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Take It to the Cloud: Google Drive, Renting Adobe, and Living in Public [The Show]

This week on the Lifehacker podcast we're comparing Google Drive to Dropbox, looking at the cost of renting Adobe software, and finding out what happens when you throw your privacy out the window. We've also got tips on learning to type better, finding free music, installing Windows on a Mac, and more. Plus a bunch of downloads and the biggest pile of Grid-Its you've ever seen. More »
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