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The Tech Night Owl Live / The Tech Night Owl LIVE — September 16, 2017
« Last post by Gene Steinberg on September 16, 2017, 06:01:27 AM »
We present outspoken columnist and podcaster Kirk McElhearn, who talks at length about Apple’s controversial changes in iTunes 12.7, in which they removed access to the App Store. This means that iPhone and iPad users will have to download and organize their apps on their mobile gear rather than Macs and PCs. With the release of a developer and public beta seed of the Golden Master of macOS High Sierra, Gene and Kirk discuss Apple’s decision to remove the ability to convert Macs with Fusion drives — which consist of a regular hard drive and a small solid state drive — to the new Apple File System. They also talk about Apple’s iPhone announcements, which include the iPhone X. And what about the controversial “notch” at the top of the unit? What about the new Apple TV with 4K and HDR?

You’ll also hear from writer/editor Adam Engst, of TidBITS, who covers the new Apple Watch Series 3, which includes an LTE radio that can make phone calls. He reflects on how the product has become more of a health and fitness accessory as Apple has continued to develop the product. Gene and Adam also talk about the iPhone X, the notch and its impact, plus Apple’s last minute change to the High Sierra OS that no longer supports Macs with Fusion drives. You’ll also hear an extended discussion about the Apple TV, its new features, and about the growing fragmentation of TV streaming services. This is creating a situation where you may have to join a number of these services to watch their exclusive shows. How does this impact cable cord cutting? Does it end up costing more than cable and satellite what with all the separate services?
The Paracast / The Paracast — September 17, 2017
« Last post by Gene Steinberg on September 15, 2017, 10:55:27 PM »
Gene and guest co-host J. Randall Murphy present Joshua Black, one of the leading academic researchers in the field of dreams of the deceased. The discussion includes precognitive dreams. He has focused all of his graduate work on investigating this neglected topic (MA and PhD). He continues to publish scientific research in the field as he finishes his Ph.D. at Brock University (Ontario, Canada). To raise awareness about the topic, he started a website (, Instagram page (@griefdreams), Grief Dreams Facebook Group, and the Grief Dreams Podcast (with co-host Shawn Ram). Additionally, he frequently gives presentations and workshops on the topic to the bereaved and those who work with them.
We have the experts and guests who pursue the Truth as much as we do.  It's politics, culture, faith and entertainment Monday-Friday 9-12n ET.

9:00-9:29a ET - Breaking News - Graham Cassidy Bill, Hurricane Maria & Obama Admin Unmasking

9:32-9:42a ET - Rachel Alexander - Everything Unraveling Around Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s IT Staffer Imran Awan.  The senior editor at The Stream has details.

9:46-9:58a ET - Steve Evans - Live from the Movie Capitol, Hollywood, CA, the Movie Guy runs down the top movies of the week.

10:06-10:29a ET - Josh Stanwitz - Veterans still forced to wait weeks for care while VA struggles to set appointments.  The CVA Coalitions Director explains.

10:06-10:29a ET - Trey Kennedy - He's Teaming Up with for College Comedy Tour.  Who said colleges don't have a sense of humor?

10:32-10:42a ET - Sharon Miller - Women Entrepreneurs Expect Big Cracks in the Glass Ceiling Over the Next 20 Years.   Miller Heads Small Business at Bank of America.    

10:46-10:58a ET - Curtis Kalen - Citizens Against Government Waste Releases Prime Cuts 2017: Balances Budget Within Three Years.  Kalen is Communications Director and spokesman for CAGW.

11:06-11:29a - Amy Knight - ORDERS TO KILL: The Putin Regime and Political Murder.  She earned her PhD degree in Russian politics, so who would know better?

11:32-11:58a - Ed Darack - The Final Mission of Extortion 17: Special Ops, Helicopter Support, SEAL Team Six, and the Deadliest Day of the U.S. War in Afghanistan as presented by the writer and photographer who was embedded numerous times.    

The Tech Night Owl Live / The Tech Night Owl LIVE — September 9, 2017
« Last post by Gene Steinberg on September 08, 2017, 11:12:50 PM »
We present author/publisher Joe Kissell, of Take Control Books. This segment focuses heavily on all the new books Joe and his authors have written about macOS High Sierra and iOS 11. You’ll learn about the new Apple File System (APFS) and why the drives on some Macs aren’t being converted by the High Sierra installer. Joe will also talk about some of the other features of macOS 10.13, which include an enhanced version of Photos with a decent selection of photo editing tools. iOS 11’s key improvements will also be covered, and you’ll learn about one of Joe’s favorite features in Safari, which stops those awful autoplay videos that appear on many sites. There’s also a brief discussion about the recent hack at one of the American credit bureaus, Equifax, which impacted over 143 million people.

You’ll also hear from longtime Mac peripheral maker Larry O’Connor, of Other World Computing. Larry will give you the down and dirty details about upgrading Macs with new drives and RAM, and the fact that many recent Macs cannot be upgraded. He’ll also explain why he believes that Apple will eventually support more drives with APFS, especially Fusion drives, and about an app his company is developing that improves the efficiency of such drives, which combine a traditional hard drive with an SSD. A Fusion drive delivers most of the performance of a true SSD at a fraction of the cost. The discussion will also include the price of Apple upgrades, when available, and some of the products Larry’s company is working on, such as a 4TB SSD, and  peripherals to enhance new Macs equipped with USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. And what about the possibilities of the forthcoming iMac Pro, and the promised Mac Pro refresh?
The Paracast / The Paracast — September 10, 2017
« Last post by Gene Steinberg on September 08, 2017, 10:50:36 PM »
Gene and Chris present Daniel Liszt, also known as the Dark Journalist, about his investigations of such controversial figures in paranormal research as Corey Goode. If you NetSearch Goode’s background (and those who surround him), Daniel Liszt’s work will be at the top of your search. He has uncovered disturbing revelations about Goode and his business manager, ‘Emma Gold,’ aka Roger R. Remseur aka Roger Richards and suggestions of an attempt to create a “cult” around Goode. Find out who is behind “Cory’s kids” and why are young people being targeted by forces that appear to be promoting fantastic messages by so-called “blue avians?” Oh, and you’ll also hear a discussion about the political impact of the alternative media.
The Tech Night Owl Live / The Tech Night Owl LIVE — September 2, 2017
« Last post by Gene Steinberg on September 01, 2017, 10:59:44 PM »
We present writer/commentator Josh Centers, Managing Editor for TidBITS, and author of “Take Control of Apple TV” and other titles, As the segment begins, Josh reveals that he’s give-up smoking, as the discussion moves to Apple TV and possible missed opportunities for Apple. What about Apple’s alleged attempts to persuade the movie studios to charge the same for 4K and regular HD movies? And what about reports that the movie companies want to offer movies 17 days after release for home rentals at $50, with a $30 price tag after four to six weeks. Does it even make sense? There will also be a brief discussion on what might be announced during Apple’s September 12, 2017 media event, where new iPhones are expected along with a new Apple TV with 4K and HDR, and the Apple Watch Series 3. Josh will briefly list the new features in iOS 11.

In the second segment, Bryan Chaffin, co-founder and co-publisher of The Mac Observer, covers the forthcoming Apple event, as Bryan cites a published report suggesting that all of the new Apple smartphones will carry an iPhone 8 moniker, even the regular models previously expected to be known as the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. And what about Apple's plans for professional Macs, starting with the promised December release of an iMac Pro that starts at $4,999? Gene will speculate that the top-line model, with an 18-core Intel Xeon processor, could max out at over $15,000. What about the Mac Pro, expected next year? Will the top-line version, possibly with an Intel 28-core processor, exceed $20,000? What is the potential audience for such a device? Bryan will also provide Apple TV and Apple Watch predictions.
The Paracast / The Paracast — September 3, 2017
« Last post by Gene Steinberg on September 01, 2017, 10:40:26 PM »
Gene and Chris present a very special episode featuring world-class UFO researcher Dr. Jacques Vallee. Dr. Vallee appears on the occasion of the publication of his three-volume set of personal journals entitled “Forbidden Science.” You’ll hear a very personal side of Dr. Vallee as he speaks about his early meetings with Ray Palmer, Kenneth Arnold, and even his first encounter with Jim Moseley (Gene was present), whose outspoken writings he enjoyed for many years. Chris and Dr. Vallee will discuss their investigative process, and the work they’ve done on the strange happenings at the Skinwalker Ranch and other strange events. You’ll hear why Dr. Vallee maintains that the witness is an extremely significant element of the paranormal research process.
The Alex Jones Show / Re: Trump rolling back limits on military gear for police
« Last post by SingleTax on August 30, 2017, 06:14:10 PM »
Not very "Americana," is it?

Apparently it's only a bad thing when North Korea does it.
We have the experts and guests who pursue the Truth as much as we do.  It's politics, culture, faith and entertainment Monday-Friday 9-12n ET.

9:00-9:29a ET - Breaking News - Benghazi Five Years Later, & Security Contractors Now Speak Out

9:32-9:42a ET - Charles Woods - Father Of Navy SEAL Slain in Benghazi five years later remembers and shares.

9:46-9:58a ET - James Hirsen - George Clooney and Jennifer Lawrence Alienate Potential Moviegoers.  Reporting is New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst and law professor. 

10:06-10:15a ET - Austin Petersen - Trump chose the lesser of the two evils on the debt ceiling deal says the GOP U.S. Senate candidate out of Missouri.

10:19-10:29a ET - Josh Bernstein - Explains why we can't count on the Red Cross to help Hurricane Harvey & Irma Victims.

10:32-10:42a ET - Alan Reyes - USO Support of Hurricane Harvey & Hurricane Irma & The USO's Care Package Program.  Reyes is USO SVP of Operations & Programs.

10:46-10:58a ET - Andrea Kaye - It's "Cooler Talk Time" with the TV/Radio personality as we discuss the hot topics of the day.

11:06-11:29a ET - Sharyl Attkisson - Season 3 of her TV Show, Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson started this past Sunday featuring N Korea.  Welcome to the most fearless half hour of original & investigative reporting on TV.  

11:32-11:58a ET - Charles Sasser - His new book, Crushing the Collective: The Last Chance to Keep America Free and Self-Governing illuminates the very real dangers of the socialistic mind-set that is currently threatening Americans’ freedoms 

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