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The Digital Divide and Alphabet Soup

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Podcast 1531 8-15-15

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For more information about D.A.S. (Distributed Antenna Services) and how it can help your community, call ACDNet and ask about their services in your community.


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Answering Listener Questions Live on WJR 5-6 PM

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Podcast: July 2, 2011

Gary Baker,                Ed Rudel,                 Cal Carson,            Erik Anderson

Show Notes:

On Thursday, June 30, the Michigan Public Service Commission and its partner, Connect Michigan released a  new and in-depth report on Michigan’s broadband development and rate of adoption.  Phillip Brown, from Connected Nation will join Gary Baker and the guys to talk about the state of broadband deployment in Michigan and the vital role it plays in the Renaissance of this Great Lake State.

Erik Anderson has The Mac Minute to report on all the dust up over Apple’s new video editing platform Final Cut Pro X.

Most importantly there will be lots of time for you to get your questions answered about your computer on this holiday weekend show.

Podcast: July 2, 2011 – Hour 1
Podcast: July 2, 2011 – Hour 1

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President Obama's Address at Northern Michigan University

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FCC Opens "Super Wi-Fi" TV Bands

FCC has opened up unused TV signals (the white noise between channels) for Internet broadband use.  The Super  Wi-Fi” technology may start to appear within a year.  Full Story Ed Rudel

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