• 00:15

    Homestead Technologies Sitebuilder LPX Desktop

    in Prepping

    Homestead Technologies started by Justin Kitch is one of America's biggest success stories. Kitch started Homestead Technologies in a spare room while living with 5 roomates at college. Homestead technologies sold to Intuit for $176 million dollars. Intuit kept Kitch on as an adviser but in 2012 sold Homestead Technologies to EIG Endurance International Group. EIG is a giant among cheap hosting companies with 35+ companies owned by EIG worldwide. 


    When EIG bought out Bluehost and Hostgator they moved them to SERVER FARMS. The move took nearly 4 days and created numerous technical problems. EIG moved Homestead Technologies to a Server Farm on November 19th 2014 and has shut their 70k users out of their Sitebuilder LPX/Desktop. Service interruptions were mounting as an alternative to Sitebuilder LPX/Desktop was offered with much slower speeds namely homestead Techologies Sitebuilder Plus. 


    Personaly I don't blame EIG for trying to update a 15 year old product that has been neglected for years. Simply put you can't expect to design todays websites with your grandparents sitebuilders. At some point needless and outdated products need to be discarded and new and improved service needs to be added. 


    From a Flashprepper point of view this is a disaster. It's an online disaster but a disaster none the less. The disaster which is now an online super storm of sorts started 15 years ago with neglect. No money was ever put into Sitebuilder LPX/Desktop. Now 15 years later it as a breaking point. Hosted on old outdated unstable servers EIG made a bold move to update service to Homestead customers. 


    EIG was quick to call this anything but a disaster and in fact are calling it a MIGRATION. It is a migration to faster speeds, more security, and a better product. Many Homestead members call this migration  the worse upgrade EIG could have made and with really bad timing Cyber Monday 2014.

  • 00:31

    Anti-Aging and Rejuvenation Technologies

    in Lifestyle

    Greetings and Welcome to our show "Anti-Aging and Rejuvenation Technologies". Look 20 years younger with a few treatments. Valerie Jarrette Bass, Host at RadioTimeProductions, I will talk about my personal experience with "The Lunchtime Face Lift" treatments at Sue Lee Beauty Spa. A very impressive facility with experts in a variety of Beautifications! Join us for the Exciting News about Looking Younger, much younger. We Welcome Call-ins: 347.852.2452


    Ms. Sue Lee, CEO of Sue Lee Beauty Spa


    Welcome to Sue Lee Beauty in Coral Springs, FL


    Sue Lee Beauty proudly offers A’ List Beauty Treatment as seen on E News! At affordable prices. At Sue Lee Beauty, we provide Non-Surgical body contouring and Facelift treatments that take place in a spa-like environment with low lighting and soft music. Each session is an oasis away from the stress of your day. At Sue Lee Beauty, we believe that achieving your desired beauty should always be Relaxing, Painless and Affordable. We have clients ranging from the age of 18 who wants to look and feel better, whether male or female. Complementary consultation.


    Dr. Howard Stoller, Licensed Acupuncturist, and Stress Management Therapist will discuss Light & Sound Technology and managing stress.


     


     


     


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  • 00:26

    Digital Technologies – how to engage your peers/colleagues and the community ove

    in Marketing

    Digital Technologies – how to engage your peers/colleagues and the community overall.

  • 01:00

    Spiritual Tools & Technologies

    in Spirituality

    Our Mission at OHM Talk Radio is to Uplift, Motivate, Inspire & Empower You!


    Our host, Rev. Kalimba Love, is the Spiritual Director of Open Heart Ministry, Inc. (OHM), a 501c3 Charitable Organization.


    This program touches on many Spiritual Ideas, Practices, Philosophies, Sacred Geometry, Sound Vibrations, and other places where Science & Spirituality meet and dance with the intention of exposing or reminding listeners of the Higher Truths that can be Tapped Into to make Our Lives more Positive, Powerful & Joyfill!


    We'll also keep you posted on some of the wonderful things we have going on in the CommUnity.


    We generally open our sessions by practicing our Sacred Breath Meditation and a Positive Declaration from "Affirmations for Better Living" by host, Kalimba Love.

  • 00:27

    PODCAST: Government Cybersecurity Trends for 2014, Jon Kim

    in Technology

    Welcome to the TechSource podcast series.  Today, we are speaking with Jon Kim, Director, Cyber Practice at Iron Bow, about government cybersecurity trends for 2014.

  • 01:01

    Spiritual Tools & Technologies

    in Spirituality

    Our Mission at OHM Talk Radio is to Uplift, Motivate, Inspire & Empower You!


    Our host, Rev. Kalimba Love, is the Spiritual Director of Open Heart Ministry, Inc. (OHM), a 501c3 Charitable Organization.


    This program touches on many Spiritual Ideas, Practices, Philosophies, Sacred Geometry, Sound Vibrations, and other places where Science & Spirituality meet and dance with the intention of exposing or reminding listeners of the Higher Truths that can be Tapped Into to make Our Lives more Positive, Powerful & Joyfill!


    We'll also keep you posted on some of the wonderful things we have going on in the CommUnity.


    We generally open our sessions by practicing our Sacred Breath Meditation and a Positive Declaration from "Affirmations for Better Living" by host, Kalimba Love.

  • 00:19

    PODCAST: Tenable's Technical Director, EMEA, Gavin Millard

    in Technology

    Welcome to the TechSource podcast series.  Today, we are speaking with Tenable's Technical Director, EMEA, Gavin Millard.

  • 00:08

    PODCAST: Government Cloud Computing Trends, Chris Sibold

    in Technology

    Welcome to the TechSource podcast series.  Today, we are speaking with Chris Sibold, Director, Federal Cloud and Managed Services Sales, at Iron Bow, about key government cloud computing trends in 2014.

  • 01:04

    Spiritual Tools & Technologies

    in Spirituality

    Our Mission at OHM Talk Radio is to Uplift, Motivate, Inspire & Empower You!


    Our host, Rev. Kalimba Love, is the Spiritual Director of Open Heart Ministry, Inc. (OHM), a 501c3 Charitable Organization.


    This program touches on many Spiritual Ideas, Practices, Philosophies, Sacred Geometry, Sound Vibrations, and other places where Science & Spirituality meet and dance with the intention of exposing or reminding listeners of the Higher Truths that can be Tapped Into to make Our Lives more Positive, Powerful & Joyfill!


    We'll also keep you posted on some of the wonderful things we have going on in the CommUnity.


    We generally open our sessions by practicing our Sacred Breath Meditation and a Positive Declaration from "Affirmations for Better Living" by host, Kalimba Love.

  • 00:12

    PODCAST: Ron Gula, CEO and Chief Technical Officer Tenable Security.

    in Technology

    This month on TechSource we are focused on innovative uses of technology to enable organizations to increase efficiencies and seek greater return on investment.  Network and cyber security plays a key role in enabling innovation across federal agencies.  And as agencies seek to implement new technologies within their environment, there are many security considerations that have to be addressed. 


    Today we are speaking with Ron Gula, CEO and CTO of Tenable Network Security about this and much more.

  • PODCAST: Government Cybersecurity Trends for 2014

    in Technology

    Welcome to the TechSource podcast series.  Today, we are speaking with Jon Kim, Director, Cyber Practice at Iron Bow, about government cybersecurity trends for 2014.

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