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March 9, 2006

more jays

a zen movie was just sent to me. just birds and peanuts. quite soothing...especially with the chimes in the background.

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I think you have a nice idea. You're TOO creative. What exactly are you looking for in feed back? Ideas for learning toys or an organization to take hold of your idea, maybe?

Posted by: applespice [TypeKey Profile Page] at March 9, 2006 7:07 PM

Um...I posted on the wrong one. The bird movie is nice too. But I meant to post on the idea below the bird/peanut/zen thing. Sorry about that. I promise to try harder next time....

Posted by: applespice [TypeKey Profile Page] at March 9, 2006 7:12 PM

That is so pretty - do you know what state/area that is? It was 91 degrees where I live yesterday - it's just not winter and that was so pretty in the picture with all the trees, rain, wind etc...

Posted by: nutinashell [TypeKey Profile Page] at March 11, 2006 12:39 PM

Thats a pretty big task. You need a lot of different specialists! I am an audiologist which means I look after children with a hearing loss (in America you have to call them Hard of Hearing -welcome to Political correctness!. It may be that some of these kids in third world countries need hearing aids before they need laptops!

And maybe the same goes for children with other disabilities hence the lack of funding for things like laptops. However, the internet is an incredibly liberating and valuable thing for a deaf child. It is one medium where you do not need to hear. It overcomes the isolation of not being able to communicate easily with most of the population. So laptops for these kids would give them a wonderful means to discover the world and make friends. Also things like free skype video chat, once it is able to transmit in real time, will also open up signed conversation to anyone anywhere in the world!

Posted by: Simone [TypeKey Profile Page] at March 13, 2006 5:17 AM

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