WeInterpret.Net, A Sign Language Interpreting Agency, Is Opening An Office In Albuquerque, NM

We Interpret.Net has signed a contract leasing office space at 6100 Osuna Rd. NE Suite B105 (Seagull Office Plaza) in Albuquerque, NM. We Interpret.Net along with is partner company, We Interpret Linked, both located in the state of Maryland has been providing Sign Language Interpreting services since 1996 primarily on the East Coast. This new addition will allow the company to continue to expand into the western portions of the United States while supporting its operation with extended office hours. We Interpret.Net is also an approved sponsor for Continuing Education Credits through the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. In addition to the office staff, full time interpreters, both Deaf and Hearing, will be hired. Individuals who would like to sub contract to provide Interpreting services are encouraged to register at www.WeInterpret.Net.

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Appropriate communication methods vary by individual and We Interpret.Net can provide interpreters skilled in American Sign Language, Signed English, The Rochester Method, Cued Speech, Oral Interpretation and Tactile Methods for the Deaf/Blind individuals. In specific areas of New Mexico interpreters are in short supply. In addition to the on-site interpreters who will be directed from this office, there is a call center in Owings Mills, Maryland to provide Video Interpreting in the rural parts of the state. “Managers who are also certified interpreters, allow the agency to respond to every request with qualified interpreters even on the busiest of days or during the overnight and weekend hours.” Stated Deb McKerrow, Director of Interpreting Services, New Mexico- WeInterpret.Net.

About WeInterpret.Net
Maryland Interpreting Services, a Maryland corporation doing business as WeInterpret.Net and We Interpret Linked was established in 1996. Owner and President, David Stephenson is a nationally certified interpreter. Since its establishment, it has provided some 6 million hours of interpreting services to some 900 customers through offices in Utah, Virginia, Maryland and New Mexico. Staff Interpreters and Independent Sub-Contractors numbering over 1000 provide on-site (www.WeInterpret.Net) and Video Remote Interpreting (www.WeInterpretLinked.com). 

About Video Remote Interpreting
IP based video and audio communication technology allows an interpreter in a call center to be seen and heard at a remote site wherever business interactions occur between Deaf and Hearing persons. A light-weight, portable Video Phone is required at the business site and at the call center interpreter work station. High speed Internet service is required at both sites as well. 

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Free Online Loan Modification Course By LoanModificationForFree.com

“Amid surge in foreclosure activity, the creator of the LoanModificationforFree.com program urges Obama Administration to do more to solve the foreclosure crisis”

According to the creator of the only truly free online loan modification course, the Obama Administration must do more to address the foreclosure crisis.

In a recent blog entitled, “Is the Obama Administration Helping or Hurting Distressed Homeowners?”, Jeremy Kossen presents data that suggests that two months after the Administration rolled out the “Making Home Affordable Program”, there has been little relief for distressed homeowners.

Mr. Kossen cites some unfortunate statistics:

• According to a report from the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), completed foreclosure sales increased 900 percent between March and April this year. 
• According to RealtyTrac, a company that compiles foreclosure data, reports that 342,000 households received at least one foreclosure-related notice last month. This is an increase of 32 percent, compared with notices issued last April. It is also the second consecutive month in which more than 300,000 households got a foreclosure filing.
• According to the Wall Street Journal; on April 15th, 2009, one of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers, GMAC, acknowledged that only 10 percent of their customers that are facing foreclosure actually qualify for Obama’s “Making Home Affordable” program.

“The Obama Administration should be commended for taking a proactive approach by promoting loan modification as a tool to prevent foreclosure”, says Jeremy Kossen. “But more needs to be done and the administration needs to be honest with the American people about who can realistically be helped with ‘Making Home Affordable’. Thus far, the program has helped far fewer people than promised.”

To enable distressed homeowners to negotiate their own loan modifications, LoanModificationForFree.com offers a free seven lesson course covering all aspects of the loan modification program and information on the Obama Administration’s “Making Home Affordable” program. The only requirement to participate is the completion of a brief, one page application, at which point the homeowner is immediately provided with a username and password which gives them access to the full loan modification program.

About LoanModificationForFree.com:
LoanModificationForFree.com is the only truly free online loan modification course, designed to educate distressed homeowners on strategies to stop foreclosure and obtain a loan modification. LoanModificationForFree.com, like other free online resources such as Google, Yahoo! and Facebook is funded by advertising and does not charge homeowners a fee for this service.

To learn more about LoanModificationForFree.com call (805) 617-0506 or visit www.LoanModificationForFree.com.

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Gandhi Hurwitz Plans New National Bridal Directory

Baltimore videographer Gandhi Hurwitz noticed that most of his calls for shooting wedding videos were coming in between 11a.m. and 2p.m. each day. An astute observer of industry trends, Hurwitz tracked this one to its source. It turns out more and more brides are planning their weddings online at work, a trend that coincides with the advent of high-speed Internet. Hurwitz, who has been shooting wedding videos since 1989, has parlayed his keen eye and thorough knowledge of the business into a cutting edge, deeply interactive online community for both brides and wedding professionals.


A tech-savvy, nimble newcomer to the online bridal industry, Hurwitz offers state-of-the-art streaming video uploads to users of his new website, TheBridalGuides. This and other unique, user-friendly services created by Hurwitz’s webmaster, Larry “Fresh” Scott, are reinventing the business model for bridal Bigfoots such as The Knot and Wedding Channel. A bride-to-be can browse thousands of local and national vendors and print online coupons from Hurwitz’s site, all without logging in. With a few clicks, she can register on the site for free and build her own personalized wedding website which her guests can interactively visit. The Bridalguides.com. 

Using the site’s unique BridalTV streaming video, the bride and her fiancé can upload personalized video invitations to their guests. Later, guests can watch the wedding videos online — including video clips uploaded from their own Bluetooth cell phones. (Click on “BridalTV” on Hurwitz’s homepage, TheBridalGuides.com , and watch Will Smith singing at a private wedding shot by Hurwitz’s associate, Visions Unlimited of Baltimore.)

Other click-to-use features include an interactive photo gallery, online RSVP and guest book (guests can leave messages here), gift registry, maps, hotels and city details. The bride can use the site’s ePlanner tools, read articles, and chat in bridal forums. Best of all — the bride and her guests pay nothing for these services.

Where brides go, vendors follow. Having himself been frustrated by the limited interactivity of other bridal websites — having to call an 800 number and play endless phone tag to changes ad postings, for example — Hurwitz says he has tried to create a site he as a wedding professional would want to use. By pricing his vendor services at less than half the cost of higher profile bridal sites, he has made his site “a lot more user-friendly for a lot less money”.

Each vendor has complete, click-to-use control over its personal interactive ad space, including streaming video uploads, photo gallery, unlimited article publishing, coupon generation, and customized search engine placement. All changes can be made online. Vendors can visit the bridal forums as well as vendors’only forums for tech chat.

tBigfoots, look out. Lunch hours aren’t what they used to be for brides-to-be, and the smart money is on TheBridalGuides.com To arrange an interview with Gandhi Hurwitz for more information on this subject contact sale@thebridalguides.com

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Video-copy.com – The New Web Site Of Atlanta’s Video Copy Services (VCS)

Video Copy Services (VCS), an Atlanta-based CD duplication and DVD duplication company is pleased to announce the launch of their new website, video-copy.com. VCS President George Helms says of the new site, “All of us here at VCS are delighted to have a website that gives our new and existing clients a way to plan, budget and execute their upcoming projects in a timely and easy to understand manner. The new quoting and upload tools have already proven to be very popular. We look forward to adding new information and tools that will inform and assist our clients as we add new services and technologies.”

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The new VCS website features the VCS Instant Online Quote Tool, a simple and fast way for users to generate self-service quotes for short-run CD duplication and DVD / Blu-ray duplication jobs. Other new features on VCS include a browser-based uploading page that allows users to submit digital assets electronically and a page that allows VCS clients to make secure online payments via credit card. And as always, video-copy.com offers in-depth information about all of their CD duplicationDVD duplicationvideo encoding and video format conversion services.

About VCS
Founded in 1984, VCS is a duplication company offering full HD capabilities and a broad range of audio and video services. Since 1997, their focus has been on providing broadcast videotape duplicationCD duplication and DVD duplication services to the commercial, broadcast, business, religious, government and corporate sectors. VCS routinely produces quantities from one to one million copies, and they can work with a broader range of video formats than any video duplication company in the Southeast. An industry leader in video encoding and video transcoding services, VCS can support virtually any standard or high definition video format.

VCS is proud to have served as Turner Broadcasting’s in-house provider of DVD duplicationDVD replication and video transfer services since 2001. They are also a proud recipient of an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

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