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June 24, 2016
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Microsoft brought back an old friend to help new users get *rolling.*

There is no denying it: pot is hot! And though much of corporate America has steered clear of the sticky-icky Microsoft announced last week that it is getting into the weed business with software that will help track marijuana plants “from seed to sale.” It’s a new venture for the tech-giant, but it looks like they’re bringing an old friend back to help to users get *rolling.*

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