Marketplace Tech Report for Friday, December 28, 2012

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This week we're looking at what's going to be big in tech in 2013. One of the most important stories next year will be about what we're giving up when it comes to the version of ourself we present online. Plus, while we're talking about living online, a new experiment for an old medium: Lettrs.com. Founder Drew Bartkiewicz, a tech entrepeneur who has a soft spot for snail mail, launched the website this month.
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Online privacy in 2013 and trading old school correspondence on Lettrs.com

Gizmodo's managing editor Brian Barrett talks his tech predictions for 2013, and Lettrs.com offers a new way to trade old school correspondence online.
Posted In: 2013, online privacy, social media, letters

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