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I'm a professional journalist who's been covering consumer technology since 2008. I contribute regularly to PCWorld, TechHive, and Fast Company, and have written for Time.com, the New York Times, Macworld, Popular Mechanics, and Rolling Stone. My free newsletter on streaming video and over-the-air television, Cord Cutter Weekly, has more than 14,000 subscribers.
Every two weeks, typically on Monday mornings but subject to change due to holidays and special circumstances.
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