Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, September 3, 2013

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Today is a bit of a Kodak moment. At least, the company is hoping for that. Expected to emerge from bankruptcy today, the old camera and film maker has a new focus: a future in printing. And lots of people are logging back into the old campus intranet this week, as students, professors and administrators return to colleges and universities around the country. And you know what that means. We're starting yet another academic year of campus-wide hacks. Can it all be avoided?

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The end of Kodak moments?

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