A Brief History of Closed Captioning
Whether you've encountered its unmistakable white text on black background at the gym, in a bar, or on the couch, you're familiar with closed captioning. Which made its network debut 35 years ago.
A Collection of Funny Signs from Around the World - Gadling
Found in Hiroshima, Japan. Here’s a rather large collection of funny signs from around the world that you probably haven’t seen before. There are multiple pages worth, so look for a link at the bottom to continue on to the next. Found in Beersheba, Israel. “Milespit Hill” in London. Note that horse riding is forbidden. Spotted in Ephesus, Turkey. Also spotted in Ephesus. “Hey, are those real fake watches?” This one was found in Vienna, ...
East London: former Deaf (and, previous to that, Dumb) School, Manbey Street, E15
A GWL entry guessed quickly by Rob Beer. Deaf and Dumb school, Manbey Street / Water Lane, Stratford E15. A nice (and modified!) decorative tablet with fleur-de-lys motives.
Pupil at the Old Kent Road School for the Deaf 1955, Henry Grant
Pupil at the Old Kent Road School for the Deaf 1955 by Henry Grant. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London
Columbus Mileposts: Feb. 11, 1869 | New school for deaf dedicated with event
State government began providing for the education of deaf children on Oct. 16, 1829, when the state rented a small building at Broad and High streets for