Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 17

Steno Gadgets & Accessories: Laptop Tray

This laptop tray seems interesting. It looks a little shaky at a couple of points in the video. However, I like the versatility of its positioning. I have either this one or a similar one on order as a gift. I’ll do an update on this contraption as soon as I receive my gift and …

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Feb 16

Medical Monday: Clavicle

The clavicle is also known as the collar bone. It connects the scapula and the sternum. Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: clavicle= KLAF/KAL OPTION #2: clavicle= KLAF/KA*L OPTION #3: clavicle= KLAFL

Feb 13

Friday Phrases

Q. How many= STKPWHROUM Q. How many times= STKPWHROUMT Q. Do you have= STKPWHRAOUF Q. Do you have the= STKPWHRAOUFT Q. Do you know= STKPWHRAOUN Q. Do you know the= STKPWHRAOUNT Q. Do you think= STKPWHRAOUNG Q. Do you think the= STKPWHRAOUNGT Q. Do you feel= STKPWHRAOUFL Q. Do you recall= STKPWHRAOURL Q. Do you …

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Feb 12

Writing Colloquy For The Witness

How do you write colloquy for the witness on your machine? Here are a couple of suggestions. Lately, I’ve been favoring the second option. Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: THE WITNESS: =WIT/WIT OPTION #2: THE WITNESS: =FRPBLGTS/FRPBLGTS (Answer-bank twice) When D-defining colloquy for the witness, don’t forget to add a space after the colon so the …

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Feb 12

Theory Thursday: Theory Practice

Feb 11

Rules Of Grammar: The Top 20 Misspelled Words

According to Oxford English Corpus, the following are the top 20 misspelled words: 1) accommodate (two c’s) 2) accommodation (two m’s) 3) achieve (i before e) 4) across (one c) 5) aggressive, aggression (two g’s) 6) apparently (-ent not -ant) 7) argument (no e after the u) 8) appearance (ends with -ance) 9) argument (no …

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Feb 11

Random Briefs

barricade= BAERKD barricade= BAERKDZ rephrase= RAOEFRZ reverse= RAOEFRS recuperate= RAOUPT recuperate= RAOUPGS rupture= RURPT ruptured= RURPTD ruptures= RURPTS rupturing= RURPGT forevermore= FOFRM

Feb 10

Stenspiration™

“As children learning language, we all undergo the same process. At first we experience a level of frustration- we have desires and needs we wish to express, but we lack the words. Slowly we pick up phrases and absorb patterns of speech. We accumulate vocabulary, word by word. Some of this is tedious but we …

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Feb 09

Medical Monday: Scapula

The scapula is informally known as the shoulder blade. It is the bone that connects the upper arm to the collar bone. Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: scapula= SKAP/AOU/LA OPTION #2: scapula= SKAP/AOU/LA* OPTION #3: scapula= SKAP/U/LA OPTION #4: scapula= SKAP/U/LA* OPTION #5: scapula= SKAP/LA OPTION #6: scapula= SKAP/LA*

Feb 06

Court Reporter Spotted: Revenge

Revenge Court Reporter Spotted S1 EP 16

Season 1, Episode 16 (Scandal). Look, a paperless machine. I usually don’t see that when spotting a court reporter on the big or small screen. Season 1, Episode 18 (Justice).

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