A question:

by Doc Nickel

I suppose the main question is, given the current format, does anyone think that's enough information to actually find a relevant strip?

Does anyone NOT think it's enough?

My problem is, I keep thinking about strips where the most memorable part is the dialogue- like the one strip where Red yelled at Roger "What the F**k was THAT?!?" The only real keywords for that strip will be Roger, Red, yelling, paintball field, etc.

But I simply can't transcribe the dialogue of each strip. I'm just not going to live that long. happy.gif I suppose most people would search for "red yells at roger", which should come up with that strip, but I need a few outside opinions. I'm not exactly an unbiased reviewer here. happy.gif

And my problem is, I've already put several hours into just that pittance so far. I don't want to get 600 entries downrange and have to go back and add more detail to stuff I've already written. It's horribly time consuming to do it manually this way.

Thoughts? Opinions? Suggestions? Spare medications?

Doc.

Posted on Sep 9, 2017, 8:28 PM

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  1. Hard to tell. Dave H, Sep 10, 2017
    1. Voice to text. Antknot, Sep 10, 2017
      1. That's kind of an interesting idea.... Doc Nickel, Sep 10, 2017
        1. Isn't that called a podcast?. Dave H, Sep 10, 2017
          1. Most audio recorders have a rewind. Jelsemium, Sep 11, 2017

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