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Show Synopsis

Tomorrow is Mother's Day and we have a day of interviews with people who have items that any mother would love. Listen in and maybe you can find that gift that would be perfect for your mom.

This Weeks Guests

7:06 - 7:20 - Allison Deyette from Stylebakery.com has prepared some gifts that you might have never thought of that include a combination of Tech and non-Tech gifts -- perfect for any mom.

7:34-7:42 - Delly Tamer the founder and CEO of LetsTalk will discuss with Craig the advantages of their product for the busy mom.

7:44-7:50 - CVS has a new $20 disposable digital camera and Grant Pill the Director of Photos and Imaging at CVS will speak with Craig about it. This unique gift is perfect for any mom because the best camera is the one you have at the right moment.

8:06-8:20 - Matt Schneiderman from Sync Magazine will talk with Craig about the tech gifts that they have put together for their readers and their Moms.

8:34-8:42 - Connie Zack the Chief Sales Officer of Sunlight Saunas will talk with Craig about their portable sauna that utilizes infared heat (not steam) to give your mom the most relaxing sauna in the privacy of her own room/home. It is small enough to be stored in her closet. New Technology at its best.

8:44-8:50 - Abra Degbor from Verizon Wireless will discuss the best that Verizon has to offer and what they plan on offering in the future.

Internet Tech Tip Of The Week

Mary Braun from Messaging Moms talked about the Dangers of Instant Messaging and how to watch for them with your kids as they IM for more info go to www.MessagingMoms.com.

Picasa is free software that makes it easy and fun to view, organize, edit and share the digital photos on your PC. Picasa won't delete your pictures or put them online without your permission.

Get it -- its great!!!

Security Tech Tip Of The Week

More Security Updates for Mac OS X

For the second time in a month, Apple has released a bundle of software patches for its Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server operating systems.

The fixes, also detailed in a write-up from Danish security company Secunia, plug 20 separate security holes. The patches fix problems in many areas of Apple's operating systems, ranging from Apache -- the web servers built into Mac OS X -- to several glitches in the Mac version of Bluetooth.

You can get the updates from the "Apple Downloads" page and install them yourself.

Intant Message -- Instant Virus

The SANS Internet Storm Center said today that it has recieved multiple report over the weekend of viruses spreading via AOL Instant Messenger and Microsoft Messenger.

According to the latest virus information from TrendMicro, four out of ten of the top online threats at the moment arrive via instant message. They said they expect the threat of viruses and worms through instant messaging could worsen in the near future.

Instant message viruses usually spread by tricking recipients into clicking on a link in a short message that says something like "Hey, check this out."

Once downloaded to a machine, Kelvir quietly downloads more software that turns the victim's computer into a spam relay. Kelvir also can log anything you type on your keyboard and e-mail the data to identity thieves, even capture snapshots of anything you see on your computer monitor, snag footage from your web cam, as well as any and all information stored on your computer's clipboard.

Instant messaging is also becoming an increasingly popular medium for "phishing" scams that try to trick computer users into visiting an authentic looking web site and entering in personal and financial details.

Watch out and Be Safe!!