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 …
PCRS 2017-07-19 Broadcast Personal Computer Show Wednesday, July 19, 2017 Broadcast PRN.fm on the INTERNET 6:00 PM ET IN THE NEWS Verizon data from 6 million users leaked online THE FIOS BATTERY – A Consumer ALERT FAA offers drone registration refunds following court ruling Photobucket breaks billions of photos online, upsets millions of users Consumer electronics company Jawbone goes out of …
THE PERSONAL COMPUTER SHOW
Wednesday March 1, 2017 – PRN.fm 6:00 PM ET
IN THE NEWS
o Massive Internet outage is sweeping the East Coast
o Unlimited plans: Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint, compared
o H-1B visa cap is set at 85,000 – April 1st Lottery
o Internet of Things – Cloud Your Judgement – Marty Winston
o Wearable Tech – Alfred Poor
o Computer Tips for Busy People – Joe Rejeski
“Wednesday, February 15, 2017 PRN.fm Broadcast PRN.fm on the Internet 6 PM ET In The News o Mac and Windows Skype users need to update by March 1st o FBI will require FOIA requests via FAX starting March 1st o Microsoft to Retire Windows Vista April 11th ending all support o Verizon vs ATT vs T-Mobile vs Sprint unlimited data plan o Matte black iPhone 7 losing paint o China New Supercomputer – 125 petaflops, 10,649,600 cores, 1.31 petabytes memory o H1-B visa holders account for up to 13% of American technology jobs o Nikon Kills Production and Sales of DL high end compact cameras o Super Bowl halftime show drones weren’t live o IBM forcing remote workers to return to office to work o New Ransomware Twist o LinkNYC Update Feature Segments o Wearable Tech – Alfred Poor o Simple Computer Tip – Joe Rejeski o Home Automation – Marty Winston “
In The News
Google shutting older versions of Drive, G Suite apps
Microsoft to retire original Windows 10 on March 26
Despite McDonald’s extensive efforts to improve U.S. sales over the last several years, its most promising endeavor is coming up short — and as a result, so are the company’s domestic profits. Reuters reports that according to McDonald’s fourth quarter report, released Monday, “Sales at established U.S. restaurants fell for the first time in six quarters as the novelty of …
Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. James M. Greenblatt. James M. Greenblatt MD, is a pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, having treated patients with mood disorders and complex eating disorders since 1990. He is a co-founder of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health (IMMH), and currently serves as the chief medical officer and vice president of medical services at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, Massachusetts. Dr. Greenblatt is also an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. His new book, Breakthrough Depression Solution: Mastering Your Mood with Nutrition, Diet & Supplementation(Sunrise, May 2016), offers a personalized model for relief from depression, eating disorders, and more. He has much to say about the 24 percent increase in suicide over the past 10 years, and the shocking 200 percent leap in suicides among girls aged 10-14, along with many other current topics in mental health today. Contact: http://www.jamesgreenblattmd.com/
Representatives from the Communications Workers of America (CWA), the union whose members are currently engaged in a weeks-long strike against Verizon for its “corporate greed,” say they discovered this week that the communications behemoth has publicly lied about the extent of its offshoring of jobs. “When our members uncovered how Verizon is padding its incredible profit margins by replacing good paying American …
Jack Rasmus discusses the strike of 36,000 communication workers that began this week at Verizon Communications and how it reflects the radical destruction by corporations of decent jobs in the US that has been occurring since the 1990s. Jack calculates 52 million of the total 157 million jobs in the US labor force today are some form of ‘contingent’ or so-called ‘alternative work’ arrangements, paying substandard wages and few if any benefits. The Verizon strike represents worker-union efforts to stop corporate conversion of full time regular jobs to ‘contingent,’ outsourced, contract work. Jack discusses a recent Princeton Univ. study that shows temp and independent contract jobs have risen by 9.4 million just since 2005—i.e. more than the total increase in new jobs (9.1m) over the same period. Full time contingent jobs now total 23.6m, according to the Princeton study. Add to that 26 m more in part time contingent employment, plus another 8.2m unemployed and more than 60 million US workers now earn less than full time wages and virtually no benefits. And more if the ‘Uberization’ of work underway is considered. Median earnings for the 50m barely exceed $30k a year. Jack explains this is at the core of the growing working class discontent in the US that is fueling both the Trump and the Sanders candidacies. Jack speculates on the possibility of a 4-way race for the presidency in this year’s elections. The show concludes with a review of the global economy, including the IMF’s recent lowered forecast, China’s recent GDP stats, and Jack revisiting his prior forecast the US economy would again stagnant and approach zero GDP growth for the first quarter 2016 in stats out in a couple of weeks.
Dr. Peggy Martin and Kevin Mottus are our the guests today on “Let’s Create a Better World” with host Bobby Ellias and co-host Stefan Rudolph.
Kevin Mottus discusses the true negative effects of cell phones and wireless transmission. The huge growing effects of diseases such as cancer and more do to cell phone use. Kevin’s gives facts and advice on how minimizing wireless exposure is a necessity for us to focus on these days.
Dr. Peggy Martin discusses proper eating habits for having a healthy holiday season, along with the side effects of processed food and holistic healing for depression and more. Discussion on nutrition, increasing our knowledge of food, eating in moderation, and being able to enjoy the holidays without overdoing it in all areas. Focus on holistic healing for depression
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