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"For example, the difference between a yes/no question and a simple declarative sentence in ASL is indeed on the face (in the eyebrows and the head tilt)," Tom Humphries, a deaf associate professor at the University of California, San Diego, and the author of many books about the deaf, wrote via e-mail."The difference between 'blue' and 'very blue' [both use the same sign] is in the eyebrows and the lips." "In other words, they are linguistic forms, not emotive/psychological expressions," noted Humphries, adding that these are not situations in which just any facial expression will do. Some deaf and hard of hearing use cochlear implants and hearing aids for spoken English, but many prefer ASL, which is an important part of deaf culture.
"E-mail technology, pager and texting technology, and now video technology, are starting to reach the point where they can be manufactured in forms that do meet these culturally mediating requirements within the culture of deaf people—and yes, the impact has been felt," Humphries says, although he acknowledges that i Phones are not cheap and these new tools might not meet every person's needs.He spends up to eight hours a day using Face Time, the i Phone 4's video chat application."And I must say I've been looking forward for something like Face Time," the 32-year-old travel counselor from Florida wrote via e-mail, adding that he jumped out of his chair when he first learned of the app.The app developers did not have the deaf or ASL in mind, but now the company is considering it as a future avenue, according to Allyson Campa, a consultant who is the acting head of marketing at Redwood City, Calif.–based Qik.Previously, many deaf people relied solely on TTY to communicate over long distances.
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Wi-fi, which Apple's Face Time uses, promises a maximum about 1,000 times faster than a traditional phone line.