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Posted on: Tue Jan 17, 2012, 07:49 AM


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Wow, no kidding, thanks for sharing this article...
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Yes, indeed, long time! LOL
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QUOTE (shengchieh @ Fri Dec 11, 2009, 08:59 PM) *
Is the sign for v and 2 the same? Or am I missing something? If different, what is it?
I know some people sign 2 with the palm faced inward. Is it okay to sign 2 with the palm
faced outward as you do with a v?

Sheng-Chieh

Yes, not missing something...
yes, they do and yes it's ok...

It depends on the context of sentence and what you are saying.

If spelling then palm faced outward. if number then inward. still ok if outward when not spelling for example some would sign "age two" with palm facing outward.
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Posted on: Wed Aug 19, 2009, 06:24 PM


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*bump*
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Posted on: Sat Nov 22, 2008, 01:42 PM


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Hi Michelle, Welcome to Deaf Online!

I don't recommend pasting the email addresses in the body of post, you are exposing to spammer which they will harvest. I have removed and I recommend that members contact you by sending email thru DOL by clicking on your name and go from there.

Redundant posts are not needed, just one topic would do and one section would do.

For your information, I have deleted one of your redundant topics and moved to proper section that is related to captioning.
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Posted on: Wed Nov 5, 2008, 04:25 PM


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Dana, no need to create redundant topics in different section. ONE topic one section is sufficient enough!

DOL members will click "View New Posts" above at top and see your topic so we don't need to see 4 topics about SAME thing. Thanks!
  Forum: Tech. General Discussion · Post Preview: #89731 · Replies: 1 · Views: 11,778

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Posted on: Tue Aug 19, 2008, 09:02 PM


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Today is the 7th year running of Deaf Online!

Thanks for your continued visits and lurking!

The update/upgrade hasn't begun yet but postponed to sometime this month.

Thanks to all for becoming member of DOL and really hope you will continue to stop by here again.

Cheers!
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Posted on: Tue Aug 12, 2008, 01:26 PM


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FDA Reaches Settlement with California Hearing Device Maker

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 17, 200

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FDA Reaches Settlement with California Hearing Device Maker

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reached a settlement with California hearing device manufacturer Advanced Bionics LLC and its president and CEO Jeffrey Greiner over alleged violations of federal law. The alleged violations involved the failure to notify the FDA of a change of outside supplier or vendor, which may have exposed patients to unnecessary health risks, such as device failure and surgery.

Under the terms of the settlement, agreed to on July 14, 2008, Advanced Bionics will pay a civil money penalty of $1.1 million. Greiner will pay $75,000.

On July 7, 2003, Advanced Bionics received FDA approval to market the HiRes90k Implantable Cochlear Stimulator, an implant surgically placed under the skin behind the ear to treat profound hearing loss in some adults and children. The FDA regulates cochlear implants as Class III devices—the most stringent regulatory category for medical devices.

The FDA’s complaint against Advanced Bionics, filed November 2007 and amended July 7, 2008, alleges that Advanced Bionics shipped cochlear implants to customers in the United States without first filing appropriate supplemental information with the FDA, including notice of a change of a component supplier. The failure to submit supplemental information prevented the FDA from being able to evaluate the potential impact of the changes on the safety and effectiveness of the device.

As a result, the FDA considered those devices—shipped to health care providers across the country after the company changed suppliers—to be adulterated, as they were no longer covered by the agency’s original product approval, granted in 2003.

In March 2006, Advanced Bionics conducted a recall of the unimplanted devices containing components from the unapproved supplier, because of excessive moisture that could leak into the devices and cause device failure and possible surgery.

The FDA’s complaint also stated that two devices containing the component from the unapproved supplier were shipped by Advanced Bionics after the March 2006 recall and subsequently implanted in patients.

Advanced Bionics and Greiner agreed to settle the complaint without admitting liability, and must remit payment to the U.S. Treasury within 10 days of settlement.

Advanced Bionics LLC, is based in Sylmar, Calif.

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Posted on: Tue Aug 12, 2008, 04:02 AM


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A Upgrade to this community site will occur this week.

The Board will be upgraded to latest version which has tons of new features as well as bug fixes and there are some feature which DOL can also act as a social networking site.

Tour of features of IPB 2.3 can be viewed at;
http://community.ipslink.com/board/features/

The Blog and Gallery will be upgraded as well.

So when the upgrade get underway, DOL will be closed to public till the upgrade is done.

FYI: DOL's 6th anniversary is coming up a week.
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Posted on: Tue Jul 15, 2008, 06:40 PM


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Advanced Bionics' FDA Settlement


(IMG:http://bionicear.com/UserFiles/File/FDA%20Settlement%202008.pdf)
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Posted on: Thu Jul 3, 2008, 07:38 PM


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just pasting the link for the device mentioned in the article above

Otologics Prosthesis
for Conductive and Mixed Loss
http://www.otologics.com/
  Forum: Research in the News · Post Preview: #89505 · Replies: 1 · Views: 2,696

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Posted on: Wed Jul 2, 2008, 05:47 PM


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QUOTE (HHIssues @ Wed Jul 2, 2008, 07:47 AM) *
Never know it could happen sooner rather than later. After all, weren't some of the past inventions, including some of the well known ones, were a result of an "accident" or a "mistake". ? (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)


Oh yeah (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)
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Posted on: Wed Jul 2, 2008, 06:00 AM


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This could be good news some 20-30 years into the future for those with damage in the cells that transform sound waves in the ear into nerve impulses in the brain.


True... but good to hear that it is being worked on.. .
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Posted on: Wed Jul 2, 2008, 05:54 AM


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I haven't seen all of them yet to determine which is best...
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Posted on: Tue Jun 17, 2008, 08:57 AM


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This is fantastic news that it is coming back... then I am glad my new turntable I bought last winter is going to be useful! ( I got it in order to rip my vinyls to digital for portability.) I'll be starting to buy vinyls again as long I get my hand on any classic rock albums!

oh here's the link for Rolling Stone article!
Vinyl Returns in the Age of MP3 : Rolling Stone
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Of course here's the Greatest Album...

The RS 500 Greatest Albums of All Time : Rolling Stone

I gotta agree with RS that Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is the number 1.
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The 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time : Rolling Stone

I see few bands or singers I liked;

The Who (my fave)
The Kinks
Cream
Van Halen
Led Zepplin
Springsteen
Black Sabbath
Prince
U2
Queen
Dire Straits
Pink Floyd
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Lyrnyrd Skynyrd
The Police
ZZ Top
Tom Petty
Joan Jett
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I read where kottke.org said "There's a lot to disagree with on this list."

(IMG:http://www.tccandler.com/images/top100posters/best%20poster%20of%20all%20time%20BANNER.jpg)


So visit TCCANDLER.com -- The 100 Best Movie Posters of All Time and what do you think? Do you agree with the list? I do not see "Mad Max" listed... hmph!

This is Mad Max poster I am talking about below
(IMG:http://www.moviegoods.com/Assets/product_images/1020/189134.1020.A.jpg)

This is my favorite poster and I once owned this poster but it was either stolen or lost during moving. (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/sad.gif)

If you got a favorite movie poster, post here as well if you want to! Mad Max is also my favorite movie!
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Bicycling it isn’t always easy. Busy streets, honking horns, and inadequate city funding for bike lanes and paths can make bicycling an uphill battle. However, with green in the news, the economy in a slump, and summer on its way, it’s getting easier to find reasons why there are some 1.4 billion bicycles and only about 400 million cars in the world today.

Read more at;
17 Reasons Why Bicycles Are the Most Popular Vehicle in the World Today : EcoWorldly
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Posted on: Mon Jun 16, 2008, 02:56 PM


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Both sites are good source though... but to learn ASL, it is better to take ASL Classes than rely on those sites alone (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

As for using sign with kids that are not of school age yet.. can try Baby Signs
http://www.signingbaby.com/main/

https://www.babysigns.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=aboutus.main

http://books.google.com/books?id=_L4DnxWOJK4C

Cheers!
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Posted on: Mon Jun 16, 2008, 02:51 PM


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Ah good for Moderate to severe loss candidate... It is a middle ear implant not cochlear implant in case other are asking which is this.

Thanks for sharing!
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Posted on: Mon Jun 16, 2008, 02:47 PM


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Welcome back...
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QUOTE (rematore @ Mon Jun 16, 2008, 01:33 PM) *
What about Netflix? I saw it on netflix....are those fake too. You should totally sell this now. As you know it is a difficult decision that many people face; as a result, your movie has provoked a great deal of interest from our community.

You should try to make it specially available to us. I'm sure many of us would pay a premium to see it now.


Yes, Netflix is good not fake, They don't have it now for renting but it just display "Save" button instead of "Add" their message for that movie is "This movie has not been released on DVD. Future availability is not guaranteed."
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Posted on: Thu Jun 12, 2008, 12:42 PM


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Performance,

Please do not make redundant or duplicate threads on DOL. Once is good enough... Thank you! Other duplicates has been deleted.
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Posted on: Mon May 26, 2008, 02:08 PM


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Dear Friends of the documentary film, "Hear and Now":


"Hear and Now" is currently airing through June 22 on HBO.


Because of the popularity and critical acclaim of the film, dubious sellers
on the internet are claiming they can sell you a DVD of Hear and Now.
*Please note that any sale of the Hear and Now DVD currently on the internet
is a scam and you will not get the DVD you pay for. It is illegal to both
manufacture and purchase pirated DVDs. As a consumer, purchasing a DVD
through unlicensed vendors is not only against the law, it hurts films and
filmmakers.



The film will be released for institutional distribution (universities,
schools, research and medical centers) in June 2008 and released for Home
Video purchase and rental in early 2009. Please stay updated by visiting
the official Vermilion Films website to learn more about Hear and Now,
future release dates and film festival screenings around the world.


http://www.vermilionpictures.com/hearandnow


Thank you,

Irene Taylor Brodsky

Director, "Hear and Now"


820 N. River Street, #201
Portland, OR 97227 USA
studio: (503) 287-3329
cell: (503) 709-6665

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