Little bit astonished, however I keep it for future memory.
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Find Out How videos are wonderful tutorials that help users enjoy Mac applications. But all are english only. A friend of me is transcribing, translating and subtitling them to help peoples with hearing impairment and non english speaking understand these video tutorials. iMovie09, iWeb09, Pages09 are done and Keynote09 is in progress and Numbers09 on the road (this is why I'm posting here).
If someone speaking english as mother language wish to provide videos transcriptions will help a lot.
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