Show of 5-11-2002

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  • Congressional Internet Caucus Update
  • Melissa Virus Update (continuation of last week’s story)
  • How secure is your password?
  • Meet The Chipsons
  • Security Flaw in FormMail
  • Senate Hates Macs
  • First Fallout of the HP-Compaq Merger
  • Stupid Lawsuit of the Week
  • Xybernaut Wearable Computer Helps Disabled Kids
  • Northern Virginia ?War Drivers? Caught in Baltimore
  • Stratford
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Show of 5-4-2002

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  • National ID Tag Update
  • Best Buy Suspends Use of Wireless Cash Registers
  • Melissa Creator Sentenced to 20 months in jail
  • Microsoft Anti-trust Developments
  • Look to the Future of the Internet
  • Flexible foldable LCD screen will revolutionize computers
  • Upgrading to Windows XP Personal Experiences
  • Microsoft Backs AMDs 64-bit chip
  • Robot Update
  • Hemmingway Goes Digital
  • Email
  • Is the AOL model obsolete?
  • Stratford
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Show of 4-27-2002

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  • Bill Gates Completes Testimony
  • Domain Name Renewals Drop
  • W32.Klez.gen@mm Upgraded to Level 4 by Symantec
  • 3com puts Firewall in NIC
  • Online Personal Privacy Bill (S 2201)
  • Fisher-Price Pixter, Palm for Kids
  • Higher powered IT Departments On the Cheap
  • Microsoft Backs AMDs 64-bit chip
  • CIA Warns of Chinese Plans for Cyber-Attacks on US
  • First Dual Band 802.11A/B Access Point Now Available
  • Email
  • Stratford
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Show of 4-20-2002

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  • Home Networking, Debunking the Mystery
  • W32.Klez.H@mm Worm Raised to Level 3 Threat
  • Bill Gates to Testify Monday
  • Satellite Broadband Given Thumbs Up
  • Interplanetary Internet, a JPL initiative
  • DCISOC and CIT Future of the Internet Series
  • Microsoft Win Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC)
  • Modular PC announced at WinHEC
  • Xbox to Lower Prices in Europe and Australia
  • Nomad Jukebox 3
  • CyberBus on University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
  • CyberPlane demonstrated by Inmarsat
  • Stratford News
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Show of 4-13-2002

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  • A Look at the Future
  • Pancake Technology Rundown in Honor of DB’s pancake batter swim for charity
  • Napster Dumps 30 More Employees
  • Online Filing for the Tardy
  • Security
  • Sharing the Airwaves
  • Internet Fraud Complaint Center 2001 Statistics
  • National ID Cards Questions to Blue Ribbon Panel
  • WiFi Lite Proposal by Microsoft
  • Mail Bag
  • Stratford
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Show of 4-6-2002

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  • Internet Search Patterns
  • Overture sues Google
  • Microsoft?s Anti-Unix site creates embarrassment
  • Microsoft XP Service Pack 1 in Beta
  • Windows XP Experiences to date
  • 802.11b versus 802.11a Wireless Connectivity
  • Personal Backup Strategies
  • Future of the Internet Lecture Series
  • Celine Dion?s New CD Crashes PCs
  • Industry should take another tactic for online sales
  • Mail Bag
  • Brilliant Entertainment Secretly Delivers Software
  • Microsoft Tech Ed is next week
  • US to allow human chip implants
  • Tech Talk News
  • Stratford
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Show of 3-30-2002

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  • Computer Security and Information Assurance
  • Compaq-HP Merger
  • Wireless Revisited
  • Web Radio’s Last Stand
  • Courts Kill Resumption of Napster
  • Mozilla Is Actually Getting to be Respectable
  • Other News
  • Stratford
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Show of 3-23-2002

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  • Tech Talk Guest: Don Bailey
  • HP-Compaq Merger is approved
  • Free e-mail will soon be history
  • Wireless ISP Movement
  • Magnetic Strip on Driver?s License an Information Boon for Bar
  • Conference Update
  • Google News
  • Stratford News
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Show of 3-16-2002

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  • Tech Talk Guests
  • Census Bureau Plan for Paperless 2010 Census
  • Global Crossing Creating Havoc with the Market
  • 25 States join the Team of 9 against Microsoft
  • New Windows Filing system in the works
  • W32/Gibe Malicious Worm In the Wild
  • ICANN Makes Controversial Election Ruling
  • Great New Idea of the Week
  • AOL Testing Netscape
  • Homebrew Wireless Network in Hawaii (Signs of a real movement)
  • EBays goes down 90 minutes
  • Stratford News
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Show of 3-9-2002

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  • Compaq-HP Fiasco
  • Microsoft Still in the Hotseat
  • PGP Dumped by Network Associates
  • Netscape Navigator Snoops on Web Searches
  • How to Change a Spare Government
  • Security is Number Concern in 2002
  • Hacker Claims Worm Written to Combat Sexism
  • Senate and House? OK Tax Breaks for IT Purchases
  • Morpheus is back, but using Gnutella Network
  • Sony selling Linux kit for PlayStation2
  • Tech Talk Mailbag
  • Stratford News
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