mini-"Lessons in SignWriting"
Kimberley A. Shaw
kshaw at WELLESLEY.EDU
Fri Jul 8 11:53:04 UTC 2005
you're welcome ... and your copy went in the mail yesterday -- as author,
you get a complementary copy, everybody else will have to buy one! :->
DVD is a wonderful format, so much better than the old magnetic tapes. And
so, I am very glad to see the videos moving over from VHS, even if
redesigning the insert booklets must be a nuisance.
Copy Cop is so much a better place to do business than Kinko's, I think
... I've been going to them for my various little-book projects for a long
time (beginning with wedding-favor booklets 11 years ago)!
Kim from Boston
sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu on Thursday, July 07, 2005 at 3:07 PM -0500
>July 7, 2005
>THANK YOU, Kim, for doing this job. I look forward to seeing these
>smaller books! And you are right, that they are needed...
>Ironically, just as you were preparing your smaller version, I had to
>develop DVD versions of our Video Series, and in the process, the DVD
>versions required smaller cases than the videos had, which meant that
>the booklets that went with the videos had to be reduced to half size
>to fit in the DVD cases...so I was making little books at 5 X 7
>too......not the Lessons though...
>I had to smile when you mentioned the name of the shop CopyCop! I
>used to live in Boston, as you know, and I used CopyCop all the time
>for printing DanceWriting materials! Small world...Val ;-)
>On Jul 7, 2005, at 11:41 AM, Kimberley A. Shaw wrote:
>what with videophone links and conferences on writing signed languages,
>wow, great things are going on lately!
>I'd like to announce that for those who like to have things conveniently
>printed on paper when you just don't quite remember how to SignWrite
>something, I have available a 50-page mini-edition of Valerie's "Lessons
>in Sign Writing", 2002 edition! It costs $10 for making each copy,
>measures 5" x 7" x 1/4" (pocket-paperback size!), and consists of
>pages from "Lessons", plus the Sign Spelling Guidelines, and a printouts
>of the 10 handshape groups.
>I know that I had previously said that I'd expected cost to be around $5
>... but Copy Cop misquoted me, so $10 it is.
>Kimberley from Boston
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