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Sam the Deaf
Sam the Deaf

iOS, what a big closed caption you have!

Computer, I'm Deaf
iOS, what a big closed caption you have!

As we enjoy watch video YouTube with Closed Caption on anything from education to entertainment. As you know, iOS allow to customize the size, color and style to match your prefer. If you haven’t seen it. Here the instruction on how to use. Anyway, I start to notice there is too small or too big font […]

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Sam the Deaf

Search for YouTube with Closed Caption

I'm Deaf
Search for YouTube with Closed Caption

As you know YouTube on smartphone have closed caption available to watch. However, if you’d like search results to only show videos with captions available, enable their search filter: First, you search whatever you like to. For example, I search “Time travel” because I like time machine story stuff to learn. Second, the result show the […]

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Chanelle Dunn

Four Ways to Interpret for the Deafblind

I'm Deaf, Usher Syndrome

Very interesting. The 3rd way is my tactile signing that I use to communicate verbally. It’s “touching” normal sign language that I used before my vision worsened. I use CART for listening to presentations. It’s a type of stenography, like a court reporter. Four different ways to interpret for Deafblind participants #CDPD2030LAC Posted by Colin […]

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Chanelle Dunn

Issue of Productivity Hours

I'm Deaf, Usher Syndrome

In my reading of tax developments, I came across this excerpt that I thought is a good illustration of the issue of productivity hours. Statistics (one source being Deaf Action Center) state that it takes the deaf twice as long as the hearing to perform a task, while it takes the deaf-blind (with a 2nd […]

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