Microsoft won the browser wars of the late 1990s, but
the Mozilla foundation
a non-profit open-source software group, is attacking back with it’s highly successful
Nigel McFarlane, author of Firefox Hacks published by
, joins the Geeks for a
detailed discussion of the free Firefox web browser
Going solar for your home has benefits and some drawbacks.
On this show the Geeks talk with Home Solar expert Andy Black about how your
home can harness the sun.
Given the now famous "Moore’s
Law":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore’s_Law you would expect that the processor industry is a place of dynamic change.
On this show we talk with Kevin Krewell, Editor in Chief of
all about the current state and near future of the microprocessor, the brain of the computer.
On Monday Adobe
Creative Suite 2
containing the new "Photoshop
CS2":http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/, or for those of us with a longer then 2 year memory, Photoshop 9. On this show we speak
with Kevin Connor, director of product management for Adobe’s professional
digital imaging products, or for those of us with a non-marketing mind, the Photoshop guy.
The more our lives revolve around the great digital toys we have (video cameras, still cameras and
music players), the more digital data we have and, therefore, the more storage we require.For our disscussion of Network Attached Storage the Geeks are joined by Sam Feng
from Infrant Technologies
, the makers of ReadyNAS Network
Atached Storage solutions.