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The voice of planktons? A ‘smart’ microphone could help your kids read

Slate’s Mike Barnicle wrote that “loud voice” is the most important characteristic of the plankton voice.

You can imagine how important it is to be able to talk to the planktons.

A simple microphone, he says, would make a huge difference to a child’s reading comprehension.

You don’t need a lot of money, he notes, and it could also be cheaper to get a smart microphone.

That’s important, because we often forget that there are children out there who need a voice that is just as loud as the plankts and as well-educated as their parents.

And so, the question is, could a simple microphone provide that voice?

The problem is that we don’t know for sure, but the speakerphone company Lattice has already been testing a smart-mic system.

The company’s speakers are basically microphones that look like small speakers that you can put on a wall.

The speakers can then transmit data to a remote server, which can read the information that is being broadcast.

In this case, the server is connected to a smart speaker, which could be a smart phone, a speaker, a game console, or anything else.

That information is then relayed to the projector.

There’s even a button on the projector that you push to turn it on.

So, you can have a projector that’s really smart and you can turn on the smart projector and get the data, or you can go to a normal projector and have the data on the screen.

This makes for a truly wireless projector that can be controlled from any room.

It sounds great, but how does it work?

One of the speakers is a small microphone that can pick up voice.

The speaker can pick the voice of the person sitting next to you.

If you have a smart mic on the wall, you could then play music, which is pretty convenient.

The projector would then send the data to the smart phone or other device, which would then listen for the voice and send the information back.

You could also have your kids listen to the data.

If the speaker is too loud, they’ll turn it down.

You have to turn down the volume to a reasonable level, but you can also turn the speaker down completely to silence it.

If that’s too much for the children, the projector will switch to the quieter speaker.

That way, the kids will hear the data that’s being broadcast and the music will not affect the voice.

This kind of wireless technology has been around for a while, but there are a lot more devices than speakers that could use it.

It could be used in classrooms, classrooms could be wired, it could even be used on the home theater.

But until we know for certain, you need to be careful to keep this stuff on the shelf until you know how it works.

We can’t wait to see what technology comes out next.

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