I was thinking of going on Eclipse. You like that software? The only one I ever liked was xscribe. My scopists do all the work, but I used to use Case Catalyst to do realtime on my jobs. Then I decided I didn't want to carry all that equipment around, so I just take the jobs and e-mail them to my scopist. I can't remember if she said she scopes for you or not. Her name is Carol Hammer. Since I only take a few jobs a month, she works for a few other reporters as well as em. Anyway, I'd appreciate any feedback on Eclipse. My friend, David Harjo, who lives out in Oklahoma City, is on it and he really recommends it.
Jim, I love your updated page! How's that PP working for you now that it's been a few months and some updates later? My Gemini Grand is doing pretty well except for a bit of stacking still at high speeds. My work has been up some weeks and back down for other weeks, but I'm not complaining (too much)!
I'm planning on attending the convention next March in SF. Any plans for you to come out this way in March???
Jim, I just took a look at CR-Net and noticed there's a new update 184.108.40.206. Jeremy made some Passport fixes so you may want to give it a try. I'm downloading it in a minute. My depo today turned out to be a no show! So bummed, and yet also relieved - my elbows can heal up faster now!
Jim, Interesting you thought some words were fuzzy. My friend said she couldn't make out two words which caused her hesitation. Otherwise, she didn't think she dropped at all. Nobody in Saratoga thought they passed, according to my traumatized pal. I sure hope you recover quickly from the strain of it all, and have a great job tomorrow with your new best friend, Mr. Passport.