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The last delicious slice of deep dish

Saturday, February 4, 2006: Our final night on WGN in Chiacgo, with everything tech: 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:
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7pm PT:

Making a choice to leave old technology and system software behind and moving on to new, faster and more complicated equipment, determing which HD DVD format (HD-DVD or Blu-Ray) will be the standard, what PrntToScrn and "print to file means, how to deal with the impending doom that lies on the horizon for Blackberry users (what with RIM in court all around the world) and more.



8pm PT:

Backing up production hardware and preparing for disaster, an iPod no longer being recognized by a Win XP machine, how to choose a digital card reader, digital image manipulation software and computing platform for someone new to digital photography, how to determine what type of memory your computer takes and more.



9pm PT:

What to do with 4 gigs of "obsolete data" in a recycle bin, a discussion of wardriving, watching your CPU fluctuate unnecessarily, watching that repair work is done well, Excel not showing data when downloaded from a PC to a handheld and a farewell to Chicago.



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