Not despite autism, but because of it.
There are probably a few good professors reading this right now. (Public Insight is full of a high-quality audience)."But since they have trouble reading facial expressions, parsing nonverbal communications or showing emotion, they’re often perceived as strange, wooden, non-responsive or even creepy. Not exactly a laundry list of characteristics employers are looking for, especially in this economy."And I liked that your Mum was included in the interview as well.Cognitive interpreters are very good.
It's awesome! I tweeted it. :)