Excerpt: "In the future, you will talk to your computer. Voice, the predominant mode of human-to-human communication, has been migrating to silicon for more than a decade and is now poised to hit the mainstream."
This piece isn't really about Siri, don't worry. It really focuses on whether voice-to-text technology will change the way we write -- and think.
Somehow the question of what it means to 'write' in a voice-to-text world is never explored. That's a particularly interesting question when you consider that text-to-speech is even more advanced today than speech-to-text. So do we even need the written word as an intermediate step then?