Saturday, October 7, 2006: Everything tech and Ray Everett-Church on passwords: your calls, comments, instant messages and emails about technology and pop culture...it's Online Tonight with David Lawrence for a Saturday.
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Tonight's notes: (?)
A look back at this year's Portable Media and Podcasting Expo, what a pixel is, Best Buy's new Digital Music Store, we let our listeners in San Francisco know that this will be our last weekend on KNEW, what to do when Windows Media Player takes over and more.
How to find older recordings and places that have opened up their archives to the public, what the word "encryption" means, a discussion of on-the-road options for high speed internet connectivity, including whether or not satellite systems equipment will get any smaller anytime soon (probably not), why Google buying YouTube for 1.6 billion dollars is a huge mistake and more.
Ray Everett-Church, Chief Privacy Officer and Senior Consultant of PrivacyClue.com, joins us live from San Francisco to look at a basic tutuorial on how to keep your identity safe online and off.
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