Computer Talk Radio weekly show for the broadcast week starting July 13th, 2013. Benjamin Rockwell, the guy with the glasses and the computers, starts off the show with the news of the week, including the latest trends in computer sales, Amazon vs. Apple, and vice versa, T-Mobiles take on phone upgrades, and so much more. Benjamin then interviews Dr. Arnie Cole, in regards to a new program called goTandem that seeks to engage people in a book that has been recognized the world over for it’s application to life, The Bible. This little app enables people to connect by just prompting a few times through the day with a little snippet of wisdom. Deb Shadovitz then joins Benjamin to give a number of key tips, shortcuts, and work arounds, and encourages everyone to explore their computers more. Benjamin then reviews a product called TouchFire, a membrane keyboard that fits over the iPad to speed your typing through tactile responses. Then Benjamin tackles a question from a listener about keeping your Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social media accounts squeaky clean, if for no other reason than to ensure that it doesn’t come back to haunt you later. Steve Keske then joins in to talk about how complaints on the Internet will change from country to country around the world, specifically on the various social media approaches. Benjamin then closes with commentary about locking your computer down, even though you don’t think you are a target, because you actually are.

More audio is available from the podcast including Kim Wade from Sprint (look in podcasts to the right in a few days)…

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