I was inspired to do my own video to this song. Fun! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfzzaExJJdc
https://www.facebook.com/daniel.greene/posts/10152427401966236 Aside from the irresponsible journalism that propagated this story in the first place, the basis for the concept is fundamentally flawed. There cannot be such thing as a wristband a signer can wear that will translate their signed language into spoken language; why? Because signed language is not just on the hands! Signed language... Continue Reading →
The ADA may account for the equal pay ASL/English interpreters earn for conference & medical interpreting vs. the disparity Spanish/English interpreters earn.
Digital Commons tells me my thesis on vague language has been downloaded 250 times as of today. That's a far cry from the handful of people who read a thesis that's bound and shelved! You can read the abstract and get the PDF at no cost: Keeping it vague: A study of vague language in an... Continue Reading →
Don't let the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Entertainment Software Association (ESA) persuade the FCC to exempt them from closed-captioning Internet video. Read the article below and click the links to read the actual petition; then, write to the FCC to uphold the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) that President Obama signed... Continue Reading →