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Wow! That's GREAT news for you! I know
How it can be when one is forced by circumstances to be out of contact with a close family member and what a joy it is to get re-connected again. I'm very happy for you...no one should have a son or daughter they cannot talk with and hold sometimes, it's just unnatural.
So, I wish you well and all the happiness there can be!
If you download the Skype software:
You can then use a headset (earphones with a microphone built in) plugged into your computer and call anywhere there's an internet connection for free
More education jobs to India
COCHIN, India Oct 22, 2005 â A few stars are still twinkling in the inky pre-dawn sky when Koyampurath Namitha arrives for work in a quiet suburb of this south Indian city. It's barely 4:30 a.m. when she grabs a cup of coffee and joins more than two dozen colleagues, each settling into a cubicle with a computer and earphones.
More than 7,000 miles away, in Glenview, Ill., outside Chicago, it's the evening of the previous day and 14-year-old Princeton John sits at his computer, barefoot and ready for his hourlong geometry lesson. The high school freshman puts on a headset with a microphone and clicks on computer software that will link him through the Internet to his tutor, Namitha, many time zones away.