Third Presidential Debate Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Full Transcript

2016 Final Debate Transcript

 

Wallace: Good evening. From the Thomas and Mack Center at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, I’m Chris Wallace of Fox News. And I welcome you to the third and final of the 2016 presidential debates between Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Donald J Trump. This debate is sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The commission has designed the format, six roughly, 15-minute segments with two-minute answers to the first question, then open discussion for the rest of each segment. Both campaigns have agreed to those rules. For the record, I decided the topics and the questions in each topic. None of those questions has been shared with the commission or the two candidates. The audience here in the hall has promised to remain silent. No cheers, boos, or other interruptions, so we and you can focus on what the candidates have to say. No noise except right now, as we welcome the Democratic nominee for President, Secretary Clinton and the Republican nominee for President, Mr Trump. Continue reading “Third Presidential Debate Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Full Transcript”

Mike Pence vs Tim Kaine – Vice Presidential Debate Transcript 2016

2016 VP Debate

2016 Vice Presidential Debate Full Transcript

Quijano: Gentlemen welcome. It truly is a privilege to be with both of you tonight. I’d like to start with the topic of Presidential Leadership. 28 years ago, tomorrow night, Lloyd Benson said, “The Vice Presidential Debate was not about the qualifications for the Vice Presidency, but about how if tragedy should occur, the Vice President has to step in without any margin for error, without time for preparation, to take over the responsibility for the biggest job in the world.” What about your qualities, your skills, and your temperament equip you to step into that role at a moment’s notice, Senator Kaine? Continue reading “Mike Pence vs Tim Kaine – Vice Presidential Debate Transcript 2016”

Free Podcast Transcript: The Founders Report

How your Apple Watch will save your life (literally)

 

We are happy to present another Free Podcast Transcript: The Founders Report, Episode 54 titled “How your Apple Watch will save your life (literally).” We transcribe podcasts free of charge for the benefit of the community. You can learn more about our Free Podcast Transcription program at the following link. Continue reading “Free Podcast Transcript: The Founders Report”

Dropbox Integration

At Scribie, we want to make it as easy as possible to get your files transcribed. Getting the files on our server is the first step which involves upload the files through the browser. It works great for small to medium sized files, but tends to take a long time for larger files. Importing files from Dropbox faster and easier in such cases. In this post we’ll walk through the steps of importing files from Dropbox and saving the transcripts to Dropbox.

Importing Files

Go to our Uploader page and click on the Dropbox icon on the left side tabs. This will show you the following page.

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Click on the ‘Choose from Dropbox’ button. It will open a popup window on Dropbox.com. Login to Dropbox, if you’re not already and then select the files. You can select multiple files at a time.

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Once files are selected, click on the Choose button at the bottom to start the import process.

Saving Files

Once the transcripts are delivered, and after you have checked them for blanks, you can save the transcripts to your Dropbox account as well. Go to your Scribie.com account, Uploaded Files page and click on the ‘Save To Dropbox’ button.

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It will bring up a popup window with your Dropbox account and you can then select a folder to save the files to.

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Click on the Save button and you’re done. The transcripts will be available on all your connected devices.

The files are transferred to/from your Dropbox account securely and you do not have to share your Dropbox account information with us. Try out this feature today and let us know what you think. We’ll be glad to help you out if you face any issues.

Transcripts of Skype Call Records

Today, we introduced a new transcript ordering process and UI. Transcripts are one of the premium features we offer and it is the cornerstone for our business model. Till now we had been offering the service for free. But starting today, we have changed our policy to offer only the first transcript for free. For subsequent orders, an advance payment is required. The payments can be made from PayPal as of now.

Ordering Process:

Here’s how the new process works (click on the images to see a larger version).

Once the uploaded file is screened by our system you will get a notification and a link. The link will lead you to the transcripts page. Its a new page and a new menu item.

Click on the ‘Order’ button to place an order. The system will detect if its your first transcript order and offer it for free.

In case this is not the first transcript order then the price will be mentioned and clicking the ‘Order’ button will lead you to the PayPal gateway. Once the order is done, it will provide a confirmation.

If you want to check your transcripts any time then click on the ‘Transcripts’ page on the menu. It will show all the ordered transcripts and the files for which it can be ordered.

Policy Changes:

Only the first transcript will be offered for free and the subsequent ones will be charged on a per line basis. The cost per line is 7 cents. The payment has to be made in advance and the transcript will be delivered within 18 hours after we receive the payment.

We have also relaxed the minimum duration criteria for screening of call records. Now all call records more than 1 MB are screened by our system.

Whats Next:

Ability to view the transcripts, download it, search through it, share it with others etc. If you have any suggestions please send them across.

Important Note:

If you have ordered transcripts in the recent few days then it probably has gone into a black hole due to the changes that were being done. We’d request you to place the transcript order once again. We’ll be mailing you individually as well regarding this.

Please let us know what do you think of these changes. Is this interface simple enough? Is the policy okay? Price high, low? We’d be glad to hear your thoughts on it. Thanks.