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  • 01:01

    Find out how smartphones could grow your book sales

    in Books

    Join Off The Shelf radio talk show host, Denise Turney, and Kirill Storch, CEO of Electric Webb, Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 11am/EST to gain practical steps that you can take to use your smartphone to promote your books. Is your website smartphone or mobile device friendly? Find out. Log into the Off The Shelf Radio chat room to post your questions. We love answering your questions LIVE on the air!  

    Let's pick this tech leader's brain and find new ways to use technology to reach more book readers!

    Spread the word! 

    Remember - Tune into Off The Shelf radio this Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 11am/EST (New York City Time)


    Dial in:  (347) 994-3490

  • Why Parents Should Be Checking Teens’ Phones W/ Guest Co-Host Nia Gregory

    in Christianity

    Join us Labor Day Monday 9/7/2015 as discuss a great article "Why Parents Should Be Checking Teens Phones" With our Guest Co-Host Enia Gregory 



    The conversation starts at Noon....  don't miss it!!!!!!!


    "Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people.

    You can also watch the simulcast on Ustream at


    Live from the Brand New "Taking The Limits OFF Studios"

  • 00:30

    Technologist KS3 Radio Show: What's in the Cloud?

    in Technology

    Do you know what's in the cloud? I'm askong this question because many people don't know how much information is out there and how to control it. On today's show, I'll discuss this topic and how you can benefit from keeping your information safe. I'll also briefly talk about other techmnology news that occured over the weekend. This is the only place where you'll hear the truth about technology. 

    Follow me on my Facebook page at Technologist KS3 and my website ks3tech.com.

    Watch my Periscope broadcasts at Kenster2076. 

  • 02:00

    Punching - Stand In Line To Be The Bag

    in Entertainment

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    Xperia Z5: Sony Launches Line of Smartphones With 23-Megapixel Cameras, Fingerprint Sensors
    Sam Bradford: Video Combines Clips of Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback With Rocky Balboa Speech
    Latakia: Car Bomb Kills at Least 10 People in Syrian City, Report Says
    Frontier Airlines: Company Announces 'Fly for Only a Buck' Promotion in Several Cities
    Temple of Bel: 1st-Century Temple in Syria Destroyed by Islamic State Group, UN Reports
    Union, Missouri: Police Searching for Missing 14-Year-Old Girl, Officials Say
    Kevin Gates: Rapper Faces Charge for Allegedly Kicking Woman During Concert, Police Say
    Icelanders: Over 11,000 Citizens Volunteer to Take In Syrian Refugees Following Online Campaign
    Treon Harris: Florida Gators Player Named Starting Quarterback for Season Opener, Coach Says
    Princeton, Illinois: Prisoner Escapes From Vehicle at Rest Area on Interstate 80, Police Say

    Huge Gerrymandering Fail Leaves College Student As Sole Voter In Missouri District

    Cop is killed in a Chicago suburb.
    Within 8 hours, there's a task force consisting of local police, state police and the FBI.

    Ex-Eutawville chief pleads guilty to lesser charge, will serve no time for killing black motorist

    Wyandotte teen fakes triplet pregnancy with 'Fake A Baby.com'

    Officer indicted for sexually assaulting woman at gunpoint

    Teen Boy Will Be Charged As Adult For Having Naked Pics of a Minor: Himself

    A Danish video game company has amended an educational online game about the slave trade to remove a section in which users stacked slaves in a ship like a game of Tetris.




  • Guest: Dr. Victoria Dunckley author of Reset Your Child’s Brain

    in Relationships

    A no-cost, nonpharmaceutical treatment plan for children with behavioral and mental health challenges.

    Increasing numbers of parents grapple with children who are acting out without obvious reason. Revved up and irritable, many of these children are diagnosed with ADHD, bipolar illness, autism, or other disorders but don’t respond well to treatment. They are then medicated, often with poor results and unwanted side effects. Based on emerging scientific research and extensive clinical experience, integrative child psychiatrist Dr. Victoria Dunckley has pioneered a four-week program to treat the frequent underlying cause, Electronic Screen Syndrome (ESS).

    Dr. Dunckley has found that everyday use of interactive screen devices — such as computers, video games, smartphones, and tablets — can easily overstimulate a child’s nervous system, triggering a variety of stubborn symptoms. In contrast, she’s discovered that a strict electronic fast single-handedly improves mood, focus, sleep, and behavior, regardless of the child’s diagnosis.

    Offered now in this book, this simple intervention can produce a life-changing shift in brain function — all without cost or medication. Dr. Dunckley provides hope for parents who feel that their child has been misdiagnosed or inappropriately medicated, by presenting an alternative explanation for their child’s difficulties and a concrete plan for treating them.

    Victoria L. Dunckley, M.D., author of “Reset Your Child’s Brain,” is an award-winning integrative child psychiatrist who specializes in children with complex or treatment-resistant mental health conditions. By combining conventional and complementary methods with lifestyle interventions, she aims to optimize treatment while minimizing the need for psychotropic medication. 

  • 00:19

    Seizario App: Using Smartphones to Detect Seizures

    in Health

    In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Shark Tank Competiton winners Amir Helmy, inventor of the Seizario App, and his father Ahmed Helmy, Associate Professor, Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Department, University of Florida. The Seizario app will alert loved ones when the owner of the phone is having a seizure.

    The Helmys won the $75,000 Audience Award at the Shark Tank Competition during the 2014 Epilepsy Pipeline Conference.

  • 00:24

    Child Off To College? Do You Have A Communications Plan?

    in Technology

    Do you have the right equipment and services to maintain contact with your child who might be thousands of miles away? Do you know how to control your communication costs?

    Chances are that your college bound child is more tech savvy than you are.

    Today, In an encore broadcast, Jim will discuss what you need to know before you finish packing the bags and head for campus.

  • 00:46

    Workplace Wellness & Mental Health

    in Business

    On this week's show, hosts Andrew Dietz and Doug Field will welcome special guests from Interactive Health and Ginger.io for a comprehensive discussion of employee health -- from physical wellness to mental health. 

    The first guest on this week's program will be Cathy Kenworthy, president and CEO of Interactive Health, the country’s leading provider of health management solutions. Successful companies create healthier organizations by improving the health of their employees. Wellness programs not only improve employee health, they also have a vital role in expanding the fast-growing healthcare consumerism movement. In this interview, Cathy and the hosts will discuss the challenges and rewards of personalizing wellness programs, how to analyze aggregate wellness program data to create better health plans and how wellness initiatives are helping to change health care in America. 

    The second guest on this week's show will be Dr. Anmol Madan, CEO, Ginger.io, a digital mental health service based in San Francisco. In this interview, Anmol and the hosts will discuss why smartphones have become relevant for your mental health. The smartphone is the most powerful sensor in health care right now. Because a smartphone is almost always with its user, the data collected through its sensors are very good proxy to understand the user’s behavioral patterns, particularly in terms of physical social isolation for people diagnosed with depression. Ginger.io uses the smartphone to deliver personalized care to people that would otherwise not have access to data-driven, evidence-based mental health care.

  • 01:30

    The Conservative Refuge: 6/2/2015

    in Politics Conservative

    On this installment:

    We discuss the Martin O'Malley we at Red Maryland know and his disastrous Presidential campaign announcement.
    The Washington Post thinks it is heroic that Prince George's county residents have to pay more property taxes.
    We visit the "Nut Ball Box" for another group of wackos pushing "Plant Intelligence"
    We all love our smartphones but with summer upon us, we are in for some real annoying things.

  • 01:01

    McKinney, Texas and the Start of a Long Hot Summer

    in Politics Progressive

    The MOMocrats had a hard time watching the videotape of the police action at that McKinney, Texas pool party this weekend - but, as Cynematic points out, the results may indicate hope for the next generation in the fight against racism. Just keep carrying those smartphones, folks, so we can continue to document abuse when we see it. 

    Also discussed: The lack of planning for what could happen to folks with health insurance on the Federal exchanges if the King v. Burwell decision strikes down funding, the budget problems in red states and the California "miracle," and surprisingly strong polling numbers for a fictional villain. MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss politics from a progressive POV in this Engender Media Group production.

  • 02:00

    "Go To Your Virtual Room, Grown-ups! Disciplining The Adults On Social Media?"

    in Lifestyle

    SPONSORED BY RESUMES 4 CHRIST--Continuing our discussion on the parents disciplining their children on social media.. 

    The new outpour of videos showing parents disciplining their children's bad deeds with humiliation instead of spankings has flooded our screens, smartphones, and social media pages. A majority of the time, the videos are addressing some outrageous or potentially unsafe behvaior their child displayed on social media. Whether or not we agree with this method, the fact is that these are reactions to damage already done, and the focus should be more on what compels our children to need to subject themselves to danger by playing roles for strangers in their local area and across the world? Tonight. we are going to discuss the role that adult misbehavior on social media plays in the standards our children feel they can and should meet to be social media cool.Join in tonight at 10:30 PM by calling 347-327-9967.