ASL class video: An unforg...

Looking back over my video assignments from the past 2 years of ASL classes, I recognize a lot of improvement. In my first video, it was hard enough introducing my name, and now I can tell detailed stories and even jokes, and people understand and laugh. (Well, they might’ve laughed at the earlier attempts, but for different reasons!) Our final grade for this semester was a live in-class performance,...

ASL class video: Deaf Humo...

To celebrate the last night of my 4th semester learning American Sign Language, I’m posting yet another of my video assignments from the class. This is perhaps my favorite so far because I get to tell jokes!

ASL class video: Spies of ...

Due to overwhelming lack of demand, I decided to post yet another of my videos from my ASL class. This one is little more than a copy of the story as told by the inimitable Ben Bahan on the book’s DVD—and the story is perhaps a myth, but it’s an interesting tale...

ASL class video: Reveille

So this is a bold move for me, but I’m feeling brave today. For the ASL classes I often have to record videos as assignments and post them for the professor to grade. But what the heck, why don’t I post some of them here too, on the off-chance that some friends and acquaintances (or perfect strangers, for that matter) stumble upon them and have encouraging words or tips & critiques for...

What happened to my iPhone...

Recently I gave up on Android phones and got myself an iPhone 5. And because I wanted to stop paying ridiculous prices for cellular contracts, I made sure to get an unlocked GSM phone so I could use no-contract plans. My first choice of carrier (T-Mobile) didn’t quite pan out, even though they currently have the cheapest “unlimited data” plan–I ran out of voice minutes in one day...

Overview of Lync Server 20...

Recently I volunteered to set up Microsoft Lync Server 2010 as a simple instant messaging system to replace Novell Messenger. Now, Lync and its earlier iterations of Office Communicator Server (OCS) can be a bear to frighteningly complex if you’re configuring all the Unified Messaging features, but our Standard User CALs license only allows us to use the Standard Edition server and basic IM and...
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