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January 26, 2006

DEAF TECH and SPORTS NEWS: Video on cell phones and Deaf pro athletes

From: i711relay - Jan 26, 2006

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* NEW * BITS, BYTES, AND BAUDOT by Lisa A. Goldstein - Video relay
on a cell phone? Lip-reading "avatars"? With fresh news from the
Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Lisa looks at what the
future might hold for assistive technology.

* NEW * GOAL POSTS by Chris Kaftan - Where are all the professional
deaf athletes? Chris looks both at the familiar faces from history,
and some of the newer Deaf faces in Sports today. Visit:

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