For those of you that hate writing or have carpal tunnel syndrome as one writer said he had in the previous thread, something like Dragon NaturallySpeaking is probably the way to go.
It really saves your hands and can be a great way to be more productive once you get used to the quirks of the software.
It's not perfect but it really can save you some time once you learn how to use it. I'm still learning how to use it.
Today I was able to use it to write up a list of goals that I want to achieve. It was nice to sit back and close my eyes and talk about my goals as I pictured them and know that what I was saying is being written down. As you can see by the last sentence it doesn't always get things perfectly correct. Ha ha.
It's good enough though and you can go back and do some light editing. I just wanted to say this because carpal tunnel syndrome or hating writing is not really a good excuse anymore. If you hate writing that much use software such as this and then take the document and have an editor fix-it.
Speaking into a microphone also has the added benefit of allowing you to type more words than you otherwise would. Those that need to write articles of a certain length will find it easy to write these articles and have the correct number of words or more. Look at this post. I usually don't say this much but because I have software that allows me to speak it instead of type it I'm saying a lot more.
This is not rocket science and it's nothing new to those who are experienced riders on shore. That should have been sure. Writers. Oh well like I said it's not perfect.