KIMT News 3 – Surfing the web has never been easier and new regulations approved today are meant to keep it that way.
The Federal Communications Commission approved controversial “Net Neutrality” rules by a 3-2 vote. 315 more words
In order to fully understand the difference between subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH) and closed captions, first the distinction should be made between subtitles and closed captions.
At the February 17, 2015, Miami-Dade County Public-Private Sector Partnership meeting, the topic of credentialing arose. (It was also a topic of discussion at the 2013 Alliance for Response Miami kick-off forum.) How do cultural stewards gain access to their institutions following a disaster, given the critical need to stabilize the environment and assess damage to collections? 287 more words
This month welcomes TA Professional’s first guest blogger, Laura O’Grady. Laura has a wealth of experience working with Deaf-Blind pupils and I asked her to give an insight into how she uses Objects of Reference to communicate with pupils and develop their language: 490 more words
On Friday, I had the pleasure of presenting to Tech Mahindra’s Innovation Day event at Georgia State. In preparing for this meeting, I researched the massive change that has occurred in technology over the past 25 years – in hopes to shed some insight on what I think will be the future for innovation. 677 more words
Search Engine Land s SMX West conference begins next Tuesday in San Jose. Register now to reserve your spot! The search marketing landscape changes almost daily, but your goals don t. 53 more words