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The ending of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem is slow, dignified and very quiet. As the music tapers down, the audience is drawn into the tense, beautiful final bars with the choir singing the ‘Amen’ pianississimo (as quietly as possible). Done well, this ending creates...
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In our turbulent times, it is even more important to notice positive developments. I look at one big boost to D/deaf access and three organisations who have made smaller, but important changes....
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In this final Deaf technophobe blog, Jane explores some of Zoom’s interactive tools – you know the ones everyone else seems to use, but which seem to be invisible on your system? ...
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If someone were about to take over your life, wouldn’t you want to know something about their behaviour and motivation first? Zoom now plays a major role in many peoples lives but is not always clear why it does what it does. Here I look at the psychological impact of losi...
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Ever found yourself fuming on Zoom? ‘Where did the key person’s video suddenly go to?’. ‘How come there’s no option to re-copy my invitation to that meeting I set up?’ And, ‘Where did those dratted black boxes over my beautiful slides come from?’ With these n...
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What is it like to be deaf under lockdown? Might our experience as deaf people, strangely, give us some advantages? And how could these advantages benefit everyone looking for ways to handle life under lockdown? Here are five reflections and related tips....
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