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The Personal Computer Radio Show – 08.30.17

Personal Computer Show Wednesday, August 30th 2017 Broadcast PRN.fm on the INTERNET 6:00 PM ET IN THE NEWS New 3D Printers Can Print Materials as Strong as Steel (Obstacle to technical progress in 3D Printers has been strength of material; carbon fiber-infused nylon that can be as strong as steel.) FTC ready to give back tech support scamming money to …

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Replenish Me – 06.29.17

 Cordelia Gaffar is an author, speaker and founder of Workout Around My Day and the Stress Less Mom(TM). She created this three step process over the past fifteen years to help her raise her six children. With this program moms can thrive and prioritize themselves by nourishing with wholesome food, energizing with movement and encouraging themselves with sweet talk. Her …

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iEat Green – Guest Holly Hughes Editor/Author- Food Writer – 04.27.17

Holly Hughes is the founder and editor of 18 editions (and counting) of the annual Best Food Writing anthology, which she believes is the best gig in the food writing universe. Reading everything that’s published in the food writing world is hardly hardship duty. Her past also includes stints as the executive editor of Fodor’s Travel Publications, writer of 12 …

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Gilbert Doctorow – Trump’s Remaking of US Foreign Policy

Over the weekend, President-elect Trump received two journalists from mainstream European print media — The Times of London and the German magazine Bild — for a joint interview in New York City’s Trump Tower. The event was videotaped and we are seeing some remarkable sound bites, particularly those of interest to the British and German publics. For the government of …

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Internet addiction may indicate other mental health problems in college-aged students

A new survey of internet users suggests that people who use the internet excessively may have more mental health problems. Using two scales to evaluate internet use, researchers have found high rates of problematic internet use in a group of primarily college-aged students. The researchers evaluated internet addiction using the Internet Addiction Test, as well as newer scale of their …

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Wall Street whistle-blower drops BOMBSHELL about Clinton Foundation

Hillary Clinton likes to portray herself as an enemy of Wall Street, but the Street’s real enemies are coming back to haunt her. While Hillary Clinton was banking millions in speaking fees from the financial industry, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel was making news for uncovering years of accounting fraud at General Electric. Now he’s turned his attention to the …

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Ask Beatty – 09.28.15

Did Pope Francis’s visit impact you in terms of how you might treat others more lovingly and respectfully? Did his powerful messages about injustice, inequality, mass incarceration, poverty and racism touch you on a deep level?

Beatty also talked about recent research that demonstrated how technology is interfering and potentially destroying our personal connections. (If we let it!)
She stressed the importance of our taking ACTION if we are serious about improving the quality of our lives and relationships.

And finally, Beatty will be on a panel ,”Does Sexy Have An Expiration Date?” on October 13th 2015, from 6-9 pm at the Hungarian Consulate in New York City. She stressed the importance of not allowing anyone, (including the media) to tell you if or how often you should be having sex.

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Is Your Unborn Child Already Sleep-Deprived? Your Cell Phone May Be to Blame

If you are of a certain age, you may have heard about the so-called “Mozart Effect,” the idea that playing classical music (particularly any of the music composed by a short, spendthrift Austrian prankster with a fondness for scatalogical humor) is a sure-fire way to boost the intelligence of your unborn child. This idea gained so much popular currency that …