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Inmates go high-tech as startup mania hits San Quentin

Inmates in the Last Mile program at San Quentin State Prison prepare to present their startup ideas in San Quentin, California February 22, 2013 . REUTERS/Gerry Shih

Inmates in the Last Mile program at San Quentin State Prison prepare to present their startup ideas in San Quentin, California February 22, 2013 . REUTERS/Gerry Shih

Inmates in the Last Mile program at San Quentin State Prison prepare to present their startup ideas in San Quentin, California February 22, 2013 . REUTERS/Gerry Shih
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Jorge Heredia, an inmate at San Quentin State Prison, is congratulated by his fellow inmates after presenting his startup idea in San Quentin, California February 22, 2013 . REUTERS/Gerry Shih

Jorge Heredia, an inmate at San Quentin State Prison, is congratulated by his fellow inmates after presenting his startup idea in San Quentin, California February 22, 2013 . REUTERS/Gerry Shih

Jorge Heredia, an inmate at San Quentin State Prison, is congratulated by his fellow inmates after presenting his startup idea in San Quentin, California February 22, 2013 . REUTERS/Gerry Shih
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