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It's another episode of El Reg's weekly enterprise tech podcast, hosted by Ed Saipetch, Greg Knieriemen and Sarah Vela. Do only white guys wear Google Glass? Just what did Sarah get up to at school with Reid Hoffman? And what the hell kind of weirdo endorses people for "social media" on LinkedIn?

Find the answers to all of these posers and more in this week's instalment, where Ed is AWOL doing "important things" on the West Coast, allowing the walking wounded to hold the fort (Sarah has had a tooth drilled and Greg's suffering from an old shoulder injury). Don't forget, you can download the podcast, or, better yet, subscribe via iTunes, Google or Stitcher, so you get your weekly dose of SiT automatically.

This week we discuss...

  • Sarah and Greg in pain
  • Eddie on a secret mission
  • Dell's acquisition of Enstratius
  • Adobe bails out of Creative Suite
  • Software as a Service and privacy
  • LinkedIn turns 10
  • Sarah laments about Reid Hoffman in high school
  • Big Data and social media
  • Greg endorses Sarah
  • Google Glass and white guys

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