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Plumber, electrician... digitician?

As homes get more wired, a new trade emerges

By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / March 1, 2004

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Paul Gosselin is battling the mother of all viruses. Furiously clicking his way through the operating system on his customer's personal computer, he squashes cookies, pop-up ad files, and viruses with abandon. Then he encounters the big one. Gosselin's antivirus program triggers a counterattack by the virus that shuts the computer down. The "blue screen of death" flashes up. He ... (Full Article: 1316 Words)

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