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    In the past, we’ve talked about how SkyDrive is more than just a place to store your files. While you can put any file in your SkyDrive and access it from anywhere, SkyDrive is also a platform for apps like Microsoft OneNote 2010 to build on. The ubiquity of SkyDrive means that if you’re...