Talk:Voice user interface

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TUI (Telephone User Interface)[edit]

TUI is not necessarily Voice based. --Pinecar 18:48, 2 June 2007 (UTC)

Remove external link[edit] was simply advertising on my dictionary. I have removed the advertisements. Please review. The dictionary is a work in progress, but it already covers quite a bit of concepts and items that are very crucial to understanding the IVR industry. This is a real dictionary and not a marketing gimmick. Thanks.

Please read the Wikipedia external link policy WP:EL, specifically:
"For policy or technical reasons, editors are restricted from linking to the following, without exception.
A website that you own or maintain, even if the guidelines otherwise imply that it should be linked to. This is in line with the conflict of interests guidelines. If it is a relevant and informative link that should otherwise be included, mention it on the talk page and let neutral and independent Wikipedia editors decide whether to add it."
Wikipedia is not a directory or place to promote your website. Do not add this link back again. Calltech 19:58, 19 November 2006 (UTC)

Removed a spam link (several times) to a website called ivrdictionary. This is a thinly veiled attempt to put advertising on Wikipedia. Links were added by several anonymous users within a tight IP range. Website purports to list ivr terminology, but in reality it prominently displays an advertisement to Angel dot com, which is a commercial company that sells IVR related products. The same links were added to other articles that are related to IVR technology. Calltech 16:55, 17 November 2006 (UTC)