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It's October and as we approach halloween when zombies, ghosts and goblins pay us a visit, we pay our own visit to wineries that are "haunted" this season.
Tonight, All About Wine discusses books written about haunted wineries.
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Computer America On today's Show, Michael Miller. Now that the Windows 8.1 is officially here, should you update to it or wait? And if you jumped the gun and couldn't wait for the official release, what perils do you now face when upgrading? Plus we'll talk about OS upgrades in general like OSX Mavericks and why you should wait, even though it's FREE! Plus the iPad Air and Mini are here but should you upgrade? Mike is one of Computer America's Special Correspondents. 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 100 books in the last two decades that have collectively sold more than one million copies. His best-selling books include The Ultimate Web Marketing Guide, YouTube for Business, and Facebook for Grown-Ups for Que Publishing. He has established a reputation for being able to explain difficult concepts to everyday readers in easy-to-understand language.
INTO THE DARK: A two-hundred-mile labyrinth of dark storm drains serves as refuge for the delusional stalker who will go to any lengths to possess fragile, emotionally isolated Emilie Davis. To survive, Emilie will have to confront the secrets of her past she has kept locked away from everyone, including herself. Emilie is a master escape artist—she’s fled a manipulative mother and a controlling ex-husband. But it’s impossible to evade a stalker who uses a bank robbery as a ruse to kidnap her. He’s still out there, hiding in the Las Vegas tunnels and dodging police. Emilie’s life careens out of control as her assailant continues his pursuit. She has nowhere to turn but to Nathan Madigan, the hostage negotiator who worked the robbery. Nathan is haunted by his failure to protect a loved one fourteen years ago and has dedicated his life to saving others. Determined to catch the lunatic hunting Emilie, he finds himself losing his professional detachment. He fears history is about to repeat itself if he cannot protect Emilie from the Taker’s obsession.The police close in on the Taker’s identity. At the height of The Taker’s madness, his attempt to replace someone he’s lost will either kill them all or set them free.
With European banks on the brink of insolvency, the CEO of the World Bank, tries desperately to negotiate a Chinese buyout to prevent an unstoppable run on European banks…and fails…
In London, World Bank analyst Myles Saldana is entrusted with a mysterious computer file just as commandos break in with guns blazing to prevent the data from leaking…
Saldana’s file could derail the last hope to contain Europe’s financial meltdown, except he doesn’t know who is pursuing him, or why they are so willing to kill…
…To ensure a bailout so toxic that the body count continues to rise, with Saldana caught in the cross hairs between an unthinkable salvation and certain global financial Armageddon… Show more Show less
Have those buring computer questions that need to be answered? Thinking about purchasing at a store or purchasing online? Is it best to purchase a tablet or a laptop? Are there smartphones that you can print from?
All these and more when you tune in to the Ms. Computer Lady Show.
Computer America Ralph Bond joins us on today's Show to discusses the world's first "I" Augmented Reality Helmet, Android Malware, Google's Gesture Vehicle Control Technology, a new Chrome OS-like browser for Windows 8, the Best tablets for 2013, more on Steam's Machine, a brand new WIDE format TV from LG, and lots more! Ralph Bond correspondent for the Computer America Show, and is the author of “Family Computer Fun, Digital Ideas Using Your Photos, Movies and Music” by Que Publishing, and co-author of “The PC Dads Guide to Becoming a Computer Smart Parent” by Dell Publishing. Ralph was Intel’s Consumer Education manager for more than 10 years, and for the past four years he’s been part of Autodesk’s communications team.
3 Gates of the Dead: Sometimes, the most evil things come from the most holy…
Conflicted with his faith in God and the hypocrisy of the church, Aidan Schaeffer, a young assistant pastor, is in a constant state of spiritual turmoil. When Aiden learns that his ex-fiancee is the first victim in a string of ritualistic killings, he finds himself in the middle of an even deeper fight. Tormented by demonic threats and haunted by spirits, Aidan throws himself into investigating Amanda’s death; all the while supernatural forces have begun to attack the people around him. The more questions he asks, the more he is drawn into the world of a mysterious Anglican priest, a paranormal investigation group and a rogue female detective investigating the murders. As the gruesome rituals escalate, ancient hidden secrets and an evil long buried threaten to rip Aidan’s world apart.
Computer America Both Hours: Sandy Berger. Sandy is our Consumer Electronics Expert Correspondent on Computer America. She talks about the latest technology gadgets and trends in the industry with us. Today's topics include an mp3 player for $20 but should you buy it? A review of LeapMotion's Minority-Report-like Motion Controller device for $80-Is it ready for Prime Time?, Rocketfish mobile charger- not all mobile chargers are created equal, Wolfram-Alpha and so much more!
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