Deaf Lawyer Writes Succinct Synopsis of Gallaudet Protest
This article by deaf lawyer Kelby Brick is the most succinctly and eloquently written synopsis of the Gallaudet protest I’ve seen to date — and it puts the hearing media’s coverage of the event to shame! I first saw a link to this article on ridorlive.com.
Reflections on the CIT Conference
Here are some of the things I learned, was reminded of, or thought about during the CIT conference I attended this past week: I was reminded that people remember most what they learn first and last (primacy and recency). In the future, when I teach a class or a workshop, I will begin and end…
LiveJournal Communities re: Interpreters
Here are some of the LiveJournal communities I found last night: aslterps: started 5 October 2003; c. 240 entries; last entry 18 August 2006. anti_bad_terps: started 5 March 2004; c. 40 entries; last entry 23 April 2006. certified_terps: started 2 February 2006; 14 entries, last entry 15 August 2006. itp_students: started 1 February 2006; 14…
I Found Some Other ASL Interpreter Blogs
It wouldn’t be the first time I was the first one on the Internet to do something (see my Style Sheets Demo Page and HyperHaiku), but thankfully, I am not the first ASL interpreter to have a blog. I did some more searching this morning on DeafBlogs and found some other interpreter blogs. Here they…
Where Are The ASL Interpreter Blogs?
Is it possible that mine is the first ASL interpreter blog? I have searched the Internet for other ASL interpreter blogs, and I can’t find any. There are hordes of Deaf Blogs and Vlogs out there—hooray for deaf people!—but where in the blogosphere are my interpreting colleagues? I wonder if there are no ASL interpreter…