Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Delivery of ASL Messages



Jay Krieger discusses the issues in the delivery of messages. Messages are in their purest forms in the mind, but gets garbled as soon as it leaves the mind through language.

5 comments:

Carl Schroeder said...

Well delivered! Half incorporated! My other half is only a story of mine.

Jon Savage said...

(nodding)

Some of people understand what Artist brings out of point of view in life. That's part of communication access.

drmzz said...

Hello Jay, cheers to your new vblog. Yes, that's the challenge. Fortunately, through the vlog format, you can attempt several takes to get your presentation right.

Amy said...

Wonderful job, Jay! I love how you describe the process of communication, by using language to convey the message - and how complicated it can be when a person is fluent with ASL to convey a message to another person who should be fluent in ASL to understand what you are saying. It is an excellent presentation!

I truly enjoyed it! Very thrilled to see you vlogging more often...

Amy Cohen Efron

Donald Burris-Gomer Jr. said...

Great Job for your Explanation about ASL! We can always adapt to their own signs or even other language! I believe that each person have their own accent within any language. Smile! Please leave your comments to my new vlog!

http://vimeo.com/deafumpire