Dictation proves useful as a writing tool because talking activates different parts of the brain than writing or typing. It taps into the same part of us that drove ancient civilizations to tell stories out loud and pass down oral traditions. There’s more freedom than using your fingers.
Voice Typing is perfect for both fiction and nonfiction writing because it gets the creative juices flowing. Staring at a blank page can be overwhelming, but speaking out loud can help mitigate that. Plus, most people speak faster than they type, meaning you can get more down in less time.
Original Article Appeared 12/6/2017