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Spyware threats, Yoo on the news and power failure recovery

Wednesday, October 17, 2007: Webroot.com's Peter Watkins, Richard Yoo of Natuba.com and CNET.com's Michael Kanellos, 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 Wednesday.

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Tonight's notes: (?)

7pm PT:

Peter Watkins, CEO of Webroot.com, joins us live to look at what is happening in the world of anti-spyware and the threats they are trying to erase. We look at the amazing number of individual threats computer users face, the advertisers that provide the money that powers the creation of most of the threats, and the terrorist activities that are akin to the threats themselves.







8pm PT:

Richard Yoo, founder of Natuba.com, joins us live from Houston to look at his brand-spankin' new Web 2.0 mashup identity website, and to give you, the listener of the show, an invite to play on the site before anyone else does. The first 1000 people to email them at radioshow@natuba.com gets an invite - go for it.



9pm PT:

Michael Kanellos, editor in chier of CNET.com, joins us live from San Francisco to look at a new weapon against the threat of brownouts, blackouts and other power anomalies that we face here in California and elsewhere: an ingenious device called a fault current limiter that contains these power issues to a very limited area and can actually correct the problem with little human intervention.


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