Jeff Bruneau from Fossil and Randall Hyde from No Starch Press to Appear on Let’s Talk Computers Â®, Airing on 12/18/2004
NASHVILLE, TN (PRWEB) December 17, 2004
Guests from Guests from Fossil and No Starch Press will appear on radio talk show “Let’s Talk Computers”. Fossil is a design, development, marketing and distribution company that specializes in consumer products predicated on fashion and value. San Francisco based No Starch Press, Inc. is the publisher of such best-selling titles as “The Cult of Mac”, “Hacking: The Art of Exploitation” and “Steal This Computer Book.” Let’s Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows, and airs on multiple radio stations weekly – and 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the Internet.
Fossil (Nasdaq: FOSL) differentiates its products from those of its competitors principally through innovations in fashion details. Senior Product Manager Jeff Bruneau discusses the newly redesigned FossilÂ® Wrist Net, http://www.fossil.com. The new watch integrates leather into the adjustable strap and has a redesigned buckle for a new slimmer and more comfortable fit while still delivering the MSNÂ® Direct content you depend on.
No Starch Press, http://www.nostarch.com, is an independent publishing company committed to producing readable, information-packed computer books that make a difference. Randall Hyde author of programming books such as “The Art of Assembly Language” delivers the first volume in a four book series dedicated to informing and teaching today’s programmers important concepts of machine organization in a language-independent fashion. Randy discusses the first volume, “Write Great Code: Understanding the Machine” and the concept that will help programmers make wiser choices with respect to programming statements and data types when writing software.
Listen to the interviews at:
No Starch Press http://www.lets-talk-computers.net/guests/nostarch/code
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.
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