The idea is that Google Scribe makes typing easier using a predictive text algorithm similar to that on mobile telephones. An unplanned out come is that it is possible for Google to do all the writing for you, which can lead to some strange results.
I typed in “Tuesday morning” … Google did the rest:
Tuesday morning I was in the hospital and at the same energy as you can see from the graph that the data is not available for the entire family. Can you tell me what you’d expect to see on another t shirt? You got a hold of various types and sizes.
I have known that it is possible and necessary to have medical expenses that are paid, and the two of us and I am not happy with the results and quality of materials and products that look like real people.
Cornering the Sunday party scene in London and continuously pushing inspiring house music producers across Europe and America, Giles Smith and James Priestly are setting a template revival for the mix CD. Separating both DJs into two sets (and two CDs)
“'I looked at it,' replied Frederick Greenwood, 'and then I put it in the waste-paper basket. And then I thought, If I leave it there the cook may read it —so I burned it.”—Frederick Greenwood, editor of the Pall Mall Gazette in 1890 talking to Lord Riddell, the first owner of the News of the World about the latter man’s publication.
Jacaszek’s mix for the Alpha-ville podcast series bridges deeply atmospheric electronica with instruments such as cellos and violins, chimes and orchestra bells. His sound is deeply moving and fuses a wide array of samples to closely match an acoustic classical set, creating a highly emotive piece of music.
Due to perform at Alpha-ville Festival on the 22nd of September, I caught up with Jacaszek in advance to ask him a few questions.