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Terry Ross
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Please note that I don't do hangouts/chats; it's nothing personal if I don't respond.
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I wonder how these will play with adoptive storage on Android devices? (granted, they'll need another line)

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I can't listen to this too many times.

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A nonprofit, 501c(3) such as Planned Parenthood may now be required to use guarded language because they are not legally allowed to campaign against a presidential candidate.

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In the annals of Silicon Valley history, Nolan Bushnell's name conjures up both brilliant success and spectacular failure. His two landmark achievements were founding Atari in 1972—laying the groundwork for the entire video game industry—and starting Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theatre in 1977. But there’s another highlight of Bushnell's bio that has long gone undocumented: pioneer of the high-tech incubator.

In 1981, Bushnell created Catalyst Technologies, a venture-capital partnership designed to bring the future to life by turning his ideas into companies. In the era of the TRS-80, Betamax, and CB radio, startups funded by Catalyst pursued an array of visionary concepts—from interactive TV to online shopping to door-to-door navigation—that created entire industries decades later. "I read science fiction, and I wanted to live there," Bushnell explains.

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