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- Shareable: 4 Seriously Cool Ways Nonprofits Are Using Crowdsourcing, www.shareable.net
- Andrew Auernheimer Case Uncomfortably Similar To Aaron Swartz Case, Slashdot
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- Researchers Demonstrate Reliable DNA Data Storage in Work Published in Nature, MIT Technology Review
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