THE DOLPHINS ARE DEAD
If you’re one of the few who have noticed that the audios in the course material have started sounded like a squeaking, squealing dolphin...
I found a software program that let me convert the audios from Flash back into mp3, and I’m just using a simple embed technique. You should have wonderful, clear sound on any browser.
The downside is that the audios no longer “stream” from the server, but actually download to your computer before they are played. That means if you’re still on dial-up, there maybe a delay before an audio plays. But since most of the audios are just a few words, a few seconds in length, that should be much of the problem.
So if you’re one of those who have been waiting for this technical glitch to be resolved before signing up for the course, it’s fixed! You can go here to begin the enrollment process.
LIVE CLASSES IN KENTUCKY
For those of you in West Kentucky, we’ll begin another five-week live course in Marion, Kentucky in late September. Details soon.
PLEASE don’t ask me for your name in Cherokee. I don’t give names. If you were given a name in ceremony, and only told the English version, go back to that elder and ask him or her for the Cherokee version. More on naming protocol later.