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Life Hack Podcast Episode 3- Interview with Margaret Olson

Life Hack Podcast Episode 3- Interview with Margaret Olson

Life Hack Podcast- Ep3- Listening to Podcasts, Google Calendar Tips, an Interview with Margaret Olson of Plum.

Well folks, here it is: the 3rd installment of the Life Hack podcast. This episode covers some of the articles you might’ve seen on the site over the last week, as well as a full interview with Margaret Olson, CTO and cofounder of Plum, a bookmarking type tool that helps you create collections of information. Not just web pages, but pictures, audio, all different types of media.

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We’d really love your feedback on this episode. Let us know the good, the bad, and the ugly about it. And, if you’ve got something you think the Life Hack audience wants to hear about in an interview, or if there are other areas you want the podcast to cover that aren’t getting covered in our weekly post coverage at Lifehack.org, let us know!

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-Chris Brogan.

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