Saturday, March 31, 2007

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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

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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

DeafRead + Extra