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This is a note to remind you that our goals for the last few shows are not being met as people seem to be taking the Sunday show for granted.
Please help boost the producerships for this Sunday’s show. It promises to be a gem as we explore the roundabout way the White House AND Congress are going after both the First Amendment and, though a back door scheme, Julian Assange.
We have some clips from unusual sources that will amaze you.
John C. Dvorak
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Friday, May 17, 2013
This sort of information is discussed in great detail on http://noagendashow.com and if you have yet to listen to this show, you have truly been misinformed with your current news.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Do yourself a favor and stay away from this sort of software. Not only is McAfee and Symantec (Norton) spyware in its own way (that it is constantly contacting their home base with everything you do) but it gives you a false sense of security. Pretty much since the Windows XP Operating system where Microsoft did not release the operating kernel to these "high-end security" companies, the only way their product can be successful is to first disable the built in windows security (turns off the firewall for starters)... if you want something good AND FREE then go get Avast (http://tpsconsulting.com/avast.htm). If you have a windows machine you still need antivirus but not something that claims to be an all-in-one saviour of the internet security.. use Malwarebytes (http://tpsconsulting.com/malwarebyts.htm) and SpywareBlaster (http://tpsconsulting.com/spyware_blaster.htm) for your malware scans.
Put your passport and ID docs in the cloud
McAfee has launched an all-in-one cross-platform security suite for consumers that incorporates online storage through biometric authentication as well as a host of other security technologies. Equally importantly, the Intel security division is trying to shake up the way security software is sold to consumers.…