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Show of 1-18-2003

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  • Case Resigns from AOL (What went wrong and right?)
  • Old Hard Drives Yield Data Bonanza
  • Email is not as private as you think. Ten ?things to remember
  • US Uses e-mail to target key Iraqis
  • TeleSea to Launch Wi-Fi for Networks
  • Microsoft Server Dumps .Net Name
  • Computer Electronics Show
  • Predictions for 2003 (from Canoe News)
  • House Makes Plea to Keep Blackberrys
  • What is the site helpcombatterrorism.com all about?
  • Stratford News
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Show of 1-11-2003

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  • Confusion in Wireless Home Networking
  • Why do Systems Crash?
  • H-1B Visas Controvery
  • US Uses e-mail to target key Iraqis
  • TeleSea to Launch Wi-Fi for Networks
  • Microsoft Server Dumps .Net Name
  • Internet Used to Name Every Species on Earth
  • Computer Electronics Show
  • Predictions for 2003 (from Canoe News)
  • School offers On-Line PE Class
  • Hardware News
  • IRS Expands Internet Usage
  • Stratford News
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Show of 1-4-2003

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  • Confusion in Wireless Home Networking
  • Confusion in HDTV may get better soon
  • Broadband Telecom Rules May Change
  • Cocaine, Inc Goes High Tech
  • Internet was officially born 20 years ago
  • TeleSea to Launch Wi-Fi for Networks
  • Microsoft Ordered to Carry Java
  • Cloistered Nun Find Computer Vocation
  • Rat-Brained Robot
  • Holiday e-Commerce up 40 Percent (BizRate)
  • Predictions for 2003 (from Canoe News)
  • Stupid Move of the Year
  • IRS Expands Internet Usage
  • Stratford News
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Show of 12-28-2002

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  • Favorite Topics from 2002
  • Casualties of Technology
  • Student Gets Award for School Computer Hack
  • Vivato pushed wireless LAN to 7 km
  • Marriott to add Wi-Fi to 400 Hotels
  • High Flying Ideas for Wireless Net
  • Bush Administration Proposes Monitoring Internet
  • Segway Human Transporter Available from Amazon
  • China Pushes Home Grow Chip
  • WebCams a boom to home security
  • Stratford News
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Show of 12-21-2002

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  • Google Search Tools in Beta Testing
  • Other Price Comparison Tools
  • Search Term Snap Shot of 2002
  • Forbes List of Top 85 Innovations
  • eBay Chief Leaves Goldman Sachs after IPO Revelations
  • FTC wants to curb 80% of telemarketing calls
  • Dimitry Sklyarov is Acquitted
  • 2002 — Technology Year In Review
  • Sharp?s 3D Monitor
  • Rat-Brained Robot
  • Got a Robot Kit for My Birthday
  • IT Career Trends
  • Stratford News
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Show of 12-14-2002

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  • eBay is Toy Industry Barometer
  • Start your own eBay business
  • Find Out Who is Making Polical Contributions
  • Microsoft Bought Off Other Remaining States
  • Robotic for Kids (and for Dads)
  • UPS (Brown) Uses Both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
  • Online Sales Soaring
  • Wi-Fi Sales Continue to Soar
  • MS Internet Explorer Security Hole
  • IT Career Trends
  • SPAM Not a Problem for Business
  • Mailbag
  • Stratford News
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Show of 12-7-2002

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  • Tech Talk Guest: Joseph Fuqua
  • Microsoft?s Secret for Staying on Top
  • DARPA, A Research Agency with Legacy
  • Two States Appeal Microsoft Decision
  • AOL Hints of Reorganization
  • Security News
  • IT Career Trends
  • Stratford News
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Show of 11-23-2002

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  • Monster SUV Fit for James Bond
  • DARPA Total Information Awareness Program
  • Silicon Retina Vision Update
  • Internet Provisions in Homeland Security Bill
  • Papermate Pendulum Pen
  • Asteroid Threat Reassessed
  • Pedal Power Drives Computers in Laos
  • How to Keep Track for Digital Pictures
  • Home Security Tutorial
  • Peer-to-Peer Goes Legit
  • Internet Population Jumps
  • Microsoft News
  • Hot Laptop Burns Penis
  • Rich’s Game Picks for Holiday Gifts
  • MailBag
  • Stratford News
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Show of 11-16-2002

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  • Today’s Topic: e-Government Status and Challenges
  • FirstGov.gov — The Official US Government Portal
  • eGov.gov — The e-Government Program Portal
  • Senate e-Government Idea Exchange Website
  • NetCaucus e-Government Briefing Book — An Industry Perspective
  • OMB?s Quicksilver Taskforce — An e-Gov First Step
  • Creating Performance Based e-Government — A 2002 Report Card
  • House Passes e-Government Bill
  • Hill Does Not Want e-Government Projects Delayed
  • Veterans Benefits Administrators Go Wireless
  • Joel’s View of "Painless Software Management"
  • Beware of Spyware from iWon
  • PC Pricing are Plummeting
  • Paint Shop Pro — Our Favorite Photo Editor
  • Stratford News
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Show of 11-9-2002

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  • Tech Talk Guest: Bruce Potter
  • BAE Systems, Integrated Systems Division, is Now Hiring!
  • Survey Shows Women Prefer HDTV over Diamonds
  • Spam Stats
  • NIST seeks input on computer security
  • Election Fallout for Technology
  • Bank Error Exposes E-mail Addresses
  • Touch Screen Ballots Pass Test on Election Day
  • The Week of the PC Tablet
  • Tech Talk News
  • Stratford News
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