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<p>If you use multiple email clients or need to open certain links in a specific web browser, then <a href=""><strong>Bumpr</strong></a> is for you. <strong>Khoi Vinh</strong> explains how Bumpr was born out of a need that he and his co-creator Scott Ostler had. You might have that same need as you work from home if your employer mandates something other than what you use. Khoi reviews how it works, why it does not present any security risks, and why you may forget that you are using it.</p>
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<h3>Show Notes:</h3>
<p><strong>Khoi Vinh</strong> is the co-creator of <a href=""><strong>Bumpr</strong></a>. Follow him on Twitter and check out his blog, <a href=""><strong>Subtraction</strong></a>.</p>
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