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Ep 1268 Where we buy beats behind bars

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Created: 05/10/2013 Today well report a handful of stories, including a study of the lost boy generation and the Machinima network, NSAs secret Google tricks, Pinterest Stress affecting your Mom, and the music business in American prisons.

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IEp 1268 Where we buy beats behind bars,f you bought an Apple iPad 3 in the past three weeks and are now shaking your fists at Apple for just releasing the iPad 4, CNETs Sharon Vaknin is about to become your new best friend. That story plus details on the leaked Sony Playstation Master key, 2012s worst reported passwords, and the secret behind the bootleg Heinz ketchup bust on todays episode of The 404 Show!

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