Notice of Civil Rights Violation

U.S. Department of Education via Fax

I am writing to inform you of a Civil Rights violation that occurred on the campus of LaGuardia Community College on October 15, 2016, and was sponsored by the LaGuardia Program for Deaf Adults, Sorenson Communications and the U.S. Department of Education, as a “Deaf Self-Advocacy” seminar.

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Iron Man 2 and On Demand Political Censorship

Today, Janna and I decided to watch Iron Man 2 today using Comcast/Xfinity’s On Demand Pay Per View service.  We spent $6.00USD and we were able to watch a new, streaming, HD movie that was Closed Captioned — so Janna can joy the show — and boy, did we get a censored earful!

Whiplash!

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CaptionTube for YouTube Records the Human Condition

One of the greatest inventions of modern humankind is Closed Captioning.  When text is wed to image to create memeing for words being spoken, the Deaf are winners included in the learning and in the entertainment and so, too, are those learning a spoken language.  With the announcement of CaptionTube for YouTube videos last week, another massive step forward in the goodness of humanity leapt to the forefront of our technocrat hearts:

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