Monthly Archives: October 2012

NYC ASL Interpreted Broadcast of Hurricane Sandy Update

*** Update thanks to gerbilonwheels**** “Click the CC button to see the closed captions on the video. Below that you’ll see the bar with like, dislike, etc. On the far right is an interactive transcript.” I looked for CC at very beginning as I always do, and it is not working. But there is the transcript. […]

Immediate ASL Sign Language Interpreter Positions

Reposted from Signing Time’s LeeAnn Mason: Kim Bass shared the following with me. Please follow up with her if you can help: Hello, I have an immediate need for Sign Language Interpreters in TX, VA, MI, WA, and CA. These are full time positions for the 2012-2013 school year during school hours working one on […]

Surgery and Frankenstella

Apparently I’ve the perfect “Frankenstella” look for Halloween, complete with drug induced stagger, glazed eyes and slurred speech.   🙂 surgery was successful, and I’m ok. I’ll be answering each of your messages personally when I am have my strength and sobriety back. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, I am very appreciative.

“Call Me Maybe” ASL/VRS Version (press red square cc button for captions) This is a FUN music video featuring a Video Relay System (VRS) call. This is great for people who have never seen how a relay call works.  Be sure to catch the credits at the end for a good laugh.

Official Press Release for “Show Us the Captions!”

“Show Us the Captions” official press release page is here: Come join us for caption advocacy.  Check the list to see if there is an event near you. If not, it’s not too late to create one in your area. I’ll be at the King of Prussia location on December 2nd at 1:30 with the […]

Prayers Welcomed

We found out today that my surgery Monday will be at 10:00 am and last for 2 and 1/2 hours, both doctors will be performing the surgery. Prayers for the surgical team, my family, and myself will be most welcome. 🙂

Signed Stories App Collaboration with Keith Wann, Peter Cook and ITV

I saw a post by Keith Wann on FaceBook this morning announcing a Signed Stories app for children. I sat down tonight and took a look. It was listed in the ITunes store, and free to download. There are several free stories, as well as some that can be purchased. They also provide a list […]

It’s Time for the Surgical Hiatus

Those of you who follow my blog are already familiar with the story behind the “medical leave of absence” I’m taking these next few weeks. If you’ve missed the story how I went to get hearing aids and ended up having to have surgery, you can read about that here:  I have been incredibly tired […]

Netflix Agrees to Caption All Content by September 2014

I am so pleased to see Netflix agree to caption all their content by September 2014. However, it is still disconcerting to me that they are doing this only because of legal issues rather than doing it because it’s simply the right thing to do:  be inclusive and provide equal access for everyone. Read more […]

Engage – Interesting New Social App for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

My friend, Stephanie Jo Kent (check out some of her research work from November’s #DEMX 2011 here  asked me if I had heard of this new App, Engage. It is supposed to link the Deaf and Hard of Hearing up with events and activities wherever we may live. I downloaded the app, but it […]