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Learn about technologies such as desktop virtualization (VDI), server virtualization, application virtualization, Terminal Services, Cloud Computing, application deployment, application management, performance monitoring, and server-based computing from vendors such as Citrix XenApp, VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V, Symantec, Ericom, DataCore, Quest, and many more! DABCC Radio is hosted by Douglas Brown, Microsoft MVP, Citrix CTP, VMware vEXPERT, and founder of www.dabcc.com.
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Jack Webb's Dragnet was a pioneering police The description you're about to read is true...In March, 2007, Adam Graham began his journey through all existing episodes of the Dragnet radio show and has been going ever since. Each week he serves up a new episode served along with listener feedback and idiosyncratic every man commentary. Also, every month a public domain episode of the 1950s Dragnet TV show is posted.
By Adam Graham
Hosts Ryan Wallace and Will Marchino attempt to steal some of the limelight from major collegiate sports and give small sports, specifically at the University of Iowa, a little more attention. Tune into KRUI 89.7 FM Iowa City Every Thursday from 6-7 . If you have any trouble viewing this page or would like to contact Will or Ryan, email us FromTheCheapSeats@gmail.com
By Ryan Wallace & Will Marchino
A show about geeks, by geeks, for geeks. This Week in Geek covers everything you need, from comics, games, movies, music and TV! Join the TWiG crew as they walk you through the latest happenings in the world of geekdom. Give the guys some feedback at email@example.com and check out their website for more exclusive content, including reviews, interviews, giveaways and more! www.thisweekingeek.net
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Won't you join me, Gerard Armbruster, as every week we take a wrong turn off life's interstate, and discover the straight story about the bend in the road, where nestle the small towns with big characters, to tug on the common thread that unravels the hand-me-down sweater of our national zeitgeist, and extrudes the truths of our lives. Perennial favorite: Postcard from Battersea, with Stetson Tudd.
By Gerard Armbruster and Stetson Tudd