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  • Transcription Foot Pedal Showdown: The Infinity vs. Name Brand

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    By Rachel Tirabassi The typical computer user may find a foot pedal pointless, but transcriptionists are not your average computer users. A durable, well-designed foot pedal is essential for transcriptionists who need more than two hands to reach their highest productivity level. Why should you invest in a foot pedal? Improves Turnaround Time When you are transcribing, foot pedals can…

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  • General Versus Medical Transcription Jobs: What’s the Difference?

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    By Traci Theodoroff for Allegis Transcription The transcription industry is a wide and varied world. How do you even start to explore your career options? Why not begin with medical and general transcription, which are two of the most popular options out there. The career path to becoming a medical transcriptionist is more clearly laid out than for a general…

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  • JALAPENO POPPER MUMMIES

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    By Susie Gall for Simply Sated Halloween is right around the corner and Jalapeno Popper Mummies are making some pretty big-headed demands: They want to attend all Halloween festivities. They don’t want to sit next to the ghosts, but… They do want to be placed between Mr. Skull and Mrs. Knuckles. They don’t want to get burned by being left…

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  • Voice Recorders Used for Ghost Hunt

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    Apparently, voice recorders can pick up voices that are not limited to the “living…” TranscriptionGear.com recently donated a set of Olympus DS500s to The Ghosts of Ohio. One of our employees, Wendy, is a longtime member of this group. She’s been on at least 100 hunts at private homes, businesses and historical buildings. The donated recorders were used at the…

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  • CHICKEN PENNE PASTA WITH A LIGHTENED-UP PARMESAN CREAM SAUCE

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    By Chelsea from Chelsea’s Messy Apron A (Lighter) Creamy Penne Chicken Pasta Dish with mushrooms, spinach, and sun-dried tomatoes. Easy, 30-minute dinner that can be made in ONE pot! All throughout my high school and college years, I worked at a local sit-down restaurant. I loved the job, the people, and (most importantly), I loved the food on the menu! The menu…

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