Many dialogs lose the Point because of Tangents. Here is the only reminder you ever need to stick to the Point.
Brief essays on communication #1 version 1.2 - more words, exact same point. two people agree. The reader asks, "Which way?" or "Who am I?" or has any other thought that guides their attention to another person's words. A reader is someone who pays some attention to what someone else says. That someone else is … Continue reading Reader and Writer
The hearing world does not think about people who are deaf very often and the deaf get along fine. Any time there is a pivot to considering the Deaf, the first impression tends to be "Unique, but also just like me." Without intervention, inclusivity from this premise is not inclusive. This is "paternalism", a flavor … Continue reading You’re not my dad.