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In Touch: Disability And Social Networking

April 6, 2011

BBC Ouch blog has details of yesterday’s In Touch programme on Radio 4, which is available on iPlayer whenever you like to listen to it. The programme asked four disabled people how and why they use social networking sites. Being disabled and a very big fan of these myself, the topic interests me quite a bit. Do you have any thoughts on this, readers?

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  1. April 6, 2011 1:44 pm

    I wrote about this last year after the Gilderdale story, particularly as regards housebound people:

    <a href="href=http://www.blogistan.co.uk/blog/mt.php/2010/02/08/the_real_value_of_online_friendships_hadley_freeman_revisited

    That was in response to Emily Levick’s article about her own friendship with Lynn Gilderdale, on the Guardian’s website.

  2. April 6, 2011 5:34 pm

    (Corrected version of above comment)

    I wrote about this last year after the Gilderdale story, particularly as regards housebound people:

    The Real Value of Online Friendships

    That was in response to Emily Levick’s article about her own friendship with Lynn Gilderdale, on the Guardian’s website.

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