Friday, February 15, 2008

Oggs of Wisdom

I've been remiss in posting the radio interviews I've done over the last several months on KFNX, news/talk radio in Phoenix, Az. But the advice and opinions expressed therein are nearly timeless, so here they are; fresh as the day they were born.

  1. "Practical Precautions for Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft." Broadcast August 5th, 2007.
  2. "Behavioral Profiling." Broadcast November 25, 2007
  3. "Guess Who's Reading Your Email." Broadcast December 2, 2007.

NOTE: On May 16, 2007, the Free Software Foundation started a campaign to increase the use of Vorbis “as an ethically, legally and technically superior audio alternative to the proprietary MP3 format.” People are also encouraged to support the campaign by adding a web button to their website or blog. For those who don't want to download and use FSF's suggested Ogg player (VLC), the Xiph.Org Foundation has an official codec for QuickTime-based applications in Windows and Mac OS X, such as iTunes players and iMovie applications; and Windows users can install a Windows Media Player Ogg codec. Click here if you need to get set up to play ogg Vorbis media files.

And, lest you missed it, this is a link to the first KFNX interview/ broadcast I did, posted previously.

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