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As part of the Conservamedia Project, Jameson and Braden cover all the hot topics in politics, from local to global. Steeping our tea one hour a week. "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." -John Adams

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With the graduation of high school and college students looming, I wanted to do a show that highlights how important it is for high school and college students to be careful what they put online. Photos, movies, writings, etc, can come back to... more

Video games, Facebook, and the classroom. Not exactly 3 things we put together to make a harmonious mix. But Geof Lambert of Digital Native Studios in Northern California thinks differently. We talk with Geof about how Gaming and social... more

Getting a book published is no easy task, and my guest knows this first hand. We talk with Joshua Sipper, author of several books, none of which have been successfully picked up. Joashua will fill us in on inspiration, what avenues and... more
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Bill Wardell, author of the free ebook "Don't Take Candy From Strangers What Every Parent Needs to Know About MySpace." stops by to chat about the good, the bad, and the ugly of social networking on our children. We also want to... more

We have all gotten them before... an email promising to send you millions of dollars, a Prince in despair, a woman with cancer... they all need one thing: Money. Listen to find out how to detect and avoid internet scams. Guest is Dan... more

unfortunately, my show about e-mail scams had to get canceled, so I am doing a shorter show about backing up data, how to do it, when to do it, what to backup, etc... Please feel free to call in with your tips or questions regarding anything... more

Ever wonder what makes the internal computer and network systems of your office run? Get an earful on what it's like being stuck in a cave all day! We will also touch on some Mac talk.

Most of us have an inkjet printer in our homes. Yet few of us know how to fix them, or even where to begin to diagnos a problem with them. My experience has taught me to first try 1 or any combination of these 5 tips. 90% of the time, the... more

It seems that kids today want every tech toy there is. Now, many kids (some as young as 11 years old) are asking for their own laptop or computer, and parents are giving them what they ask for. Is there an age that is too young? Do... more
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