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  • 00:31

    GSMC Technology Podcast Ep 55: Windows 10 & Home Theater Computers (7-13-17)

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    A replay of our 2nd episode where Jonathan talks about Microsoft forcing their latest OS (windows 10) on its users, wearable tech (like the Apple Watch and Fit Bit), and home theater computers.
    Follow the GSMC Technology Podcast  at http://www.gsmcpodcast.com/technology-podcast.html 

  • 00:02

    Bloomberg's Market Minute with Polycom’s Global Director of Education

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    In a recent interview with Bloomberg's Market Minute, Polycom’s Global Director of Education, Elaine Shuck discusses critical issues in education from k-12 and beyond. With the need to reach students anywhere, at any time and on any device, many schools are finding new ways to connect students around the world to new and old content alike.

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    Ralph Bond, Autodesk, Talks Medical Duct Tape, Helmets, Ms Pacman AI

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    Both Segments: Autodesk. Ralph Bond, Evangelist.
    Ralph Bond from Autodesk joins us on the program every second Friday of the month to talk all things tech that he finds. With special emphasis on 3D printing, design, robotics, and more! Check out the cheat sheet below for a full list of show notes. With links and articles included!
    Cheat Sheet
    For full show notes, be sure to check out ComputerAmerica.com.

  • 00:10

    Innovation Talks: Voices of IBM Security

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    Today, IBM made a series of announcements, including the planned acquisition of Resilient Systems, Inc., that will aim to provide organizations with a proactive, comprehensive approach to respond to cyber breaches more quickly and effectively across consulting, services and products. With Resilient Systems, a leader in incident response, IBM will be in a position to provide the industry’s first integrated end-to-end Security Operations and Response Platform offering that spans the entire life cycle of an attack, from protection and detection to response.  Hear more in this podcast from the team behind the effort.

  • 00:57

    How To Build a Social Media Brand

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    Our guest this week is Melinda F. Emerson, SmallBizLady. Melinda is America’s #1 small business expert. She is an author, speaker and small business coach whose areas of expertise include small business start-up, business development and social media marketing.
    As CEO of Quintessence Multimedia, Melinda develops audio, video and written content to help her Fortune 500 clients engage small business customers.  She publishes a resource blog, www.succeedasyourownboss.com and hosts a weekly talk show on Twitter called #SmallBizChat for today’s entrepreneurs.  She reaches 1.5 million small business owners each week on the internet. Forbes Magazine named Melinda Emerson #1 Woman for Entrepreneurs to follow on Twitter.
    Melinda has been featured on MSNBC, Fox News, NBC Nightly News and in The Washington Post, New York Times, Fortune, Essence and Black Enterprise.She is also the author of the bestselling book “Become Your Own Boss in 12 months; A Month-by-Month Guide to a Business That Works.”. Melinda is a graduate of Virginia Tech.
    http://twitter.com/smallbizlady http://www.linkedin.com/in/melindaemerson

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Jim Saar of Apparel Strategic Alliances LLC

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    Jackson, NJ – The most popular apparel wear on the market today is made with a synthetic polyester spandex that’s wicking, thermal and anti-microbial. Over the last 20 years, this apparel has evolved to generate $17 billion in revenue each year because the world believes it’s the best.  
    Apparel Strategic Alliances has developed a 55% cotton, 45% polypropylene apparel product using CoolVisions® Patented Fiber that does everything polyester spandex products do and more.
    “We were the first in the world to manufacture commercially acceptable apparel active wear products line and that’s when the miracles started to happen,” says Jim Saar, founder and CEO. “Our cotton-polypropylene Coolvisions® t-shirt is warmer than a down jacket in the winter. In the summer time, it keeps you cool. You may not even sweat.”
    In response to his discovery of revolutionary and innovative apparel products, Saar has assembled some of the most experienced and innovative professionals in the apparel industry to form the Apparel Strategic Alliances. This dream team of technical professionals allows the alliance to maintain its leverage against household name competitors as they attempt to bring his revolutionary product to market.
    “I know how we stack up. Every day we are coming up with new applications for the technology. We just have to prove to the public at large that the product is better,” says Saar. “Once you try on this apparel, you will be a customer. I just have to get you to put it on.”
    For more information on Apparel Strategic Alliances LLC, visit www.apparelstrategicalliances.com           

  • 00:18

    BONUS EPISODE: We're still on hiatus, but here's some tech news!

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    It's been a few weeks since we ended season 1. Have you missed us? We've missed you!
    We're still in between seasons, but as we promised in episode 20, we thought you deserved some bonus episodes to keep your technology podcast thirst quenched. Here's the first bonus episode filled with some of the latest tech news, as well as an update on where we're at with the production of season 2!
    Firstly, we take a look at the recent ridiculousness that was Amazon Prime Day. In the lead-up, it was touted by the online retail giant as the biggest sales day since Woolworths went bust. Except, it wasn't. In the UK, the deals were a little bit disappointing, and in the US, Amazon was hit by massive allegations that it had inflated prices before the sale, only to drop them on the day in a bid to make the deals seem better than the were!
    Also in Amazon news, small business that sell on the website are up in arms in the US over plans to extend the company's no-reason returns policy to all marketplace sellers. They say it will 'crush' their business, but the fact is this kind policy is the law in the EU. Has it crushed small businesses there?
    We also look at news that a Tesla has broken the car's distance record and driven more than 1,000 km - or almost 700 miles - along with alarming, but not surprising, research that far too many of us are losing sleep to binge watching shows on services like Netflix or Amazon Prime.
    At the end of the show, there's also an update on the production of our second season. We're quite excited about it, and we want you to be as well!
    Recorded on 7 August 2017 at Park Town Studios, London, England. All rights reserved.
    Music: "Nano Hoedown", "Wagon Wheel", "Wagon Wheel - Electronic"; Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

  • 00:34

    The Coolest Hacks of 2016

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    In past years, security researchers have discovered ways to hack cars, medical devices, automated teller machines, and many other targets. Dark Reading editors discuss some of the most unusual and creative ways that researchers have uncovered in 2016, and what these new vulnerabilities might mean for the coming year.

  • 00:28

    Life of an Accounting Droid Episode 64 Stock Keeping Units

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    On this week’s episode, the theme is Stock Keeping Units aka SKUs. In the news, Google announces the Pixel and Pixel XL, Chromecast goes 4K, and I review News Pro by Microsoft.
    In the entertainment, Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales gets a teaser trailer, Lore podcast to become an Amazon TV show, and I review Westworld s01ep01 The Original!
    For the You Can Relax segment, I talk about AmazonSmile.
    E-Mail Me Twitter - @pateln01 Screencasts Subscribe Support Patreon Paypal Support Geek I/O in many easy ways!

  • 00:17

    What makes the most recent WAAS hosted payload special?

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    On this episode of the GovSat Report Radio, we revisit a government satellite program that we’ve discussed once before on the program – the Federal Aviation Administration’s Wide Area Augmentation System, or WAAS for short.
    WAAS is a terrestrial and satellite network that augments GPS and ensures greater precision in the routing and piloting of aircraft. Needless to say, if you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you’re probably very happy that WAAS exists – even if you weren’t aware of it.
    WAAS payloads have historically been launched into orbit as hosted payloads aboard commercial satellites. And that didn’t change with the most recently-launched WAAS payload, which was sent into orbit aboard SES-15, a hybrid satellite operated by commercial satellite provider, SES.
    On this episode, we’re joined by representatives from the companies that made the most recent WAAS payload a reality - Raytheon and SES GS - who will speak to us about the launch, the SES-15 satellite and the future of the WAAS program moving forward. They are:
    - Bryan Benedict, the Senior Director of Innovation and Satellite Programs at SES GS - Dana Hargrave, the Senior Program Manager for WAAS at Raytheon

  • 00:17

    Larry speaks with Donna Rice Hughes of Enough is Enough

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    Larry Magid and Donna Rice Hughes discuss on public wi-fi, fake news, and how the incoming administration can approach online safety.

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