Monday, July 30, 2007

AGBAD cutting Gold fingers

AGB in Arlington, VA for a conference. Deaf group went there for a peace protest. I had a strange thought.

Waiting on the World to Change....Interpreted

a sign language interpretation of the John Mayer song "waiting on the world to change"

Friday, July 20, 2007

Globalization of People's Education: Kaori Takeuchi No.5

15th WFD Plenary Presentation of the Commission on Education: Kaori
Takeuchi, Japan
第15回世界ろう者会議スペイン大会教育基調講演 竹内かおり

Globalization of People's Education. No.4

WFD SPAIN 2007 Commission on Education

Globalization of People's Education. No.3

WFD SPAIN 2007 Commission on Education

Globalization of People's Education. No.2

WFD SPAIN 2007 Commission on Education

Globalization of People's Education. No.1

WFD SPAIN 2007 Commission on Education

ASL (american sign language) number story

One of the fun and special traditions enjoyed and shared by the Deaf Community is signing stories using Number or Alphabet hand shapes. In these stories, various hand shapes do not stand for the numbers and letters themselves, but are used as signs or gestures to convey concepts. They are signed in alphabetical or numerical order, and used in amazing ways to sign or act out a story. Video excerpt from American Sign Language for Families video series by Color of Language.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Opening WFD Madrid - SWDA

Opening WFD congres. SWDA team

AWI FILM DEAF - The Quarterfoil ( Čtyřlístek )TRAILER

Fatefull meeting of two deaf people , who meet in luck and be in love. From their love become normal son (not deaf). The story is about him and his positron to his patente. How does the quaterfoil answer??? (less than a minute trailer movie)
Drama, Czech Republic, 2007, 15 min.

Production: Panský Kamil
Director: Gavelčík Miroslav
Starring: Klofáč Ondřej, Novotná Darina, Bovkun Sergej Josef

Wednesday, July 18, 2007



Translate to English:


Wfd Congreso 2007


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WFD Congreso Madrid 2007


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Deaf Lesbian Festival Launches New Website

The Deaf Lesbian Festival (DLF) Committee has launched a New Website with information about its upcoming 5th Biennial Deaf Lesbian Festival, which is slated for June 25-29, 2008 in San Francisco. Jennifer Ann Cook (JAC) is the Chair.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

DackVirnig (YouTube) - deaf man tell storytelling in ASL

This is my second video of ASL storytelling on youtube, it is about the dude who go crazy after the bottle of Mountain Dew. Let's find out what would happen to him if he drink whole of the bottle of Mountain Dew?

gijsbrug (YouTube) - SWDA WFD Dag 0

Aankomst van SWDA team bij WFD congres te Madrid

Translate to English:

Arrival of SWDA team at WFD congress in Madrid

Monday, July 16, 2007

zeroxingboy2 (YouTube): joke in asl

rich man invite anyone come to his house to have a part. Rich man make a deal

WFD Madrid 2007 - Episode 3

Before the congress. Sunday 15 july.
Go to visit

Sunday, July 15, 2007

WFD Madrid 2007 - Episode 2

go to visit my vlog site

Friday, July 13, 2007

WFD Madrid 2007 Episode 1

Congress WFD 2007

Wednesday, July 11, 2007


jdalcaieded-(YouTube) I learned something new about grants.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

CAD Ray hello them

.mov trans to youtube video work.

Sunday, July 8, 2007

Deaf Comedian Ritchie B.

Fred Armisen as deaf comedian Ritchie B. With Kenan Thompson

The Deaf Man Trailer

The Deaf Man Trailer

Posted May 16, 2007

A short film directed and written by DJ Kurs, Produced by Julia Dameron, starring Howie Seago & James K. Flynn. Music by Clay Stevenson.


Release Year: 2007

Saturday, July 7, 2007

NesmithProductions (YouTube) - Pulp Fiction Remake (2003)

Remake of prologue to Pulp Fiction in American Sign Language

SUNDEG80 (YouTube) - Deaf and Intelligence

Deaf people made fun of other deaf people because of their intelligence and their education background. Deaf people should accept them who they are and to learn to get along with others.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

How I Made $25,000 In Adsense

How I Made $25,000 In Adsense - Click here for more blooper videos

Here's a proof of how I made $25,000 in one day.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Summary of the eight point policy

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 8

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 7

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 6

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 5

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 4

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 3

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 2

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Eight Point Policy # 1

OAD's response to Ministry of Education's position on eight point policy

Monday, June 18, 2007

The OAD President's update

The Ministry of Education's response to the eight points policy

The Star Spangled Banner in American Sign Language - ASL

Visit for songs beautifully performed in American Sign Language. Order a DVD copy of The Patriotic Spirit... Songs in ASL on DVD, and enjoy The Star Spangled Banner, America The Beautiful, and other great songs in digital quality worthy of your Home Theatre. The Patriotic Spirit DVD also includes Slow Motion Study Versions for each title.

Friday, June 15, 2007

"What a Wonderful World" Sign Language for 2nd Graders! :-)

A 2nd grade teacher asked me to show the kids some signs to go along with this song they'll be performing on the last day of school. There may be some future Signers there, so I kept it simple not wanting to frustrate them! :-)

The Kidsongs TV Show-- Sandra Carpe Interview

This is a season 1 question time interview with Sandra Carpe. Sandra is deaf and she was on the show to help the kids learn more about the deaf.

Deaf News (funny)

What deaf people really talk about...

- Team Antonsen

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Interpreting Tidbits: Terrorism

I watched her video and I was not sure about her created signs for entry deaf commuity. I don't know her, maybe she found some signs from the books or their countries or herself?

Look at her video and link under video.

Sign Language Dictionaries have a difficult time keeping up with current events and modern day issues. Here are some Signs to help bridge that gap. For the full video, go to our website at

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Helen Keller

I found this old film inspired me about Helen Adams Keller, the deafblind American author, activist and lecturer almost 9 min.

Monday, June 11, 2007

Women's Facial Expressions

Women's Facial Expressions

Read Your Girlfriend as an Open Book

Finally, there is a guide to women's facial expressions and how to provoke each one in your own girlfriend. Note: use it at your own risk. The original was published here, so I did the translation, and intend to broaden the scope a little, with your help. Send in the pics of other emotions, not covered here, for example: "uncontrolled anger", "sheer excitement", "love is in the air", "ecstasy from shopping" etc.

Ladies, take heart! Male expressions are even easier to read, with a help of this handy smiley chart:

(images credit:

Thursday, June 7, 2007

YouTube launches new look for embedded videos

YouTube launches new look for embedded videos

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YouTube has been slowly rolling out a new interface for its flash videos, making it easier for viewers to get sucked into hours and hours of watching pointless online videos of cats dancing.

The new interface shows related videos when you scroll over the bottom of the screen with your cursor. While selected videos on YouTube have had the new design for a while, it's just starting to pop up on videos embedded in blogs.

So now visitors to your website can watch a bunch of videos that you'd never intended to show them without leaving your page. That's, umm.. cool, right?

YouTube's also made it a bit easier to embed videos on your site by adding buttons with the URL and embed code at the end of the video.

[via Google Blogoscoped]

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

"Nervous Model"

ASL Literature course is a part of the ASL & Literacy Instructor Program at George Brown College in Toronto. I am storysigning a "ABC" story about "Nervous Model"

Introduction to Theatre Captioning

Vox Pops from STAGETEXT's "Introduction to Theatre Captioning" DVD

Saturday, June 2, 2007

Pinky tells Real Story Videophone Video Relay Service

In this series of dramatized vignettes, Pinky explores the world of video relay interpreting from both the Deaf and interpreter perspectives with her own special brand of humor. Use this DVD to:

- learn about the challenges of VRS
- see what "the other side" experiences
- explore the issues

Deaf Driver - Keith Wann show

Keith does a skit about his Deaf mother driving. From his dvd.

Flashio - Keith Wann the ASL song guru!

Keith does one of his characters, a cha-head coda whos uses ASL to songs to show his skills.

Friday, June 1, 2007

Keith Wann and FREE FOOD on the ship! and Keith Wann together on the biggest ship in the world, Freedom! Check out Keith preparing for Deaf Freedom October 2007.

Thursday, May 31, 2007

What's wrong with being deaf?

Clip from the PBS documentary, "Through Deaf Eyes" A very good inspirational statement that every deaf person should see.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007


A video clip from The Rosa Lee Show

Sign Videos

Monday, May 28, 2007

There Once Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly! On the Last Saturday of the month at Borders Books on Rainbow and Lake Mead in Las Vegas, NV; We Sign Children's Stories at 11:00 am. This months story was this cute one by Pam Adams.

This is Presented and Interpreted by The American Sign Language Social

Comments Welcome!

Friday, May 25, 2007

My Life In The Hearing World... (subtitled)

My Life In The Hearing World... - Watch the top videos of the week here

Several hilarious stories of being a deaf person in a hearing

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Miss Deaf World 2006 in Prague (Picture Slide)

15.07.2006 on 20.00 will be Miss Deaf World 2006 final in Prague, Czechy. 10 girls from world will be start in final. Deaf girls from left: 1.Vice-miss Maryna Chuchriy from Ukraine, Miss Deaf World Ivana Novelic (Miss Serbia and Montenegro), II-vice Viera Zliechovcova from Slovakia, Miss Sympathy Angeligue Verstraete from Belgium

Summer Nights from "Grease" performed in American Sign Language

Excellent production, great actors, very cool video.

Monday, May 21, 2007

ASL I Want to Hold Your Hand

American Sign Language talent show 2007.

Song: I Want to Hold Your Hand
By: The Beatles

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Sign Language Son of a Preacher Man

Made this video for a friend - it's Son of a Preacher Man in British Sign Language (BSL) - more stuff like this on - I know it's not perfect, but it's for a friend!

Friday, May 18, 2007

Ameslan = American Sign Language

I notice ASL has three different stands for. First, we know ASL = American Sign Language, other many of you know A,S,L stand for Age Sex and Location but many of them typed asl and last one ASL stand for has several or more (The Association for Symbolic Logic), (Acoustic Scintillation Flow), (Adaptive Systems Laboratory), (Aged Stock Ltd), (alternate sound of life), (American School in London), (Auto Service-Leasing) and more!

Maybe Deaf people will find specific American Sign Language alone word short is Ameslan vlog, ameslan video or anything you can search for but only using with ameslan. It will be more easier for all of us to search deafsphere on the net. Maybe ameslan might be useful on the net. We sign in the air and we still using ASL but typing shall be ameslan. Because it will be more easier for DeafRead, DeafVIDEO.TV and Podcast (iTunes) and deaf users of course!

American Sign Language Tutoring

American Sign Language Tutoring

We are happy to announce our ability to offer American Sign Language tutoring via our website. We are able to offer virtual ASL tutoring and in-person tutoring. The choice is all yours!


Thursday, May 17, 2007

More Learning ASL

More Learning ASL

By Dennis | May 16, 2007

Attempting this mostly on my own, I don’t have time for a class right now and only one native signer to help (who I don’t want to drive crazy), is definitely a challenge. I bought six books the other night. Various methods and types of learning in each of them. Some explain grammar and sentence structure, which is very helpful, and others concentrate on signs themselves. I think the combination will go a long way to getting me started successfully.

I’m noticing that the structure of ASL is much easier than English. I know that sounds totally opposite of what should be expected, but I tend to think in simple terms, ideas, rather than full sentences. This will help me grasp the proper way to sign, since I kind of do it anyway. The part that will not come naturally is adding the body language and facial expression required to properly express things. I generally speak evenly and with little expression.

One book doesn’t even really go into the signs so far, it shows you them in drawings, but doesn’t get into detail. Instead, it concentrates on word order, grammar, and body expression first. I think that by making you go through the signs without explaining them, but rather using them to explain something else, it will make me learn them better. It shows you the signs, and then talks about why they are in the particular order, and what you should be doing with the rest of your body while making them. I like this approach. So anyway, I’ve started, now I need to find some sort of rhythm to keep me going.

If I can find a local Deaf organization which will accept me I can get much more practical exposure. I still haven’t found anything that looks promising and NYC is too far away for something daily or close to it.

In the mean time, I will continue reading the books, and bothering Ben when I see him. Maybe that way I won’t look like too much of a fool when I approach people to get involved. Either way, I feel confident this is something I can do, maybe not easily, but definiely eventually. Wish me luck.


If you want some comments then please go to The Talkie's blog

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

The Denver Post - YouTube U., The Virtual Professors

The Denver Post - YouTube U., The Virtual Professors

Demos from science experiments to shirt-folding bring expert status to amateur instructors.

By Michael Booth
Denver Post Staff Writer


YouTube U.jpgVideo may have killed the radio star, but YouTube has transformed dozens of self-described geeks into celebrity how-to instructors.

The weird-science guy from Ohio.

That St. Paul guitarist who knows all the complex chords for Hmong rock songs.

Those, um, multitalented Brazilian women who can swing their tassles in opposite directions.

You can learn just about anything at the University of YouTube. Cooking classes, computer instruction, foreign-language lessons, homework help, it’s all there, by amateur instructors eager to demonstrate everything from sign language to shirt-folding.

Video sites now allow enthusiasts the world over to share their esoteric knowledge with a potential audience of millions. Talent and circumstance occasionally pluck these natural-born teachers from obscurity to an Internet prominence they never dreamed of.

“I’m getting 200 to 300 e-mail messages a day, just on my YouTube account,” said Greg Kopec, an Ohio computer-networking expert whose series “Do Try This at Home” has become a YouTube favorite.

YouTube editors chose Kopec’s third novelty-science video - balancing forks and a toothpick on a drinking glass, then setting the toothpick on fire - as a featured pick. Within days, more than 74,000 people had watched his 2-minute, 50-second trick.

The how-to videos can be a lively resource for fellow amateurs seeking a specific skill. Short Internet videos are perfect, for example, for demonstrating basic guitar chords to new students. A St. Paul man under the moniker “Stainmeister” gets rave reviews for his guitar demos, which he launched a year ago to promote his native Hmong music.

“If you want to find the chords to, say, music by U2, all you do is Google ‘U2 chord’ and voila!” said Valeng Cha, whose day job is director of the Center for Southeast Asian Research and Education. “But what if you’re Hmong, love Hmong music, and want to learn how to play your favorite Hmong tunes?”

More than 13,000 people have watched Cha’s first posting, chords to a song by the most popular Hmong rock band, The Sounders. He’s now posted 28 other how-to videos, and they’ve been watched more than 152,000 times. Last time he played at a karaoke bar in St. Paul, a stranger came up and asked, “Hey, are you Stainmeister, the guy with all those YouTube videos?”

“I am fairly shocked how YouTube has exposed my ‘hidden talents’ to the world,” Cha said.

Free web videos also give fans the chance to learn from professionals whose work they already admire. The lead guitarist for the acclaimed Austin band Mother Truckers, Josh Zee, has posted brief lessons in country and blues guitar riffs that serve as both savvy publicity and gifts to the audience. Rockabilly legend Brian Setzer can be found giving picking seminars on outtakes from Japanese television.

Standing in front of the WorldWide Classroom, of course, also subjects every wannabe teacher to masses of abuse. The video “How to Get Away From a Carjacker” was viewed more than 300,000 times, with more than a few hecklers observing, “They should rename this ‘How to Get Shot During a Carjacking.”‘

Another hazard of web popularity is the same drawback of “interconnectedness” seen by indie rock stars, fiction writers or other artists who promote themselves by speaking directly to the public. Being popular with “the little people” can be a lot of work.

Kopec spends up to an hour and a half boiling his science tricks down to a 4-minute video, then faces daily requests for more tricks. And those 200 to 300 e-mails keep pouring in daily, expecting replies.

He’d love to turn the videos into some kind of paid “Mr. Wizard” series, seeing as how his hobby is quickly becoming a chore.

“Teaching is my passion,” Kopec said. “But teaching doesn’t pay that well.”

Staff writer Michael Booth can be reached at 303-954-1767 or at

Welcome to ASL Literature Vlog

Welcome to ASL Literature Vlog

ALIP = ASL & Literacy Instructor Program ALIP Students of George Brown College in Toronto will be contributing to this Vlog. continued

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter - Wee Sign class is May 17

Wee Sign class is May 17

Herald Times Reporter

MANITOWOC — Holy Family Memorial is offering Wee Sign, a sign language class for children age 9 to 36 months and their parents.

The next session will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, at Lakeshore Pediatrics, 4303 Michigan Ave.

Participants will be taught the purpose of child sign language, frequently used signs and the sign language alphabet.

Families should bring a blanket for the floor and a quiet, non-battery-operated toy such as a set of blocks, a puzzle or stacking rings. Children should also bring a favorite book.

The class is taught by Paula Johnson, certified sign language instructor with Holy Family Memorial’s Pediatric Therapy Department.

The class also will be offered on Thursdays: July 19, Sept. 20 and Nov. 15.

The cost of the class is $20. For more information, or to register, call 920-320-2899.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

Friday, April 6, 2007

Deaf Rave on video

Deaf Rave

‘Organised by deaf people for deaf people’

For more information, check


Saturday, March 31, 2007

Learn Sign Language School NYC - new york clases/talleres clasificados -

Learn Sign Language School NYC

Learn Sign Language School NYC
colocado: March 30, 2007

Learn Sign Language School NYC - American Sign Language (ASL). Lots of fun. Sign up early today!

Friday, March 30, 2007

sign language put to good use

they are not mute but why use sign language?
find out why ~

Thursday, March 29, 2007 | Learn Sign Language

Learn Sign Language:

Learn Sign Language

"Learn Sign Language

Curious about sign language and want to learn it? This informational course will provide you with resources for becoming a fluent signer. Each week you will be referred to resources that will help you to learn sign language. The weekly topics are: finding a sign language class, other resources for learning sign language, practicing sign language, and sign language uses." --> Go to subscribe

Friday, March 23, 2007

ASL Poems and Songs

ASL Poems and Songs:

Poetry in motion: Here are the words Francis Scott Key penned in 1814, the words we all know so well, performed in American Sign Language. Beautiful.

Vibe's Space Gate 38,800-watt bass tunnel

Vibe's Space Gate 38,800-watt bass tunnel: "

Staring into the negative space of the Vibe Space Gate, your sad, pathetic little human life flashes before your eyes. What will happen when you walk into the arch of 36 Space II subs on 16 amps? Will it suck all of the oxygen out of the room? Will your heart realign beats to match the thump of the track? Will your skin melt off? Most importantly, will this finally be enough bass to make our 2 Live Crew remasters sound the way they were truly intended? We just don't know, but something tells us stepping through it will take you StarGate-like into a new universe of hearing loss -- ready?

Hobart and William Smith Colleges :: News Releases

Hobart and William Smith Colleges :: News Releases: "Advanced ASL

An Advanced Level American Sign Language class meets from 5 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in Library Room 2008.

The course is for those proficient enough to converse without using voice, and who can understand instruction in ASL.

For details, call ext. 3832 or e-mail Pam Lambert, the instructor, at"

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Beginning Sign Language

Beginning Sign Language: "A beginning Level 1 class in American Sign Language meets from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday in Library Room 2008.

No prior knowledge of ASL is required.

For details, call ext. 3832 or e-mail Pam Lambert, the instructor, at"

ASL Level 2 class

ASL Level 2 class: "A Level 2 class in American Sign Language meets from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday in Library Room 2008.

The series is for those who know the manual alphabet, numbers, grammar and some more.

For details, call ext. 3832 or e-mail Pam Lambert, the instructor, at"

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Fair aims to make deaf community visible

Fair aims to make deaf community visible

But Leff wasn’t part of a club campaigning outside the Memorial Union Tuesday - she was trying to raise awareness for deaf people.

Leff helped coordinate the first ASU American Sign Language Festival at the MU to help raise deaf awareness at ASU. The festival ends today.

“My goal is to educate the campus community,” Leff, an ASL lecturer at ASU, said through an interpreter. “I want to make them aware of the deaf community.”

Students can learn about the deaf community by visiting the festival’s various booths dedicated to famous deaf people, history and advances in technology, Leff added.

“Deaf people are alive and are in the campus community,” she said. “They can do anything that anyone else can.”

While those passing by caught a glimpse of the deaf community’s heritage Tuesday, those who stopped to check out the festival could sit in a nine-minute express class teaching basic sign language, she …

Friday, March 16, 2007

Something create for a new ASL

I have been though and search for some words for sign language but I could not gauge nor find these words for sign language. How about we could discuss about it or some of you know sign language and please let us know what you know, it would be appreciate if your vLog with ASL.

Interpreters are welcome for idea or suggest for sign language in any words when it was too often word without sign language. Deaf community and ASL Interpreter community shall be discuss together for create a few words for sign language, let's start with "indeed" what sign is it? We need ASL for indeed.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Driving While Texting May Be Illegal in Oregon, Washington

Crackberry addicts may have to deal with Johnny Law if they're caught texting while in the driver's seat if lawmakers in Oregon and Washington get their way.

The Wall Street Journal published a story Wednesday about state legislators writing laws to define a new driving offense, DWT or "Driving While Texting." It appears that lawmakers have been spurred into action by the increasing number of accidents that have occurred where electronic and wireless devices were being used by drivers.

Several states already have laws on the books about the use of cell phones while driving, but I wonder if this latest move to ban texting might be overkill. I mean, I'm sure most people would agree that text messaging or using a Blackberry while driving is not a good idea. But do we really need a law to spell that out? I know for a fact that cell phones and BlackBerries are not the only things that distract people when they're driving.

What about a screaming baby in the backseat? I've seen lots of people on the road hike themselves over the driver's seat of their car, completely turning their entire bodies away from the road, to reach on the floor for a lost binky to pacify a screaming toddler. And I don't see anybody banning babies from cars.

If you think about it, just about anything can be a distraction and potentially cause an accident. When I was 16-years-old, literally a week after I got my driver's license, I crashed into a telephone pole, because I was tuning the car radio. I've never heard of legislators trying to ban radios from cars. In fact, you can't buy a car today without a radio, CD player, and a dashboard as complicated as the control panel of a 747. (Luckily, I live in Manhattan and don't have to get behind the wheel very often.)

And then there are the personal navigator GPS systems from companies like TomTom, which are specifically made for cars. You can't tell me that people looking at one of those navigator maps or typing in a destination address for directions haven't gotten into accidents.

Maybe the answer isn't more legislation, but simply more common sense.

Friday, March 9, 2007

Ping Pong

Almost 8 minute long video humor story by Joseph Davis.

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Boys singing while using Sign Language for the Deaf

Deaf International Spanish 2007

"International" Sign Language

There is no "universal sign language" or real "international sign language." There is a sign form called Gestuno that was developed by a committee of the World Federation of the Deaf. It's not really a language, more a vocabulary of signs that they all agree to use at international meetings. But no one really signs Gestuno as a native language, just as no one really uses Esperanto as their native spoken language*. In Europe, because of the increasing trade and mobility, there is a lingua franca being developed, a creole sign language that some have taken to calling International Sign Language. But neither Gestuno or the new European creole are true natural languages from the linguistic perspective. Perhaps as a new generation of Deaf Euro-kids grows up, they will develop a new, natural Euro-sign language.

Best interpreter in the WORLD

Deaf Ninja

Deaf Ninja

Austin’s use of ASL Classifiers is superb! A must-see for anyone who is learning or knows ASL (American Sign Language)! I especially love how Austin moves his body and hands to look almost like he’s performing out-of-this-world Matrix-like movements! It’s ASL cinematography at its best! Austin, I applaud his work! It’s ingenious!

DeafRead + Extra