Enabling automated captions

User To enable automated captioning for your own use: Sign in to the Zoom web portal. In the navigation menu, click Settings. Click the Meeting tab. Under In Meeting (Advanced), click the Automated captions toggle to enable or disable it. If a verification dialog displays, click Enable or Disable to verify the change.Note: If the option is grayed out, it has been locked at either the group or account level. You need to contact your Zoom admin. (Optional) Click the edit option to select which languages you want to be available for captioning. Note: Step 7 may not appear for some users until September 2022, as a set of captioning enhancements are rolling out to users over the course of August.

Hotel Amenities – DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel at the Entrance to Universal Orlando

Accessible AmenitiesAvailable accessible features include:AccessibleAccessible business centerAccessible concierge deskAccessible guest rooms with mobility features with entry or passage doors that provide 32” of clear widthAccessible hotel restaurantAccessible parkingAccessible parking spaces for cars in the self-parking facilityAccessible public entranceAccessible registration deskAccessible route from the accessible public entrance to the accessible guestroomsAccessible route from the accessible public entrance to the registration areaAccessible route from the hotel’s accessible entrance to the meeting room/ballroom areaAccessible route from the hotel’s accessible public entrance to at least one restaurantAccessible route from the hotel’s accessible public entrance to the business centerAccessible route from the hotel’s accessible public entrance to the exercise facilitiesAccessible route from the hotel’s accessible public entrance to the swimming poolAccessible swimming poolAccessible transportation with advance noticeAssistive listening devices for meetings upon requestClosed captioning on televisions or closed captioning decodersDoes Hotel comply with all local and/or national disability laws (outPublic Areas/Facilities accessible for physically challengedServ support animals welcomeSwimming pool hoist for pool accessTTY for guest useVan-accessible parking in the self-parking facilityThe following features are not available:Accessible exercise facilityAccessible route from the hotel’s accessible public entrance to the spaValet only parking

Vangelis – The Tegos Tapes (1998) : Annum Integrum : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

The Tegos Tapes is an interesting example of an obscure and heretofore unreleased Vangelis soundtrack unknown by many of even his most devoted fans.The Tegos Tapes were produced originally by the Greek medical professional Dr. Stergios Tegos, and contain educational examples of his microneurosurgery work. This VHS set of tapes was not intended for general release to the Public as these training videos were mainly intended for student surgeons in training or offered to other microneurosurgeons via Dr. Tegos exclusively.Dr. Tegos asked his close friend Vangelis to create a background soundtrack to accompany these videos and Vangelis agreed, composing nearly 8 hours of some of his more pleasing and ambient music. Dr. Tegos thought that a background musical score composed and performed by Vangelis himself would ease the monotony and dryness of the subject matter and help the viewer to focus more effectively.

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Social Media Isn’t Going to Save You From Social Media | KIRISKA

Indie sites can’t complete with that. And what good is hosting and controlling your own content if no one else looks at it? I’m driven by self-satisfaction and a lifelong archivist mindset, but others may not be similarly inclined. The payoffs here aren’t obvious in the short-term, and that’s part of the problem. It will only be when Big Social makes some extremely unpopular decision or some other mass exodus occurs that people lament about having no where else to go, no other place to exist. IndieWeb is an interesting movement, but it’s hard to find mentions of it outside of hippie tech circles. I think even just the way their “Getting Started” page is presented is an enormous barrier. A layperson’s eyes will 100% glaze over before they need to scroll. There is a lot of weird jargon and in-joking. I don’t know how to fix that either. Even as someone with a reasonably technical background, there are a lot of components of IndieWeb that intimidate me. No matter the barriers we tear down, it will always be easier to just install some app made by a centralised platform.