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The Future of Technology
Brad Wieners associate editor at Wired Magazine, and David Pescovitz,
contributing editor for Wired Magazine, and authors of the book "Reality Check"
are the featured guests. They discuss what one hundred experts had to say about the
future of technology in their book. From gene therapy for cancer to Jet Packs for personal transportation.
Click the link below to hear the show...
The Be Operating System
Jean-Louis Gassée - CE0 Be,
Inc. Not satisfied with the current operating system choices, Gassée
decided to quit |Apple computer and go out on his own, inventing one of the more
innovative operating systems to date. He's a French man with flair and certainly
an entertinaing guest. Click the Real Audio link below to listen to Mr. Gassée's
thought on Being there....
Yes, there are a ton of questions, and a few answers. Check the Computer.Radio
Show Bulletin Board for more answers on those questions that stumped the co-host. Or feel free to listen
here to the show by simply clicking the Real Audio enabled link.
Larry Makinson - Director Center for Responsive Politics
Do you know where the money is giong? Did you know you can look
up your favorite senator and congressman and find out whose funding him?
It's true and Larry tells you all about it. You might recognize the name. Makinson
started the widly popular "Running" program on Channel 7 - KAKM.
Computer & Online Ethics
-Ethics Columnist, MSNBC How does technology and ethics mix? You'd be surprised.
Technology and our use of it can bring about an amazing array of
ethical dilemmas you'd never even thought of. And Joan will open your eyes to
spam, slander, libel and a whole lot more.
Brad Shimmin is the technical analyst for LAN
Times magazine and has authored a ton of articles, along with creating a web site dedicated
to component software called PARTS. He's author of Effective E-Mail
Clearly Explained, LAN Times Guide to Networking Windows 95, and the LAN times Guide
to Interoperability. From learning what all that gibberish is,
to understanding those email attachments, to finding out where to find someone's email
address. You name it, he'll answer tons of email related questions. You're guaranteed to learn something.
The Java Programming Language
Harry McIntosh, author of "Talk
Java to Me" talks about the wonderful world of Java. Pull up a cup of joe and listen for yourself
by clicking the link below. Harry has been a computer programmer for
the past 20 years. He has designed programs for everything from PCs and Macs
up to mainframes. Harry has released three CDs to date, on C, C++ and Java. He and his wife Lynnzy (who
narrates the CDs), live in sunny Denver with two cats, two dogs and a random number
Online Investing The Motley Fools
-Investment Gurus Need a little help investing your hard earned dollars? These guys
are the ones to know when you wanna make your dough grow. Check out their web site
for some of the best investment advice you'll find.
Guiding Your Windows Journey Steve Nelson - You probably have a book written by Steve
because he's written hundreds of books including the widely popular and wonderfully
written Microsoft Press Field Guides. He's also author of many dummies titles, including Quicken Quick
Reference for Dummies. Check out what Steve has to say about all
Microsoft Rep Tells All! Dan Pike,
System engineer with Microsoft, specializing in
Internet and intranet technology gives us his spin on Internet Explorer 4.0.
Mr. Pike He has been with Microsoft for 8 years, and prior to Microsoft worked at IBM
for 2 years. Tune in and boot up this coming Tuesday to hear Mr. Pike tells
us all about Internet Explorer.