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YouTube: We know automatic subtitles aren't good enough

YouTube has told Newsbeat it “fully admits” that automatic subtitles, or closed captions, for deaf and hard-of-hearing users are “by no means good enough yet”.



Caption This: Why Adding YouTube Captions Is Key to Video Marketing Success

If YouTube videos are an active part of your content marketing strategy, you probably know the basics for video optimization: good headlines and descriptions, added links, tags and keywords. 59 more words


1st USCU Mobile Deposit

Deposit your checks wherever you are.

Mobile deposit allows you to securely deposit your checks from your mobile phone. No need to visit a branch or mail in your check. 82 more words


Tinder project - the emotional artist

Who is he?
The emotional artist is trying to attract you by posting a picture that is artsy and metaphoric. Like dear Marco here that is using natural sunlight to give the expression of emotional and deep. 100 more words


YouTube’s automatic subtitling comes under fire

For the deaf and hard-of-hearing, subtitles are essential.

Blu-rays, DVDs and TV shows usually feature subtitling as an option, and it’s also something that crops up on streaming media such as YouTube videos. 23 more words


1st USCU Person to Person (P2P) Payments

Send money to friends, family, the babysitter, just about anyone! With P2P, powered by PayPal, you can transfer funds to a person or business from within online banking. 74 more words


TRF for sale?

More about TRF. No editorializing this time, I promise. Or not much.

I discovered something interesting about The Rocketry Forum’s owner. If you poke around TRF it’s hard to find any indication who owns it other than a guy named Austin who posts as “admin”. 216 more words