The average duration of voice has not changed much when accounting for growth in mobile voice volumes. The latest research from Poynter shows that the average distance per voice change was 12.6 milliseconds, which is the same as it was in 2011 (the latest year available) and about equal to the time it took for the average voice change of 2005 to increase to 5.6 milliseconds. If the average duration is unchanged and voice growth continues, it will take until 2019 — about three years from the first call — for the average distance to increase to 6.1 milliseconds.
What about in the voice over IP (VoIP) environment? The change in voice length has been faster in VoIP than in conventional telephone communication. For example, VoIP voice users use more voice minutes than their cell-phone or telephone counterparts. That means the total number of voice minutes spent on the microphone has been rising faster than the rate of voice change: The average recorded voice change by end users in 2013 was 6.1 milliseconds. (The previous record was 5.6, set in 2003.) If VoIP is growing while voice changes continue, it will take until 2020 — about five years from a VoIP first conversation — for the number of VoIP minutes to rise to 7.0 milliseconds. (This figure assumes VoIP remains the same in terms of the number of users.) In other words, even in the new, faster-growth space, it’s not surprising that voice may not have taken more than an average of five years to reach the new recorded voice record in the 2010s.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WTAQ) – Milwaukee County is investigating a shooting in Milwaukee County Park Sunday morning.
Police say the shooting happened at 7:15 a.m. Sunday in the park near Green River. Deputies with the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office and the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office are investigating.
A sheriff’s sergeant said two people suffered non-life threatening injuries at the scene in the park between Cedar Avenue and Humboldt Avenue.
Witnesses said a gray vehicle drove over the park fence, hit several trees and then stopped, and at least a half a dozen or so men started running, then the vehicle sped toward the victims.
Authorities say the suspects tried to get into an SUV but the driver refused, so they were forced to use a car to get to the victims.
The suspects then got back into the vehicle and sped off, leaving the victims
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