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  • She’s a pro at working from home: River Mist Transcription Services thriving business for Grand Island woman

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    By Robert Pore for The Grand Island Independent While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to innovate at the workplace, many of those strategies, such as working remotely at home, were in place prior to the spread of the virus and were improving in efficiencies due to continuing advances in technology. Jannice Roy operates River Mist Transcription Services from her…

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  • Herby Everything Cheddar Swirl Buns

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    By Tieghan Gerard for Half-Baked Harvest Herby Everything Cheddar Swirl Buns. Is there anything better?! These rolls are easy, doughy, swirled with cheddar cheese, basil pesto, fresh herbs, and a little everything bagel spice too. Serve at your next family gathering as an easy brunch, appetizer, or even as a side dish. Everyone will love these fun (cheesy) and pretty…

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  • PUA confusion remains two months after launch

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    By KOLO News Now MINDEN, Nev. (KOLO) – A Minden man is pleading for better communication with Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR) responsible for administering the pandemic unemployment assistance fund (PUA). Steve Yates says he first applied for PUA funds when they became available May 16. Nearly two months later he says he has no idea where…

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  • The Impact of COVID-19 on the Transcription Industry

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    By Rachel Tirabassi Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. medical transcription industry was already in a fragile state. More doctors are looking for alternative options to transcription and many turned to new technology like speech recognition. Emerging documentation technology caused many skilled transcriptions to take huge pay cuts, lose their job and find an entirely new career. Fast forward…

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  • Microsoft-contracted transcriptionists reportedly failed to properly secure Cortana, Skype voice recordings

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    By Cohen Coberly for TechSpot (Lack of) privacy: In late 2019, the world learned that Microsoft had been allowing both third-party contractors and employees to listen to and transcribe user Cortana and Skype voice recordings. Though the news was troubling for privacy activists, at the time, Microsoft made it clear that it would not be ending the practice. However, it seems…

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