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Rob interviewed by BBC Access 2.0 blog

Rob got interviewed over on the BBC's Access 2.0.

Its good to get some coverage, and I have to congratulate the BBC for showing initiative here.

Question: why does the BBC have to call us hearing impaired, especially when Rob has used 'Deaf' throughout his interview answers?

Note to Rob: you've been vlogging since June 2004.

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Alison,

DeafRead wishes to congratulate you for your 10,000th post!

Here's the link: DeafRead

Amy Cohen Efron, Human Editor
DeafRead.com

Brilliant,
Hope you recover from RSI

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