Our community has long been of interest to researchers, media and others because of the unique ways in which our community works. While we don’t allow academics to conduct direct research on community members, our all-volunteer team often talks about what we do in the interest of outreach.
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- Windheim, D. (2009, Jun 19). Alejandra Ospina of GimpGirl.com. Dialogues with Dan. Rockland World Radio.