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October 21, 2014
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Watch Episode 371 Live:
Tuesday October 28thCo-Host: Sasha Dirmeitis
Tuesday November 4thCo-Host: Christa Wells
Episode 372 - Ubuntu MATE
Join Martin Wimpress, the developer of Ubuntu MATE, as he and Robbie discuss the Linux distro that bound to make some serious waves amongst old-school Linux users.
Saturday November 8thStudio D Open House
Tuesday November 11thEpisode 373
Tuesday November 18thEpisode 374 - Chameleon Data Encryption for Windows
Keep your private files private with Chameleon as we review this physical key data encryption device for Microsoft Windows.
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Top 10 Countries
|United States - 48.7%|
|China - 10.6%|
|United Kingdom - 4.7%|
|Canada - 4.4%|
|Germany - 3.7%|
|France - 2.4%|
|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of - 1.8%|
|Brazil - 1.7%|
|Netherlands - 1.6%|
|Russian Federation - 1.6%|
Building an eCommerce Store with Free Tools
Robbie demonstrates how to build your own eCommerce store using freely available software. The applications used and the skills learned transcend to clothing stores, software stores, magazine shops, merchandise stores, arts and crafts, or whatever it is you want to sell.
Video Services For the Nostalgic
Robbie and Hillary take you back in time and give you access to some nostalgic video programming. From TV shows in the 80s, to music videos in the 90s. Don't miss this trip through time as we give you the tools to travel back in video time.
Windows 10 [Non]Technical Preview
Robbie and Bailey boot up the Windows 10 tech preview DVD and install the OS with only a few issues out the gate. Microsoft skips over Windows 9 and brings back the start menu in their upcoming OS.