Full-time Stringer, San Francisco Bureau -- covering semiconductors
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Let’s do the time warp again!

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In this day and age,  it’s a wonder anyone sits down to watch television as it’s being aired anymore.

With the advent of Tivo Digital Video Recorders, online streaming through sites like Hulu.com, and the iTunes store, young people like myself have begun to ditch their cable bill for a more unwired alternative.  It’s given new spark to the old term, “Time Shifting,” which is essentially when a someone records a program for later. It’s what I do when I listen to the podcast of Marketplace every morning on my way to work, and it’s what my girlfriend does when she watches 30 Rock on the web — all 100 percent legal and, most importantly, convenient!

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      "A San Francisco native, I've always had an interest in computers and electronics. I guess it makes sense that I'd eventually find myself covering semiconductors as a full-time stringer for Reuters. It's always been my dream to work for a wire service, and I'm excited to be a part of this fantastic company."
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