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Val, get someone to check your online store web pages.  I just ordered 
the book, it looks like it accepted my payment (via paypal), but got a 
"404" in response.


  HTTP Status 404 - /thank_you_cancel/thanksw.html

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*type*Status report

*message*_/thank_you_cancel/thanksw.html_

*description*_The requested resource (/thank_you_cancel/thanksw.html) is 
not available._


this is at:

http://www.suttonshop.com/thank_you_cancel/thanksw.html?tx=26V82261R0755905C&st=Completed&amt=54.00&cc=USD&cm=&item_number=




On 9/5/11 9:03 AM, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> September 5, 2011
>
> On Sep 4, 2011, at 6:33 PM, Alan Post wrote:
>> Yay!  I've been waiting for this.  My order is placed! -Alan
>
> ---------
>
> Thank you for our first order for our new book, Alan!
>
> Adam Frost and I worked on this book for several years. The first four 
> chapters were on the web for download in the past year. But the book 
> was not finished until a week ago...
>
> Finally we have photos and symbols of 6 palm facings for all 261 hand 
> symbols of the ISWA 2010 documented in a book...Thanks to Adam's 
> patience with taking photos of his own hands, and then enlarging the 
> symbols. I wrote the instruction sections, but Adam provided the 
> photos of himself for the instruction sections. I did the book layout 
> and design, but without Adam's improved graphics of the enlarged 
> symbols we would not have a book...so this was a true co-authorship....
>
> Thank you, Adam, for your hard work.....I truly enjoyed working with 
> you on this big project...
>
> And Alan...your copy will be in the postal mail tomorrow - smile- -
>
> Val ;-)
>
>
>
> ----------------------
>
>
> On Sep 4, 2011, at 3:10 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:
>
>> SignWriting List
>> September 4, 2011
>>
>> ANNOUNCING!
>>
>>
>> *SignWriting Hand Symbols Manual*
>> by Valerie Sutton and Adam Frost
>>
>> The SignWriting Hand Symbols Manual is a thick 300 page, paperback, 
>> spiral bound book that devotes a full page to each of the 261 hand 
>> symbols of the International SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA 2010), used 
>> to write over 40 sign languages.
>>
>> Each page shows one handshape with 6 photos showing 6 different palm 
>> facings. The corresponding SignWriting symbol is placed next to each 
>> photo. Additional SignWriting instruction is included in the front 
>> and the back of the book.
>>
>> Useful for beginning and advanced SignWriting students, sign language 
>> linguists, teachers and researchers.
>>
>> Now available for download online:
>>
>> Go to:
>> *SignWriting Lessons*
>> http://www.signwriting.org/lessons
>>
>> and available for purchase online:
>>
>> Go to:
>> *SignWriting Shop*
>> http://www.signwriting.org/shop
>> http://www.suttonshop.com/ecommerce/pages/products_sw_detail.jsp?id=69.0
>>
>>
>> Val ;-)
>>
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