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Show Synopsis

Today we will be discussing ways to enjoy the Outdoors with Motorcycles and ATV Technology. What has technology added to your favorite toys and we will cover the Tech News of the Week as Craig reviews and discusses the highlights.

This Weeks Guests

7:06-7:20 - Richard Jepsen the CEO of OCSC Sailing will join Craig to discuss how technology has changed and improved sailing.

7:23-7:29 - Jim Cegelski the CEO of Accessories Marketing, this the company who makes "Slime" will join Craig to discuss why everyone who is "off roading" should have their product with them and how it works.

7:34-7:50 - Steve Anderson one of the editors at Cycle World and a motorcycle accident investigator will discuss motorcycle safety and the changes brought about by technology that has increased the safety of both Motorcycles and ATV's.

8:06-8:20 - John Donaldson of Kawasaki will join Craig to discuss their new offerings and how technological improvements have changed designs in braking and steering and safety.

8:23-8:29 - Paul Shrater the VP Marketing of Minimus will join Craig to discuss their their business of offering of everything you can think of in small travel size bottles.

Tech Tip of the Week

New Research show that Cell Phones can damage your eyes over time and that this damage never heals.

When energy impinges on body tissue, in this case the lens of the eye, part of it is absorbed and converted to heat due to ionic conduction. This heat manifests itself as a temperature increase inside the tissue. Even a slight increase in the temperature close to the lens (as low as 3 degrees Celsius) increases the risk of developing a cateract. But that is not the worst part, when the SA or Specific Energy Absorption of the electromagnetic radiation was measured to determine the total energy absorbed it was found that absorbtion of these waves caused microscopic damage in the form of "tiny bubbles" on the lens surface. The researchers speculate that the mechanism responsible is microscopic friction between particular cells that have been exposed to electromagnetic radiation. The worst part is that this damage did not show any signs of healing and continued to accumulate throughout the experiment.

For now, we should all use hands free headsets when we use our phones -- and just be careful and aware.

For more info check out these articles:

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Technology Trends

Security Tips of the Week

Yes, this week there are multiple -- it been a big week in security news.

Spam, Worms, and Spyware Flourish this quarter.

While most businesses consider data security a top priority, a report issued on July 25 said that no relief is in sight. New security vulnerabilities are 20% higher this quarter than this time last year and that they have not been controlled by patches. Most of these are allowing computers to be taken over by a remote, unauthorized user.

What to do now? Get an analysis of your network so that you know where your vulnerabilities are. This analysis must be done by a reputable software engineering firm. It must include a detailed printed report on what they found and they must be willing discuss how you can go about resolving these vulnerabilities. This is not a simple scan of your network but a detailed review of your network operations.

The ultimate solution is better software engineering -- a 10-20 year wait.

FDIC urges banks to guard against spyware

The FDIC urged banks to enhance their protections against spyware amid the growing stream of reported incidents of the theft or exposure of personal customer data.

Hackers Skip Windows to Embed New Infections

Cisco 'Cover Up' Ignites Black Hat Controversy