SignWriting notebooks will now be on CD...
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Wed Feb 26 15:42:11 UTC 2003
February 26, 2003
Hello Mark and SW List members:
Glad to hear that the CD would be of interest. I just finished printing
25 copies of our ASL Dictionary that comes in the three-ring notebook.
It is costly to print and very heavy to mail. Plus it took me a long
time to prepare 25 thick notebooks. The order was from Gallaudet
Bookstore. I don't know if they still want them, because I am late with
sending them their order, so I will call today to find out if they
still want them...This problem has gone on for years...as our orders
increased, I couldn't keep up with the printing demands.
So our publications are changing. I will not print any more notebooks
of any kind, and all those publications are now on CD.
I was worried that people would not want to use the CDs, because they
prefer printed books...But there really isn't any choice any longer.
CDs can hold a lot of data, and I don't believe it would be a problem
to include textbooks from different countries on the same CD - So that
will be a future project, Mark -
Mark Penner wrote:
> At 11:00 03/02/24 +0900, you wrote:
>>> I would like to ask a question....Do you think lessons on a CD would
>>> useful in Japan? The reason I ask is that I now have a way to put all
>> Sounds like a wonderful idea to me. I'll ask our group when we meet
>> tomorrow. But it will be quite a while before we have a book ready.
> They were thrilled with the idea. Access to materials from other
> is exciting.
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