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How a Deaf-Run Pizzeria Takes Your Order Over the Phone

Thanks to a bit of tax on everyone's phone bill the government funds an incredible service that leverages mobile video chat and human sign language interpreters to make calling between Deaf and hearing people so frictionless that entirely Deaf-run businesses like the San Francisco pizza joint Mozzeria thrive in the cut-throat restaurant world.


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