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Hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week, Ed is out so it's just Sarah and Greg stirring up the week's tech news.

This week we discuss…

  • Revving through San Jose (1:00)
  • Sarah's 4th (3:35)
  • Box gets more money (4:50)
  • Public vs Private cloud for file sharing (8:45)
  • The right to be forgotten (14:20)
  • Sarah meets Michael Dell (17:55)
  • Court says cyber-bullying law violates free speech (19:10)
  • Trigger warnings (22:20)
  • VMworld plans sand big trade shows (28:10)

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Speaking in Tech: Episode 117

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