The best thing here is to have a headset with a
condenser mic that you can talk 'past' the mic ,
talking into a mic is what causes the stray noises you
hear when you speak into one.
Also, a condenser mic is directional. That means tha
if it's pointed up away from the keyboard, you should
hear very little of the keyboard sounds.
--- maxine nelson <mmnelson@...
> I thoroughly recommend a headset for the telephone
> so you can keep both
> hands free. You will also need to have the correct
> jack on your phone.
> At least for me, the noise from the keyboard
> interferes with the noise
> from the speaker phone, and I find the headset over
> my ears helps my
> concentration and clarity. I had to search and
> google to find such a
> phone recently.
> Maxine in N W Kansas
> On May 26, 2008, at 10:09 AM, Joyce Conklin wrote:
> > Posted by: "Russell Hltn"
> > On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 5:34 PM, Winter Owl
> > <mailto:rhvann%40sbcglobal.net>> wrote:
> > > 50 miles is to far to go tutor with gas at
> $3.80 a gallon.
> > >
> > Anyone know of a good screen sharing program?
> > I've found that you can utilize the telephone
> (works best on speaker
> > phone so you can type more easily the scrunching
> your shoulder to hold
> > the headset!) to help people at a distance.
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