Traffic stops, office conversations, and even doctor's visits -- more and more people today are choosing to record life's encounters. If you are a doctor, there is a good chance that at least one of your last 10 patients recorded their visit - either with or without permission.
What exactly are the laws governing patient recordings? In an article recently published in theJournal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), investigators on The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice's Open Recordings Project explain the often-confusing laws around recordings clinical visits.
Digital voice recorders can be indispensable business tools, whether you need to dictate business letters or memos or record meetings, conferences, interviews, or lectures. Modern digital voice recorders are compact, lightweight, and can record hundreds (even thousands) of hours of high-quality digital audio that can be easily transferred via USB to a personal computer for permanent storage and/or transcription.
FAT32 offers near-universal interoperability with virtually every computing system on the planet. A drive formatted this way can easily transfer files between Macs and PCs. You can also move files to video game systems like the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii. Virtually all cameras and videocameras support FAT32, too.