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  1. Stacey Dooley: Fresh Starts Tony and Eddie: Swapping 9-5 to fight crime

    Only six months ago, Tony and Eddie had nothing to do with law and order - until they joined the National Detective Programme.

    They have now graduated from the police academy and joined the force as trainee detective constables, supporting victims of crime and bringing offenders to justice.

    From learning to manage their fears to making their first arrest, Tony and Eddie will tell Stacey how it feels to move into a completely new career – and world.

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  2. Steve Jobs Stories on Clubhouse by Computer History Museum

    Chris Fralic, Steven Levy, Esther Dyson, Mike Slade, John/Diane SCULLEY, Seth Godin, Andy Cunningham, Dan’l Lewin, Doug Menuez, Regis McKenna, Andy Hertzfeld, and Steven Rosenblatt share their "Steve Jobs Stories" in honor of what would have been the Apple cofounder’s 66th birthday.

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  3. 36 Seconds That Changed Everything

    From the moment Steve Jobs announced it in 2007, anticipation for the first iPhone was off the charts. And when it shipped? Customers lined up around their local Apple stores; some arriving days before the phones could be bought.

    But the hype and hysteria left one group of cell phone users out – if you had a disability, the new hotness was just a cold, unresponsive rectangle of plastic and glass.

    This is the story of how that changed in June of 2009, and what it has meant to people who are blind, have a hearing disability, or experience motor delays.

    This is the story of iPhone accessibility.

    —Huffduffed by SteveMarshall

  4. Should I Stay or Should I Go?

    Stories about people teetering on the edge of this question: Should they stay or go? A software writer loses his job, but refuses to go away. He continues to show up at work, sneaking in the door each day and putting in long hours on a project the company canceled. A student from Pakistan finishes four years of college in Philadelphia and has to decide whether to move back home. And other stories.

    —Huffduffed by SteveMarshall

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