Dragon, the voice recognition software, is pretty good these days, if used with a decent computer and a decent microphone. But it does have its issues, sometimes misunderstanding what is intended.
I meant this morning to send a round robin email to a few people I know to give them the preorder details for my new book. I was planning to send a test version of the email to my PA. But instead, my Lodestone application sent the round robin to a much wider group of recipients!
Dragon was open at the time, and I think it might have overheard me talking to my PA, and interpreted what it heard it as an instruction to send the email out to the wider group. Either that, or some other gremlin crept in.
If you are a butcher, or a baker, or a candlestick maker, You probably have very little interest in a law book, and I apologise for bothering you.