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MOOCs for everyone, but the deaf

MOOCs for everyone, but the deaf

For the past decade, we've all been enjoying online media one way or another. "Breaking Bad" was dangerous, especially with Netflix's auto-play feature; it would automatically show the next episode, and we just had to watch "one more" episode.

In 2005, YouTube began allowing users to upload video clips online. In 2007, Netflix allowed users to watch streamed television shows and movies on our computers. In 2008, Hulu began streaming television shows. Today, all of us have seen a YouTube clip, watched a movie on Netflix, or enjoyed an episode on Hulu. In fact viewers coined a new term: