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Pre-Empted by our "Team" The World Champion Boston Red Sox

This show was to air on March 11 -- We have been pre-empted by a number of early spring games -- but NOW we are back!

Show Synopsis

This week Craig will interview a number of experts on how and why we must protect our kids while they are on the Internet.

This Weeks Guests!

12:34-12:46 - John Carosella from Blue Coat Systems will join Craig to talk about how Blue Protects Companies with their Software products but why they give it away for Home Use. To Download their security software for free for HOME use Click Here

12:48-12:58 - Rory Halperin from Child Magazine joins Craig to discuss why you must keep your kids online but protected. They have a special section of their website devoted to Media and Technology. Click here to reach it.

1:34-1:46 - Katie Kimple from Boys and Girls Clubs of America will join Craig to discuss what Programs they have that help kids use the internet wisely.

1:48-1:46 - Kasey Sellati from Spectorsoft will join Craig to discuss the popularity of webblog sites such as MySpace and Friends Re-United and why you must know where your kids are going and what they are doing and how their software will help.

2:06-2:22 - Jean O'Neil from the National Crime Prevention Council will join Craig to discuss the crimes that occur daily on the Internet.

2:34-2:46 - Andy Walker an Author of a website called Cyberwalker has tons of information on how to protect and fix your computer.