Computer Talk Radio weekly show for the broadcast week starting October 13th, 2012. Benjamin Rockwell, the guy with the nerd glasses (and a pocket protector), opens with the latest weeks news of computers and technology including students being punished for resisting the RFID cards that track them, a new Apple patent that allows governments to control any and all activities on smartphones in a certain area, traffic lights that turn red if you are speeding, and more. Benjamin then interviews Christopher Cooper (of Cooper-Product.com) at the L.A. Computer Fair about the iSlip, a screen cleaner that wraps around the screen cover of a tablet, available in a variety of sizes. Deb Shadovitz then joins in and covers her experience in working with Ubuntu (a form of the Linux operating system). Benjamin warns about the latest approaches towards spearphishing, and seemingly normal e-mails being traps. Benny Rockwell then covers some of the issues that face Nintendo over the Wii U, and their new approaches towards bringing games to the public. Benjamin closes with commentary about the Supreme Court case that appears to be headed for a ruling, that could upset the concept of the First-Sale Doctrine… an item that could impact your ability to resell anything you have ever purchased.