Patrick Paul is part of the local team of developers who came up with this ingenious device. Hemingwrite a distraction free writing tool that is part throwback to the portable typewriters that many of us remember fondly (or not) from late night paper writing sessions in college. It is also a wonderful digital device that is deliberately NOT connected to the Internet. Find out why!
Rick Broida, our favorite writer, columnist, commentator, cheapskate (and zombie wrangler) joins us for our discussion about Hemingwrite. Is it a great leap forward for someone who is constantly on deadline for his articles? Listen and see.
Charlie Hopper, founder and CEO of Pasty.net and Pasty.com in the great frozen north of Michigan’s Upper Penninsula joins us for a double celebration. His website went live just about the same time as the Internet Advisors hit the Internet. Pasty.net is applying hi tech solutions to providing broadband access to customers in the heart of our rugged Upper Penninsula where there are often more racoons than customers. PS He also …
Steve Hyer, CEO of IGD Solutions, hosts the Internet Advisor homepage and last week spent over 24 hours battling a DDOS attack that kept our site off the air until just before the show.
Jason Dinkelmann and Tom Churchwell describe the collaborative workplace conference coming Feb. 21 and 22 in Detroit. Tickets are $149 but if you go to the Agile and Beyond website for the next two weeks and type in WJR760, they get tickets for $99!
Terry Bean runs Motor City Connect, a group of some 5,000 folks in the metro area trying to make a difference. Terry is helping Mike Brennan organize LoverforDetroit.com on March 13 to celebrate Detroit at Charles Wright Museum to help them kick off their celebration of our city’s 313th year. …
Emily Hay: Social Media Expert and CEO of Hay There Social Media
Charlie Hopper, Founder Pasty.net Internet for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Video: Snowy ride to Copper Harbor
Michael Malone: Author and journalist, has written extensively about Silicon Valley, including The Big Score and The Valley of Heart’s Delight: A Silicon Valley Notebook 1963-2001.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE’s new Silicon Valley will premiere on PBS.
Ed Rudel, Cal Carson, and Shane Hamelin: Internet Advisor Tech Specialists
Steve Hyer, CEO of IGD Solutions, host for Internetadvisor.net
Lauren Baker: One of our first guests at age 5! Now a U of M coed and busy young, tech savvy lady.
Yan Ness, CEO Online Tech, the place where it all began for Gary Baker
Jason Yaeger, Tech Specialist, Online Tech, here to help answer technical questions …
Special guest: Leo Laporte, ruler of Leoville (an alternative universe of podcasts, blogs and video ) joins us for a special exclusive anniversary issue.
Charlie Hopper, founder and CEO of Pasty.net keeps the UP connected to high speed Internet. Here he reviews the past and looks ahead to the future of Internet for Yoopers!
Agile and Beyond Conference: Gary Baker interviews Jay Aho, VP, Pillar Technology about Agile, a Michigan-made, cutting-edge software development tool.
A Shocking Story: Darin and Jodi Shock share a cautionary tale of how “in-app” purchases on an iPad in their child’s hands nearly cost them a fortune.
Emily Hay, our Social Media expert, reports on the Super Bowl Social Media Command Center in Indianapolis.
Cal Carson reflects on his years with the Internet Advisor team and, along with Mac Minute host Erik Anderson, comments on how Apple has changed and where it is heading.
Hour 2 is dedicated to taking your calls about problems with your computers, getting around the Internet and related topics.