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Meet Susan Bennett, who says she is the voice of Apple's Siri

5 October 2013 | 7:31 am CNN named Susan Bennett, a voice-over actress from Atlanta, as the voice behind Siri. http://ibnlive.in.com/news/meet-susan-bennett-who-says-she-is-the-voice-of-apples-siri/426545-11.html

Voice Of Siri Revealed: Meet Susan Bennett Who Says She Is The Original Voice Behind Apple iPhone 4S App

4 October 2013 | 7:29 pm When Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) released the iPhone 4S on Oct. 14, 2011, the voice-activated personal assistant known as Siri quickly became the defining feature of the (then) brand-new device. Siri was ubiquitous throughout the world, yet the identity of the person who provided the voice for the application has never been known, until now. http://www.ibtimes.com/voice-siri-revealed-meet-susan-bennett-who-says-she-original-voice-behind-apple-iphone-4s-app

Meet Susan Bennett: voice of Siri, Apple's voice-activated virtual assistant

4 October 2013 | 6:36 pm Susan Bennett, 64, a voice-over actor from Georgia, spent four hours a day during the month of July 2005 recording hundreds of phrases for the digital assistant. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2443818/Meet-Susan-Bennett-voice-Siri-Apples-voice-activated-virtual-assistant.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

Siri's voice revealed: CNN discovers Susan Bennett in Atlanta …

5 October 2013 | 5:20 am iPhone users can rejoice — Siri's voice has been revealed by CNN to belong to an Atlanta-based voiceover artist named Susan Bennett. The same woman also voices announcements in the Atlanta airport. http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2013/10/siris-voice-revealed-cnn-discovers-susan-bennett-in-atlanta-airport.html

Meet Susan Bennett, the voice of Apple's Siri voice assistant …

4 October 2013 | 5:19 pm Apple, who first launched the Siri voice assistant two years ago along with the release of its iPhone 4S, apparently hired Atlanta resident Susan Bennett to do some voice work for an undisclosed secret project back in 2005,  http://venturebeat.com/2013/10/04/meet-susan-bennett-the-voice-of-apples-siri-voice-assistant/

Meet voice actress Susan Bennett, the original voice of Siri

4 October 2013 | 4:00 pm The mystique of Siri, Apple's personal assistant for iOS, has been the mysterious female voice. Able to speak directions to your favorite pizza parlor as. http://www.idownloadblog.com/2013/10/04/apple-siri-voice-atlanta-mom/

President Kennedy Has Been Shot by Susan Bennett, Cathy Trost & Newseum Staff

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The Thief and Other Stories Heym, Georg/ Bennett, Susan (Translator)

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Little Man – What Now? Fallada, Hans/ Bennett, Susan (Translator)

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Literacy Youngest Learner-Best Practices Educators Chi-Susan Bennett-Armistead

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  • Lourdes says:

    Any Good Realistic Books? Ok so I’ve heard that the more you read the smarter you get and I honestly read a lot but I read a lot of fiction and fantasy and I don’t really feel as smart as I used to anymore. I read fantasy because honestly my life isn’t perfect and I just do it to escape reality… What should I do? Can anyone recommend any realistic books???

    • Curator says:

      How about any of these books and series. IF you need info on any of the books listed, you can look them up at Barnes and Noble(bn.com) and Amazon.com.

      Empire Falls by Richard Russo

      The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

      Paris in Love by Eloisa James

      Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah

      Fly Away by Kristin Hannah

      The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul (originally published as A Cup of Friendship) by Deborah Rodriguez

      Half Life by Roopa Farooki

      The Silver Linings Playbook: A Novel by Matthew Quick

      High Anxiety (Kate Holly Series #3) by Charlotte Hughes

      Monkey Mind: A Memoir of Anxiety by Daniel Smith

      Maggie Hope Mystery series by Susan Elia MacNeal

      Rizzoli and Isles Series by Tess Gerritsen

      The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck

      The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

      Then Came You by Jennifer Weiner

      The Next Best Thing by Jennifer Weiner

      BODY: A Novel by Harry Crews

      How To Live On 24 Hours A Day by Arnold Bennett

      Agents of Innocence by David Ignatius

      Body of Lies by David Ignatius

      The Sultan of Atlantic City by Lee Rudolph

      Not Enough Indians by Harry Shearer

      Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas for Millions by Ben Mezrich

      Blowing My Cover: My Life as a CIA Spy by Lindsay Moran

      Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House by Valerie Plame Wilson

      The Company We Keep: A Husband-and-Wife True-Life Spy Story by Robert Baer and Dayna Baer

      Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich

      Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream by Barbara Ehrenreich

      Scratch Beginnings: Me, $25, and the Search for the American Dream by Adam W. Shepard

      The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz

      Climbing the Ladder in Stilettos: 10 Strategies for Stepping Up to Success and Satisfaction at Work by Lynette Lewis

      The Money Smart Family System: Teaching Financial Independence to Children of Every Age by Steve & Annette Economides

      They Don’t Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Business World by Alexandra Levit

      The Folly of Fools: The Logic of Deceit and Self-Deception in Human Life by Robert Trivers

      The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins

      Women of Steel: Female Bodybuilders and the Struggle for Self-Definition by Maria R. Lowe

      The New Rules of Lifting for Women: Lift Like a Man, Look Like a Goddess by Lou Schuler with Cassandra Forsythe and Alwyn Cosgrove

      No More Ramen: The 20-Something’s Real World Survival Guide: Straight Talk on Jobs, Money, Balance, Life, and More by Nicholas Aretakis

      There’s More to Life Than Making a Living: Mastering Six Key Essentials on the Way to a Life of Significance by Jack C. McDowell with Phil Needham

      Hope the list helps and you can find a few books you like.

  • Paderangi says:

    What Do You Think Of This? (gun Ban)? Problem, reaction, solution — this is how you lose your freedoms.
    (i.e. Sandy Hook, normal human reaction [fear], Government proposes a gun ban)
    (i.e. 9/11, normal human reaction [fear, anger], Government proposes Patriot Act + War) Keep in mind, these ideas were part of the Government’s agenda well before 9/11…

    If anyone was paying attention to Mancow’s radio program, you’ll know what I’m referring to. Any truth to this? What’re your thoughts?

    • Curator says:

      Never ask what we think here or you might get it… LOL

      Katherine Andrade, 24, American
      Chanel Andrade, 1, American
      Jennifer Andrade, 19, American
      George Bennett, 35, British
      Susan Benta, 31, British
      Mary Jean Borst, 49, American
      Pablo Cohen, 38, Israeli
      Abedowalo Davies, 30, British
      Shari Doyle, 18, American
      Beverly Elliot, 30, British
      Yvette Fagan, 32, British
      Doris Fagan, 51, British
      Lisa Marie Farris, 24, American
      Raymond Friesen, 76, Canadian
      Sandra Hardial, 27, British
      Zilla Henry, 55, British
      Vanessa Henry, 19, British
      Phillip Henry, 22, British
      Paulina Henry, 24, British
      Stephen Henry, 26, British
      Diana Henry, 28, British
      Novellette Hipsman, 36, Canadian
      Floyd Houtman, 61, American
      Sherri Jewell, 43, American
      David M. Jones, 38, American
      David Koresh, 33, American
      Rachel Koresh, 24, American
      Cyrus Koresh, 8, American
      Star Koresh, 6, American
      Bobbie Lane Koresh, 2, American
      Jeffery Little, 32, American
      Nicole Gent Little, 24, Australian, pregnant = Double Homicide.
      Dayland Gent, 3, American
      Page Gent, 1, American
      Livingston Malcolm, 26, British
      Diane Martin, 41, British
      Wayne Martin, Sr., 42, American
      Lisa Martin, 13, American
      Sheila Martin, Jr., 15, American
      Anita Martin, 18, American
      Wayne Martin, Jr., 20, American
      Julliete Martinez, 30, American
      Crystal Martinez, 3, American
      Isaiah Martinez, 4, American
      Joseph Martinez, 8, American
      Abigail Martinez, 11, American
      Audrey Martinez, 13, American
      John-Mark McBean, 27, British
      Bernadette Monbelly, 31, British
      Rosemary Morrison, 29, British
      Melissa Morrison, 6, British
      Sonia Murray, 29, American
      Theresa Nobrega, 48, British
      James Riddle, 32, America
      Rebecca Saipaia, 24, Filipino[72]
      Steve Schneider, 43, American
      Judy Schneider, 41, American
      Mayanah Schneider, 2, American
      Clifford Sellors, 33, British
      Scott Kojiro Sonobe, 35, American
      Floracita Sonobe, 34, Filipino
      Gregory Summers, 28, American
      Aisha Gyrfas Summers, 17, Australian, pregnant = Double Homicide.
      Startle Summers, 1, American
      Lorraine Sylvia, 40, American
      Rachel Sylvia, 12, American
      Hollywood Sylvia, 1, American
      Michelle Jones Thibodeau, 18, American
      Serenity Jones, 4, American
      Chica Jones, 2, American
      Little One Jones, 2, American
      Neal Vaega, 38, New Zealander
      Margarida Vaega, 47, New Zealander
      Mark H. Wendell, 40, American

      76/78 Killed by order of Janet Reno who answered to only President WJ Clinton. Are they in Jail yet? Are the 76 ATF Agents and the Who knows how many military personnel involved in Jail yet?

      Impunity is a tool used by dictators. IMO

      On the day of WACO massacre I changed the acronym ATF meaning to “American Terrorist Facilitators..”

      I find it odd that So many of our Representatives including Governors, President and Vice President are pushing Gun control on We the people after 76/78 are killed by their governing body yet we heard and hear today NOTHING of nearly 4 times the deaths including 21/23 children at the hands of the real mass murders.. The Federal Government.

      Common sense tells us to go after the worst offenders of murder laws first…

      Ban Mass Murder of American Citizens at the hands of the Federal Government FIRST!

      Here are the facts for murders in America in 2011

      Assault Weapons 323
      Hammers 496
      Knives 650
      Drunk Drivers 12,000
      Medical Malpractice 195,000

      So instead of going after those who kill the most… Obama and the Liberals go after the least of the Murderers Problems..

      What does that tell you?

      Their Gun Control Agenda is more important than deaths of the innocent including Children.

    • Curator says:

      Twenty-six actresses auditioned for the role of Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With The Wind.”

      Many famous, or soon-to-be-famous, actresses were screen-tested, auditioned, or considered for the role of Scarlett O’Hara, including: Jean Arthur, Lucille Ball, Tallulah Bankhead, Joan Bennett, Clara Bow, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Frances Dee, Olivia de Havilland, Irene Dunne, Joan Fontaine, Greer Garson, Paulette Goddard, Susan Hayward, Miriam Hopkins, Katharine Hepburn, Carole Lombard, Ida Lupino, Merle Oberon, Norma Shearer, Barbara Stanwyck, Margaret Sullivan, Lana Turner, Shelley Winters, and Loretta Young.

      Four actresses, including Jean Arthur and Joan Bennett, were still under consideration by December 1938, however, only two finalists, Paulette Goddard and Vivien Leigh, were tested in Technicolor, both on December 20. Goddard almost won the role, but controversy over her marriage with Charlie Chaplin caused producer David Selznick to change his mind.

      Producer David Selznick had been quietly considering Vivien Leigh, a young English actress who was still little known in America, for the role of Scarlett since February 1938 when Selznick saw her in “Fire Over England” and “A Yank at Oxford.” Mister Selznick admitted that Vivien Leigh was “the Scarlett dark horse”, and after a series of screen tests, her casting was announced on January 13, 1939.

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