Thank you Kim!  Glad you like that map.  I modified the one of the globe for the banner.  Below is a smaller size picture of it.

Bill



On 11/5/2010 2:27 PM, Kimberley Shaw wrote:
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That map is one of my favorite parts of the SW site! More power to
Bill & everyone,
Kim from Boston

On 11/5/10, Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
SignWriting List
November 5, 2010

Hello Bill, Yaelle and ya'll ;-)

I am so happy to hear that your banner is printed, Bill - I know it will
look beautiful - you always do beautiful artwork - We look forward to seeing
photos of the display later...smile...

Did you all know that Bill is the one that did our maps on our SignWriting
sites, with the pushpins showing where SignWriting is used? For example, the
map at the top of this web page is Bill Reese's artwork:

Who Uses SignWriting?
http://www.signwriting.org/about/who

Anyway - thanks for telling me you got my box of printed brochures and
flyers for the handouts at the exhibit, Bill. Glad you like the new
brochures:

New PersonalPuddle and PocketPuddle brochure:
http://www.signwriting.org/archive/docs7/sw0624_PersonalPuddle_PocketPuddle.pdf

Good luck with the computer display -

And I only wish Yaelle could come visit the US someday - I hope that
happens, Yaelle ;-)

Val ;-)

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On Nov 5, 2010, at 6:52 AM, Bill Reese wrote:

Val, Yaelle, all ya'll,
The exhibit is coming along good.  I've taken the banner in to be printed.
 Val, I worked on it a bit more to fine tune it from what I had shown you,
but it's essentially the same.

I got your box of brochures and handouts, Val!  Thank you so much for
those.  Really nice printouts.

I'll be working on the interactive computer next.   If anyone has
suggestions on how to secure a computer while allowing anyone to use it,
I'd appreciate it.

Bill



On 11/4/2010 1:52 PM, Yaëlle wrote:
Hello Val,

Congratulations from France for this exhibition. Whish you a huge succes.
Here in France, with SMYLE (Signographie Manuscrite YaelLE, to be seen in
www.editions-pattedourse.com), I feel like a just born
baby...misunderstood and so lonely. Nevermind, I trust in my hand sign
writing and I always read list's Email with great pleasure, sometimes
wondering if I shouldn't rather go and live in US !

Big kisses to you, Val and all the people working in your direction.
Bless you
Yaelle :)

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Date:    Tue, 2 Nov 2010 09:22:08 -0700
From:    Valerie Sutton
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Subject: SignPuddle Exhibit at Communication Access & Technology Expo,
Tampa, Florida

SignWriting List
November 2, 2010

Hello SignWriting List!
I am happy to tell you that "SignPuddle for Sign Languages" will have an
exhibit table at the Communication Access & Technology Expo in Tampa,
Florida, on November 20, 2010, from 10:00 to 5:00, at the Wyndham Hotel:

Communication Access & Technology Expo
November 20, 2010
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wyndham Hotel
700 North Westshore Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33609

Visit this web site:

CAI, Communication Access Inc.
Serving the Needs of People with Hearing Loss

http://www.communicationaccess.org/


Perhaps you would like to attend? I hope you will!

All this is made possible by the generosity of our co-worker and List
member, Bill Reese, who is providing the table for us, and is designing
the SignPuddle display, including a computer running the PersonalPuddle
for visitors to try -

You are so super, Bill! THANK YOU -

I just shipped a box of brochures and handouts to Bill yesterday, and
now Bill is working on the artwork for the display -

Look forward to seeing photos from the Expo, Bill!

Val ;-)


About Bill:

William L. Reese – Engineer & CART Consumer
Bill Reese is a civil engineering design consultant and an advocate for
people with hearing loss. Bill has been hard of hearing for many years
and became “stone-deaf” in 2002. He currently serves as the President of
the local Suncoast Chapter of the Association of Late-Deafened Adults
and is a member of the Deaf Action Committee (DAC) for SignWriting. He
is involved with advocacy and support for people with hearing loss,
supports Deaf literacy, supports people with Neurofibromatosis Type 2
(NF2), and is a member of the Tampa Bay WAP list, a health focused
cooperative. Bill is the recipient of the Fearless Leader Award, which
was presented by the National Association of Late-Deafened Adults.

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