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Subtitles Aren’t Just For The Hearing Impaired Anymore

I thought it was just a problem with dynamic range.

Slashdot had an interesting post the other day called, “Why Movie Dialogue Has Gotten Harder To Understand”. It’s an interesting mix of technological dependence, director styles, and fads. The comments in the thread were telling, too. Even people with good hearing were using subtitles…

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Husband, father, worker, philosopher, and observer. Plumbing the depths of consciousness to find the spring of happiness. Write on.

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