Alex Eckelberry from Sunbelt Software and Wallace Wang, Author from No Starch Press to be featured on this week’s Let’s Talk Computers ®

Alex Eckelberry from Sunbelt Software and Wallace Wang, Author from No Starch Press to be featured on this week’s Let’s Talk Computers ®










(PRWEB) July 11, 2003

Alex Eckelberry from Sunbelt Software and Wallace Wang, Author from No Starch Press to be featured on this week’s Let’s Talk Computers ®

NASHVILLE, TN Guests from Sunbelt Software and No Starch Press will appear on radio talk show “Let’s Talk Computers”. Sunbelt Software, Inc. has 20 years of international experience in supporting mission critical systems for the world’s largest corporations. No Starch Press, Inc. is an independent publishing company committed to producing readable, information-packed computer books that make a difference.

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.

Using products from Sunbelt Software, http://www.sunbelt-software.com, corporate clients have been able to implement flexible, powerful, and quality system management tools-easily, rapidly and cost effectively. Recently, Sunbelt entered the broad consumer market with the release of iHateSpam, a top quality anti-spam product that reduces Spam on client email systems.

iHateSpam is marketed to enterprises and end users alike as a fast, simple way to effectively reduce Spam. Alex Eckelberry, President of Sunbelt Software discusses the Enterprise edition of iHateSpam.

San Francisco based, No Starch, Inc., http://www.nostarch.com, is the publisher of such best-selling titles as Steal This Computer Book 2, The Book of JavaScript, and The Linux Cookbook. They focus on Open Source, Web development, computer security, programming tools, and alternative operating systems.

Author Wallace Wang has released the third edition of his best-selling book, “Steal This Computer Book”. This offbeat, non-technical book looks at what hackers do, how they do it, and how you can protect yourself. Wally discusses what’s new in this book that now includes rootkits, spyware, web bugs, identity theft, hacktivism, wireless hacking (wardriving), biometrics, and firewalls.

Listen to the interviews at:

Sunbelt Software        http://www.lets-talk-computers.net/guests/sunbelt/spament


No Starch Press        http://www.lets-talk-computers.net/guests/nostarch/steal3

ABOUT LET’S TALK COMPUTERS

Since 1991, Let’s Talk Computers 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 7 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.

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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.

At no time will a guest or their company be billed for their participation on Let’s Talk Computers. Unlike other computer talk shows that require “fees” from their guests, the only cost to the company is an actual copy of the shipping product, the cost of the phone call and the time involved in the interview. On an optional basis, many guests on Let’s Talk Computers choose to participate in a postcard drawing by donating product as well.

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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