Issue #7 – Saturday August 2nd 1995

THE DEAF MAGAZINE

                                 Issue # 7

                             Saturday August 2nd  1995 

Today's Topics:


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File  1: Welcome to 7th Issue
File  2: Letters to Editor
File  3: Introuction to Deaf Magazine's Gopher Site 
File  4: Introuction to Deaf Magazine's FTP Site 
File  5: Introuction to Deaf Magazine's WWW Site
File  6: Issues can be Faxed to Ya!
File  7: A student finding a listserv related to this topic.
File  8: Can you help?
File  9: Finger Spelling Tutor
File 10: looking for info
File 11: Re: Finger Spelling Tutor
File 12: IS IT THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS INTERNET GAME ON PLANET EARTH?

 

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File 1:
From: Deaf-Admin@Deaf-Magazine.Org
Date: August 2nd 1995
Subject: Welcome to 7th Issue!


Welcome to 7th Issue! I would  like to thank Jim Jones (jimj@Clark.Net)
and Jamie Clark, Owner of Clark Internet Services (Jamie@Clark.net) for 
getting me set up for the Deaf Magazine List and ftp site. A very big 
thanks to InterNic for registering Deaf-Magazine.Org Domain for the
host on GetNet. Another thanks to One of our GetNet Staff, Darin 
Wayrynen (darin@getnet.com) for setting up my domain in GetNet's Name 
Server. This will be a Digist, So, I will be sending it often as the
mail comes in and enough amount of mail for it. Please send messages to 
me at Deaf-Admin@Deaf-Magazine.Org or Deaf Related Artcles to
me  at Artcles@Deaf-Magazine.Org... Any Questions for the Editor only 
can be mailed to Deaf-Admin@Deaf-Magazine.Org. 
If you people missed the past 5 issues, it can be obained by ftp follow
Instructions in file 4 or Gopher by following Instructions in file 3 or 
WWW web page instructions in file 5.
I have opened another way for those who have no internet mailbox, see file
6 for Certain areas we can fax issues to you :-) Our Fax is (602) 944-1510.
Be sure you write or type attn: Nathan Prugh  and GetNet will forward 
it to me.


GOOD NEWS: WE HAVE 3,000 SUBSCRIBERS! KEEP GROWING! (including former 
subscribers)


Nathan Prugh
Deaf Magazine Editor

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File 2:
From: Deaf-Admin@Deaf-Magazine.org
Date: August 2nd 1995
Subject: Letters to Editor

No Letters today!

Keep those letters and comments comming!

Write letters to Editor at: Letters@Deaf-Magazine.org
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File 3:
From: Nathan Prugh <guardian@deaf-magazine.org>
Date: August 2nd 1995
Subject: Intro to Deaf Magazine's Gopher site 


Instructions (Follow carefully)

1. Gopher to gopher.getnet.com
2. Pick MISC
3. Pick Disablity 

Simple!! :-)


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File 4:
From: Nathan Prugh <guardian@deaf-magazine.org>
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 1994 18:46:03 
Subject: Intro to Deaf Magazine's FTP site


 
 
 
 FTP to FTP.Deaf-Magazine.org
 cd to pub then
 cd to deaf.magazine

 
 Anonymous Ftping Is supported!
 
 
 
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File 5: 
From: Deaf-Admin@Deaf-Magazine.Org 
Date: August 2nd 1995 
Subject: our WWW server. 

Our www page can be reached at:

http://WWW.Deaf-Magazine.Org/

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File 6:
From: Deaf-Admin@Deaf-Magazine.Org
Date: March 30th 1994
Subject: Issues can be faxed

I can fax issues only to spefic areas as listed...
You can mail me request to start faxing you issues to 

Nathan Prugh
Deaf Magazine Editor
c/o Getnet International, Inc
7325 N. 16th Street Suite 140
Phoenix Az 85020

Or send fax to me at 602-944-1510

Those are acceptable areas that I can fax issues to: 


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File 7: 
From: SWJUDY@VAX1.BEMIDJI.MSUS.EDU
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 1995 11:22:10 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: A student finding a listserv related to this topic.

Hello everyone,

	I am a student in asl 3 and am wondering if there are any 
listserves that deal exclusively with asl signing and/or interpreting?
I am signing a song for a project and am wondering how you would interpret
'weeds' , I have been told you could use 'bad flower' or 'bad grass'
but is there something more specific in the rdeaf community. Where 
would I find such a list.
		Anyway,
			thank you
		Judy Bloom	
 
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File: 8
From: "Rogers, Julie A" <jrogers@smtp.orl.usace.army.mil>
Date: Wed, 07 Jun 95 14:13:12 EST
Subject: Can you help?

          I don't know if I began to look for someone that
          can help me to find my long lost friend.  Her name
          is Cindy Scott or Cythina, I am not sure.  She moved
          from Indianapolis, Indiana to Tucson, Ariz in 1968 or 69.
          She should graduated from Ariz School for the Deaf in
          1978 or 1979.  I have been thinking lot about her and
          hope to meet her again. I graduated from ISD in 1979.
          My name is Julie Rogers.  Before maiden name is Belviy.
          Hope you could trace her somehow and I will be appreciated
          for your help.  Thanks!!

          Good day!!
          Julie Rogers
          orl41.usace.army.mil

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File: 9 
From: Marc Seguin <mseguin@clark.dgim.doc.ca>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 1995 17:22:38 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Finger Spelling Tutor

I am part of a group of four college students from Algonquin College,
(Ottawa, ON, Canada) that have developed a 3D animated hand to instruct
people on how to finger spell.
 
We are offering this software as shareware and are encouraging feedback.
If you are interested, please email me back with either a location to send
the file or if that is not possible, I can set up an FTP site or send it
by email in MIME format.
 
Thank you for your time
 
Marc Seguin
Open Hands Software Group

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File: 10 
From: m07479@mwvm.mitre.org (Haim Gabrieli)
Date: Wednesday, 5 Jul 1995 11:45:36 EDT
Subject: looking for info

My mother is hearing impaired.  She is not deaf but has great difficulty
talking to people, watching TV, talking on the phone, etc. She has an hearing
aid but it doesn't help much.  The Doctor says she has nerve damage.
I  am looking for information on products that can help (phone amplifiers, TV
captions, etc.).   Would you know if there is a catalog or a source that I can
refer to?   Thanks a million.
*
*        Haim


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File: 11
From: Marc Seguin <mseguin@clark.dgim.doc.ca>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 1995 17:07:47 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Re: Finger Spelling Tutor

The demo file for the Open Hands Software Group's Finger Spelling Tutor 
(GUI/MSDos) is now available at ftp.cdrom.org and any SimTel Mirror 
(oak.oakland.edu)

Thank you for your reply

Marc Seguin
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File: 12
Date: Sat, 29 Jul 95 09:07:45 0000
From: Leigh Waters <harleqnn@halcyon.com>
Subject: IS IT THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS INTERNET GAME ON PLANET EARTH?

Electronews release from RayneWaters Studio Arts: Please publish where
appropriate.

IS IT THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS INTERNET GAME ON PLANET EARTH?
Launch date is set for 9/1/95 for TREASURECHEST: QUEST 2000

I am designing an unusual and highly visual  "internet game" that can be 
played by anyone online, ( but especially by aspiring artists)  right off the 
internet. 

Players will  email their interactive game parts as they play,  so an active 
email account is helpful. It is not required, however. Finalists and winners 
receive cash prizes, free web sites, studio commissions from my graphics firm 
in Seattle, Washington, USA and some excellent exposure for their work if 
they are developing artists. The game will "launch" officially on 9/1/95, 
but some of the pages for it are already going up, although under construction. 
You should take a peek and spread the word. Visit the skeleton site to see a 
sneak preview of this outrageous and challenging game, which is called:

TREASURECHEST: Quest 2000

http://www.colossus.net/rwsa/treasurechest/treasurechest.html

Let me know what you think of the art.

Sponsored by Leigh Waters, Owner and Founder of RayneWaters Studio Arts in Seattle
http://www.halcyon.com/harleqnn/
http://www.colossus.net/rwsa/

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