellow 7pEbYWreUa
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As Exploring Transfer enters its 32nd year, we pause to re-articulate our mission as a summer intensive learning opportunity for community college students seeking classroom and residential experiences at a four-year liberal arts college. Over the previous three decades, we have sought to provide students with a rigorous academic environment that engages their hearts and minds in an experience in line with the mission of Vassar College:

The mission of Vassar College is to make accessible “the means of a thorough, well-proportioned and liberal education”* that inspires each individual to lead a purposeful life. The College makes possible an education that promotes analytical, informed, and independent thinking and sound judgment; encourages articulate expression; and nurtures intellectual curiosity, creativity, respectful debate and engaged citizenship. Vassar supports a high standard of engagement in teaching and learning, scholarship and artistic endeavor; a broad and deep curriculum; and a residential campus that fosters a learning community. Founded in 1861 to provide women an education equal to that once available only to men, Vassar is now open to all and strives to pursue diversity, inclusion, and equity as essential components of a rich intellectual and cultural environment in which all members, including those from underrepresented and marginalized groups, are valued and empowered to thrive. *From the College’s First Annual Catalogue. ( )

Vassar College, thus, promises an educational experience characterized by a liberal arts education. In Exploring Transfer, summer 2018, we will strive to embrace the liberal arts education mission as it aligns with our own Vassar College mission.

Exploring Transfer acknowledges its place as an initiative designed to increase access to a four-year college degree by historically underrepresented students. In fact, Exploring Transfer is one of the programs at Vassar College positioned to increase and support its own rapidly diversifying student population. Indeed, Exploring Transfer alumni, all of whom are drawn from populations underrepresented in higher education and all of whom are first generation to college, have gone on to complete bachelor’s degrees at the State and City Universities of New York, as well as Vassar College and other private institutions.

Our goal is to immerse Exploring Transfer students in both intellectually and academically rigorous courses and a residential environment that acknowledge and value diversity, inclusion, difference, equity, and justice. Students study the broader contexts of economic inequality, racism, sexism, and human rights (for example) to better understand the complex interplay between their social identities and senses of agency as they navigate their worlds. Emphasis is placed on honing student reading and writing skills (quantitative reasoning is incorporated to the degree possible within the courses offered in a given summer).

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