Email, text messaging, and chat apps might seem the perfect tools for deaf people to communicate. But Glide has one killer feature for deaf people: the ability to leave a video message rather than having to prearrange a live call. Furthermore, signing is often the native language for those who use it. Moving to the keyboard means switching to a second language. New workplaces, new food sources, new medicine--even an entirely new economic system. At the request of deaf users, Glide added a setting to turn off the feature. Design Cooper Hewitt director steps down amid controversy over her wedding Co. Glide users even proposed their own sign for the app, with the most popular being a fist with thumb and index finger extended out. Glide is far from the first video-chat service: Skype was founded a dozen years ago, and FaceTime debuted on the iPhone 4 in
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