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You, Too, Can Print Your Own Guitar

Industrial engineer Scott Summit dreamed of being a rock star. That didn't happen, but he did make an acoustic guitar out of nylon powder.
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Study: Unemployment Discussion Differs By Swing State

Analyzing 20 months' worth of blogs, news stories and story comments in Florida, Ohio and Virginia found that voters in the nation's swing states talk about unemployment in very particular ways. The findings could cast some light on what's driving the vote.
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Baseball Autographs Get A Digital Upgrade

Traditional baseball autographs are getting an upgrade thanks to a new startup. For around $50, fans can get an autographed digital picture, a handwritten note and a personalized audio message from major leaguers. The company has signed up about 130 players so far.
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Writer Embraces Technology To Save Sight

Programmer and science fiction writer Daniel Keys Moran lost sight in one eye several years ago. Though he's feared losing sight in the other eye ever since, new technology has him cheering.
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Tech Week Ahead: New Google Earnings

All Things Considered host Robert Siegel takes a look at the week ahead in tech with NPR's technology correspondent Steve Henn. This week, Google will release its third-quarter earnings, and they look to be in a position to challenge Microsoft's as the second largest tech company in terms of market capitalization.
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Baseball Autographs Get A Digital Upgrade

Traditional baseball autographs are getting an upgrade thanks to a new startup. For around $50, fans can get an autographed digital picture, a handwritten note and a personalized audio message from major leaguers. The company has signed up about 130 players so far.

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