November 24, 2010
Thank you for the effort you went to, to get the desktop computer there, and secured. That is interesting that people did not realize they could use the computer to play with SignPuddle and learn the software - which shows how much work you did, since other exhibits didn't even bother with that - I think if people try the software, they will become amazed at how much it can do -
I am preparing a Special Feature about the SignPuddle Exhibit now, which will be the front page of our SignWriting.org web site shortly - I will announce it when it is ready -
On Nov 23, 2010, at 11:53 AM, Bill Reese wrote:
> Thank you, Val. It was fun to do! I hope others can use the banner graphics.
> Every other exhibit with a computer was using it for display - they weren't interactive. People didn't know they could use SignPuddle! I needed to put up a sign next to the computer that said "Try me!" The computer had been secured so only SignPuddle could be used - for the most part.
> On 11/23/2010 1:31 PM, SignWriting wrote:
>> SignWriting List
>> November 23, 2010
>> SignPuddle Exhibit
>> Communication Access and Technology Expo in Tampa, Florida, Nov 20 2010
>> Below is a link to the SignPuddle Banner by Bill Reese - Very Cool!
>> SignPuddle Exhibit Banner by Bill Reese
>> This inspires me to try to setup presentations for SignPuddle at other Expos...if others know of Expos we could attend, please tell us - and other software for SignWriting can certainly be involved too - anything that helps us use SignWriting on computers could be a part of exhibits -
>> Now we have a banner that can travel with us .... that is really a great help -
>> Congrats once again, Bill -
>> Val ;-)