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Miley covers technology, telecom and education for The Kiplinger Letter. He joined Kiplinger in August 2010 as a reporter for Kiplinger's Personal Finance, where he wrote articles, fact-checked content and culled investing databases. He holds a BA from Bates College and a master's degree in magazine journalism from Northwestern University. He writes for Kiplinger.com's "Starting Out" column for twentysomethings. An avid runner and a former decathlete, he has written about fitness and competed in triathlons.
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