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Last update: 2009-09-02

EPISODE16 - Just-Use-Linux.com

2009-09-02 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 1s

Get ready for a new show! This time we are giving out all the secrets of Linux!…

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EPISODE15 - Ultumix Computer Show (back again)

2009-03-22 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 1s

Back Again. After a long break we are back on air again.…

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EPISODE14 - Ultumix Computer Show (Qwest Fails)

2008-10-20 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 1s

Qwest troddles my bandwidth just like Comcast does for Shawn. So today we are going to get it fixed because we are fed up! You are welcome to call in and comment to them.…

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EPISODE13 - Ultumix Computer Show (Comcast's Revenge)

2008-10-15 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 32s

Shawn from Florida get's ripped off by Comcast Internet and we conference call their corporate office.…

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EPISODE 8 - Ultumix Computer Show

2008-08-30 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 35s

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EPISODE6 - Ultumix Computer Show

2008-07-12 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 2s

Ultumix GNU/Linux, USA COMPUTER TECH Computer Rescue, Windows, Mac, Linux, ect.…

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EPISODE5 - Ultumix Computer Show

2008-07-05 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 2s

You can call in and ask Justin Breithaupt about Computers. Subjects will include GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Macintosh, hardware, Viruses, Security, Internet, ect. Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 20068…

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EPISODE3 - Ultumix Computer Show

2008-06-21 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 1s

You can call in and ask Justin Breithaupt about Computers. Subjects will include GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Macintosh, hardware, Viruses, Security, Internet, ect. Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 20068…

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EPISODE2 - Ultumix Computer Show

2008-06-14 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 2s

You can call in and ask Justin Breithaupt about Computers. Subjects will include GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Macintosh, hardware, Viruses, Security, Internet, ect. Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 20068…

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EPISODE1 - Ultumix Computer Show

2008-06-07 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 2s

The latest computer news from different sources like ZDnet and the upcoming 0.1.7.7 Later in the show we will be accepting phone calls with your questions, concerns, or comments. Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 20068 Then press # and 1 and # Press 8 to talk.…

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Live Music Online Free and Open Source

2008-06-02 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 33s

Just free music.…

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EPISODE2 - Direct Effect Live

2008-06-02 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 36s

Microsoft's "Project Longhorn" (invasion of privacy) DVD Videos that self destruct. Some open source music.…

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EPISODE1 - Direct Effect Live.com

2008-06-01 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 8s

Net Every significant Internet provider around the globe is currently in talks with access and content providers to transform the internet into a television-like medium: no more freedom, you pay for a small commercial package of sites you can visit and you'll have to pay for separate subscriptions for every site that's not in the package. Almost all smaller websites/services will disappear over time and multinationals who are used to using big budgets to brute force their content into every media outlet will finally be able to approach the internet in the same way. This well-known illustration of why we need net neutrality turns out to be very close to the truth: What can we do? Internet providers have realized that the only way to not lose massive amounts of customers over this is to make sure there are no alternatives, that's why all major Internet providers are currently making agreements and planning to switch simultaneously somewhere in the year 2012. This is currently all going on under very strict NDA's (Non-Disclosure Agreements) because the last thing they want is the masses speaking out against it. We were able to uncover this information because we have been well-known net neutrality activists for longer than a year now and over time have we've gotten in contact with many high-profile industry insiders. We will continue our activism and the I Power website serves as a platform for joining forces, sharing ideas and spreading awareness. It's our responsibility to spread the word, use any sort of political or media contacts you may know. The more awareness there is, the more impossible it'll be for Internet providers to make this switch. Let's make sure that by 2012, ISP's won't even dare think about doing anything that goes against the principles of net neutrality. More info... Net neutrality has been a much debated issue for several years now and there have been many lawsuits in cases where an Internet provider blocked access to a certain competitor's site or simply crippled download speeds on services that they felt were using up too much of their bandwidth. But this new information that has now been confirmed by inside sources from major ISP's and content providers gives us a far bleaker vision of what the future of Internet freedom will look like if we don't take action in every way we can. Why is this happening? The entire media and marketing industry is losing its grip on the upcoming generations of Internet-minded consumers. Statistics show that traditional media is losing popularity as the Internet continues to grow drastically every year. And the Internet is a completely different place: consumers aren't passive any more and advertisements don't have the same psychological effect they normally have on television. Internet users are very active and focused: they only go to the sites and services they want, and with an infinite amount of alternatives, users simply switch to something else if one service becomes too commercialized with annoying advertisements.With this in mind, it's no surprise that the past 6 years the industry has secretly been planning a 'take-over' to secure the Internet as a purely commercial playground. Spread The Word But there is hope... More and more people are becoming aware of the importance of net neutrality and now that we have uncovered what the industries have been plotting, it's not just about big corporations forming shady agreements, it's about what they will say to their users who will demand an explanation from their providers on what will happen to their access in 2012. As long as there are alternatives, we can pressure those providers who admit to being against net neutrality and favor those who take a stand and choose to give their users their freedom even after 2012. We can keep pushing for net neutrality laws and we can start spreading awareness on a massive scale to make sure that ISP's think twice before signing anything that'll go against the freedom that made the Internet into the important open medium that it is today. It's our responsibility, spread the word and use any sort of political or media contacts you may know. Let's make sure that by 2012, ISP's won't even dare think about doing anything that goes against the principles of net neutrality. For more information: Mail the I Power team at ipower@movielol.org For media inquiries or urgent issues: Telephone: +32 (0) 496 93 90 44 Skype: reese015…

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Welcome to the Ultumix Computer Radio Show!

2008-05-30 :: admin@mindblowingidea.com
Length: 2s

I would like to welcome you all to the Ultumix Computer Radio Show and and explain how you can join. :)…

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Just-Use-Linux.com We will be discussing computers, JULinux, GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Mac, etc and taking calls. Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 20068# Dial 1 and # Press T or the number 8 to talk. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com

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