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June 29, 2005

Captioning's role in online video searches: Technology news this week on

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New this week on

Originally developed for the Deaf community, closed captioning is now providing some interesting capabilities to a wider audience. Internet-wide searches of a variety of captioned video are now possible, thanks to captioning. Lisa Goldstein looks at a new technology trend that is good for all of us this week on

Also on this week:

* Employment Matters: Kevin McLeod offers tips getting the job you really want by finding and following your passion.

* Cultural Perspectives: Should interpreters be provided at an event, even if there are few if any deaf people attending the event? What's the right level of "accessibility"? Trudy Suggs looks at the role of "phantom interpreters".

* Your thoughts and comments: Readers react to the articles and post their own community experiences. Share, participate and learn together.

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