Deaf communication tech
Made your first call on a minicom? Just called a friend via TypeTalk?
Sent a fax for the first time? Received one of these new-fangled SMS messages?
Watched your first teletext subtitled television programme?
Sent an email thing to a work colleague?
See Hear - the long running Saturday lunchtime TV show for hearing impaired people - is looking for deaf people who can tell us about their experiences of getting to grips with new technology for a tech special edition.
We're looking for stories that are unusual, amusing, entertaining, emotionally moving, even surprising. Were you one of the first people to bring a minicom into the UK? Were you the one who told your friends about the potential of text messaging? Were you the one who switched your friends on to instant messaging? Then See Hear want to hear from you.
If you have a story to tell, then get in contact in the follwoing high and low tech ways:
Fax: 020 8752 6535
Snail mail: Room G418, BBC White City, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TS.
Please pass this request on to your friends, your family and anyone else you think would like to take part.