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  • And her steps are thuds in Doc Martens, faster-faster, and with each one she hears the word 'placation.'

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  • The faster-faster model of media and technology consumption is demonstrated by the fact that while it took 15 years for mobile phone ownership to reach half the population, it is expected that internet-capable smartphones will reach the same proportion in just five years.

    Welcome to the toilet-talking, midnight phone-junkie generation

  • Stories can help people work more collaboratively and thus help teams get it done faster-faster time to market.

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  • Your mileage may vary, of course, but so far the latest version of iTunes is faster-faster loading, faster navigating, faster synchronizing my iPhone, iPod touch, and iPod nano.

    Daily Macintosh App Reviews, News and Commentary | Mac360

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