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January 04, 2009


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Thanks for this link Juxtabook, I'll put it on my blog too. I'm truly shocked that only 4% of books currently go into braille. I knew that blind people have trouble finding certain kinds of books - I used to read for a blind friend at university - but had no idea the tally was this low.
Happy New Year, by the way!

Happy New Year! I caught the end of this on R4 this morning, so thank you for the whole story.

Hello, how are you doing? Hope all is well. You have an amazing website. Thank you for sharing.

I heard Ian Rankin on R4 this morning. It followed a discussion on the £17.5 million pounds pledged by the Scottish Govt to buy a Titian . Priorities? I think the Scottish Govt needs to re-think theirs!

Thanks for the link I didn't realise so few books were translated into braille.

Thanks all - especially Alis as I notice you'vr done an even better write up of the subject on Hawkins Bizarre.

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