This week, Cliff Ravenscraft stops by to discuss how to “Find Your Podcasting Passion.” Specifically, he will address how to turn a passion into a potential job, how to choose a topic for your podcast, and much much more. Cliff is a podcasting consultant/new media coach. He has produced over 2,000 individual shows and is heard all around the world.
The show will air this Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 6 pm EDT | 3 pm MST.
The show can be listened to live in the Greater Phoenix area on KFNX- 1100 or be streamed live on this link at the same time.
In our most recent show guest, Stan Oien, discusses “Federal Cybersecurity” [DOWNLOAD/LISTEN]. Some of the areas addressed were the problems that we face currently, the problems we will face in the future, and what new aspects of Federal Cybersecurity are happening. The show will be available for download shortly.
Here are the stories brought to you in this Week In Review portion of the show:
Gov’t Technology Spending Is Still Alive- TMC– [JUMP]
Green Cars Come With New Technology Features- News Channel 8- [JUMP]
Revised Cybersecurity Bill Introduced in Senate- Computer World- [JUMP]
Cowboys Stadium: Bigger is Better in Football and Technology- Network World- [JUMP]
New York Isn’t Silicon Valley. That’s Why They Like It- NY Times- [JUMP]
Come back Thursday for a description of the show this Sunday,
This week, Stan Oien stops by to discuss “Federal Cybersecurity: Danger on the Frontlines.” Specifically, he will be addressing what federal agencies are doing to improve their cybersecurity, where are today’s cybersecurity threats coming from, and much more.
Stan is the manager of security practices for CDWLLC, a leading provider of technology products and services for businesses, government and education. Oien is responsible for managing and growing security sales for CDW through providing software and hardware solutions that secure company assets for CDW customers.
The show will air this Sunday, March 21, 2010 @ 6 pm EDT | 3 pm MST. You can listen to it by tuning to KFNX– 1100 if you are in the greater Phoenix area, or streaming it live at the same time by clicking on this link.
This past Sunday, Tony Bradley discussed “Protecting Sensitive Information From Inside Threats.” [LISTEN/DOWNLOAD] If you would like to learn more about unique but essential computer security, check out his website.
Here are the stories brought to you in this Week In Review:
Microsoft Spends More Than 9 Billion on Research- Computer World- [JUMP]
This week, long time guest, Tony Bradley stops by to discuss “Protecting Sensitive Information From Inside Threats.” Tony is the ‘Chief’ Product Evangelist for Zecurion, and he is also a syndicated writer for PC World.
Specifically, Tony will address what IT managers need to be worried about from the inside, the amount of a certain technology employees should be able to use, and much more.
The show will air this Sunday, March 14, 2010 at 5 pm EST | 3 pm MST. The show can be listened to by tuning in to KFNX– 1100 if you are in the Greater Phoenix area or you can stream the show live by clicking on this link.
Dave Millilo discussed “The Green Factors in Tankless Water Heaters”. If you enjoyed the show, and would like to learn more about tankless water heaters, find out more about Dave Millilo and American Hometec Inc.
Here are the stories featured in the Week In Review portion of the show:
Tivo Premiere and Premiere XL Usher In a Brand New Interface, Optional QWERTY Remote- Engadget– [JUMP]
Apple iTune’s Store Serves Up 10 Billionth Song- PC World- [JUMP]
Every family has its share of extreme characters, and ours is no exception. For evidence, look no further than the newest exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences. Extreme Mammals: The Biggest, Smallest, and Most Amazing Mammals of All Time showcases some of our most intriguing relatives, from the speedy to the sloth-like, the towering to the tiny, even the venomous and the armor-clad. Featuring spectacular fossils and reconstructions alongside recent specimens and live animals, the exhibit explores the surprising and often extraordinary world of extinct and living mammals. Extreme Mammals will allow visitors to meet this colorful cast of characters, discover their place in the family tree, and learn why humans are perhaps the most extreme mammals of all. The exhibit opens on April 3, 2010 and runs through September 12, 2010 at the California Academy of Sciences in San Fransisco, CA.