Periodically Rick and Steve just kick back and discuss news items of the week. This week they converse on the Malaysian Airline search, The Masters with Tiger Woods not playing, Movie ticket prices continuing to creep, Apple’s WWDC and the Fort Hood shooting.
Janice Kephart former 9/11 Commission staffer that served as border counsel, and was a key author of 9/11 and Terrorist Travel, and 9/11 final report recommendations who has testified before Congress 16 times on various border, homeland and identity issues. Currently founder and CEO of the Secure Identity & Biometrics Association. (SIBA). Janice joins us to discuss biometric passports in light of the Malaysian Airlines disappearance.
As with any business, if you don’t invest and grow, your competitive edge will diminish and this is also true with Podcasting. Although podcasting is relatively new, since 2006 has been producing consumable media on a variety of topics with each show producing a minimum of one episode per week. As approaches its 1,500th episode it was time for some changes. To maintain pace and expand for the future, NCS has moved into a new studio facility with all new digital equipment. Rick and Steve discuss ’s goals for 2014 and the impacts podcasting has had on the world.
Positive and uplifting, goal oriented and purposeful, are a few words to describe Louis Agudo. He’s all about making your small business successful. He gives talks on networking, following your dream and motivating yourself. He’s a speaker and an advocate for small business owners.
Apple rolled out a little celebration this week for the 30th anniversary of the Mac. We talked about it here on NetcastStudio some on Waves of Tech, but it’s been interesting to hear people talk about their first experience with a computer and the first computers we all owned.
Crowned Best Female Country Artist of the Year by the Georgia Music Awards. She also received a nomination in 2012 for Best Music Video of the Year. Angela’s band was a finalist in Hard Rock’s International Battle of the Bands and CBS Atlanta recently named Angela’s band one of the 5 Best Local Rock Bands.