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The topics for the 09/02/2004 show were:
Computers In The Classroom - Chris Rother, Vice President of Education for CDW-G will tell us about their Teachers Talk Tech survey, which looks at computer usage in schools.
Instructional Writing Software - Harry Barfoot, VP of Sales and Marketing for Vantage Learning will tell us about their software product “MY Access! 5.0” which is an online writing instructional program that grades student essays.
NewsForParents.org - Debbie Glasser, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and a nationally recognized authority on parenting and child development. She will tell us about her site NewsForParents.Org.

The topics for the 08/26/2004 show were:
Hot Topics - Barb Darrow, Industry Editor for CRN and Ed Scannell, Editor At Large for InfoWorld will talk about the hottest stories in the computer industry.
Wireless Takes Off At Airports - Joseph Beatty, Chief Executive Officer of Concourse Communications, LLC will tell us about their wireless services at airports.
Google IPO - Rich Kahn, COO of BlowSearch will comment on the Google IPO. If you are searching for a real winner, Google may be gaga.
GPS On Your Cell Phone - Sal Dhanani, Senior Director of Marketing for Televigation will tell us about their TeleNav GPS navigation service.

The topics for the 08/19/2004 show were:
Hot Topics - Barb Darrow, Industry Editor for CRN and Ed Scannell, Editor At Large for InfoWorld will talk about the hottest stories in the computer industry.
Wireless Takes Off At Airports - Joseph Beatty, Chief Executive Officer of Concourse Communications, LLC will tell us about their wireless services at airports.
Google IPO - Rich Kahn, COO of BlowSearch will comment on the Google IPO. If you are searching for a real winner, Google may be gaga.
GPS On Your Cell Phone - Sal Dhanani, Senior Director of Marketing for Televigation will tell us about their TeleNav GPS navigation service.
The prize for this show was: Our prizes today are digital gadgets provided to us by www.LifeWiseOnline.com.

The topics for the 08/12/2004 show were:
Computers In The Classroom - Chris Rother, Vice President of Education for CDW-G will tell us about their Teachers Talk Tech survey, which looks at computer usage in schools.
Instructional Writing Software - Harry Barfoot, VP of Sales and Marketing for Vantage Learning will tell us about their software product “MY Access! 5.0” which is an online writing instructional program that grades student essays.
NewsForParents.org - Debbie Glasser, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and a nationally recognized authority on parenting and child development. She will tell us about her site NewsForParents.Org.

The topics for the 08/05/2004 show were:
NewspaperDirect - Igor Smirnoff, Project Manager, Business Development for NewspaperDirect will tell us about their new service "PressDisplay" - digital newspaper distribution.
Ambient Devices - David Rose, President of Ambient Devices will tell us about their Ambient Orb & Beacon. A new way to present important information.
New Internet Protocol - Seth Noble, CEO of Data Expedition, Inc. will tell us about his idea for a new, much faster, protocol for the Internet.
The prizes for this show were: ; AMACOM Book; Cool Microsoft T-Shirts; Copy of iFodor's Software won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ; Digital People:From Bionic Humans To Androids won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ; DiskJockey File Viewer from Clear & Simple; DiskJockey File Viewer from Clear & Simple; Garfield's Typing Pal Deluxe won by Shawnna Luke from Marble, PA; Garfield's Typing Pal Deluxe; Garfield's Typing Pal Deluxe won by Marisa Palermo from Delaware County, PA; Golf Shirt; Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com; Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com; Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com; Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com.; Laptop Bag; Microsoft Office 2003 won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ; One Month Fee - Digital Vault; One Year Free - MyPhotoServer; Our prizes today are digital gadgets provided to us by www.LifeWiseOnline.com; Our prizes today are digital gadgets provided to us by www.LifeWiseOnline.com won by Maria Galitski from Delaware County, PA; Our prizes today are digital gadgets provided to us by www.LifeWiseOnline.com.; Plantronics CS50 digital wireless headset system won by Robert Uhrick from Philadelphia, PA; Plantronics CS50 digital wireless headset system won by Tom Monaco from Havertown, PA; Plantronics CS50 digital wireless headset system won by Isaiah Campbell from Philadelphia, PA; Sony Double-Layer DVD Burning CD won by Jack Sukala from Westville, NJ; and XBox Game-Bloodwake won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ.

The topics for the 07/29/2004 show were:
Digital People - Sidney Perkowitz, author and professor at Emory University will discuss his new book “Digital People: From Bionic Humans To Androids”.
AT&T VoIP - Katherine Bagin, VP, IP Telephony, AT&T Consumer will tell us about their AT&T CallVantage Service – voice over Internet phone service for residential customers.
Great Software - Tony Pereira, President of Clear & Simple Inc., will tell us about their product “DiskJockey File Viewer”.
Mobile Video - Marshall Merrifield, President & CEO of Perseus Wireless will tell us about their mobile video application for the security industry.
The prize for this show was: Digital People:From Bionic Humans To Androids won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ.

The topics for the 07/22/2004 show were:
Helping The Visually Impaired - Paul Schroeder, Vice President of National Programs, Policy & Research for the American Foundation for the Blind will tell us about assistive technology for people who are blind or visually impaired.
Machine-to-Machine Computing - Steve Pazol, CEO of nPhase LLC will explain Machine-to-Machine computer technology and how that affects you.
IM Rules - Nancy Flynn, author of “INSTANT MESSAGING RULES: A Business Guide to Managing Policies, Security and Legal Issues for Safe IM Communication” (AMACOM) will tell us why IM is a serious issue for many businesses.
The prize for this show was: AMACOM Book.

The topics for the 07/15/2004 show were:
buySafe Insurance - Steve Woda, Founder and Senior VP - Strategic Growth for buySafe is going to tell us how buyers and sellers can safely shop at online auctions and not worry about being cheated.
Technology Trends - Hetty Fore, Senior Research Director for NOP World is going to tell us about the current technology trends and they affect you.
Ink Wars - Jerry Chamales, Founder of Rhinotek is going to tell us about their remanufactured ink cartridges and how you can save money.
The prizes for this show were: Garfield's Typing Pal Deluxe won by Shawnna Luke from Marble, PA; and Garfield's Typing Pal Deluxe won by Marisa Palermo from Delaware County, PA.

The topics for the 07/08/2004 show were:
Intel - New Processors - Joe Bailey, Business Development Manager for Intel is going to tell us about their new processors.
Conductable Plastics - Thomas Aisenbrey, Chief Technology Officer/Inventor for Intergral Technologies is going to tell us about conductable plastics.
LG Electronics - HDTV - John Taylor, Vice President of LG Electronics U.S.A., is going to tell us about HDTV – now is the time to buy.
The prize for this show was: Garfield's Typing Pal Deluxe.

The topics for the 07/01/2004 show were:
Changes To What You Can Copy - Christopher Turk, Associate Attorney at Blank Rome, LLP and DigitalHour Subject Matter Expert for legal issues will tell us about some proposed changes to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. These changes will affect what you can copy.
SPAM Wars - Continued - Michael Herrick,President of Matterform Media will be telling us about anti-spam software and their Spamfire product.
Educational Software - Marc Boutet, CEO of DeMarque will tell us about their educational products and Garfield’s Typing Pal Deluxe.
The prize for this show was: Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com.

The topics for the 06/24/2004 show were:
Ojo Video Phone - Hal Krisbergh, CEO and Chairman for WorldGate Communications will tell us about their Ojo video phone and the state of video telephony.
PatentEase Software - Mark Levy, CEO of Inventorprise Incorporated will tell us about their product PatentEase - software which will help consumers file for US patents.
- Ron Poserina,Technical Director for MessageLabs is going to tell us about spam and email viruses and how they can help you fight back.
The prize for this show was: Our prizes today are digital gadgets provided to us by www.LifeWiseOnline.com won by Maria Galitski from Delaware County, PA.

The topics for the 06/17/2004 show were:
Double-Layer DVD Burning CD - Bob DeMoulin, Marketing Manager/Disc Storage Products at Sony Electronics will tell us about their new Double-Layer DVD Burning CD. - Bob DeMoulin, Marketing Manager/Disc Storage Products at Sony Electronics will tell us about their new Double-Layer DVD Burning CD.
Digital Hear Aids - Henry Smith, President of America Hears will tell us about their unique hearing aid products.
Make Money on Digital Downloads - Perry Solomon, VP of Strategy for Peppercoin will talk to us about “Digital Downloads - Why not make money?”.
Printasia Photo Paper - Kevin Graham, National Account Manager for ILFORD IMAGING will tell us about their Printasia Photo Paper.
The prize for this show was: Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com.

The topics for the 06/10/2004 show were:
Video Gaming - Globally - Brett Hawkins and Eric Rollman the CEO and President of the Global Gaming League will tell use about their site www.ggl.com.
Messaging on Mobile Phones - Jacques LaPointe, Director of Product Management for Zi Corporation in Calgary, Canada will tell us about Predictive Text Input software for messaging on mobile phones. See their site at www.zicorp.com.
IBM Car of the Future - Jim Colson, Distinguished Engineer with IBM’s Telematics - Pervasive Computing Group will tell us about the IBM car of the future.
The prize for this show was: Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com.

The topics for the 06/03/2004 show were:
Spam Wars - Christopher Duda, Manager of .Net Services for Database Solutions and Digitalhour Subject Matter Expert for Software will tell us about some new anti-spam technology under development.
Coaching Negotiations - James R. Camp, Author/Founder of Start With No/Coach2100 will be telling us about Training and Coaching Negotiations.
Half-price 411 Service - Jon Spector, CEO of Easy411 will tell us about their mobile directory assistance service - at up to half the cost of your cellular carrier.
The prize for this show was: Our prizes today are digital gadgets provided to us by www.LifeWiseOnline.com.

The topics for the 05/27/2004 show were:
Color Photo Printer - Jim Malcolm, Senior Marketing Manager for Sony Electronics will tell us about their new Digital Photo Printer – the EX50.
Cool speakers for iPod - Addie White Product Manager for Altec Lansing will tell us about their new InMotion system for the iPod.
Print Labels - Easily - Timothy Robb, Senior Brand Manager for DYMO will tell us about their LabelWriter 330 Turbo.

The topics for the 05/20/2004 show were:
BioInformatics Training - Gary J. Kurtzman, MD, Managing Director & COO of BioAdvance will tell us about the Greater Philadelphia BioInformatics Alliance Virtual Institute For Professional Training.
NGRAIN - Too cool for words - Gabe Batstone, General Manager Product Knowledge Management for NGRAIN Corporation will tell us about their Knowledge Management products. Check it out www.ngrain.com.
The Wild Divine - Kurt Smith, Founder/Developer for The Wild Divine Project will tell us about a very interesting product “The Journey to Wild Divine”. Check it out at www.wilddivine.com.

The topics for the 05/13/2004 show were:
Double-Layer DVD Burning CD - Bob DeMoulin, Marketing Manager/Disc Storage Products at Sony Electronics will tell us about their new Double-Layer DVD Burning CD.
Digital Hear Aids - Henry Smith, President of America Hears will tell us about their unique hearing aid products.
Make Money on Digital Downloads - Perry Solomon, VP of Strategy for Peppercoin will talk to us about “Digital Downloads - Why not make money?”.
Printasia Photo Paper - Kevin Graham, National Account Manager for ILFORD IMAGING will tell us about their Printasia Photo Paper.
The prize for this show was: Sony Double-Layer DVD Burning CD won by Jack Sukala from Westville, NJ.

The topics for the 05/06/2004 show were:
CarChip - Russ Heilig, National sales director for Davis Instruments will tell us about their CarChip data logger. You have to hear about this one!
Wireless Headset - Peter Zan,Senior Product Marketing Manager for Plantronics will tell us how to get rid of that phone cord with their new CS50 digital wireless headset system.
Digital Picture Frame - Kenneth Tenaglia, Vice President of Marketing Communication for Vialta, Inc. will tell us about VistaFrame their digital picture frame.
The prizes for this show were: Plantronics CS50 digital wireless headset system won by Robert Uhrick from Philadelphia, PA; Plantronics CS50 digital wireless headset system won by Isaiah Campbell from Philadelphia, PA; and Plantronics CS50 digital wireless headset system won by Tom Monaco from Havertown, PA.

The topics for the 04/29/2004 show were:
RadioShack Wellness Products - Emily Reagan, Product Marketing Manager for RadioShack will tell us about their new line of wellness products called LifeLine.
Digital Jukeboxes - Bob Cooney, Vice President of Marketing for Ecast, Inc. will tell us about their Broadband network for digital jukeboxes.
Discovery HD Theater - Clint Stinchcomb, General Manager and Senior VP for Discovery HD Theater will tell you why it's time to buy HD TV.
The prize for this show was: Ilford's Printasia Photo Paper from www.printasiafun.com.

The topics for the 04/22/2004 show were:
New Digital Products - Jim Barry the "Digital Answer Man" for the Consumer Electronics Association will tell us about the newest digital products to hit the market.
Biometrics Update - Zavi Cohen, CEO of Zvetco Biometrics will give us an update on biometrics.
Privacy Solution Software - David Zumwalt,CEO and Founder of Privacy, Inc. will tell us about their Privacy Solution software.
Really Cool Paper - Patrick Planche, President and CEO of Brightec will tell us about their Night Luminescent Photo Paper.

The topics for the 04/15/2004 show were:
Holographics - Paul Christie, President & CTO of Liti Holographics, will tell us about holograms and where we can expect to see them being used.
Migo - USB Storage - Joshua Feller is President and Chief Operating Officer of Forward Solutions and he will telling us about their product Migo.
Mainframe Computers - The IBM Mainframe is 40 years old and Wayne Aretz, Manager of Applications Specialist for Database Solutions will tell us all about them.

The topics for the 04/08/2004 show were:
Sun & Microsoft - Christopher Duda, DigitalHour Subject Matter Expert for software will discuss the impact of the settlement between Sun Microsystems and Microsoft.
American Airlines - Rob Friedman, Managing Director/Interactive Marketing for American Airlines will tell us about their “Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness Promotion” – your chance to win some really nice stuff by just going to their website.
7 Days Left - Louis Pavone, Controller for Database Solutions will tell us which software package to buy if you haven’t done your tax return yet.

The topics for the 04/01/2004 show were:
The Future of Music - Christopher Turk, Associate with Blank Rome, LLP. The future of music –copyrights, encryption, etc.
The Maturation of the Internet - Giovanni Rodriguez, Vice President of Eastwick Communications. He will be talking to us about the maturation of the Internet and the impact on online advertising and mobile marketing.

The topics for the 03/25/2004 show were:
EU Finds Microsoft Guility - Christopher Duda, Manager of .Net Services for Database Solutions and Subject Matter Expert for software will explain the judgment against Microsoft by the European Union.
Picking a hosting vendor. - Gregg Garnick, President of Mighty Smart Hosting will tell us about things you should consider in selecting a hosting vendor.
Why Projects Fail - Jim Carty, President of IS Value Corporation will be telling us about “Why projects fail”.

The topics for the 03/18/2004 show were:
iFodor's-PDA Software - Brent Peich, VP and General Manager of Fodors.com will tell us about their new iFodor's software for your PDA.
Social-Networking - Andrew Conru, CEO/Founder of FriendFinder Inc. will tell us about social-networking and his website – FriendFinder.com.
eDiets.com - Alison Tanner, Chief Strategist for eDiets.com is going to tell us how to lose weight and stay fit, if you use their website.
The prize for this show was: Copy of iFodor's Software won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ.

The topics for the 03/11/2004 show were:
Negotiating a salary package - Tony Lee, Editor in Chief, CareerJournal.com is going to be telling us about the process of negotiating a salary package – even in bad times.
EarthLink-Spyware Detection - Sarai Zyzniewski, Senior Product Manager, Core Software for Earthlink. She will be telling us about Earthlink’s new spyware detection feature that allows Earthlink’s customers to uncover spyware residing on their PC’s.
Cameras - What's Hot! - Bryan M.S. Minnix, Photo Dep. Mannager, for The Camera Stop TV and Video, located in Medford, New Jersey. He is going to tell us about what’s hot in digital cameras.

The topics for the 03/04/2004 show were:
New SPAM Killers? - Christopher Duda, DigitalHour Subject Matter Expert for software will tell us about several new proposed standards that could reduce SPAM.
Get Ready for RFID - Bill Allen, Marketing Communications Manager for Texas Instruments RFid Systems will tell us about RFID technology and applications.
eSoft - Security Appliance - Dave Aylesworth, Product Manager for eSoft will tell us about security appliances and their InstaGate PRO product.

The topics for the 02/26/2004 show were:
Digital Cameras - Scott Nelson, Director of Product Development for the Digital Imaging Division of Casio will tell us about two new digital cameras they have announced – the EX-P600 and the EX-Z40.
Freedom of Speech Case - Stephen H. Sturgeon, President of the Law Offices of Stephen H. Sturgeon & Associates will discuss his recent case defending a Florida University student’s website – fullsailsucks.com.
Internet Tax - Bartlett Cleland, Associate General Counsel of The IT Association of America and member of the Consumer Internet Access Coalition will comment on the proposed Alexander-Carper Internet Tax Bill.
The prize for this show was: Cool Microsoft T-Shirts.

The topics for the 02/19/2004 show were:
Defend yourself! - Christopher Turk, Associate Attorney at Blank Rome, LLP and DigitalHour Subject Matter Expert for legal issues will explain how to avoid becoming a defendant in patent infringement lawsuit.
Secure Your Important Data - Todd Brown, President of Digital Access will tell us about Digital Vault their service for secure off-site storage of your digital data. Contact them at (856) 858-7740 and digital-access.com.
VOIP Could Save Taxpayers $B - Ken Brown, of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution will tell us about their study showing how governments could save $3-10 Billion year with VOIP.
The prize for this show was: One Month Fee - Digital Vault.

The topics for the 02/12/2004 show were:
Project Management (Sort of) - Larry Dignan, News Editor for Baseline Magazine will be our first guest. Regardless of a project's success or failure, there is usually some slice of the government involved. That's the common theme in 2003's triumphs and breakdowns, as four out of the six projects below involve government in some way—energy deregulation, wireless number portability, Iraq and the State of New Jersey's antiquated systems.
Wireless Security - Tom Goodman, VP of Operations for Bluefire Security Technologies predicted that 2004 will see more exploits of wireless networks, including a widespread Code Red-like worm that will cause major disruption of Wi-Fi networks and/or carrier data services. He will tell us what you can do to secure your wireless devices.
SPAM Killer - If you thought the new CAN-SPAM law was going to kill spam, think again. With more spam than every, Roger Matus, the CEO of Audiotrieve, will tell us about their product InBoxer. What makes it so effective? InBoxer is the only spam filter from a company founded by language industry experts. They deploy sophisticated language technology to recognize the language of spam.

The topics for the 02/05/2004 show were:
MyDoom Damages - Christopher Duda, DigitalHour Subject Matter Expert for Software, will tell us about the damages caused during the past week by the MyDoom virus.
Finding People - Troy Done, Vice President of My Family .com will tell us about their product for researching your family tree or finding people.
SexySingles.com - Selenea Valentine, President of New York Sexy Single.com She has a very interesting digital story.

The topics for the 01/29/2004 show were:
Chressbrain - Hear about the Distributed Computing Foundation's ChessBrain Exhibition to be held on January 30th, 2004. The Chessbrain Exhibition will attempt to set a new Guinness Book of World Records for the most number of individual players simultaneously playing a chess match against a single computer chess engine.
Virus Alert - MyDoom - The morning the U. S. Department of Homeland Security US Computer Emergency Response Team issued Cyber Security Alert for the MyDoom.B Virus. Christopher Duda, Subject Matter Expert for the DigitalHour will tell us about this new virus and what you need to know about it. .
Personal Firewall - Roman Kasan, CEO of Tiny Software will be tell us about their product “Personal Firewall” and how they encourage people who have installed their product to open the latest MyDoom virus – for education. He will be giving copies of the software to the first 10 callers.

The topics for the 01/22/2004 show were:
Project Management (Sort of) - Larry Dignan, News Editor for Baseline Magazine will be our first guest. Regardless of a project's success or failure, there is usually some slice of the government involved. That's the common theme in 2003's triumphs and breakdowns, as four out of the six projects below involve government in some way—energy deregulation, wireless number portability, Iraq and the State of New Jersey's antiquated systems.
Wireless Security - Tom Goodman, VP of Operations for Bluefire Security Technologies predicted that 2004 will see more exploits of wireless networks, including a widespread Code Red-like worm that will cause major disruption of Wi-Fi networks and/or carrier data services. He will tell us what you can do to secure your wireless devices.
SPAM Killer - If you thought the new CAN-SPAM law was going to kill spam, think again. With more spam than every, Roger Matus, the CEO of Audiotrieve, will tell us about their product InBoxer. What makes it so effective? InBoxer is the only spam filter from a company founded by language industry experts. They deploy sophisticated language technology to recognize the language of spam.

The topics for the 01/15/2004 show were:
2004 Software Predictions - Christopher Duda, DigitaHour Subject Matter Expert will discuss the hot software topics and issues for the coming year. He will take your calls.
Home Entertainment - Bill McKiegan, VP Sales & Marketing for Krell Industries, Inc. one of America’s premier manufacturers of high-end audio equipment, will explain how digital technology is changing A/V components and how this impacts what A/V components consumers have and should be buying.
Share Your Digital Pictures - C. R. Gentry, Vice President Business Development, for CanWeb Internet Services will tell us about their new product – MyPhotoServer, which enables photographers of all skills levels to share their digital photos online.
The prize for this show was: One Year Free - MyPhotoServer.

The topics for the 01/08/2004 show were:
Free Long Distance - Use your PC and software from Skype to place free long distance calls. Andreas Sjolund from Skype will tell us how it works. .
SPAM - The newly passed CAN-SPAM law is in effect. Based on our email analysis, they should throw the new law in the CAN. Christopher Turk, an associate with Blank Rome, LLP will help us analyze the first 7 days of this new law.
Year In Review - Looking Ahead - Barb Darrow, Industry Editor at CRN will review the most important news stories of 2003 and how they will shape events in 2004.

The topics for the 01/01/2004 show were:
Number Portability - Chad Ebner from Sprint was on at the end of our show last week. We received a lot calls and emails that we didn't have time to answer. So he is back this week to discuss number portability and Sprint’s newest product for walkie-talkie communicate nationwide.
Visualization Software - Daniel Dubriwny, Vice President of Sales & Business Development for Advizor Solutions, Inc. will explain the increasing role of visualization in performing business analysis. See their website at www.advizorsolutions.com.
Intel - What's New - Joe Baley, Business Development Manager for Intel will tell us about their Centrino technology and what we can expect in processor power over the next several years.

The topics for the 12/25/2003 show were:
Big News Items - The President signed a new law hoping to "CAN-SPAM". Will it? Need help complying with this new law. Contact Christopher Turk at Blank, Rome LLP or George Brown at the DigitalHour.
XBox - Looking for a gaming platform for this holiday season? Christopher Duda, the DigitalHour SME will tell us about the XBox - now and in the future.
Holiday Shopping - Want to know what are the hot gifts this holiday season? Tune in for a conversation with Shopping.com. They track what people are looking for and buying.

The topics for the 12/18/2003 show were:
Big News Items - The President signed a new law hoping to "CAN-SPAM". Will it? Need help complying with this new law. Contact Christopher Turk at Blank, Rome LLP or George Brown at the DigitalHour.
XBox - Looking for a gaming platform for this holiday season? Christopher Duda, the DigitalHour SME will tell us about the XBox - now and in the future.
Holiday Shopping - Want to know what are the hot gifts this holiday season? Tune in for a conversation with Shopping.com. They track what people are looking for and buying.
The prize for this show was: XBox Game-Bloodwake won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ.

The topics for the 12/11/2003 show were:
Number Portability - Chad Ebner from Sprint was on at the end of our show last week. We received a lot calls and emails that we didn't have time to answer. So he is back this week to discuss number portability and Sprint’s newest product for walkie-talkie communicate nationwide.
Visualization Software - Daniel Dubriwny, Vice President of Sales & Business Development for Advizor Solutions, Inc. will explain the increasing role of visualization in performing business analysis. See their website at www.advizorsolutions.com.
Intel - What's New - Joe Baley, Business Development Manager for Intel will tell us about their Centrino technology and what we can expect in processor power over the next several years.

The topics for the 12/04/2003 show were:
Linux Gets Hacked - Big Time! - Christopher Duda, Manager of .Net Services for Database Solutions will explain last week's news about a recently discovered critical flaw in the Linux operating system. If you thought Linux was your future, you should listen to this segment.
It Aint Over Until Your Last Email - Karen Peach from Mylastemail.com will tell us about this unusual and unique Internet service.
Music in the Wireless Home - Keith Esterly is the Regional Training Director for Tweeter, a national specialty consumer electronics retailer that provides audio and video solutions for the home and car. Tweeter has the expertise to explain it all, deliver it all, and install it all so that its customers can "Just Sit Back and Enjoy". The company operates 174 stores in 21 states - including 10 stores in the greater Philadelphia area.

The topics for the 11/27/2003 show were:
What is Longhorn? - Christopher Duda, Manager of .Net Services for Database Solutions will explain Microsoft's next operating system - Longhorn.
Telephone Productivity - Is your telephony system a burden? Do you spend most of you day playing phone tag? Learn how new telephony technology can greatly increase your productivity.

The topics for the 11/20/2003 show were:
Judge Online Community - Father Joseph Campellone, President, Father Judge High School will tell us about how Father Judge High School is using the Internet to reach students and alumni with their new website.
Microsoft Office 2003 - Tim Pash, Desktop Technology Specialist from Microsoft will tell us about the new features in Office 2003.
The prize for this show was: ; Laptop Bag.

The topics for the 11/13/2003 show were:
Important News - A review of the week's most important news annoucements.
Fast Wireless Data - Matt Montgomery, Sprint Technical Application Managers and Chad Ebner will explain how to transform your laptop or PDA into a mobile office portal to ensure that you're never out of reach — or out of touch — with mission-critical information and business resources.
The prize for this show was: Golf Shirt.

The topics for the 11/06/2003 show were:
News - Interesting new products and technology news.
Novell Annoucement - Barb Darrow, Industry Editor at CRN will be discussing this week's announcement by Novell that they will purchase SUSE LINUX for $210 million. IBM also announced this week that they will invest $50 million in Novell. Interesting!!! Does one announcement have anything to do with the other?
Legal Issues - Christopher Turk, attorney at Blank, Rome LLP will review recent court cases and some proposed new laws affecting digital products.
The prize for this show was: Microsoft Office 2003 won by Jim Stewart from Hainesport, NJ.

The topics for the 10/30/2003 show were:
What is Longhorn - Christopher Duda, Manager of .Net Services for Database Solutions will explain Microsoft's next operating system - Longhorn.  Our guest was Database Solutions Software Solutions Expert Chris Duda.
Computer Telephony - Is your telephony system a weapon or an obstacle? Learn how new telephony technology can increase your productivity.  Our guests were InspiriTec President John Connolly, Artisoft Corp. Product Manager Lee Schlenger, and Delaware Valley Gastroenterology Office Manager Gina Jarrell.
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