No captioning? You Are Unapproachable!
August 26, 2012 §
We love words, as do so many reading . Decided to look up opposite for “access” today. None.
Then searched for opposite for accessible – it’s unapprochable.
Another is obscure, that’s it, and this one as bad if you want to communicate.
Access means entry and more – it means participation, inclusion, contribution. Access is used in different contexts, yet for communication, it’s all.
Communication aims to engage others. It’s almost always assuming human interaction, a two way street, or a roundabout for many people to share everyday life’s experiences.
Access to communication is vital – online, and everyday, in all ways.
Use captioning to communicate. If not, you are unapproachable. Is that how you want to be perceived?
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