Saturday, January 20, 2018

I've got all 22 pages of Jack Ruby's handwritten manuscript. It's right here:

The only problem is: it's isn't legible. But, it seems to me, there ought to be a computer software program that can scan this and read it and transcribe it into text. Why not? They can do it with music. Not long ago, Paul Popa and I were unable to find the sheet music to Tim McGraw's great song, You Just Get Better All The Time, so we ran it through the Chordify software, and it spit out the chords instantly. Did I mention that it's instant?

So, if they have software that can decipher sound, then surely they must have one that can decipher script. Does anyone know about this? Can you direct me to it? 

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