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Double Standard – “Diversity & Inclusion” for Women Does Not Apply to Deaf Women

A woman in a dark suit holding a sign with a woman symbol in front of herself.

There are many women talking about being underrepresented as conference speakers, experiencing difficulties climbing career ladders, and being paid less than men — without realizing that their female peers with disabilities experience more frustrations than them and even get frustrated with them for being excluded.

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Challenges of Content Preservation in the Digital Age

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For centuries, information has been stored on paper or some sort of analog material, but now that more content is stored digitally, the question now is how to better preserve it? By 2020, the volume of data will increase to roughly 44 zettabytes or 44 trillion GB! It more than doubles every 2 years. Think about huge volumes of photos, videos, emails, documents, social media files, and so on.

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The Year in Review – 2015

It’s been a while since I last wrote blog posts on this website. Many things were going on in the past couple years.

First, I wanted to share the highlight of this year which is publication of my book – it took me a year and half to write, edit, and design as well as attending book publishing events and learning ropes of self publishing. I will write a more detailed blog post about this after the holidays. Meanwhile, you can check out my book online. It’s titled “Sound Is Not Enough: Captioning as Universal Design.”

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