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This Excellent Site Links Every Simpsons Quote To It's Episode

The Simpsons is one of the most famous animated shows of all time, and there are so many episodes that it’s difficult to figure which episode you are looking for. 204 more words

Funny

Studio C Valentines

Because making goofy valentines last year was just too fun. And because Studio C is awesome. 

So I actually made these about a month ago. I googled it and they didn’t exist. 286 more words

Humor

Super Accommodations for the Super Bowl

by Chelle George-Wyatt

For years I have mostly stayed home to watch the Super Bowl because I want to watch it the way I want to watch it.   535 more words

Closed Captioning

The Super Bowl as Hard of Hearing

For years I have mostly stayed home to watch the Super Bowl because I want to watch it the way I want to watch it.  Mainly I want to control the captions.   594 more words

Captions

Deaf Cinema Connect - Android app

Hi, you.

I’ve been working on this app for a few weeks, now. It’s coming along nicely. I began it before the Dev hackathon, but have really dug my heels into it, as of late. 172 more words

Dev House

Phonak Blog: 'YouTubers (who caption!)'

I wrote a blog for Phonak Openears Community Blog about… *drumroll*

‘YouTubers (who close caption!)’

Closed captioning is really important because it enables not only Deaf/Hard of Hearing people like myself, but those who don’t speak the language of the video to understand what’s being said in the clip. 181 more words

My favorite YouTubers (who caption!)

Captioning on YouTube has been a hot topic in the deaf/Hard of Hearing world lately, especially among teenagers.

YouTuber Rikki Poynter – Pikachu lover and advocate for closed captioning, who’s also deaf – has sort of led the charge for getting all YouTube videos captioned. 483 more words

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