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Most of us are familiar with being told to ‘turn off and stow away all portable electronic devices’ for take-off and landing. But that’s changing now – for better or for worse. Recently, the FAA lifted their ban on electronic devices, meaning that flyers could – potentially – use their gadgets from gate to gate. In this month’s episode of Mobile Insights Radio with Steve Power Brown, Steve is joined by active airline pilot, air travel blogger and author Patrick Smith, and etiquette expert and former flight attendant Jacqueline Whitmore to discuss the pros and cons of the rule change that have greatly polarized the public and airline passengers.
Cell phones are almost as common as pocket change these days. It seems nearly everyone, including an increasing number of children, carries a cell phone wherever they go. Cell phones are now so popular and convenient that they are surpassing landlines as the primary form of telecommunication for many people.Is Growing Cell-Phone Use Increasing Health Risks?
In 2008, for the first time, Americans are expected to spend more on cell phones than on landlines, according to the U.S. Labor Department. And we not only love our cell phones, we use them: Americans racked up more than a trillion cell-phone minutes in the first half of 2007 alone. We explore this and other subjects call in.646-595-3032
So it's 2015 and pretty much everyone is walking around with a cell phone even kids. But what and how is it effecting your personal life tune in vent and listen, has social media ruined a friendship or relationship, do u feel social media is the devil or entertainment????
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Since falling prey to a violent reaction to his cell phone in 2002 Lloyd Burrell has spent the last 10 years researching the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on health.
You can download his free EMF Protection Health andReport and subscribe to his newsletter by visiting his website http://www.electricsense.com.
He is also the author of an eBook entitled "How To Beat Electrical Sensitivity", which offers a solution to the growing number of people whose health is being compromised by exposure to wireless and similar technologies, also available through his website.
MTAM and Medical Main Street are presenting a Mobile Health (mhealth) Symposium for Mobile/Wireless Technology Professionals on April 23rd. This event, and mHealth overall, will be the focus for this week's episode. (Information on attending the event can be found at http://dld.bz/d9PXH)
Join Michigan Mobile Musings host, Melissa Birnie and her guest, Keith Brophy, tech entrepreneur and recently appointed State Director of the Michigan Small Business Development Centers, on Tuesday, April 14th at 9:00 a.m. for a special sneak preview before the Symposium. Discussions will include healthcare industry needs and the opportunity those needs create for mobile/wireless tech firms in Michigan. Keith offers a unique insight into mobile health - past, present and future. Prior to his current role at the Michigan Small Business Development Center Keith served as CEO of Ideomed, Inc.; a Spectrum Health technology venture that developed the Abriiz mobile app for smartphones and tablets that is used to manage medical conditions such as diabetes, COPD, congestive heart failure, childhood obesity, as well as palliative care. Positions previous to Ideomed, Inc. include President of Business Development at NuSoft Solutions and CEO/co-founder of Sagestone Consulting. Keith began his career at IBM Federal Systems and Systems Integration divisions working on a wide variety of forward looking technologies. If mHealth is an area of interest for you, this is a show you don't want to miss!
It's birthday week for yours truly this week.I celebrate my birthday all week long.Tonight we'll do listner suggestions and email topics.Israel's BiBi Netanyahu is claiming victory in a race too close to call.A vote for Netanyahu,is a vote for war against Iran and his plans are to bring America in to fight for Israel.Sadly most Americans do not realize they are being pimped.
On Jesse Peterson's show today,"Jesse asked,why do Black's hate strong men".Strong men don't cry like bitches asking you to help them fight their enemies.Israel can stand alone.Have you noticed with the looming confrontation with Russia over the Ukraine,BiBi has never even mentioned being allied with America.His election is based off standing up to America,and backing off a 2 state solution with Palestine,and taking more occupied land from these people.So the Night Shift starts at 9:00 pm cst so you need to clock in and join us.
Jeremy Ames, an HR Technology Consultant is bringing Ben Martinez, VP HR of Hirevue to argue that in the future, it will be possible to recruit without phone calls.
Then, we will interview, junior recruiter, Angela Bortolussi.
@JeremyAllynAmes -- @BenMartinezJ -- @ABortolusssi
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