Valerie, if you have a chance to visit our Talking Hands Section, I think you|
that we agree with your decision. They do an excellent job of promoting and the
references, web citations, and recripocal links are outstanding. Educators,
concerned citizens, and the casual web surfer are continuous visitors. Do it.
Valerie Sutton wrote:
> May 11, 1999
> Hello Everyone!
> As you know, I run three web sites, and I have used the same internet
> service provider, CTSNet, since 1996, when I did my first web posting on
> the SignWritingSite. I am happy with CTSNet, although they are a little
> expensive. They are very reliable though, and give great tech support. Have
> any of you ever had any problem accessing our SignWritingSite? If not, then
> we have been pretty stable.
> The other day I received an email message from a Deaf business woman,
> Michelle, who started a Deaf-owned business, with two other Deaf
> programmers in San Francisco. They have a web hosting service:
> DeafVision, Inc.
> Professional Web Design & Hosting
> and they say that these organizations use their services....
> ADARA, American Association of the Deaf-Blind, ALDA San Diego, California
> Association of the Deaf, California Latino Council of the Deaf and HH, Deaf
> Biz Services, Deaf Education Access Foundation, Deaf AIDS Network, Deaf
> AIDS Project of Maryland, Deaf Aztlan, Deaf Dogs Education Action Fund,
> Deaf Health Network, Deaf Outreach UK, Dear Reach - India, Deaf Queer
> Resource Center, Deaf Women United, Inc., Deaf Women Network, Hands On NYC,
> Holy Angels Church of the Deaf, National Deaf Black Advocates, Rainbow
> Alliance of the Deaf, Real World Success, Treehouse Video, United Methodist
> Ministry, World Recreation Association of the Deaf, Inc.
> And they are less expensive than CTSNet. I thought maybe it would be a good
> idea for us to perhaps use their services. I would like to support a Deaf
> business owner, and a Deaf woman too :-)
> On the other hand, I am a little nervous to switch providers, after all
> these years! And I am not sure what I will do right now. I have to talk to
> others in our organization, and I am asking the SignWriting List if any of
> you know DeafVision?
> I thought it might be a good idea to place our SignWritingSite on a
> Deaf-owned web server. What do you think?
> Valerie :-)
> Valerie Sutton
> The DAC, Deaf Action Committee for SW
> Center For Sutton Movement Writing
> an educational nonprofit organization
> Box 517, La Jolla, CA, 92038-0517, USA
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