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I am changing the format of my monthly TABRadio broadcasts to a live call-in show where you the listener can ask questions about technology and computers. My broadcast is designed to help you become more efficient, effective and productive users of technology and computers by overcoming whatever anxiety keeps you from doing so. Here the only "bad" question is the question that is never asked and keeps you from moving on to accomplishing the goals that have been set.
No scripts. No pitches. And no commercials! Just 30 minutes dedicated to taking listener questions, LIVE on the Internet!
Learn about technology and computers from Troy A. Burgher, a Microsoft Certified Professional, with over 20+ years of experience teaching and developing classes and course materials on Basic Technology and Computer Literacy for novice and beginner users.
Have you recently purchased a new desktop or laptop? Are you a new or beginner user of Microsoft Office applications like Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook? Are you looking to enhance your job search opportunities, but have limited knowledge or experience using computers? Using Microsoft Office Suite applications? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then call in to my LIVE TABRadio broadcast this coming Sunday [4/26/15] at 3:00 PM [EST].
The high drama and low comedy of Boston politics surely plays out most publicly with its mayors. Yet since 1909, much of the real action and strongest personalities have been in the City Council. That's when Boston revised from a board of aldermen and common council. They are the legislative body, who go far beyond their main duty of voting up or down the annual city budget.
With no staggered terms, the 9 district councilors and 4 at-large ones run every two years. In theory, citizens could throw the bums out two years.
In my decades here, I have seen, heard and dealt with various iterations of the Council. I have met and even confronted some real lulus and loons. Those alter kakers are gone and in recent years egos have been in check and responsibility much higher.
We've recently lost some of the most active, smartest and overall best councilors. Some stepped down to run for mayor. Some burned out. At least one left for more money.
In this election year, I'll set up future shows with incumbents and the few challengers. I'll talk about the shifts and possibilities.
Hartford Wisconsin is feeling the pinch of the Union Backed State Laws for the Prevailing Wage. Unions across the country are losing ground as more and more states are seeing how their policies are helping to destroy the economy of Wisconsin communities.
The arguments allow for astronomical prices to be incurred by small and large communities that hurt rather than help. The costs for even small projects in municipality can cause those communities to not even consider improving with even needed construction because of the labor price gouge.
Technology dependent, then & now!
Host: John & Highlander "Tech Prep"
on American Preppers Radio!
Saturday 10:00pm/Est 9:00pm/Ct 8:00pm/Mt 7:00pm/Pt
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In this show we will be discussing technology from the early 1900s vs modern day technology and if this technology has made our lives easier, better, or just plain lazier.
Thru out history we have always had technology advancements, but in the past 100 years we have taking a staggering leap in the form of knowledge and technology. We often see technology as beneficial for humans, which it is in many ways, however this can be a double edged sword.
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On April 29, my guest be Anna Murray, the President of TMG-eMedia. Anna is a nationally recognized technology consultant, speaker and blogger. One of an extraordinarily rare species—a woman who owns a successful softwaredevelopment company— she loves to combine her two passions, technology and writing. Anna writes on technology from a variety of vantage points, including its humorous impact on daily life, its serious business applications, and its role in changing the way people relate to one another. After spending several years as a teacher and journalist, Anna founded one of the earliest web-development firms, eMedia, in 1996. Over the years emedia has been privileged to partner with many national and international firms such as The Kellogg Corporation, Keebler, Del Monte, Bayer, Spire Capital, Wind Point Partners, National Cancer Institute, The National Institutes of Health, International Creative Management, Consumer Reports, Summit Business Media, Time Out, Harvard Business Publishing, Slate, and The Atlantic Group in developing strategy, implementing solutions, and developing cutting edge applications. Anna is a double winner of the Stevie Award for Women in Business, a recipient of a Mobile Marketing Association award for mobile app development, several Kellogg top agency awards, and most recently Folio's Top Women in Media Award. She also serves as the President of the Board of the International Women’s Writing Guild, a non-profit organization devoted to the development of women’s voices in professional writing. In addition to numerous articles for web sites and magazines, Anna has written several full-length books, including two business titles, Resume Builder & Career Counselor (Simon & Schuster, 1997), The eMarketing Guidebook (Marketing Sherpa, 2004), and a novel, Sarah’s Page (Sleeping Bear Press, 1998).
Sunday, May 17th, 11pm est . 8pm pac ... In With The Knews: Reverse Engineering: Alien Technology. Did we get our advanced technology from aliens? Is it possible?
Call in at 626-414-3414
Ever wondered how your parents made less money than you, but still managed to maintain the household? At one time, I did, too. I used to think that my parents made so much more money than I did, but once I got older I realized that they didn't. I finally realized that they didn't have as many bills as I do.
My parents didn't have a cable bill, cell phone bills, or internet. My DirecTV, $110, cell phone, $100, my Internet service, $51. That's $261 per month that my parents didn't have to deal with when I was a kid. Mix in Netflix, Xbox Live, and the NFL Sunday Ticket and a lot of my paycheck goes to things that aren't a necessity.
Technology is why a lot of us are broke. We've gotten so addicted to luxuries that we've made them necessities. How can we improve our discipline? Do we really need to raise minimum wage or just cut certain luxuries out of our lives?
All of this and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 476
Scheduled for 75-90 mins.
Karen Cressman - Spiritual Interpreter, Self Empowerment Coach, Author & Speaker - who brings forth wisdom from other realms, along with Marc Himmelstein from Healing 4 Inner Peace, talk with representatives and members of the Andromeda Council's Galactic Federation to learn the current status of events happening as the Council supports Earth and humanity in its ascension process. They took us to the underground base in Mt. Rushmore and showed us how the Council is countering the JADE HELM situation. We continue to learn what is next for us now that we are moving forward in the 5th Dimension; what the Council is doing to assist us in creating sustainable practices in our governments, financial markets, healthcare systems, etc.; who the players are in the multiverses working for and against our ascension process, and … how YOU can help.