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Life Hacks with Gina Trapani

Life Hacks with Gina Trapani

Show #43 Dec 06 2006 plus show notes

Scott and Carl talk about life hacks with Gina Trapani, web developer and author of the book "Life Hacker - 88 tricks to turbocharge your day".

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