I will be signing copies of The Closed Captioning Handbook at the National Court Reporters Association convention in Las Vegas later this month. If you will be in the area, but aren’t attending the convention, get in touch with me and I’ll make sure you can still get a signed copy of the book.
I will bring copies of some of my Who Pooped in the Park? books as well, for those who won’t be able to attend my Who Pooped? signing the following day in the visitors center at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Just for fun, I’m also going to bring along a few copies of The Court Reporter’s Guide to Cyberspace, which I wrote with Richard A. Sherman way back in 1996. Most of the information in it is out-of-date, but it is a fun and entertaining romp through the history of … well … court reporters in cyberspace. We’ll have some contests or drawings and give those away.
When: Friday, July 29 from 1:00 to 4:00pm
Where: Near the NCRA Store booth
The Closed Captioning Handbook contains pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about captioning: technology, law, history, stenocaptioning, voice writing, CART, offline captioning, streaming media, web accessibility, languages, standards documents …
There’s a full description and table of contents here:
what is this cc book about – tell us more?
learn about the CCAC also – all volunteers – http://www.ccacaptioning.org