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Celebrated Technology Columnists to Share Essential Internet and Computer Insights on Let’s Talk Computers ® January 3, 2004

Celebrated Technology Columnists to Share Essential Internet and Computer Insights on Let's Talk Computers ® January 3, 2004










NASHVILLE, TN (PRWEB) January 2, 2004

Popular consumer technology radio show “Let’s Talk Computers,” is pleased to announce that John C. Dvorak and Steve Bass, two of America’s foremost technology columnists will be joining hosts, Alan and Sandra Ashendorf for the show airing on January 3, 2004.

Listeners will benefit from the gamut of useful technology tips and insight offered during the half-hour show, check the website for local listings at http://www.lets-talk-computers.com. The show will also be available online after the broadcast at Let’s Talk Computer’s Website.

Prentice-Hall    http://www.lets-talk-computers.net/guests/pren_hall/online


O’Reilly            http://www.lets-talk-computers.net/guests/oreilly/pcannoy2

John C. Dvorak is a renowned technology commentator and columnist. He has won eight national awards from the Computer Press Association including Best Columnist and Best Column. His work appears in several magazines and newspapers including Boardwatch, PC Magazine, Computer Shopper and Smart Business.

He is the author of several books on computing including "Online! The Book" published Oct. 2003 by Prentice Hall PTR, http://www.phptr.com. The book, much like Mr. Dvorak’s popular columns, combines insight and wit with invaluable information on the Internet for the computer-savvy consumer.

Steve Bass is a long-time home office technology writer at PC World Magazine. He is the author of “PC Annoyances,” published Oct. 2003 by O’Reilly, http://www.oreilly.com. In his book, Mr. Bass focuses on the waterfront of PC gripes and gremlins, with fixes for everything from Windows glitches to browsers that won't browse. Tips and tricks are also offered in easy to comprehend language for quick reading and quick fixes.

ABOUT LET’S TALK COMPUTERS

Since 1991, Let's Talk Computers, http://www.lets-talk-computers.com, ranks as one of the oldest computer talk shows. On the air since 1989, hosts Alan Ashendorf, CEO, and Sandra Ashendorf, Client Services with Total Solutions, interview representatives from the computer industry about products and industry trends. Produced in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, you can listen-in to "insider" conversations, covering the latest innovations, hardware, and software and how they affect you. Guests have included representatives from Microsoft, Novell, IBM, Market Wire, Computer Associates, Lotus, "PC World", the Cobb Group, Ziff-Davis, Symantec, and a host of other companies mentioned on our Past Guests page. Our goal is to let you know what is happening in the computer industry.

The syndicated Let's Talk Computers (LTC) can be heard weekly in 5 states and 24 hours a day on the website. New shows are uploaded in RealAudio and NetShow formats by Friday, 12:00 PM CST- radio broadcasts begin airing the following day. Past interview segments are also available on the website.

Please Support Our Sponsors:

ISDN Net - http://www.isdn.net The largest independent ISP in Tennessee, serving 87 counties, 3,000 businesses, 900,000 Public School Students, 65,000 Public School Teachers.

Total Solutions, Inc. - http://www.total-solutions.net    Â“Simple Solutions for Today’s Complex Problems” - TSI is a programming and application company dedicated to providing their customers with state-of-the-art technology to meet their clients’ business needs.

User Groups of Nashville -    http://www.nash-pc-users.com Supplying our members with the means to increase their computer knowledge and network with like-minded individuals. Clubs include the Nashville Area PC Users’ Group, the Nashville Area Access/Visual Basic/.NET Group, and the Nashville Clipper Developers’ Association.

LTC makes every effort to evaluate the products and services it showcases in real-world situations by applying solutions to real-life problems. To assist in evaluating both hardware and software under genuine working conditions, Let's Talk Computers utilizes the expertise and facilities of Total Solutions Inc (TSI). Since 1994, TSI has been instrumental in providing solutions, which allow clients to migrate legacy data and applications to the Windows platform.

LTC is thrilled to offer an exciting, new sponsorship program. Your information could reach millions of potential customers each week. Your company does not have to be a guest in order to participate in the program, although some of our guests have chosen to avail themselves of the sponsorship program after they have worked with Let’s Talk Computers. Check with us for sponsorship program details and levels.    

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Let's Talk Computers is a trademark of the Let's Talk Computers Tennessee partnership. Any use of this trademark without written authorization is strictly forbidden and a violation of state and federal law.

For broadcast schedules or additional information about Let's Talk Computers or this press release, please visit our site at http://www.lets-talk-computers.com or call 1-615-662-0322. E-mails can be addressed to alan@lets-talk-computers.com.

If you would like your computer-industry-related product showcased by Let's Talk Computers and your company name to appear on our Past Guests page, you wish to carry the Let's Talk Computers radio show in your area, or you would like to join our list of sponsors and potentially each millions of clients, contact:

Let's Talk Computers

488 Saddle Drive

Nashville TN 37221

Phone: 615-662-0322

Fax: 615-646-7832

Contact: Sandra Lee

Title: Program Manager

Email: slee@lets-talk-computers.com

For More Information:

Contact: Melinda Jaggers

Title: Media Services

Email: Melinda@lets-talk-computers.com


















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