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Podcast 2101 – Happy New Year!!!!!

It is so great to be starting a new year. 2020 was a challenge and although the challenge is not over, we look forward to 2021 with renewed hope and enthusiasm . With the New Year, we will be doing our yearly tech predictions for the upcoming year. Join Gary, Ed, and Cal for their ...

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Podcast 2051 – Happy Virtual Holidays!

We wish you a happy and healthy virtual Holiday season. Let’s see how with Rob Ponto from Comcast. Adobe Flash is at the end of the line. Amazon wants you to be part of their Mesh Network. Gary fills us in on Global Fraud in cyberspace and Mike Brennan with MI Tech News. Now a ...

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Podcast 2050 – The Great Conjunction and Streaming Service increases

Planets Saturn and Jupiter pass and won’t happen again with this view until 2040. Passing of Flash, Disney ding for another dollar with 86 million subscribers, and are you still looking for those gaming consoles. Of course, Mike Brennan with MI Tech News. Below is Ed’s “Behind the Speakers’ zoom cast of the Internet Advisor ...

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Show Hosts


Gary Baker

Gary Baker

Co-Host

Gary Baker has had a long career working with computers and promoting technology development in Michigan. In the fall of 1997 when Foster called his ISP and asked for help, he talked with Gary who was its president.

Foster Braun

Foster Braun

Co-Host

Foster Braun has been co-hosting the Internet Advisor on WJR since February 1998 except for a short time in early 2000. He has been in the Detroit radio market since 1975 before working at WJR in 1996.

Ed Rudel

Ed Rudel

Co-Host

Ed Rudel joined as a co-host in 2003. Ed has toiled for many years as an executive troubleshooter in the corporate world and has worked side-by-side with Cal Carson in that role.

Cal Carson

Cal Carson

Co-Host

Cal Carson joined the Internet Advisor in the mid-2000’s to defend the honor of the “Dark Side” and help with questions about Apple Computers. Cal is an active member of the Detroit MacGroup.