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A League Of His Own Kevin Koym has a degree in electrical engineering, a r?sum? that includes stints at IBM, Motorola, and NeXT Computer, and a two-person software company called Enterprise Teaming. But last summer, when a computer glitch at his bank kept him from paying one of his bills, Koym was flummoxed.