VoiceXML Sites on Colloquial

VoiceXML is a new technology that enables you to write voice dialogues in much the same way as you write HTML. You can find the spec and further information at The VoiceXML Forum.

Colloquial has decided to concentrate its energies on games rather than commerce.

Currently, TellMe is hosting VoiceXML applications through TellMe Studio.

They provide a VoiceXML client and a telephony server that is reachable by toll-free number. The interface and language understanding are hosted by colloquial.

Sally Rand, the Fan Dancer

by Toni Dove, Bob Carpenter, and Mitzi Morris.

Sally Rand, the Fan Dancer, is a simulation of the dancer from the 1930s. Call her up and talk about dancing or the depression.

Sally can be reached toll free from the United States by calling 1.800.555.TELL. You will need to ask for extensions and then give it the extension number SALLY (72559). Or just key in 1-SALLY from the main Tellme menu.

The Magic Eight Call

by Mitzi Morris.

The Magic Eight Call reaches into the future, to find the answers to your questions. It knows what will be, and is willing to share this with you.

The Magic Eight Call can be reached toll free from the United States by calling 1.800.555.TELL. You will need to ask for extensions and then give it the extension number 80222. Or just key in 1-80222 from the main Tellme menu.

SpeechSmuggler

by Bob Carpenter, with voice talent by Dan Klein.

SpeechSmuggler is the exciting game of inter-borough trading. You're an aspiring merchant with a few bucks and an even larger debt. You jet from borough to borough buying and selling your wares. You can see the sights. You can try to avoid Officer HardAss or buy a gun and get into a shootout.

SpeechSmuggler can be reached toll free from the United States by calling 1.800.555.TELL. You will need to ask for extensions and then give it the extension number 16666. Or just key in 1-16666 from the main Tellme menu.



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