Fifteen minutes of GeekNews and then… the most popular spread-sheet program ever; Microsoft Excel. Bob Umlas, author of [This isn’t Excel, It’s Magic!|http://www.iil.com/iil/excelmagic/], joins the geeks for some wonderful tips and tricks on using Excel. Durring the second half of the show you can join us for questions and comments on technology.
Geeks Sean Cleveland, Miles Elam, Chris Dunphy and host Lyle Troxell cover the week in GeekNews which includes 802.11n, NY Subways soon with cell coverage ([BART|http://www.bart.gov/] has it already), [[GSM|Global System for Mobile Communications]|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM] [cell phone tracking|http://www.engadget.com/2006/01/20/world-tracker-turns-anyone-into-a-cellphone-spy/]. Sean leads us on a quick discussion of Intel Core Duo Processor and some general processor details. We cover a quick run-through of Windows on a new Intel Mac – good bye [BIOS|Basic Input/Output System]. Miles then leads us in a discussion of an upstate NY windmill conflict. Durring the second half of the show we take listener calls with questions and comments about technology.
The Geeks cover some issues and concerns about Mac OS X on Intel, problems with finding good free anti-virus like [AVG|http://www.grisoft.com/], some more GeekNews of the week and answer calls from our listeners.
It’s a reunion! The Geeks back all together again at last at our new time, Saturdays at 10am. Topics included GeekNews, Space Update, Online Music/Video, Municipality Technology and Calls from our listeners.