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Show of 9-21-2002

  • Tech Talk Guest: Dr. David H. McIntyre
  • White House Releases National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace
  • Dartmouth has joined wireless revolution as hacking target
  • Service Pack 1 Released for WindowsXP (An Update)
  • First Smiley Ever Posted (An Update)
  • A Great Wedding Website
  • Portable Keyboard for PDA that is truly Virtual
  • Verisign to Restrict .gov Whois Inquires
  • Linux Peer-to-Peer Worm Slapper Still Strong
  • Lindows 2.0 Released
  • SANS Network Security Conference
  • Stratford News
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Show of 9-14-2002

  • Tech Talk Guest: Ms. Nuala O’Connor Kelly
  • National Homeland Security Expo
  • September 11 E-Mail Worm Fizzles
  • Service Pack 1 Released for WindowsXP
  • Microsoft Word and Outlook Vulnerabilties
  • Tech Talk Trivia of the Week
  • First Smiley Ever Posted
  • US Will Renew ICANN?s Authority
  • China Lifts Block on Google Searches
  • Enron to Auction IT Gear
  • Fujitsu to replace 300,000 Hard Drive
  • War Flying (Continued)
  • Other Wireless News
  • Trusted Computing Platform Alliance seeks to protect more than data
  • Grid Computer Gaining in Popularity
  • Levi?s Trousers Protect Testicles
  • Florida election spotlights IT training needs
  • Stratford News
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Show of 9-7-2002

  • PEW Internet Project
  • Apple Keeps x86 Version of OS-X Alive
  • Forgent Enforces JPEG Patent Claim
  • PC Makers Try Alternatives to Microsoft Suites
  • Wal-Mart to Ship $199 PC
  • Dupont-area coffee shop offers free Web access
  • Free vs. Wireless Conflict (continued)
  • E-Suds in Dorm Rooms
  • Tokyo Based LCD Company to make a privacy display
  • 75th Anniversary of the Invention of Television
  • China and the Internet
  • Verisign May Lose Domain Sale Rights
  • Janis Ian, recording artist, favors MP3 downloads
  • Mailbag
  • Stratford News
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Show of 8-31-2002

  • War Flying
  • Verizon to Try Wireless in Northern Virginia
  • SatireWire Closes Shop
  • RIAA Site Hacked a Second Time
  • Ford Sues F*** for Copy Right Infringement
  • RedHat Accelerates Desktop Linux for Enterprise Users
  • Wireless Network to help DC emergency workers
  • Cell Phone Blocker for Restaurants and Theaters
  • SA Police Arrest Internet Faudsters
  • Next big improvement in cars
  • UK Mobile Phone Scam
  • Judge Throws Out Hyperlink Lawsuit
  • Mailbag
  • Stratford News
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Show of 8-24-2002

  • Movies on Subway walls
  • Microsoft Summer IE Patch Frenzy
  • Gadget of the week
  • Students surf of roommates
  • Linux Distribution Available for Xbox
  • Wireless Turf Battle
  • Music Industries Self Inflicted Wounds
  • What you computer says about you
  • New worm spreads through the KaZaA network
  • Judge Throws Out Hyperlink Lawsuit
  • Mailbag
  • Stratford News
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Show of 8-17-2002

  • Cell Phone Discussion (Continued)
  • FCC Rules that Digital Tuners must be included by 2007
  • Record Labels Sue ISPs over site
  • Catching crooks with e-mail evidence is mounting
  • Military Computers cracked by security firm
  • Wi-Fi Honey Pot set up in Washington DC
  • Registrars Rally behind ICANN
  • LAN Parties Grow in Popularity
  • Dell now sells computers without OS
  • Russians Accuse FBI of Hacking
  • LinuxWorld Held this week
  • Stratford News
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Show of 8-10-2002

  • Cellular Phone Technology Rundown
  • Mailbag
  • My experiences with a CLEC
  • Microsoft settles cased with FTC
  • Sprint rolls out ?high speed? wireless network
  • Asian Conglomerates to Buy Global Crossing
  • Stratford News
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Show of 8-3-2002

  • Virtual Tour Going Up on Stratford Website
  • Experiences with a Low Cost Digital Camera
  • Cellular Phone Technology
  • AOL Under Investigation
  • NIST Issues Wireless Security Draft Report
  • DefCon 2002
  • GPS Systems are starting and ending boundary wars
  • Highway LAN
  • Asynchronous Computers Gaining Ground
  • Internet Registry Giants Want ICANN Controlled by Commerce
  • Internet Con Artist Jailed
  • White House Issues Call for New Internet Standards
  • McCain seeks bill to end broadband statemate in Senate
  • Courses Start this Week
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Show of 7-27-2002

  • Tech Talk Guest: Bruce Mehlman
  • Peer-to-peer piracy prevention bill
  • SysAdmin Day — Special Acknowledgment Is Deserved
  • Wireless War Driver Charges with Hacking
  • Saving Memories of the Excesses
  • Princeton accused on hacking into Yale’s recruitment system
  • China Third in Global Internet Usage
  • USA Today Site Hacked this Week
  • Domain name fight heats up
  • Hip DJ?s now spinning MP3
  • Microsoft throws its weight behind 802.11b
  • Sratford News
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Show of 7-20-2002

  • Tech Talk Guest — The Stratford Team
  • Maintaining the PC
  • Strategies for entering the IT Marketplace
  • Data Driven Website Design
  • Internet Access in France
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