• 00:30

    Paying it forward

    in Fun

    Well, dear listener, the Holidays are upon us.  Thanksgiving is but a memory and Christmas is fast approaching.  It is the traditional season of giving.  Ken and Beth are starting off the seaon by paying it forward.  Join them for a discussion of the concept and discuss plans on how they, and you, can join in and pay it forward.  Call in to speak with the hosts  (347) 215-9971, join us in our online chat room or just listen in.  However you do it we welcome you.  

  • 01:03

    DSMALive 'Rents: CGM in the Cloud

    in Health

    John and Laura Costik talk with Lorraine and Bennet about life with diabetes and parenting with CGM in the cloud. We hope to talk about the technology and beyond, how NightScout can be used to enhance kids' freedom and parents confidence.

    Laura Costik, is an Engineering Manager with Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics with degrees in Packaging Science, Industrial Engineering & Business from RIT. Laura is the Advocacy chair for the Rochester (Chapter) JDRF. 

    John Costik, is a Programmer/Analyst with Wegmans Food Markets with a degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from RIT. John authored the original Android Uploader app & Pebble watchface for use with the Dexcom G4.

    Both have dedicated their time and talents to helping their son manage type one diabetes, and sharing & supporting others with similar needs.

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    Nightscout info


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  • 00:15

    Federal Tech Trends - Cloud Builders

    in Technology

    Juniper Networks' Brian Roach returns to the program for the next installment of Federal Tech Trends. In this episode, Brian and Ryan explore what's driving cloud initiatives in the federal government, best practices employed by cloud builders, the security implications of cloud migrations and the role of SDN.

  • 00:31

    Paying Forward with Gratitude

    in Self Help

    We need to reflect on what “gift-giving” is meant to be. When someone gives a gift to another, the gift is a symbol of the presenter’s giving of himself to you, so giving a gift should never be forced. Without the love of the giver in the gift, the gift has no meaning. Whenever a gift is received, there should be gratitude.

    When someone gives a gift to another, the gift is a symbol of the presenter’s giving of himself to you, so giving a gift should never be forced. Without the love of the giver in the gift, the gift has no meaning. Whenever a gift is received, there should be gratitude. Gratitude is the moment when the gift and the giver are CELEBRATED.  Grateful people are happier, less depressed and less stressed. Grateful people have more positive ways of coping with difficulties they experience in life. They are more likely to seek support from other people, reinterpret circumstances and grow from the experience. Gratitude strengthens the immune system, lowers blood pressure, reduces symptoms of illness, and makes us less bothered by aches and pains. Grateful people sleep better, and this seems to be because they think less negative and more positive thoughts just before going to sleep.Gratitude is an affirmation of goodness. Gratitude encourages us to appreciate gifts ands to pay them forward.

    Gratitude is not the same as indebtedness which occurs when a person perceives that they are under an obligation to make repayment of the gift. Indebtedness can motivate the recipient of the gift to avoid the person who gave it.

     The quality of being thankful can be developed:

    Start a gratitude journal, recording three to five things for which you are grateful everyday.
    Write a “gratitude letter” to an important person in your life whom you have never properly thanked.
    Teach gratitude to children.

  • 01:02
  • 00:13

    Data colocation, Cloud Services and the recent successful hack at Sony Pictures

    in Business

    Peter Bennett will provide us some insight into the world of data colocation and cloud services. In addition, we wanted to talk to Peter and get insight into the recent successful hack at Sony Pictures.

    View Peter's interactive, introductory video at  http://tinyurl.com/alchemyPPUSA

  • 01:59

    Ancestor Cloud with Wesley Eames

    in Religion

    Tune in as SiZ Radio chats with Wesley Eames, the young and talented entrepreneur behind AncestorCloud! If you're like the Sistas than working on your genealogy can be daunting, but Wesley will tell us how technology has changed the family history game. We'll find out what AncestorCloud is all about, plus why a young, savvy Christian wants to spend his time hanging out with dead people!

    Wesley Eames is a web designer and internet marketer. He started in his first company when he was 12 years old and has been creating ever since. His latest entrepreneurial endeavor is a crowdsourcing genealogy site called AncestorCloud. His vision is to change the way genealogy is done on a peer to peer front and open up the sharing of genealogy docs to is a simple and social way.

  • 00:30

    Easy Speed Pay..... are you tried of paying high cost to send and receive money!

    in Business

    Easy Speed Pay..... are you tried of paying high cost to send and receive money!

    The Newest Way to Send and Receive Money.
    No Fees, No Discounts, No Chargebacks.

    http://www.networkleads.com/esp is a page we built with our Phase3 Product line.

    Phase3 is simple to use.

    Want to see how it works?

    Contact us for a demonstration:
    Peter Mingils
    (386) 445-3585

  • 00:20

    Jobs for Young People - Paying $500 and Up Monthly

    in Marketing

    We have positions for young people (middle school, high school, and college). Don't miss this opportunity to make a difference in the life of a young person.

    When was the last time you saw a middle school student earning over a thousand dollars? Only on TV. It is always someone else's child that these things happen to and for. Why not someone you know personally?

    Be a part of something BIG. 

    Learn more about the GETJoB$$ program at www.JonesTowers.com. 

  • 01:00

    The Pro's & Con's of Cloud Computing

    in Technology

    Cloud Talk Radio is a weekly one-hour talk show focused on “The Cloud.”  The Cloud simply means having your computing resources – hardware and software – delivered as a service over the Internet.  No more buying expensive servers and upgrading software applications – you can now have all this taken care of automatically for a set fee.  New research has revealed that small and medium-sized businesses using Cloud technology are much more likely to experience positive financial and operational results. Despite this fact, though, just 14 percent of surveyed small businesses have embraced Cloud computing as a solution.  Well, the good news is that you can avoid being one of those companies that fails to take advantage of this important business trend.

  • 01:31

    To Protect and to Serve: Paying Tribute to Fallen Officers, and Saving our Youth

    in Politics

    Hot Button Fam,

    In light of the recent deaths of two police officers killed by hatred, I am going to be discussing the following on tonight's show:

    1. Feedback from a Letter I Wrote Last Week

    2. The "Voices of Activism," Who they are, and what they want! 

    3. Who creates the cop killer, and is the person solely responsible the one's who pull the trigger?

    4. How to keep our young men from being killed by the cops, or killing cops (The REAL problem, and the REAL solution)

    5. The LEO stories that must be shared 

    6. Taking Calls, and Seeking Discussion

    I know this was a show I thought we had already put to rest, but I think it is time to let the voices be heard on this matter once again. Tell your friends to tune in, and please be ready to discuss!


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