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At Universal Pain Management, Dr. Francis Riegler confers with Trudy Roberts, the clinic's nurse practitioner, over a patient's record of prescription drug purchases. Sarah Varney/KQED hide caption

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Calif.'s Prescription-Drug Monitoring System Feels Pain From Budget Cuts

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M. Ward's latest album, A Wasteland Companion, comes out April 10. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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M. Ward: Sounds Of A Different Time And Place

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Workers share office space at Grind, a co-working company in New York City. Those who want to use Grind's facilities are vetted through a competitive application process. JaegerSloan hide caption

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For Freelancers, Landing A Workspace Gets Harder

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Panos Papadopoulos, 28, is the co-founder of BugSense, which makes a service to track bugs in mobile phone applications. He also mentors other young entrepreneurs at CoLab, a business incubator in Greece. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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Unemployed Greeks Look To Create Their Own Jobs

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Several Web browsers, including Mozilla's Firefox, enable users to request additional privacy online via a "do not track" button. But there's no consensus on how much privacy the button should offer users. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Do Not Track' Web Browser Option Gains Steam

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