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Supercomputing for the masses, Quicktime getting pesky, displaying JPgs and more - it's the weekend and it's Online Tonight with David Lawrence!

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Hour 1: Flashmobbing [wot?] in San Francisco, removing Quicktime [wot?] from your machine, when printing doesn't work, video to TV versus TV cards to monitors, scanning for viruses over the web with Panda Software's's ActiveScan, Google's new GMail service and more; we take your calls at 1-800-39-ONLINE, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 2: Gateway stores closing, while Apple stores are thriving, Microsoft Word slowing down to a crawl, potential virus issues, what "turnkey" means, tape drives and backup issues, G3's running MacOS X or not, StataLabs's Bloomba email client and more; we take your calls at 1-800-39-ONLINE, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 3: Creating high-bitrate MP3 files to bring richer bass to your music, finding a printer for a non-USB Windows 98 (not SE) machine, choosing between home built and brand name computers, receiving and sending RoadRunner email when on the road via Wi-Fi [wot?] and more; we take your calls at 1-800-39-ONLINE, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.

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