Tuesday, January 11, 2005: PrivacyClue.com's Ray Everett-Church, spies and Anchorage and The Smart Family Show's Maxwell Smart, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Tuesday.
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Ray Everett-Church, Chief Privacy Officer and Senior Consultant of PrivacyClue.com, joins us live from San Francisco to look at the day's news, including Apple's aggressive stance against Macintosh-rumor blogs, George Washington University's student records in danger of identity theft, and more.
Should spies be able to legally count on the foreign government they toil for to support them for life if promised so? And by foreigne governments, I mean the United States of America. Plus, Rich McClear calls in from our Alaska affiliate to let us know we're now on for the full three hours of the show on KUDO in Anchorage.
Maxwell Smart, host of The Smart Family Show, and former NeXT employee, joins us live from MacWorld, with details of the announcement today from Apple about Tiger, the new features of the iLife software, the iPod Shuffle, and the Mac Mini, and perhaps, why Steve Jobs held the keynote a day early.
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