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Jake McKee spots that Donna Tocci Kryptonite PR person has started blogging. Though I couldn’t actually find any reference to her employer anywhere, which is kinda interesting.

UPDATE: Kevin at Seattleduck clarifies things: Donna is contributing to a group blog at Shut up and drink the Kool-Aid where she is clear about her role at Kryptonite. Thanks, Kevin.

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