Your CSDVRS 800 Number

22 06 2006

CSD logoCSDVRS is giving away 800’s toll number to first 1,000 sign up. I manage to get one for me at home usage. It should be cool – hopefully we will advantage of it more often in long run.

If you haven’t gotten one, you better hurry up and sign up ASAP. They also giving away prizes when you call them via videophone or webcam. (laptop, blackberry, etc.)

For more information, go to http://www.csdvrs.com/win – make sure you get to view video clip!

Good Luck!

Congratulations! This e-mail is to confirm your new personal 800 VRS Number for your records! Phone: (800) 608-3159

Your hearing callers just need to dial your personal 800 VRS number, they will be automatically connected to CSDVRS and the Video Interpreter will immediately connect to your videophone. If you don’t answer the call, the interpreter will record a signed message and email it to you, and if you signed up for pager notification, also send a text message to your pager.

Warning: If your IP address changes, it may be difficult for you to get “LIVE” VRS calls, but you will still receive your VRS Mail messages. (If you receive a VRS mail message but your videophone didn’t ring – it’s probably because your IP address has changed and needs to be updated in your CSDVRS account at www.csdvrs.com.)

We have a solution for you!

Get your own VP Name Address! (Such as jbrown.no-ip.com – it’s easy for your friends to remember and call you using that VP Name Address!) Your VP Name Address always stays the same even if your IP Address changes and will allow you to continue to receive VRS calls!

To register for a No-IP address, go to
http://www.no-ip.com/services/managed dns/free dynamic dns.html

 Grant W Laird Jr.
http://blog.grantlairdjr.com



DeafACT, Inc.

19 06 2006

Deaf Act article on SignewsSignews published an article about Austin-based DeafAct program in May 2006 Edition. It was very good article. My cousin Patty (outreach director) and Lee Germundson (vice president) are big part of it among other officers and volunteers.

They are offering summer workshop for deaf children – If you live in Austin or nearby, why not give it a try! Click here to learn more.

They are only one year old and they are already successful. I am proud of them!!

DeafACT, inc strives to unite the Deaf and hearing communities by encouraging awareness of each other’s culture; we accomplish this goal through educational theater performed by children using American Sign Language.

Click picture to view full article in big picture.

Patty has her own blogsite and did mentioned about DeafACT few times. Check here.

To learn more about DeafACT, Inc. – click here.

Grant W. Laird Jr.
http://blog.grantlairdjr.com