Sign with Santa throught Video

10 12 2006

Signing with Santa on Videophone logo

Mark your calendar!

You can watch video explaining how it works — you need to watch it before you start plan for your children. Click here

The Signing Santa provided by CSDVRS and SprintVRS – thank you for making it possible again this year! Enjoy!

Kids tired of waiting in line for Santa at the mall? And then Santa doesn’t understand sign language? Not to worry! Your kids can call our ‘Signing Santa’ through your VP or web-cam. Only available on two special days and times!

Santa is busy traveling all over the world! Sign with Santa throught Video! How?

  • webcam: SigningSanta.com – Don’t have a videophone, no problem! Go to http://www.signingsanta.com, click on the blue button that says "Call Santa," then wait for your call to be answered! 
  • Videophone: SigningSanta.tv – Just dial ‘signingsanta.tv’ on your videophone!

Schedule Hours – Mark your calendar for one of those dates and times: (All times are Central.)

  • Wednesday December 13, 2006
    9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
    1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Thursday December 14, 2006
    11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    5 p.m. to 8 p.m.



GoAmerica i711.com now offers VRS

9 12 2006

i711 logoBy now we have probably 15 different Relay Service out there in America.

Several startup relay service provider this year, thanks to 3rd party party which make it easier. Same time it will push every competitors to improve over times but I haven’t seen anything cool or useful yet. Maybe we will see something next year.

Meantime, GoAmerica i711.com launched VRS and they do have several advantage over others such as its address book and they use web-based & flash-based program. I also can use same address book for Internet-based relay service online.

One disadvantage is they do not offers import & export address book such as Microsoft Outlook or Plaxo web-based address book online. Also, it would be nice if they can offers multiple AIM screen name support rather than only limited to one screen name. Maybe someday — we will see.

Visual Language Interpreting (VLI) is their interpreter partner.

To read full article: click here and to learn more about i711.com VRS: click here.

To read Zibeaster’s Stock Blog about GoAmerica and i711: click here. (investment stuff)

Look up my previous discuss about i711: click here.