Category: Technology

Bruce Anderson Explains The Need For Cybersecurity In Today’s Digital World

Bruce Anderson is an expert in Cyber Intelligence and Internet Forensics. With this week’s news about the Stuxnet Virus of 2012 and the Flame Malware of 2012, we discuss the disturbing facts about cyber threats on the Internet.

Ken May Defends Microsoft’s Relevance In 2012

Ken May is a local computer services company owner, radio show host and author of the book The Boss’s Guide to Smarter IT. We debate the top technology stories of the day in a segment I call Tech Tuesday with Ken May.

Michael Carrier Speaks Out Against The Protect Intellectual Property Act And Stop Online Piracy Act

Michael Carrier is a law professor who wants to protect freedom of speech on the Internet. We examine two laws before Congress—SOPA and PIPA—that could destroy the Internet as we know it, threatening advertisers, credit card companies, search engines and innovators.

Lori Andrews Advocates An Internet Constitution To Protect Individual Rights On The Internet

Lori Andrews is a law professor, a public interest lawyer and mystery novelist. We discuss how individuals’ rights are being violated by social networks and the Web and the need for a Constitution

Dr. Michael Zey Peers Into The Future Of Media

Dr. Michael Zey is an internationally recognized sociologist, and future trends expert. He helps us peer into the future to glimpse the future of media.

Steve Greenberg Navigates The New Products Introduced At The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show

Steve Greenberg comes from a family of patent filers. He’s the author of GADGET NATION: A Journey Through The Eccentric World of Invention. We discuss the latest gadgets he’s discovered on the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Abby Stokes Discusses Technology For Technophobes From Her Book Is This Thing On?

Abby Stokes is the antidote to overly complex technology. She’s taught thousands of technophobes and techno-clods how to use technology. We discuss her latest book Is This Thing On?

Ken May Argues That We Are Better Off Than Five Years Ago Because Of Technology

Ken May is a local computer services company owner, radio show host and author of the book The Boss’s Guide to Smarter IT. We debate whether or not we are better off today than we were 5 years ago because of technology.

Mary Camacho Teaches How To Navigate The Internet More Anonomously From Her Book The Internet Plan

Mary Camacho is the founder of JoyaTech Solutions—an Internet consulting company. She explains the dangers present on the Internet and how to navigate anonymously from her book The Internet Plan.

Randall Craig Predicts The Future Of Social Media

Randall Craig is a serial entrepreneur, a former consultant at a “big-four” consulting firm and an expert on social media. We discuss the future of social media and how to capitalize on it.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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