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Home About This Blog and Meryl K. Evans Search   Stanford Article: Seeing at the Speed of Sound Categories: The D Life I love “Seeing at the Speed of Sound,” a long article by Rachel Kolb that could’ve very well been written by me. I can relate to dealing with mumblers, people with accents, spy comments, darkness and encounters with the deaf community. Not only is it hard to lipread mumblers and people with accent, but others as she lists them. “People with thin lips; people who mumble; people who speak from the back of their throats; people with dead-fish, unexpressive
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  • [H2] Stanford Article: Seeing at the Speed of Sound
  • [H2] Response to Viewpoint about Deaf Community
  • [H2] Closed-Captioned Video Examples
  • [H2] What Do Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants Sound Like?
  • [H2] Curtis Pride Brings Big League Game to Gallaudet
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  • [H2] FCC Announces New Closed Captioned Complaint Rules
  • [H2] Olympics Continue to Falter with Web Site
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  • [H3] Hearing simulations
  • [H3] What it’s like for me to hear
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