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David Bolton

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Dave Bolton is a writer for Applause. Dave is a journalist and blogger who moved to Massachusetts from London in 2009. He has written local news for AOL, video gaming for Bostinno and was a Senior Tech Writer at Boston-based Brafton Media. His published work has focused on the digital world, with regular detours into political science and sports.

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