This Week in Tech Podcast

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    This Week in Tech 601: Fiber to the Press Release

    2:14:16

    Will Twitter's new anti-harassment tools succeed? Tim Cook hints at Apple's AR future. Gigabit fiber vs. 5G wireless vs. satellite internet in a 3-way race to own your broadband. House passes email privacy bill. Coding is the next blue-collar job.  

    --Mike Elgan knows why Twitter's new tools will fail.
    --Jason Hiner doesn't like the MacBook Pro Touch Bar.
    --Liz Gannes knows the perfect way to listen to podcasts.
    --Leo Laporte looks amazing in heart-shaped glasses.



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    This Week in Tech 599: Fold With Dignity

    2:23:49

    Silicon Valley's reaction to Trump's immigration ban and plans for the coming apocalypse. Hugo Barra joins Facebook as VP of VR. Google killed 1.7 bad ads last year. Sprint buys a third of Tidal. Five states will legalize the Right to Repair your own tech. 3D TV is dead.

    --Owen J.J. Stone thinks Marrisa Mayer should be fired from Yahoo
    --Michael Nuñez wants to Make America Rage Again
    --Phil Libin is a real life cyborg
    --Leo has port envy



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    This Week in Tech 588: New Phone, Who Dis?

    2:28:11

    Host: Leo Laporte
    Guests: Mike Elgan, Lauren Hockenson, Alex Wilhelm

    Did Facebook help Donald Trump win the US Presidential Election? Apple's new MacBook Pro is selling better than last year's model. Google's Daydream View VR headsets are out, and they are hot. Literally. Twitter's COO leaves - is Twitter in trouble? Snapchat's new Spectacles go on sale - if you can find them. The Unicode Consortium approves 56 new emojis. Sadly, not Finland's suggested emojis - sauna and heavy metal headbanger.

    Mike Elgan thinks that Facebook has to step up to the fact-checking bat when it comes to its News Feed.
    Alex Wilhelm can't stop tweeting - in fact, he's tweeting right now!
    Lauren Hockenson gives her first-hand impressions of the Daydream View
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    Check Out This Week In Tech !

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    In this video, I talk about a very popular podcast called, This Week In Tech (TWiT) with Leo Laporte. This tech podcast is easily one of the most popular out there and discusses the week's tech events. It is recorded live every Sunday at 3PM PDT at and then published as a podcast the following day. I've been a guest host on 3 episodes of TWiT (#168, #172, and #186) which includes this past Sunday's episode - . Please check out TWiT weekly for great tech news from the leading tech minds of the web and yours truly. Thanks!

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    This Week in Tech 589: Save it for St. Patricks Day

    2:22:26

    British Parliament passes the Snoopers Charter. Fake news is on the rise. Snapchat files for a secret IPO. Selfie deaths have more than doubled each year for the past three years. Apple charges $300 for a book of pictures of Apple products.

    --Owen J.J. Stone can't even believe the new MacBook Pro
    --Georgia Dow thinks the key to breaking our addiction with technology lies in education and good parenting
    --Baratunde Thurston wants you to take action for what you believe in



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    This Week in Tech 432: Bitcoin Assassin

    2:9:45

    Console updates, virtual credit cards, savvy assassins, malware on the ISS, and more.

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    TWiT Episode 21 Taped Before a Live Audience

    1:34:30

    Leo Laporte, Patrick Norton, Kevin Rose, Robert Heron, David Prager, and John C. Dvorak. Special Guests: Roger McGuinn of the Byrds, Arlo Rose of Konfabulator, Alex Lindsay from the Pixel Corps, Applescript product manager Sal Soghoian. Live from the Apple Store in downtown San Francisco. Thanks to our hosts, Apple Computer, and to all the folks who showed up and made us feel welcome. This is the audio edition. Kevin Rose and Keith Harrison from systm.org are working on the video version and will offer it later. Get the audio now at the usual places: Main feed - courtesy AOL Radio BitTorrent - four flavors, no waiting Topics:

    * Creative accuses Apple's iPod of patent violation.
    * What's the big Apple announcement Wednesday? Looks like an itunes phone, but is there more?
    * Creative ships the Neeon MP3 player with a Windows worm.
    * Is Creative #2 in the MP3 player market? They want 40% of the market by the end of 2005, but they're losing money right now.
    * Google boycott of cnet reaches week six.
    * Free Linspire at least till Sept. 6th. That might be more interesting news if there weren't already better free versions like Debian, Gentoo, etc.
    * Roger McGuinn brought us the Samson C01U USB Mic - it's just $80 and perfect for podcasting (or recording).
    * Roger's owns his own record company now... which means he actually makes money instead of the record companies.
    * Apple kills the Mac mini test drive in one day. Why?
    * Textamerica is offering a way for cell phone users in the wake of Katrina to tell loved ones they're ok.
    * We were mesmerized by the Katrina blog from Output Crystal.
    * Katrina: how is WiMAX going to work if there's no electricity?
    * The Associated Press is offering Internet access to a satellite image that covers most of New Orleans, detailed enough that viewers can zoom in to check on particular neighborhoods and streets.
    * Scott from Reseller Rattings is offering matching donations to Katrina to the Red Cross up to $10,000
    * Arlo Rose from Konfabulator joins us. It's now free from Yahoo!
    * Alex Lindsay from DV Garage and the Pixel Corps announced MacBreak the new IPTV show he's doing with Leo.
    * Who isn't? Kevin has systm (taping today's show, by the way).
    * And Patrick's doing a weekly IPTV show for Ziff-Davis. Episode 4 goes out LIVE 9PM EST September 6th... available for download in WMV that night, in other formats Wednesday. (Woohoo!)
    * Patrick holds up the $3 telephone VOiP headset Leo likes so much...
    * McGuinn plays the HD-7 - a seven string Martin he designed. Acoustic Guitar magazine is giving one away.
    * Listener Questions:
    * What's our biz model?
    * How do we create RSS feeds? Kevin's doing his in house... Feedburner does a good job of turning blogs into podcasts. Leo uses (and loves) Feeder. Jon of the Jon Hammond show uses .Mac and Rapid Weaver.
    * Why did Yahoo! go w/ $1.99 to host domains? It costs at least $4.00 to do the work w/ InterNIC... We think it's a loss leader to get you to buy other Yahoo! webhosting products.
    * Where is the PowerPC going after Apple? John says it's dead.
    * Gentoo Developer Chris notes crazy patents like the Tarzan yell and swing.
    * Ashley... thanks for the Doin' The TWiT theme!!!
    * Live next week at Noonan's in Larkspur Landing, CA.

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    TweakTown Weekly Podcast #13 - This Week in Tech

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    - A lot has happened in the world of technology in the past week, tune in to hear more!

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    This Week in Tech 553: Android Nutroll

    2:26:14

    Host: Leo Laporte
    Leo Laporte, David Pogue, Mark Milian, and Nathan Olivarez-Giles discuss the big tech news stories of the week including President Obama's encryption speech at SXSW, AlphaGo leads 3-1 against Lee Se-dol, Apple announcement rumors, Android N preview highlights, and more...
    Guests: Mark Milian, Nate Olivarez-Giles, and David Pogue
    For additional show notes, visit twit.tv/twit/553.
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    Furlo Bros Tech Podcast 267: An Open Letter To This Week In Tech

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    It started out as a normal tech week... and then Slack wrote an open letter to Microsoft - an unforced error. We dive deep into why it's a mistake. Plus, we talk about a new vigilante app, Deepmind playing Starcraft, Apple's lack of a vision, Toyota's cool toy to turn on your car, Xiamoi's goal of selling phones in the US, the future of voice activated devices, and VR. See for all the show notes.

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    TweakTown Weekly Podcast #10 - This Week in Tech

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    - The last week of January 2014 saw some heavy shifts in the tech world, something we cover in our #10 podcast!

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    TweakTown Weekly Podcast #16 - This Week in Tech

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    - GIGABYTE surprises us for this week's technology Podcast, unveiling a super-small, super power efficient GeForce GTX 970 GPU.

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    Part II: King of Tech Talk, Leo Laporte

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    Part II: Leo Laporte is on radio shows across the nation, most notably on KFI in Los Angeles and KGO in San Francisco, two of the most listened to radio stations in the world. His This Week in Tech show has the largest tech podcast audience on iTunes. He usually has the biggest tech audience of any live show on Stickam. People like Kevin Rose, founder of Digg, have launched their careers after being associated with him. Here we sit down for a fun talk with Leo at his studio in Petaluma, California to find out how he does it all.

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    This Week in Tech 514: Enter My Candy Foyer

    2:4:46

    Hosts: Leo Laporte, Merlin Mann, Harry McCracken, Patrick Norton, and Dylan Tweney
    Apple Music, Twitter turnovers, Reddit bans, OPM hack, and more.
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    Leo Laporte

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    For From Wikipedia: Leo Gordon Laporte (born November 29, 1956 in New York City, New York)[1] is an American technology broadcaster and author. A native of Providence, RI, he now lives in Petaluma, California with his second wife Jennifer and two children, Henry and Abby. Laporte currently owns and operates a netcast network, TWiT.tv. The name is derived from the network's award winning, flagship podcast This WEEK in TECH, or TWiT, which is hosted by Laporte along with a rotating panel of guests usually made up of several other former TechTV employees. This show remains one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes and other podcast subscription services, as evidenced by winning an award at the November 2005 Podcasting Expo in California for the year's best podcast and by its over 280,000 weekly downloads.
    Laporte prefers to call his shows netcasts, saying I've never liked the word podcast. It causes confusion ... people have told me that they can't listen to my shows because they 'don't own an iPod' ... I propose the word 'netcast.' It's a little clearer that these are broadcasts over the Internet. It's catchy and even kind of a pun.[14] With the addition of TWiT.tv's live video feed, the shows are no longer audio-only.
    Some of his other netcasts include Security Now! with Steve Gibson, MacBreak and MacBreak Weekly, both hosted in a fashion similar to TWiT, The Daily Giz Wiz with Dick DeBartolo, Munchcast with Cammy Blackstone, Windows Weekly with Paul Thurrott, FLOSS Weekly, net@nite with Amber MacArthur, and Roz Rows The Pacific (launched June 3, 2008).
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    Behind the scenes of This Week in Tech , Part One

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    Part one of two of how TWiT is recorded. A look behind the scene as Leo Laporte records the popular technology podcast This Week in Technology (TWiT) at Texas Coworking during the SXSW conference in Austin, TX.

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    This Week in Tech 534: Puffy Little Clouds

    2:25:25

    Host: Leo Laporte
    Guests: Alex Lindsay, Tim Stevens, and Christina Warren
    New Apple TV, iPad shelf life, Twitch Creative, Crandroid, and more.

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    Podcast Montage

    2:56

    Here is a montage of many popular podcasts put to Dinosaurs Will Die by NOFX.

    Podcasts used:
    Ctrl+Alt+Chicken
    Diggnation
    From The Shadows
    InDigital
    MacBreak
    Mysteries of Science Explained
    Pixel Perfect
    Systm
    TheBroken
    Tiki Bar TV
    TWiT: This Week in Tech
    WebDrifter

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    This Week in Tech 559: Ew, EU!

    2:12:10

    Host: Leo Laporte
    Guests: Christina Warren, Serenity Caldwell, and Roberto Baldwin
    Apple’s recycled gold, Kindle book scam, Uber tips, Magic Leap questions, and more.
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    iPhone 5S Fingerprint Sensor Confirmed: This Week in Tech 419

    1:33

    Clayton Morris tells Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Liz Gannes, and Larry Magid that he has sources confirming that the next iPhone will have a fingerprint sensor on the home button.

    Watch the full episode here:

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    What Kind of Extraterrestrial Life Is Out There? - Tech Fetish Podcast Episode 230

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    This week the Tech Fetish crew discusses NASA's claims of finding alien life by 2025, a phone battery that charges in 1 minute, Apple iPhone rumors, and more.

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    TweakTown Weekly Podcast #11 - This Week in Games

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    - Our Gaming Podcast for the week covers the last week of January and the gaming world.

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    This Week in Tech 456: SnapChad

    2:14:18

    Hi-res audio, identity players, privacy costs, fear of regulation, and more.

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    This Week in Tech 531: I Hate Unicorns

    2:16:25

    Host: Leo Laporte
    'Steve Jobs' movie, AR expectation problems, Surface Book, Amazon as disruptor, and more.
    Guests: Georgia Dow, Harry McCracken, and Robert Scoble
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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 1

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    Video 1

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    How About That Apple Watch? - Tech Fetish Podcast

    1:3:58

    This week, the Tech Fetish crew discusses all the announcements that came out of Apple's March 9 event: the Apple Watch, the new MacBook, and the AppleTV's price drop.

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    Worst Tech of 2016 - What The Tech Ep. 336

    55:26

    Andrew and Paul run down their worst in tech of 2016 including Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones exploding, and Microsoft forcing Windows 10 upgrades on users.

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    This Week in Tech 423: Unapologetically Plastic

    2:9:42

    New iPhones, NFC vs. iBeacons, meaning of 64 bit, the next Dell, and more.

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    This Week in Science and Tech Podcast - May 30, 2016

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    Concluding the Memorial Day podcast is the This Week in Science and Tech portion,... which got a little interesting as the intoxication started to set in on some of our cast members.

    Intro and Outro track:
    Innerspace Original Soundtrack, composed by Jerry Goldsmith
    Copyright: Warner Bros. Studios
    Soundtrack released by Geffon Records

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    This Week in Tech 406: Om in Yoga Pants

    2:6:17

    Yahoo and Tumblr, unification of Google services, Larry's aspiration, Jeri's glasses, and more.

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    MrpTech Reviews Live: My Favorite Tech Podcasts

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    Here is another test of the Live Stream. This week I discuss all of my favorite podcasts.

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    Coolsmartphone Podcast 195 Live

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    Join the rampant opinionists of Coolsmartphone.com as they discuss the week in tech news and mobile electronics. We'll try and not speak about airport lounges too much. We promise.

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    This week on the tech authority podcast!

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    Windows Cloud Hands On - What The Tech Ep. 342

    46:36

    Andrew and Paul follow up last week's new about Microsoft's plans for Windows Cloud. Is Windows Cloud meant to compete with Chromebooks? Microsoft is making big changes to Windows Setup. What is Microsoft changing and why? And Paul talks about scanning his old photos and uploading them to the cloud.

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    Cocoanetics visits TWIT

    10:49

    We visited a taping of This Week in Tech with Leo Laporte and also took the opportunity to pitch an iOS developer podcast to Leo.
    Sorry for the bad audio at some points, we recorded with two iPhone 4S and one GoPro and these bad periods are when we only had audio from the GoPro.

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    Tech Week LA : We Are LA Tech podcast reaches No.1

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    Tech Week LA : We Are LA Tech podcast reaches No.1

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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 9

    1:26

    Video 9

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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 4

    1:35

    Video 4

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    My favourite social media, internet and tech podcasts.

    1:54

    I regularly listen to Six Pixels of Separation (Mitch Joel), Marketing Over Coffee (Christopher Penn & John Wall), This Week in Tech (Leo Laporte) and Social Media Marketing (Michael Stelzner)

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    This Week in Tech 449: Left, Right, and Sunday

    2:4:09

    Missing Malaysia Airlines flight, US to give up DNS, anonymity apps, and more.

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    5 Cool Podcasts

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    I love podcasts. I am a podcaster (on hiatus at the moment). I listen to many shows and these are 5 I think you should listen too!

    Q:


    Dirt Dawg's Running Diatribe:


    Japan Talk:


    This Week in Tech TWiT:


    SModcast:



    Another amazing podcast that i didn't mention in the video, but am compelled to here is Stuff You Should Know:



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    Music:
    Busan Kevin by Erik Lundgren
    ttp://youtube.com/user/mrErikLundgren

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    Speaking in Tech Podcast 100th Episode

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    Hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week is our 100th episode and our special guests are John Troyer from VMware, Amy Lewis from Cisco, Chris Evans from Architecting.IT, Mark Twomey (AKA Storagezilla) from EMC and Vaughn Stewart from Pure Storage.

    -Introductions (0:45)
    -The worst episode of SiT (5:25)
    -The worst host of SiT (10:55)
    -VMware busy with announcements: VSANs and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) (12:23)
    -VMware noise around VDI (18:39)
    -Challenges for Microsoft (22:50)
    -Chris Evans rumor alert: Project Mystic -- EMC & VMware Do Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (27:15)
    -Snowden live at SXSW: Encryption and oversight are key to privacy (29:30)
    -Lena Dunham vs Snowden at SXSW (36:12)
    -Privacy and control of data in the cloud (39:50)
    -Austin cracks down on Uber during SXSW (41:00)
    -Uber is criminal and serial killers on Craigslist (47:20)
    -Future guest requests (50:50)

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    VR helmet on roller coaster

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    The New VR Coaster at Six Flags Is the Future of Vomiting. with commentary from twit.tv's This Week in Tech #533 podcast on 13 March 2016. with Leo Laporte, Mark Milian, and Nathan Olivarez-Giles . See the original at or on YouTube at

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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 10

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    Video 10

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    Furlo Bros Tech Podcast 209: Oculawesome

    2:20:26

    What an action packed week for tech! Matthew gets his new iPhone, VW gets in trouble with the EPA, Smule sues some former employees, Oculus held their developer conference this week, Pebble came out with a new watch, Microsoft released Office 2016, and Apple's App store got hacked. Check below for all the details and links.



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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 8

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    Video 8

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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 6

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    video 6

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    Would You Ever Buy a Flying Car? - Tech Fetish Podcast Ep. 229

    1:5:05

    This week we dive into the backlog of news to discuss the arrival of flying cars, what it'd take for the Nintendo NX to be competitive, the (potential) revival of woolly mammoths, and more.

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    Macworld TwiT podcast live 2

    1:07

    Video 2

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