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Computer America is the Nation's Longest Running, Nationally Syndicated Radio Talk Show about Computers and Technology!

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Computer America Hour one: Science for the Masses. Gabriel Licina, Jeffrey Tibbetts, Co-Founders Science for the Masses is an independent team of research-minded individuals dedicated to making the tools and resources of science more available to the layperson. Their mission is to aid in the development of ?citizen science?; they want to see the tools and resources necessary to perform scientific research made available to anyone that wants them. To this end, all of their research is and will be published free and open source, and will be repeatable by the layperson—meaning no multimillion dollar lab equipment. _______ Hour two: igot. igot was founded in Australia in 2013. The igot platform is built on a solid foundation. They use professional core developers and expert management staff to provide the most secure, user-friendly Bitcoin trading experience. igot is continuing to expand internationally, and currently has a local presence in Asia, Europe, and the United Arab Emirates. Bitcoin is the first truly international currency that can be used anywhere in the world. It is their mission to expand Bitcoin's reach to as many people as possible.
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Computer America Hour one: CompleteSet. Gary Darna, Co-Founder & CEO CompleteSet lets you find and buy the collectibles you want the most! Find everything from Action Figures to Music Memorabelia and more! _______ Hour... more

Computer America Both Hours: Popzara. Nathan Evans, Managing Editor pop·za·ra is defined as being a bazaar of popular culture spanning the world of arts and entertainment, fronted by an anthropomorphic,... more

Computer America Hour one: Rivetz. Steven Sprague, CEO Rivetz makes it simple to connect web services to trusted hardware in phones, tablets and PC's. When you can trust a device to provide basic uncompromised instructions and... more

Computer America Hour one: Intronis. Aaron Dun, Chief Marketing Officer Intronis is changing the game when it comes to data protection. They build data protection solutions exclusively for the IT channel, selling only to IT services providers and... more

Computer America Hour one: Tesoro. Tim Weng, Sales Specialist. Tesoro is high tech manufacturer of gaming products such as keyboards and mice. Tesoro strives to develop the world best gaming gear to truly improve your gaming... more

Computer America Both Hours: Author Michael Miller Author Michael Miller is a proven and successful non-fiction writer on a variety of technical, business, and lifestyle-related topics. He has written more than 150 books in the last two... more

Computer America Hour one: MHOX. Filippo Nassetti, Partner and Lead Desiger MHOX is a generative design studio. It develops body extensions, objects or systems that integrate the human body to mutate its aesthetic and functional... more

Computer America Hour one: Go. Kevin Pomplun, CEO With Go, you can see The Safest Places to walk, run, bike and drive! With the Go Safe Map you will be able to get a heads up of current accidents nearby. And you can easily... more

Computer America Hour one: Spark. Peggy Mangot, CEO. Many people don't have a savings or investment account. Traditional financial firms can make investing complicated. Spark makes investing simple so that young investors can... more

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