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Last year the Dig revealed that Xerox left a trove of license plate and home address information exposed online.
The subterranean MBTA CharlieCard Store is a terrific metaphor for everything that’s wrong with transportation in Boston
At the core of the exhibit is a meditation on our addiction to self-archiving, and the separate selves that we create and immortalize within the infinite spaces of our connected networks.
If nothing else, it’s a great way to network within the tech community, at an event that includes everybody from engineers to social media mavens, and in the end you help people with cancer simply by cleaning your room and going to a party.