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Jenny Medeiros

Jenny Medeiros

Jenny is an engineer turned tech writer. She has hands-on experience in VR, AR, video game development, and UX-focused web design. Nowadays, she partners with tech companies to help explain emerging technologies simply. When she's not writing, she's likely daydreaming and forgetting her tea.

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How Small Businesses & Influencers can Monetize with Voice

It's that time again where we pick a popular episode from our Inside VOICE podcast and filter the best parts into an equally interesting read. This time we combed through Kam Taitt's ep, which is all about helping businesses and people automate tasks and reign in extra income through Voice.

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Make an Impact: Speak at VOICE 2020

The countdown has begun for the next VOICE reunion; that special time of year when thousands of students, professionals, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders gather in one place to learn and connect with like-minded Voice enthusiasts.

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6 Voice-Controlled Games That Prove Voice Belongs in Gaming

Voice is storming the gaming industry—and the results are actually pretty fun. From bingo and board games to full-on adventure stories, voice assistants are replacing cards and tangled cords to make gaming much more accessible.

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Create Your Own Alexa Flash Briefing in Five Easy Steps


If you want to build an audience in the voice-first world, Alexa flash briefings are the way to go.

From long and insightful podcasts to short and impactful microcasts, content producers are turning to Alexa to regularly deliver useful tidbits and expert tips to an engaged audience. 

But, how do you know if you need one?  How can you set one up without technical knowledge? And what does a flash briefing strategy even look like?

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Live Transcribe: The App Changing How the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communicate

The brightly lit cafe in Google's building is empty when Dmitri walks in, phone in hand. He greets the young woman patiently waiting behind the counter, who kindly returns the greeting and asks what he'd like to order. Dmitri watches her lips move soundlessly, as if she were speaking on a TV set to mute, then raises his phone and watches as her words fill the black screen in large, white text. After a pause he looks up at her and, with some difficulty, asks with a smile if he can have some tea.

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On Creating a Voice Skill without Code and Building a Voice-First Business

In Episode 58 of Inside VOICE, we spoke to Witlingo Founder and CEO, Ahmed Bouzid, on how business folks can dive into Voice without a huge upfront investment or an army of IT pros.

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Being a Creative in Tech: Joan Palmiter Bajorek

In another written rendition of our top Inside VOICE podcasts, this time we're taking on Episode 49 with the founder of Women in Voice: Joan Palmiter Bajorek.

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Voice UX: Improving Audio Clarity for Users with Hearing Loss

Since many of you prefer your information in writing, we've decided to convert some of our favorite episodes of our Inside VOICE podcast into bite-sized blog posts so you can scroll and skim at your own pace.

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Meet the New Amazon Alexa Wearables

Alexa has left the building—and entered your earbuds, glasses, and rings. 

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Compilation: Our Favorite Post-VOICE Coverage So Far

We’re definitely enjoying the calm after this year's fantastic VOICE Summit, but with the flurry of brilliant write-ups and fond feedback from the voice-first community, we’re looking forward to the next one. 

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