Free Geek Toronto
Recycle electronic gear Buy refurbished computer or other electronic equipment. Environmental ethical business.
Toronto  recycling  electronics  how-to 
24 days ago
MicroMasters on Analytics: Essential Tools and Methods
Gain an interdisciplinary understanding of the essential fundamentals of analytics, including analysis methods, analytical tools, such as R, Python and SQL, and business applications.

Using common analytics software and tools, statistical and machine learning methods, and data-intensive computing and visualization techniques, learners will gain the experience necessary to integrate all of these parts for maximum impact.

Project experience is also included as part of the MicroMasters program. Through these projects, learners will hone their skills with data collection, storage, analysis, and visualization tools, as well as gain instincts for how and when each tool should be used.

These projects provide hands-on experience with real-world business applications of analytics and a deeper understanding of how to apply analytics skills to make the biggest difference.
microcredentials  MOOCs  course  education 
4 weeks ago
Micromasters in data science (edX, UC San Diego)
In this MicroMasters program, you will develop a well-rounded understanding of the mathematical and computational tools that form the basis of data science and how to use those tools to make data-driven business recommendations.

This MicroMasters program encompasses two sides of data science learning: the mathematical and the applied.

Mathematical courses cover probability, statistics, and machine learning. The applied courses cover the use of specific toolkit and languages such as Python, Numpy, Matplotlib, pandas and Scipy, the Jupyter notebook environment and Apache Spark to delve into real world data.

You will learn how to collect, clean and analyse big data using popular open source software will allow you to perform large-scale data analysis and present your findings in a convincing, visual way. When combined with expertise in a particular type of business, it will make you a highly desirable employee.
education  DataScience  data-management  course  MOOCs  microcredentials 
4 weeks ago
Ireland: Beyond 2022 (digital archives)
A project is under way to digitally recreate the building and contents of the Public Record Office of Ireland, which were destroyed by an explosion and fire at Dublin’s Four Courts in 1922. The six-story Victorian building went up in flames on 30 June 1922 during the Civil War. Seven centuries of Ireland’s historical and genealogical records were lost, seemingly forever.

The completed virtual reality project will be made available on the centenary of the Four Courts fire in 2022. The project website is

You can learn a lot more in an article by Philip Bromwell at A video that explains the project is also available at the same address.
Ireland  Digital-collections  archives 
5 weeks ago
The Getty Research Institute
providing “resources, expertise, and a collaborative environment for art-historical research and publication.” Scholars, museum professionals, and students will find a wealth of digital collections and databases to support their research.
"The real treasures are in “Search Tools & Databases.” Featured at the top is the “Primo Search” of GRI Library Catalog, which can be limited to Digital Collections. “The Open Content Program” offers more than 100,000 free images for downloading from the J. Paul Getty Museum and GRI.

Two significant collaborative projects are the “Getty Research Portal,” which provides access to digitized art history publications, rare books, and related literature from more than 25 international libraries, and the “Getty Vocabularies,” such as “The Art & Architecture Thesaurus,” that contain structured terminology for fine art, architecture, and more.

Finally, the “Collecting and Provenance Research” section is expansive, but somewhat confusing. The “Getty Provenance Index Databases,” which began as an in-house index in 1974, offers one search interface for three databases, namely “Archival Inventories, Sales Catalogs,” and “Public Collections.” Other indexes are linked separately, such the “German Sales Catalogs 1930-1945,” which was built in collaboration with German libraries. Fortunately, in 2016 GRI started a three-year project to redesign the current infrastructure of the “Getty Provenance Index” databases and publish them as linked open data. This is a prime example of the Digital Art History projects that GRI supports, enabling researchers to access and use art-historical data in both traditional and new collaborative ways. —Doreen Simonsen, Willamette University,"
Digital-collections  thesauri  vocabularies  Tools 
6 weeks ago
The Art of Creative Writing (OpenLearning)
Have you always dreamed of starting a book but have never had the courage? Have you started a book but are becoming hopeless? Do you enjoy creative writing? Do you want to polish your skills at creative writing? If you answered yes to any of those questions, this course is got you! It will get you started on the basics of writing a story, including character development, setting, plot, editing, and more.
learning  how-to  creative-writing 
7 weeks ago
Essays on air: Why libraries can and must change
Today, Camilla Nelson, Associate Professor of Writing at the University of Notre Dame, reads her essay, titled Why libraries can and must change.

Nelson takes us from the ancient Library of Alexandria to the New York Public Library and explores the problems that arise when books are excluded, destroyed, censored and forgotten. And, indeed, when libraries are decimated.

Join us as we read to you here at Essays On Air, a podcast from The Conversation.
Australian  libraries  podcasts 
7 weeks ago
The conversation:
In-depth analysis, research and news from leading academics and researchers. Categories: Arts; Business + Economy; Culture + Society; Education; Environment + Energy; Health + Medicine; Politics; Science + Technology
podcasts  Canada  to-listen  Australia 
7 weeks ago
Making a Newspaperbot
The following is a guest post from Library of Congress Labs Innovation Intern, Aditya Jain. While exploring the possibilities of digital collections, Aditya created @newspaperbot. Below he shares his process, some of the challenges he encountered, along with the code.
LoC  how-to  twitter-bots  coding 
7 weeks ago
todotxt format
A complete primer on the whys and hows of todo.txt, a plain-text todo list markup and tool.

How to use simpletask for GTD
to-do  how-to  format  Tools  GTD 
9 weeks ago
DIY: Soundproofing a floor
Learn how to soundproof both carpeted and hard floors to reduce noise pollution in your home.

See also this other website (British) for products:

And this one for materials
sound-proofing  house  how-to  flooring 
9 weeks ago
Soundproofing a floor
In soundproofing a floor, the techniques to consider depend on what kind of noise problem you're trying to solve.

flooring being laid
Image courtesy of US Department of Labor
Do you want to reduce the noise traveling from an upper floor to the room(s) below it, or to reduce the noise entering a room from beneath, through the floor?

Is the problem impact noise, or airborne noise, or both?

Different situations call for different approaches to soundproofing a floor, each using one or more of the four basic elements of soundproofing. Let's look at the most common scenarios.
sound-proofing  how-to  house  flooring 
9 weeks ago
My Water Toronto
Online access, but you need to enter each time all this information, so it's hardly user-friendly!
Account Number:
Client Number:
Last name or business name as it appears on the bill:
Postal code of the utility service location:
Method of the most recent payment:
Toronto  enviroment  app  tax-related  house 
9 weeks ago
Design thinking for libraries toolkit
We created the Design Thinking of Libraries toolkit to introduce a way of working that will help you understand the needs of your patrons and engage your communities like never before. We understand the challenges facing librarians are real, complex and varied. As such, they require new perspectives, new tools and new approaches. Human-centered design allows us to work together to discover what our communities want, and we can experiment to create services, programs and processes to meet their changing needs.
libraries  library-training  Library-innovation  how-to  toolkit 
9 weeks ago
Blockhains for the information profession: A project of the SJSU iSchool
here have been conferences, books, white papers, start-ups, and numerous back-channel discussions on ways blockchain technology can address seemingly endless processes, but librarians have not been evidenced in these mainstream discussions. However, the use of blockchain technology in libraries seems to be on the radar of many information professionals.

It is time to examine the possible ways that libraries can support city/community goals through the use of blockchains while the implementation of the technology is still in the infancy stage.

Libary 2.0 Conference
National Forum
Blockchain Basics
Keeping Current With Blockchain
Ways to Use Blockchain in Libraries
Getting started using blockchain
Relevant Publications
Useful links
blockchain  Library-innovation  libraries  how-to 
10 weeks ago
DataOne: Data management education modules
These modules provide CC0-licensed slides, handouts, and sample activity assignments for use in class instruction or workshop sessions. A snapshot of the numerous and varied topics covered include general data management, data planning, data protection, metadata, and legal and policy issues. Access:
open-access  data-management  how-to  datasets 
10 weeks ago
Markdown converter
The University of Oklahoma (OU) Libraries recently announced the release of an open source Markdown Converter designed to help make open content, including open educational resources (OER), shareable to the fullest extent possible. By using the Markdown Converter, well-structured documents can be converted into PDF, HTML, EPUB, and DOCX file formats with an easy-to-use web interface instead of the command line. Markdown is a markup language that simplifies authoring for the web. Its syntax is both easy-to-read and easy-to-write using tools that come installed on all computers.

Publishing OER in Markdown allows for easy editing, and then, using the Markdown Converter to provide OER in multiple formats, enables students to access OER content more readily. The Markdown Converter, developed by OU Libraries Emerging Technologies Librarian Cody Taylor, is based on Pandoc, but provides access through a graphical interface.

The Markdown Converter is available for anyone to use on the OU Libraries website at The source code, openly licensed under an open source software license, for the converter can be obtained via GitHub at The Markdown Converter can be viewed “in action” performing an upload and conversion process at
open-source  Tools  OER  openaccess  website  Markdown  file-formats 
10 weeks ago
Canada's Residential Schools (on Google Earth)
This must be run on a Chromium browser (like Chrome).
Canada's Residential Schools
The residential school system is older than Confederation itself, having lasted from 1831 to 1996, and represents a dark aspect of Canadian history. These government-sponsored, church-run schools aimed to assimilate Indigenous children by taking them away from their families and forcibly eradicating their cultural identity. Residential schools have left a horrible legacy that survivors, communities and families are still struggling to overcome and heal from to this day.
reconciliation  TRC  residential-schools  Canada 
10 weeks ago
a distraction-free online writing tool. If writing blog posts or something like that, use A focused publishing platform.

We eliminate distractions, streams, and commentary so you can focus on your words. saves you time, respects your ideas, and preserves your thoughts.
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You can start writing a post now — or through our cross-platform apps — all without signing up. Hit publish and share the link to your new post if you want — that's all there is to it!
Start a blog

Create a simple blog that brings your writing together in new ways and keeps the focus on your words.
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Connect your accounts and publish to any of these platforms where your audience already waits.
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Focus on your thoughts — not who's listening. We protect your privacy and even make it easy to publish under multiple pen names.
writing  Tools  website 
10 weeks ago
5 Best Free Online HTML Editors to Test Your Code
The best thing about online HTML editors is that they run directly in your web browser. Your web browser is the best and most relevant tool for processing and rendering HTML code. That is, after all, its entire purpose and reason for being.

Furthermore, to learn good practices in HTML5 web design and development, you should check out these websites with quality HTML coding examples. And when your website goes live, consider compressing your HTML markup for better speed.
website  webdev  how-to  HTML  Tools 
10 weeks ago
Best static website CMS
Static site generators (SSGs) have grown in popularity among developers for certain types of websites. Tools like Jekyll, Hugo, Hexo and others have made it really easy to set up a website without worrying about server side dependencies.

You can just edit the content and build the site on your local machine and then deploy to a live web server. Any web server that can serve HTML files can be used to host a static website, and there are even some tools that will host your static website for free such as GitHub Pages and Gitlab Pages.
CMS  website  webdev  how-to  Tools 
10 weeks ago
Three ways to transcribe YouTube videos
Includes details on how to set up Google voice-typing in a Chromium browser. Multilingual.
how-to  Google  transcription  Accessibility  video  Tools 
10 weeks ago
TV news chyron data provide ways to explore breaking news reports & bias
Ways to search breaking news stories, including the third eye

"Today the Internet Archive’s TV News Archive announces a new way to plumb our TV news collections to see how news stories are reported: data feeds for the news that appears as chyrons on the lower thirds of TV screens. Our Third Eye project scans the lower thirds of TV screens, using OCR, or optical character recognition, to turn these fleeting missives into downloadable data ripe for analysis. At launch, Third Eye tracks BBC News, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, and contains more than four million chyrons captured in just over two weeks."
news  librarianship  how-to 
10 weeks ago
Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project (OCUL)
The Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project, out of the Ontario Council of University Libraries, released their work to digitize and georeference maps on Ontario from the first half of the 20th So far, there are more than 1000 available
maps  Digitisation  Ontario  digital-humanities 
10 weeks ago
ReActivate Mamma Pina's cookbook
This is website contains a scanned version and transcribed texts from a family cookbook handwritten by three generations of women in Guadalajara, Mexico (1885-2014). It serves as a digital repository of my art-based research on the role of women as agents and producers of the archive and the cookbook itself.

The project aims to [re] activate domestic practices — traditionally viewed outside of the Archive — through various acts of digital remediation.
cookbooks  Mexico  datasets 
11 weeks ago
DataBasic is a suite of easy-to-use web tools for beginners that introduce concepts of working with data. These simple tools make it easy to work with data in fun ways, so you can learn how to find great stories to tell.
datasets  how-to  Tools 
11 weeks ago
A Gentle Introduction to Wikidata for Absolute Beginners [including non-techies!]
Warning: Three hours long.
This talk introduces the Wikimedia Movement's latest major wiki project: Wikidata. It covers what Wikidata is (00:00), how to contribute new data to Wikidata (1:09:34), how to create an entirely new item on Wikidata (1:27:07), how to embed data from Wikidata into pages on other wikis (1:52:54), tools like the Wikidata Game (1:39:20), Article Placeholder (2:01:01), Reasonator (2:54:15) and Mix-and-match (2:57:05), and how to query Wikidata (including SPARQL examples) (starting 2:05:05). The slides are available on Wikimedia Commons: The video is available on Wikimedia Commons: And on YouTube: Contributing subtitles would be very welcome, and could help people who speak your language benefit from this talk!
wiki  wikidata  how-to  video 
11 weeks ago
Anishnabe language resources
Resources include dictionaries, writing guides, self-directed learning websites, and mobile applications for learning Ojibway. This is not an exhaustive list and language families, dialects and orthographies are listed where possible.
Online-learning  Ontario  OLS-N  language-learning 
11 weeks ago
Perfect Puppies, Bancroft (ON)
Sam & dog cockapoo. Vet impressed with breeder and asked for contact information. Contact Bobbie-Jo For More Information
Bancroft, Ontario Canada

Phone: (613) 332-5975
Visitors welcome by appointment only please call or email
dogs  puppies  breeders  Ontario 
11 weeks ago
DigiPres Commons: Community-owned digital preservation resources
Find preservation tools, understand file formats, how-to and FAQs on digital preservation.
digital-preservation  archives  how-to  file-formats  open-access 
december 2017
Recommended Conservation Practices for Archival Audiovisual Materials Held in General Special Collections
From 2001. Quote from intro: "This document proposes conservation practices for archival audiovisual materials held in general or primarily paper-based special collections. The sections give an overview of the most frequently-encountered audiovisual formats (film, video, magnetic audio, mechanical audio, and optical media), preservation and conservation issues relating to these formats, and recommended conservation practices to assist these materials' longevity."
Preservation  digital-preservation  archives  special-collections  conservation-resources  how-to  audio  video  USA 
december 2017
Audio and Video Guidance: Resources (US National Archives)
The US national archives page providing guidance on archival formats and preservation for audio and visual material. Links to guidelines, best-practices and standards created by other organisations, and includes information on metadata and preservation metadata.
Preservation  digital-preservation  audio  video  how-to  metadata  USA 
december 2017
Open site explorer (Mozilla)
Develop a High Quality Inbound Link Profile.
Research backlinks, find link-building opportunities and discover potentially damaging links with Open Site Explorer.
mozilla  website  Tools  how-to 
december 2017
Decolonial atlas

The Decolonial Atlas is a growing collection of maps which, in some way, help us to challenge our relationships with the land, people, and state. It’s based on the premise that cartography is not as objective as we’re made to believe. The orientation of a map, its projection, the presence of political borders, which features are included or excluded, and the language used to label a map are all subject to the map-maker’s bias – whether deliberate or not. Because decolonization is a process of unlearning and rediscovering, we’re especially committed to indigenous language revitalization through toponymy – the use of place names.

The Decolonial Atlas is a volunteer-run project. Our original content is offered for free through the Decolonial Media License 0.1."
maps  First-Nations 
december 2017
Mozilla web literacy
A framework for entry-level web literacy & 21st Century skills. Explore the map by selecting what you want to learn more about, to see definitions and activities.
website  how-to  beginner  HTML  CSS  search  Online-learning  mozilla 
november 2017
Sandstorm is a self-hostable web productivity suite: chat, task and project management, document editing.
"Sandstorm protects you. Each document, chat room, mail box, notebook, blog, or anything else you create is a "grain" in Sandstorm. Sandstorm containerizes each one in its own secure sandbox from which it cannot talk to the world without express permission. All your grains are private until you share them. The result is that 95% of security vulnerabilities are automatically mitigated. "
security  collaboration  chat  email  tasks  project-management  open-source  self-hosted 
november 2017
Etherpad (via RiseUp)
This is an etherpad service hosted by Riseup. Etherpad is a software libre web application that allows for real-time group collaboration of text documents. Riseup does not store IP addresses, we require https, and pads are automatically destroyed after 30 days of inactivity.

For added security, access via the Riseup VPN or this Tor hidden service: http://5jp7xtmox6jyoqd5.onion.
collaboration  document  privacy 
november 2017
Etherpad (via Mozilla) PUBLIC PAD
Real-time collaborative document editor in the browser. This is a public pad, so be careful what you put up there!
public  collaboration  text-editing 
november 2017
Alternative app centre
A collection of open-source tools, apps and services recommended by Tactical Technology Collective for better privacy and control, plus a selection of guides, tutorials, and videos to help you better understand and manage your digital traces.
privacy  Tools  open-source  how-to  app 
november 2017
Jitsi meet
More secure, more flexible, and completely free video conferencing.

Go ahead, video chat with the whole team. In fact, invite everyone you know. Jitsi Meet is a fully encrypted, 100% open source video conferencing solution that you can use all day, every day, for free — with no account needed.
What else can you do with Jitsi Meet?

Share your desktop, presentations, and more
Invite users to a conference via a simple, custom URL
Edit documents together using Etherpad
Pick fun meeting URLs for every meeting
Trade messages and emojis while you video conference, with integrated chat.
free  open-source  teleconferencing  encrypted  video  meeting  teleconference 
november 2017
8-day data detox kit
"It was designed by the non-profit groups Mozilla and the Tactical Technology Collective to coincide with The Glass Room, a pop-up experience in London that invited visitors to look at what happens to their data behind the scenes. They recognise that we can’t transform years of online behaviour – instead, the Detox is about trying to help us make more informed data choices in the future." Source:
privacy  personal-data-stores  how-to  online 
november 2017
A global aggregator of library collections lists (public and academic libraries), use it to find libraries near you that hold the journal or book title you need. You can try requesting it by inter-library loan.
academic  avoid-paywalls  books  how-to  open-access  research 
november 2017
Some content is available to everyone, some only to member institutions. "HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world."
academic  avoid-paywalls  books  how-to  open-access  research  Digital-collections  HathiTrust 
november 2017
Academic peer-reviewed books and chapters
avoid-paywalls  how-to  books  open-access  research  academic 
november 2017
BASE: Bielefeld Academic Search Engine
"BASE is one of the world's most voluminous search engines especially for academic web resources. BASE provides more than 100 million documents from more than 5,000 sources. You can access the full texts of about 60% of the indexed documents for free (Open Access). BASE is operated by Bielefeld University Library."
avoid-paywalls  how-to  journal  open-access  research  union-catalogue 
november 2017
The OAIster® database
"OAIster is a union catalog of millions of records that represent open access resources. This catalog was built through harvesting from open access collections worldwide using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). Today, OAIster includes more than 50 million records that represent digital resources from more than 2,000 contributors."
avoid-paywalls  how-to  journal  open-access  research  union-catalogue 
november 2017
"CORE’s mission is to aggregate all open access research outputs from repositories and journals worldwide and make them available to the public. In this way CORE facilitates free unrestricted access to research for all. (...) CORE harvests openly accessible content available."
avoid-paywalls  how-to  journal  open-access  research  Europe  UK  union-catalogue 
november 2017
"This service, based on the Google Custom Search engine, lets you search the contents of the repositories listed in OpenDOAR for freely available academic research information. This quality assured approach minimises (but does not eliminate!) spurious or junk results, and leads more directly to useful and relevant information. Full texts are available for most results."
avoid-paywalls  how-to  journal  open-access  research  DOAR  union-catalogue 
november 2017
"System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe, is your open access to 700.000 bibliographical references of grey literature (paper) produced in Europe and allows you to export records and locate the documents.

Examples of grey (gray) literature include technical or research reports, doctoral dissertations, some conference papers, some official publications, and other types of grey literature.

OpenGrey covers Science, Technology, Biomedical Science, Economics, Social Science and Humanities.

The site includes preprints from the GL conferences (GreyNet International) in full text."
avoid-paywalls  how-to  journal  open-access  research  Europe  grey-literature  union-catalogue 
november 2017
"skip the paywall on millions of peer-reviewed journal articles. It's fast, free, and legal."
avoid-paywalls  journal  open-access  how-to  research 
november 2017
Open Access button
"Free, legal research articles and data delivered instantly or automatically requested from authors."
open-access  avoid-paywalls  research  how-to  journal 
november 2017
Web Recorder
Records your actual session and associated contents in a web archive, including video. Shareable or private. You can log on anonymously, but your content isn't shareable or bookmarkable. A downloadable app lets you view and use your content offline.

From site: "What most differentiates Webrecorder is its focus on "dynamic web content." The web once delivered documents, like HTML pages. Today, it delivers complex software customized for every user, like individualized social media feeds. Other existing digital preservation solutions were built for that earlier time and cannot adequately cope with what the web has become. Webrecorder, by contrast, focuses on all that dynamic content, such as embedded video and complex javascript, addressing our present and future."
digital-preservation  web-archiving  Tools  personal-data-stores 
november 2017
Addaps browser
It’s a new browser that seems designed for research purposes, making it easy to store all your web resources.
ddap’s asks you to create Boards. Each board is a canvas with an endless vertical scroll. On this canvas, you can open tiny browser windows. Windows can be resized and moved around. And of course, each window is like a browser in itself.

The end result is that you have one Board with all the research you want.
web-browser  browser  research  how-to  blockchain 
november 2017
Brave browser: Faster, safer, ad-free
Browse faster by blocking ads and trackers that violate your privacy and cost you time and money.
Brave disables trackers and even blocks bad ads. But it also lets you set up a micro-payment system. You basically load a virtual wallet with a few dollars. Brave will track which sites you’re going to and the ads it blocks on your behalf. And at the end of the month, it’ll divide that money to pay your favorite sites. It’s a nice system where you get to support sites while still getting rid of bad ads.

Apart from this, Brave is a full-featured browser in itself. It’s also open-source and completely free to use. Read our full review of Brave to know more.
web-browser  browser  privacy  open-source 
november 2017
Free to use sounds
“Free To Use Sounds is a massive online archive of high-quality sounds that are avaliable to the public to use how they wish at no cost. The library is extensive, featuring everything from animal and nature noises, to urban soundscapes, obscure musical instruments (church bells, parades, etc) and binaural (3D) recordings.”
audio  free  sound-recordings 
november 2017
Somerset Live: Remembrance Day: On Armistice Day 2017 search for those in your family or street who died in The Great War.
From Research Buzz: "“If you have ever wondered whether any members of your family or if people who used to live on your street, were among the fallen during the 1914-1918 war, then this database allows you to search for them easily.. You can search by any combination of first name (or initial), surname, street or town/city. You don’t have to fill in all the boxes – you can fill as many or as few as you like.” Pretty sure this is UK-only. The search interface is at the bottom of the article. Update: After I posted this to my personal Facebook and tagged a couple of genealogists, genealogist Amy Johnson Crow responded: “Thanks for sharing that, Tara. You’re right — it’s a UK/Canada/Australia/New Zealand database; it’s from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. It looks like it includes only those who are buried in military cemeteries or who have their names included on a memorial.” I am including the comment here with her permission. Thanks Amy!"
remembranceDay  armisticeDay  soldiers  death  WWI 
november 2017
ACRL We mapped it so you don't have to
Each of the tools that we will discuss here (Google Fusion Tables, Carto, ArcGIS and its online component ArcOnline, and Neatline with Omeka) can do most of these things, but each one also has a limit.3 This article will help illustrate what gets left out in each program and the extent of each one’s capabilities. We will discuss these tools in order from easiest to most complex.
GIS  map  how-to 
november 2017
ASL practice for fingers-spelling
Set the number of letters and the speed, and then practice reading finger-spelled words on the screen. Type in your answer to see if you are right. (Download this tool for free on your smartphone)
ASL  sign-language  how-to  Tools  app 
november 2017
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