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November 26, 2022

Footnotes: Ctrl+P; KPMG Thinking About Pirates; LinkedIn Dating | 04.29.14

Deloitte wasted time and effort to find out lost/stolen mobile phones are packed with precious private data [siliconrepublic]

KPMG says hackers are the new pirates [Port Technology]

Office for iPad now allows you to print [InformationWeek]

Push For Progressive Income Taxes Picks Up In The Blue States [Forbes]


Messaging apps might be killing your phone's battery [Lifehacker]

Apparently, 5 = 0 [Twitter]

Single? Maybe you'd be interested in trying this disgusting hybrid of Tinder and LinkedIn [FastCo]

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