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  4.  <title>The Great Lakes Geek Show</title>
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  6.  <description>The Great Lakes Geek discusses important concepts and interviews leading business and technology experts from Cleveland and around the world - all in an informative but fun format.</description>
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  11.   <title>Cleveland Rock promotions - Rock Hall of Fame</title>
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  13.   <description>Joel Peresman, President of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Foundation says from the moment a visitor gets off a plane in the airport they should be immersed in Cleveland Rocks promotions.</description>
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  18.   <title>Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Walk of Fame</title>
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  20.   <description>Terry Stewart, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum tells of the new Walk of Fame where plaques of the 270 inductees will be placed throughout downtown Cleveland.</description>
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  22.   <pubDate>Mon, 19 Mar 2012 19:49:03 GMT</pubDate>
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  25.   <title>Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - Economic Boom</title>
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  27.   <description>Terry Stewart, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum tells of the economic boom the Rock Hall’s millions of visitors have brought to Cleveland.</description>
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  29.   <pubDate>Mon, 19 Mar 2012 19:48:05 GMT</pubDate>
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  32.   <title>Rock and Roll Hall of FameInductions - The Selection Process</title>
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  34.   <description>Terry Stewart, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Joel Peresman, President of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation explain the selection criteria and process for the Rock Hall.</description>
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  36.   <pubDate>Mon, 19 Mar 2012 19:47:04 GMT</pubDate>
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  39.   <title>Tech Pioneers lost in 2011</title>
  40.   <link></link>
  41.   <description>Most people will remember 2011 as the year that Steve Jobs died.  And that is fitting.  But we lost many other tech pioneers in 2011 and without some of them, there would have been no Apple or Microsoft or PC industry as we know it.</description>
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  43.   <pubDate>Mon, 09 Jan 2012 17:35:57 GMT</pubDate>
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  46.   <title>What bright students are studying (Hint, it's not STEM)</title>
  47.   <link></link>
  48.   <description>We all know that the US is lagging in producing students in STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – disciplines.  This will lead to a huge competitive disadvantage in the global marketplace. So what are the bright kids choosing to study?</description>
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  50.   <pubDate>Sun, 04 Dec 2011 16:31:45 GMT</pubDate>
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  53.   <title>Pepper Pike Mayor Bruce Akers - Merging Suburbs</title>
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  55.   <description>Pepper Pike Mayor Bruce Akers tells how their plans for merging 4 suburbs into one have been evolving over the years.  They already share school and other service which shows they can work together.  The increasing cost of government makes it important.</description>
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  57.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Oct 2011 19:25:06 GMT</pubDate>
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  60.   <title>Orange Mayor Kathy Mulcahy - Merging Suburbs</title>
  61.   <link></link>
  62.   <description>Orange Mayor Kathy Mulcahy tells how the merger discussions began with input from CSU and Baldwin-Wallace.  The results of that study led to talks of a merger of the suburbs.</description>
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  64.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Oct 2011 19:24:03 GMT</pubDate>
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  67.   <title>Woodmere Mayor Charles Smith - Merging Suburbs</title>
  68.   <link></link>
  69.   <description>Woodmere Mayor Charles Smith gives his impressions about a possible merger of his suburb with 3 other eastern suburbs.</description>
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  71.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Oct 2011 19:23:25 GMT</pubDate>
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  74.   <title>Dysfunctional Growth in local government spending</title>
  75.   <link></link>
  76.   <description>Pepper Pike Mayor Bruce Akers quotes statistics showing 70% growth in local government spending and calls it a dysfunctional situation.</description>
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  78.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Oct 2011 19:22:44 GMT</pubDate>
  79.  </item>
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  81.   <title>How Global Cleveland is working with grassroots groups</title>
  82.   <link></link>
  83.   <description>Forest City’s Albert Ratner answered a question from the audience as to how Global Cleveland is working with the grassroots groups in the community.</description>
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  85.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 22:25:12 GMT</pubDate>
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  88.   <title>Forest City’s Albert Ratner - 3 ideas to grow Cleveland</title>
  89.   <link></link>
  90.   <description>Forest City’s Albert Ratner offered 3 ideas to grow Cleveland.  They concerned senior citizens, the movie industry and the foreclosure crisis.</description>
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  92.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 22:23:48 GMT</pubDate>
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  95.   <title>Cleveland’s best year and why – Forest City’s Albert Ratner</title>
  96.   <link></link>
  97.   <description>Forest City’s Albert Ratner said 1904 was Cleveland’s best year because the great business community began to develop.  As they left a vacuum was created and Cleveland suffered.  It’s all about leadership.</description>
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  99.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 22:22:52 GMT</pubDate>
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  102.   <title>CWRU Prez &amp; Forest City Chair on how to Globalize Cleveland</title>
  103.   <link></link>
  104.   <description>Forest City’s Albert Ratner and CWRU President Barbara Snyder discuss how to Globalize Cleveland.  Ratner said we need more people – of all kinds.  Snyder touted the percentage of international students at Case.</description>
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  106.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 22:21:38 GMT</pubDate>
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  109.   <title>Hewlett Packard and the Cleveland Browns</title>
  110.   <link></link>
  111.   <description>Turnover at the top is often indicative of poor records.  Just ask the Cleveland Browns.  Is this what Hewlett Packard, with yet another CEO change has in its future?</description>
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  113.   <pubDate>Mon, 10 Oct 2011 00:52:30 GMT</pubDate>
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  116.   <title>PC User Groups and 9/11</title>
  117.   <link></link>
  118.   <description>Computer user groups stepped up when needed on 9/11 just as they do every day in their own communities.</description>
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  120.   <pubDate>Fri, 09 Sep 2011 23:01:24 GMT</pubDate>
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  123.   <title>Steve Jobs and HP - What a week!</title>
  124.   <link></link>
  125.   <description>First there was Hewlett-Packard announcing their plans for a dramatic business realignment which includes its intention to get out of the PC business.  Then there was the news that Steve Jobs was stepping down as CEO of Apple Computer, presumably for health reasons.</description>
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  127.   <pubDate>Sat, 27 Aug 2011 19:22:27 GMT</pubDate>
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  130.   <title>The IBM PC turns 30</title>
  131.   <link></link>
  132.   <description>The blessing of IBM transformed the PC from a hobbyist’s machine into a business machine. Soon offices all over the country would have IBM PCs on their desk, often with a screen burn in of the rows and columns of a Lotus 123 spreadsheet on the green or amber monitor. The Great Lakes Geek reflects back.</description>
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  134.   <pubDate>Wed, 17 Aug 2011 23:06:25 GMT</pubDate>
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  137.   <title>MS-DOS turns 30 - remember CP/M?</title>
  138.   <link></link>
  139.   <description>Last week MS-DOS turned 30 years old.  Back then CP/M was the standard but for various reasons, Microsoft’s $50,000 purchase of Q-DOS became the standard for IBM PCs and the rest is history.</description>
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  141.   <pubDate>Sun, 07 Aug 2011 20:51:12 GMT</pubDate>
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  144.   <title>The Great Lakes Go Global</title>
  145.   <link></link>
  146.   <description>Many Great Lakes cities have dwindling populations, high unemployment and a rust belt perception.  One of the ways that cities have been able to increase population, job creation and vitality is by attracting immigrants.  But this is a very competitive arena that requires a sense of urgency. </description>
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  148.   <pubDate>Sun, 24 Jul 2011 23:54:53 GMT</pubDate>
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  151.   <title>IBM at 100</title>
  152.   <link></link>
  153.   <description>How does a technology company last over 100 years?  It’s a terrific feat accomplished by IBM who brought us the System 360, IBM PC, Fortran, UPC barcode, floppy disk, AS/400 and much more.</description>
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  155.   <pubDate>Sat, 09 Jul 2011 18:50:15 GMT</pubDate>
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  158.   <title>New International Business space in Cleveland</title>
  159.   <link></link>
  160.   <description>Immigrant entrepreneur Radhika Reddy talks about the business opportunities at the new global center she is creating in Cleveland Ohio.</description>
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  162.   <pubDate>Sat, 18 Jun 2011 14:13:29 GMT</pubDate>
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  165.   <title>Microsoft buys Skype - Why?</title>
  166.   <link></link>
  167.   <description>What’s really behind Microsoft’s purchase of Skype?  And will consumers pay for Skype’s services?</description>
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  169.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 May 2011 00:55:50 GMT</pubDate>
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  172.   <title>Free MIT Education?</title>
  173.   <link></link>
  174.   <description>Most of us will never be able to attend MIT and take classes there.  But there is a program called MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) which is a web-based publication of virtually (pun intended) all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to anyone in the world.  Check it out.</description>
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  176.   <pubDate>Sun, 24 Apr 2011 01:11:46 GMT</pubDate>
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  179.   <title>Flipped off by Cisco</title>
  180.   <link></link>
  181.   <description>Cisco is killing the Flip video camera line.  Here’s why their $590 million investment in this popular product failed.</description>
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  183.   <pubDate>Sat, 16 Apr 2011 14:43:20 GMT</pubDate>
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  186.   <title>The Cloud for Non-techies</title>
  187.   <link></link>
  188.   <description>Lately I’ve been hearing people butcher the term - The Cloud, and related phrases like Private and Public Cloud.  The Cloud will mean different things to different people but here's an easy way to explain Public and Private Clouds.</description>
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  190.   <pubDate>Sun, 03 Apr 2011 20:11:21 GMT</pubDate>
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  193.   <title>Friends don't let friends run IE 6</title>
  194.   <link></link>
  195.   <description>Internet Explorer 6 is a ten year old product that has become insecure in the modern web world.  The Great Lakes Geek is joining the effort to get people to upgrade to a more modern, secure browser.  After all, friends don’t let friends run IE6.</description>
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  197.   <pubDate>Mon, 21 Mar 2011 19:18:04 GMT</pubDate>
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  200.   <title>Pi Day is March 14</title>
  201.   <link></link>
  202.   <description>March 14th is Pi Day because it is 3-14 and Pi, of course, begins with 3.14159265...Pi has amazing properties and fun facts associated with it but is also extremely useful in math, science and engineering.</description>
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  204.   <pubDate>Sat, 12 Mar 2011 16:57:29 GMT</pubDate>
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  207.   <title>Real Web Developers are Programmers</title>
  208.   <link></link>
  209.   <description>There seems to be a lack of true programmers in the current Internet-centric scene.  You need real back end developers besides the pretty front end stuff.   And I don’t care if you use the LAMP stack or Microsoft’s platform or what – but you’ve got to be able to program, not just rearrange components from a library or tweak prewritten templates in order to be a true web developer.</description>
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  211.   <pubDate>Sun, 27 Feb 2011 01:45:48 GMT</pubDate>
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  214.   <title>Supercomputers, Monty Python and Jeopardy</title>
  215.   <link></link>
  216.   <description>What does a classic comedy skit from Monty Python have to do with artificial intelligence and an IBM supercomputer?  Jeopardy contestants would know.</description>
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  218.   <pubDate>Fri, 18 Feb 2011 20:58:28 GMT</pubDate>
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  221.   <title>Least interesting day of the century</title>
  222.   <link></link>
  223.   <description>A computer program determined that April 11, 1954 was the least interesting day of the last century.  That reminded the Great Lakes Geek about a classic math puzzle.</description>
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  225.   <pubDate>Thu, 10 Feb 2011 17:09:10 GMT</pubDate>
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  228.   <title>When the Internet os shut down</title>
  229.   <link></link>
  230.   <description>When Egypt pulled the plug on January 28, 2011 it was historic.  How prepared are we to do business should a disaster happen?  We are increasingly dependent on mobile connectivity and cloud-based software, apps and traditional, and data storage.  What happens if the lights go out or the Net goes down?</description>
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  232.   <pubDate>Tue, 01 Feb 2011 01:12:20 GMT</pubDate>
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  235.   <title>Bye Bye CD-ROMs - deja vu all over again</title>
  236.   <link></link>
  237.   <description>SONY is closing one of its two remaining CD-ROM plants. Future generations will have a difficult time in learning about our society because of the various outdated media they will discover – all requiring a special device to read the data.  You need to refresh your important data to new and current media.</description>
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  239.   <pubDate>Sat, 22 Jan 2011 19:17:22 GMT</pubDate>
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  242.   <title>Geeks and Cooking</title>
  243.   <link></link>
  244.   <description>What is it with geeks and cooking lately?  We used to be content with over-caffeinated beverages or beer and pizza. Now I am faced with a book called Cooking for Geeks, caffeinated quality marshmallows and an iGrill Bluetooth cooking thermometer.</description>
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  246.   <pubDate>Sun, 16 Jan 2011 23:36:20 GMT</pubDate>
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  249.   <title>Las Vegas tech shows after 9/11</title>
  250.   <link></link>
  251.   <description>I didn’t make it to Vegas for CES this year but when I see the ubiquitous news blurbs about the crowds and new gadgets I can’t help but remember that one trip in 2001 when several thousand of us sat in the hall with one eye watching Bill Gates and the other looking for the nearest emergency exit.</description>
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  253.   <pubDate>Mon, 10 Jan 2011 00:54:05 GMT</pubDate>
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  255.  <item>
  256.   <title>One minute with the Great Lakes Geek</title>
  257.   <link></link>
  258.   <description>2010 sure was an interesting year in the tech, science and business worlds that the Great Lakes Geek lives in.In fact, it was hard to keep up with it all.  I have stacks of paper and gigabytes of digital content to consume and I may never catch up.
  259. &lt;br>You are probably in the same boat.  So in 2011 we are going to add to our lengthier podcasts and video casts with a quickie weekly podcast.  
  260. &lt;br>If you have a minute (maybe 90 seconds tops) listen in each week.
  261. &lt;br></description>
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  263.   <pubDate>Mon, 03 Jan 2011 20:03:01 GMT</pubDate>
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  266.   <title>Steve Tobacman discusses Global Detroit</title>
  267.   <link></link>
  268.   <description>Steve Tobocman, former majority floor leader of the Michigan House of Representatives,  has been spearheading Global Detroit, an initiative to grow southeast Michigan’s economy by attracting and retaining global talent and investment</description>
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  270.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Oct 2010 16:57:30 GMT</pubDate>
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  273.   <title>Richard Herman discusses Global Cleveland</title>
  274.   <link></link>
  275.   <description>Richard Herman, author of “Immigrant, Inc.” and co-chair of the Ohio Chapter of TiE. discusses Global Cleveland immigrant attraction efforts</description>
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  277.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Oct 2010 16:56:43 GMT</pubDate>
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  280.   <title>Audrey Russo discusses Global Pittsburgh</title>
  281.   <link></link>
  282.   <description>Audrey Russo, president and chief executive officer of the Pittsburgh Technology Council discusses Global Pittsburgh efforts</description>
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  284.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Oct 2010 16:55:38 GMT</pubDate>
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  287.   <title>Immigrant students study STEM and get degrees</title>
  288.   <link></link>
  289.   <description>In Michigan, the foreign born are 3 times as likely to be in STEM (science, tech, engineering and math) as non-immigrant population.  Richard Herman discusses international students in the Great Lakes region.</description>
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  291.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Oct 2010 16:54:46 GMT</pubDate>
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  294.   <title>Education attainment level of foreign born  in the Great Lakes region</title>
  295.   <link></link>
  296.   <description>John Austin of the Brookings Institute discusses the Education attainment level of foreign born  in the Great Lakes region</description>
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  298.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Oct 2010 16:53:35 GMT</pubDate>
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  301.   <title>Collaboration in the Great Lakes region for immigrant talent</title>
  302.   <link></link>
  303.   <description>Collaboration in the Great Lakes region to compete with other regions for highly skilled immigrant talent – the Great Lakes initiative.</description>
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  305.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Oct 2010 16:52:23 GMT</pubDate>
  306.  </item>
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  308.   <title>Web Development for mobile devices and taking care of the customer</title>
  309.   <link></link>
  310.   <description>Dave Skorepa and Josh Brown from web development firm Aztek ( talk about developing for mobile and smart devices and share some thoughts from some of their latest work.</description>
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  312.   <pubDate>Tue, 05 Oct 2010 19:53:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  314.  <item>
  315.   <title>New web developer tools and strategies</title>
  316.   <link></link>
  317.   <description>Dave Skorepa and Josh Brown from web development firm Aztek  ( talk about new browsers, new HTML 5 features, plugins, JavaScript, JQuery, Flash and what it means for web developers and end users.</description>
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  319.   <pubDate>Sat, 11 Sep 2010 00:51:41 GMT</pubDate>
  320.  </item>
  321.  <item>
  322.   <title>HTML, XHTML and now HTML 5</title>
  323.   <link></link>
  324.   <description>Dave Skorepa and Josh Brown from web development firm Aztek ( tell Dan Hanson, the Great Lakes Geek, how HTML has evolved to include XML and what HTML 5 will offer. </description>
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  326.   <pubDate>Wed, 18 Aug 2010 00:12:54 GMT</pubDate>
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  329.   <title>The state of manufacturing in Cleveland, Northeast Ohio and the US.</title>
  330.   <link></link>
  331.   <description>The CEOs of Lincoln Electric, Cardinal Fastener and MAGNET weigh in on the current state of manufacturing in Cleveland, Northeast Ohio and the US.</description>
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  333.   <pubDate>Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:25:50 GMT</pubDate>
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  336.   <title>Can US manufacturers find the skilled labor they need?</title>
  337.   <link></link>
  338.   <description>Lincoln Electric CEO John Stropki and MAGNET CEO Dan Berry talk about the demand for skilled labor and what is being done about it.</description>
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  340.   <pubDate>Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:25:04 GMT</pubDate>
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  343.   <title>No layoffs at Lincoln Electric in over 70 years</title>
  344.   <link></link>
  345.   <description>Many have heard of the incredible no layoff policy at Lincoln Electric.  How do they do that?  Lincoln Electric CEO John Stropki confirms that they have not had a layoff in their Cleveland company in over 70 years.  This has let them keep good workers during downturns and made the workers extremely loyal.</description>
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  347.   <pubDate>Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:23:36 GMT</pubDate>
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  350.   <title>Renewable and alternative energy and manufacturing</title>
  351.   <link></link>
  352.   <description>Lincoln Electric CEO John Stropki says that in order to be competitive long term, we need a sustainable , competitive energy policy.</description>
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  354.   <pubDate>Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:22:54 GMT</pubDate>
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  357.   <title>The Carbon Tax and manufacturing</title>
  358.   <link></link>
  359.   <description>Lincoln Electric CEO John Stropki says “The carbon tax format that’s in place now will not be of good benefit to manufacturers. “  and “The environment is a global environment.”  China is installing one new coal fire power plant every week.</description>
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  361.   <pubDate>Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:22:06 GMT</pubDate>
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  364.   <title>Lack of Enginners in the US hurting manufacturing</title>
  365.   <link></link>
  366.   <description>Lincoln Electric CEO John Stropki says the concerns about lack of engineers and difficulty of foreign students coming to our engineering schools and staying in the US are valid.  We have the laws in place already but they are not being made accessible.</description>
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  368.   <pubDate>Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:21:18 GMT</pubDate>
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  371.   <title>Cascading Style Sheets and CSS 3 with the pros from Aztek</title>
  372.   <link></link>
  373.   <description>It's Dave Skorepa's job to keep current on the latest web technologies and innovations so he can incorporate them in the designs Aztek creates for their customers. So he was a no-brainer choice to ask about what's new in the web world like HTML 5, CSS, jQuery, mobile development and the like.  In this podcast he and Josh brown talk about Cascading Style Sheets and CSS 3 </description>
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  375.   <pubDate>Sat, 31 Jul 2010 22:59:19 GMT</pubDate>
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  378.   <title>Ronald Berkman, President of Cleveland State University</title>
  379.   <link></link>
  380.   <description>Did you hear about the superstar who left Miami and came to Cleveland?  No, I don’t mean LeBron James and have it backwards. Dr. Berkman left Miami and is now the president of Cleveland State University. In this podcast he comments about Cleveland being friendly to intellectuals.</description>
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  382.   <pubDate>Mon, 19 Jul 2010 16:29:41 GMT</pubDate>
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  385.   <title>BACtrack personal breathalyzer - Geek review</title>
  386.   <link></link>
  387.   <description>BACtrack is a personal breathalyzer that quickly estimates your blood alcohol content (BAC).  The Great Lakes Geek reviewed the unit to see if and how technology can keep you and others safer after having a drink or two.</description>
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  389.   <pubDate>Tue, 06 Jul 2010 16:20:10 GMT</pubDate>
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  392.   <title>Microsoft's Matt Hester talks Windows Server 2008 R2</title>
  393.   <link></link>
  394.   <description>In his role as IT Pro evangelist with Microsoft, Matt Hester gets to &quot;play with&quot; the latest technologies and become an expert in them. He's always been a great presenter but now he is also a published book author with a book on Windows Server 2008 R2.  This vidcast covers Server 2008 R2</description>
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  396.   <pubDate>Tue, 08 Jun 2010 00:48:14 GMT</pubDate>
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  399.   <title>NEOSA's Brad Nellis talks Cool Tech</title>
  400.   <link></link>
  401.   <description>Brad Nellis, president of NEOSA, talks about the Northeast Ohio Best of Tech 2010 Awards focusing on the CoolTech Challenge which rewards high school students for their web site development.  </description>
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  403.   <pubDate>Fri, 21 May 2010 17:51:41 GMT</pubDate>
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  406.   <title>Howard Rheingold and Social Communities in Education</title>
  407.   <link></link>
  408.   <description>Howard Rheingold coined the phrase “Virtual Communities” in an article he wrote in 1987 – way before Facebook or MySpace were even dreamed about.  He is now using social media techniques in education with his Social Media Classroom project at Berkeley and Stanford.  Hear his thoughts on digital natives and social media from a CWRU keynote.</description>
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  410.   <pubDate>Sat, 15 May 2010 16:48:39 GMT</pubDate>
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  413.   <title>OverDrive founder on the eBooks space</title>
  414.   <link></link>
  415.   <description>Steve Potash has been working in the eBook space since the mid-1980’s.  Now OverDrive is one of the world’s most important companies in the world of eBooks, audio books and more.  In this podcast, Steve brings us up to date about OverDrive, Digital Rights Management (DRM) and talks about how the Amazon Kindle (and then smartphones, the iPad, etc) have changed things.
  416. &lt;br></description>
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  418.   <pubDate>Fri, 30 Apr 2010 23:54:13 GMT</pubDate>
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  421.   <title>NEOSA founder Jim Cookinham with Apple iPad</title>
  422.   <link></link>
  423.   <description>NEOSA founder Jim Cookinham has always been an early adopter.  He was one of those who got his Apple iPad on the first day it was available.  Jim shares his experiences with the new device in this tour of his iPad.</description>
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  425.   <pubDate>Sat, 10 Apr 2010 15:39:25 GMT</pubDate>
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  428.   <title>Top Tech Titans in Cleveland and NE Ohio</title>
  429.   <link></link>
  430.   <description>So how do you come up with a list of the Top Tech Titans in Town? That's what I did for my March column in Inside Business magazine. The January issue listed the most powerful Business people in town and I thought Tech needed its own list. Hear the rationale behind some of the selections and the categories.  By popular request I also publish the Top Ten in the the popular vote. And I include the Up and Comers category which got cut from the magazine version.</description>
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  432.   <pubDate>Sun, 07 Mar 2010 18:08:38 GMT</pubDate>
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  434.  <item>
  435.   <title>Leverage your business assets or leverage someone else’s</title>
  436.   <link></link>
  437.   <description>Jeff Wood says you have 3 choices in business.  You can do tasks in house yourself, outsource to a 3rd party or in-source, that is, become a resource for your client’s outsourcing. Wood’s IMT chose the 3rd option and provided numerous services for the food and beverage industry.  The examples and lessons learned will apply to any business.</description>
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  439.   <pubDate>Sun, 28 Feb 2010 20:38:26 GMT</pubDate>
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  442.   <title>Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert</title>
  443.   <link></link>
  444.   <description>Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was asked about LeBron James moving to New York to get more media and endorsements.  Gilbert calls it New York silliness.  This is just one of several short podcasts from Dan Gilbert.  Hear them all at</description>
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  446.   <pubDate>Fri, 19 Feb 2010 02:18:30 GMT</pubDate>
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  448.  <item>
  449.   <title>IBM CEO Sam Palmisano at Cleveland Clinic</title>
  450.   <link></link>
  451.   <description>In these days of Web 2.0, Google and Twitter it is easy to forget that the largest computer company in the world is Big Blue, IBM. Sam Palmisano was keynote speaker at the annual Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit on October 6, 2009. He used the occasion to introduce IBM's new Personal DNA Sequencer Project. He also spoke about the health care system and the 4 essential qualities of any reliable system.
  452. &lt;br>And IBM knows systems!
  453. &lt;br></description>
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  455.   <pubDate>Sun, 10 Jan 2010 20:45:24 GMT</pubDate>
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  458.   <title>Cleveland Cavaliers and Tsingtao Beer historic agreement</title>
  459.   <link></link>
  460.   <description>Tsingtao Brewery Co. signed a multi-year agreement with the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers to become the exclusive Chinese beer of Quicken Loans Arena.  But it's much more than a simple contract to sell beer.  It's a way to reach the 300 million Chinese who play basketball.</description>
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  462.   <pubDate>Mon, 21 Dec 2009 23:28:58 GMT</pubDate>
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  465.   <title>Billionaire entrepreneur Desh Deshpande on why immigrants succeed</title>
  466.   <link></link>
  467.   <description>Desh Deshpande is a rock star in the serial entrepreneur world. He has created numerous companies and sold them for billions. That's 'billions' with a 'B'. Deshpande was born in India so the Great Lakes Geek asked him why so many immigrant entrepreneurs succeed and what the native born can learn from them. Watch this short video clip for his answer and then start packing!
  468. &lt;br></description>
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  470.   <pubDate>Wed, 02 Dec 2009 01:44:22 GMT</pubDate>
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  473.   <title>Windows 7 - What version? What hardware and how to upgrade</title>
  474.   <link></link>
  475.   <description>What version of Windows 7 should you buy?  What hardware do you need?  Should you get 32-bit or 64-bit?  Is it easy to upgrade?  What about my Windows XP legacy apps?  In the latest in a series of Windows 7 podcasts, Great Lakes Geek Dan Hanson answers these questions and more.</description>
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  477.   <pubDate>Sun, 08 Nov 2009 00:48:19 GMT</pubDate>
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  480.   <title>Networking &amp; Advanced features of Windows 7</title>
  481.   <link></link>
  482.   <description>The advanced networking features, search improvements and tools for administrators and professionals will convince many to upgrade to Windows 7.  In this podcast, Dan Hanson, the Great Lakes Geek and Microsoft MVP, talks about Windows PowerShell, DirectAccess, BranchCache, Bitlocker to Go, Applocker, Libraries and more Windows 7 features.</description>
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  484.   <pubDate>Sat, 31 Oct 2009 23:25:36 GMT</pubDate>
  485.  </item>
  486.  <item>
  487.   <title>Fun stuff in Windows 7 with the Great Lakes Geek</title>
  488.   <link></link>
  489.   <description>Great Lakes Geek Dan Hanson continues his look at Windows 7.  This podcast reveals some of the features that make Windows 7 fun and/or cool.  Some features of the new desktop GUI are an indication of where things are going.  For example, the touch controls of devices like the iPhone are being ported to GUIs on PCs.  Snap, shake and peek – all in Windows 7.</description>
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  491.   <pubDate>Sat, 24 Oct 2009 00:38:35 GMT</pubDate>
  492.  </item>
  493.  <item>
  494.   <title>Great Lakes Geek Dan Hanson on Windows 7</title>
  495.   <link></link>
  496.   <description>Windows 7 launches on October 22.  So is this going to be another version like the troubled Windows ME or Vista or more like the robust and popular Windows 98 and Windows XP? The Great Lakes Geek has been testing Windows 7 for several months and will give you the scoop in a series of podcasts on the new OS. This first podcast deals with the 3 main problem areas of Windows Vista and sees what Windows 7 does to correct them.</description>
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  498.   <pubDate>Mon, 19 Oct 2009 15:56:46 GMT</pubDate>
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  501.   <title>GPS for the lungs shown at Cleveland Clinic Summit</title>
  502.   <link></link>
  503.   <description>Imagine you go to the Doctor and have a routine CT scan.  Thousands of CT scans are done every day.  What if the scan accidentally finds spots on your lungs?  You don’t have any symptoms so the Doctor tells you to go home and forget about it for 3-6 months. Yeah right.  You go home and worry that you have lung cancer.  In 3-6 months you go back, have another scan and the Doctor checks to see if the spots changed or grew.  I saw the inReachTM System from superDimension at the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit this week.  It lets doctors get to those spots without surgery so that the patient can have peace of mind and/or treatment started earlier.  
  504. &lt;br></description>
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  506.   <pubDate>Thu, 08 Oct 2009 23:15:17 GMT</pubDate>
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  509.   <title>Conrad's Tire Express story - and the secret of the whisper</title>
  510.   <link></link>
  511.   <description>The Conrad's Tire Express story is a textbook case of an entrepreneur taking his passion and skills as far as he can and then releasing management duties to a professional who adds structure and growth. We asked about Cash for Clunkers and dealing with China but the real fun comes when Bob Conrad reveals the secret of the famous Conrad’s whisper.</description>
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  513.   <pubDate>Fri, 18 Sep 2009 22:41:24 GMT</pubDate>
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  516.   <title>Online Marketing Strategy with Linda Nawrocki</title>
  517.   <link></link>
  518.   <description>Linda Nawrocki, Director of Internet Strategy at Optiem, gives advice on Creating Your Online Marketing Strategy in a bad economy, a global economy and when the consumer reigns supreme with more options than ever.  Don’t miss her Lance Armstrong example.  GreatLakesGeek.Com</description>
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  520.   <pubDate>Sat, 12 Sep 2009 00:50:06 GMT</pubDate>
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  523.   <title>Marc Canter and the Digital City project</title>
  524.   <link></link>
  525.   <description>Marc Canter, CEO of Broadband Mechanics, is known for his work in Silicon Valley (founder of the company that became Macromedia, for example) and now is in Cleveland Ohio teaching at CWRU and working on his Digital City project. He explains what a Digital City is and how technology, and its use, is evolving.</description>
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  527.   <pubDate>Mon, 07 Sep 2009 14:48:55 GMT</pubDate>
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  530.   <title>Iron Chef Michael Symon talks business</title>
  531.   <link></link>
  532.   <description>Sure, Michael Symon is an award-winning, world renowned Iron Chef. But he is also a successful small businessman who has struggled with the same issues that others in business have. In these two short videos from a COSE Business Conference, Iron Chef Michael Symon tells us the keys to his success and gives advice on how to compete against the big chains.</description>
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  534.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Aug 2009 19:18:18 GMT</pubDate>
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  537.   <title>How Twitter is like a Swiss Army Knife</title>
  538.   <link></link>
  539.   <description>Social Media expert Marc Majers says that Social Media, and Twitter in particular, are like Swiss Army Knives with lots of tools to choose from.  Decide which tool/application to use and focus on that.  You don’t have to use all 20 functions of the platform right away.</description>
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  541.   <pubDate>Sun, 23 Aug 2009 19:01:43 GMT</pubDate>
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  544.   <title>Social network analysis for Social media</title>
  545.   <link></link>
  546.   <description>Twitter and other Social Media have brought us new platforms and opportunities to connect with other people.  The key is to maximize the effectiveness of your connections.  For example, if you just follow people who think exactly like you do, it may feel good to have your views reinforced but do you actually learn anything?  Valdis Krebs is a social network analyst. He has some interesting strategies for maximizing the effectives of your social media relationships.  </description>
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  548.   <pubDate>Fri, 14 Aug 2009 19:55:27 GMT</pubDate>
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  551.   <title>Twitter, Facebook &amp; other Social Media Security concerns</title>
  552.   <link></link>
  553.   <description>Social media is hot.  Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms are surging in popularity.  Such popularity brings out the bad guys who try to exploit and profit from it.  We may not be in a security mindset as much as we need to be when we are using social media because the posts are from our friends – and we trust them.  Social Media Security expert Tom Eston gives advice on staying safe when using social media.</description>
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  555.   <pubDate>Mon, 10 Aug 2009 18:57:58 GMT</pubDate>
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  558.   <title>Ask Cathy Horton about public speaking</title>
  559.   <link></link>
  560.   <description>Jerry Seinfeld jokes that because more people list the fear of public speaking higher than the fear of death, they would prefer to be in the casket rather than giving the eulogy.  Cathy Horton is known for her seemingly effortless public speaking ability.  But is that something people are born with or can that craft be learned and polished like any other?  Let’s ask Cathy</description>
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  562.   <pubDate>Sat, 01 Aug 2009 14:55:35 GMT</pubDate>
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  565.   <title>Using LinkedIn to create real world relationships</title>
  566.   <link></link>
  567.   <description>Why would 1000 or so people come together on a hot July night to spend a few hours with people that they probably have never met?  Networking opportunities of course.  Drew Grdina hosted a meet up for Clevelanders who use the social networking platform LinkedIn.   The large and proactive crowd could be a reflection of the economy or just a reflection of the eagerness of people in NE Ohio to make things happen.   Whatever their reason for attending, these 1000 people are rewriting the rules by using online social media to create real world relationships.</description>
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  569.   <pubDate>Wed, 22 Jul 2009 01:30:05 GMT</pubDate>
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  572.   <title>Social Media and the evolving In Box</title>
  573.   <link></link>
  574.   <description>How many in boxes do you have?  Our guest today has 23 in boxes including one he just discovered on his WII.  So how can a marketing professional ever hope to reach all those in-boxes?  Similarly, 15-20 years ago there were only a handful of ways to reach potential customers – TV, radio, print, etc.  Now there are over 30!  But don’t worry.  Jeff Rohrs knows that this is a crazy time ranging from the evolution of the inbox to new venues in social media.  His expert advice in this podcast will help you decide on a practical strategy to reach your prospects.</description>
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  576.   <pubDate>Wed, 08 Jul 2009 00:15:46 GMT</pubDate>
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  579.   <title>Legal Implications of Socia Media</title>
  580.   <link></link>
  581.   <description>Many of us have been so wrapped up in social media – Linked In, Facebook, Twitter and the like – that we haven’t really considered how they change things from an employer’s perspective.  Can you screen interviewees by what’s on their Facebook page?  Can you ask an employee for their social media password?  In this podcast 2 expert attorneys from Brouse McDowell answer some of the legal questions of social media. </description>
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  583.   <pubDate>Sun, 28 Jun 2009 15:06:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  586.   <title>Ask Cathy - Do past problems hinder employment chances</title>
  587.   <link></link>
  588.   <description>Things happen.  Sometimes circumstances or situations occurred when we were younger that we would handle differently now.  Does that mean that we are forever branded as problems to potential employers?  Is there really such a thing as a permanent record?  Ask Cathy’s answer may surprise you.</description>
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  590.   <pubDate>Sat, 13 Jun 2009 23:21:26 GMT</pubDate>
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  593.   <title>Eat your own Social Media Dogfood</title>
  594.   <link></link>
  595.   <description>Reach for a relationship, not for someone’s wallet.  Be authentic and genuine.  Sound like a Sunday School class?  Nope, it’s some sound business advice from Brad Kleinman.  Brad just completed the 3rd annual eMarketing Techniques Conference in Cleveland and has learned a thing or two about using social media tools for business.  We caught up with Brad Kleinman during the e vent and learned more about the successful show and speakers that focuses on Social Media.  Brad also shared a few of his winning tips for doing business on Facebook.</description>
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  597.   <pubDate>Sun, 31 May 2009 21:24:58 GMT</pubDate>
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  600.   <title>Weave social media strategy into traditional PR</title>
  601.   <link></link>
  602.   <description>Matt Dickman is an expert in both traditional PR and marketing and social media.  Among the excellent advice he offers in this podcast is a challenge.  He says if you are not willing to commit to 2 hours every day in working your social media, don’t even bother.  Take a listen because Matt has the measurable results to back up his claim.</description>
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  604.   <pubDate>Sun, 24 May 2009 16:36:08 GMT</pubDate>
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  607.   <title>Hubspot's Rick Burnes with Inbound eMarketing Tips</title>
  608.   <link></link>
  609.   <description>Rick Burnes, manager of inbound marketing at Hubspot, was the keynote speaker at the 3rd annual eMarketing Techniques Conference in Cleveland.  After the keynote, Rick shared some of his tips and free tools to make your eMarketing work better for you.</description>
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  611.   <pubDate>Sun, 17 May 2009 23:42:35 GMT</pubDate>
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  614.   <title>CollabTech 2009 with CWRU CIO Lev Gonick</title>
  615.   <link></link>
  616.   <description>Having innovative institutions of higher learning in a community has a positive effect on the entire community. When the institution is held in high esteem nationally and globally, as is Case Western Reserve University, the technologies and innovations that they create and attract can tremendously impact a region. Case’s annual CollabTech event featured 3 world-class announcements any one of which would be a feather in the cap of any university.  In this podcast, CASE CIO Lev Gonick discusses the event and these 3 possibly game-changing collaborations.  </description>
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  618.   <pubDate>Sun, 10 May 2009 15:42:14 GMT</pubDate>
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  621.   <title>Twiiter for Business with Jason Therrien</title>
  622.   <link></link>
  623.   <description>There are two kinds of people out there – those who get Twitter and those who don’t.  It’s easy for someone to grasp the usefulness of a social network like LinkedIn or Facebook but a lot of people have a problem understanding the value of frequent 140 character messages on Twitter.  Jason Therrien of Thunder::Tech uses Twitter himself and for his clients as another tool in their marketing and branding kit.  In this podcast, he shares some reasons why you might want to tweet and gives some useful tips.</description>
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  625.   <pubDate>Sat, 02 May 2009 18:51:33 GMT</pubDate>
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  628.   <title>Secure profession options if you're not the college type</title>
  629.   <link></link>
  630.   <description>Successful entrepreneur Cathy Horton answers listener’s questions about business, technology and careers.  What profession, not job, is a secure choice for someone who is not the college type?  Cathy stresses the need for robust technology infrastructure in every business.</description>
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  632.   <pubDate>Sat, 25 Apr 2009 15:06:31 GMT</pubDate>
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  635.   <title>Healthy food at Cleveland Indians games courtesy of Cleveland Clinic</title>
  636.   <link></link>
  637.   <description>Hot dogs, nachos, popcorn and other such foods are common at the ballpark. But they aren't the most healthy food choices you can make.  Until now you didn't have a lot of options if you wanted healthier snacks while watching the Cleveland Indians.  In 2009, you can choose healthy, delicious food items at Progressive Field as the Tribe teams up with Cleveland Clinic.  Go Tribe and pass the Baba ghanoush! </description>
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  639.   <pubDate>Sat, 18 Apr 2009 23:47:56 GMT</pubDate>
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  642.   <title>Steve Forbes and the Employee Free Choice Act</title>
  643.   <link></link>
  644.   <description>No matter what your politics, the secret ballot should be held sacrosanct in the US.  The secret ballot lets people vote how they want without fear of intimidation or retribution.  It’s the American way.  As Steve Forbes says in this podcast, removing secret ballots is “more of a Soviet style way of doing a union election.”
  645. &lt;br>In this snippet from a conference call, Steve Forbes focuses on the two most glaring problems with the Employee Free Choice Act which he calls the Employee Forced Choice Act, the removal of the secret ballot and the binding arbitration clause.</description>
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  647.   <pubDate>Sat, 11 Apr 2009 14:42:49 GMT</pubDate>
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  650.   <title>Cleveland Indians 2009 Season with Bob DiBiasio</title>
  651.   <link></link>
  652.   <description>Finally!  The 2009 baseball season is here!  Cleveland Indians VP Bob DiBiasio tells about the specials and promotions that should make this a terrific season.  The Indians are offering pricing and food options to increase the value to the fans in these tough economic times.  The Cleveland Indians family will also honor legendary pitcher and broadcaster Herb Score who passed away on November 11, 2008.</description>
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  654.   <pubDate>Sun, 05 Apr 2009 17:51:48 GMT</pubDate>
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  657.   <title>Mistakes that Entrepreneurs have made - and how they fixed them</title>
  658.   <link></link>
  659.   <description>All entrepreneurs make mistakes but you rarely hear about the failures.  Everyone likes to talk about their successes but there is real value in learning about the mistakes that others have made – and how they fixed them – so that you won’t fall into the same traps in your own ventures.  Plain Dealer writer Marcia Pledger has collected 100 or so of her popular My Biggest Mistake columns into a book with the tagline Lessons from the Entrepreneurial front lines.  </description>
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  661.   <pubDate>Sat, 28 Mar 2009 00:25:49 GMT</pubDate>
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  664.   <title>Thomas N. Tyrrell of Glengary talks Regionalsim</title>
  665.   <link></link>
  666.   <description>Recession?  What Recession?  The 89 companies that were recognized with a NEO Success Award have managed to grow through these troubled economic times. That’s not a surprise to Thomas N. Tyrell, founder of Glengary LLC.  
  667. &lt;br>He told how his beloved Chicago White Sox style of playing small ball will work better in our region than the home run or strike out approach we have been using.  </description>
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  669.   <pubDate>Mon, 23 Mar 2009 17:56:18 GMT</pubDate>
  670.  </item>
  671.  <item>
  672.   <title>Hank Aaron -baseball Hall of Famer on his era in th game</title>
  673.   <link></link>
  674.   <description>Home run champ Hank Aaron said he was proud to have played in his baseball era with Willy Mays and Roberto Clemente and only 8 teams.  Though he would like Manny Ramirez money! He told how pitcher Bob Gibson once beaned him when he was in the on-deck circle!</description>
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  676.   <pubDate>Sat, 14 Mar 2009 14:21:29 GMT</pubDate>
  677.  </item>
  678.  <item>
  679.   <title>The Cloud, Virtualization and Software as a Service</title>
  680.   <link></link>
  681.   <description>Just try and read the trade press and avoid terms like The Cloud, Virtualization and Software as a Service (SaaS).  It can't be done! But these concepts still generate some confusion.  In this podcast, Woody Walton explains Microsoft's offerings such as MOS, BPOS and Hyper-V for Virtualization. And how Software + Services can provide a richer user experience than pure SaaS from a thin client browser.</description>
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  683.   <pubDate>Sat, 28 Feb 2009 16:22:28 GMT</pubDate>
  684.  </item>
  685.  <item>
  686.   <title>How do bands get chosen for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?</title>
  687.   <link></link>
  688.   <description>Learn from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation CEO Joel Peresman about the process that gets bands and artists voted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  </description>
  689.   <enclosure url="" length="3336068" type="audio/mpeg" />
  690.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2009 20:24:51 GMT</pubDate>
  691.  </item>
  692.  <item>
  693.   <title>Rock Hall CEO Terry Stewart explains the 2009 Inductions</title>
  694.   <link></link>
  695.   <description>Terry Stewart, President &amp;amp; CEO, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum, explains the 2009 Inductions in Cleveland.  An entire week of music with Little Richard, BB King and of course Metallica, Jeff Beck, Run DMC and others</description>
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  697.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2009 20:22:15 GMT</pubDate>
  698.  </item>
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  700.   <title>Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation CEO talks about Fuse TV</title>
  701.   <link></link>
  702.   <description>Joel Peresman, President &amp;amp; CEO, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation explains why they partnered with the Fuse network and other post-induction media opportunities.</description>
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  704.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2009 20:20:26 GMT</pubDate>
  705.  </item>
  706.  <item>
  707.   <title>Rock Hall President Terry Stewart discusses Cleveland</title>
  708.   <link></link>
  709.   <description>What a great job!  Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum CEO Terry Stewart speaks about moving to Cleveland and his dream job at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  </description>
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  711.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2009 20:18:58 GMT</pubDate>
  712.  </item>
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  714.   <title>Cleveland Clinic Innovations and the economy</title>
  715.   <link></link>
  716.   <description>We are all patients or future patients.  That’s the statement made by Chris Coburn, executive Director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations.  But the innovations presented at the annual Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovations Summit have as much to do with economics as medicine.  Coburn speaks about some medical innovations on the horizon, but his frank opinions on the economy are noteworthy.  As he says, the New Economy is alive and well in the 40 or so block around the Clinic.   Listen to where we stand outside those 40 blocks.</description>
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  718.   <pubDate>Sun, 15 Feb 2009 18:28:55 GMT</pubDate>
  719.  </item>
  720.  <item>
  721.   <title>Health Care Journalism in a changing world</title>
  722.   <link></link>
  723.   <description>Health care is our most important industry currently and in the future.  New devices, drugs and innovation in health care are being developed at an exciting pace. Traditional media, with their shrinking budgets and staff, will have a tough time giving this industry the attention it deserves. That’s where MedCity News comes in.  </description>
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  725.   <pubDate>Sat, 07 Feb 2009 16:03:08 GMT</pubDate>
  726.  </item>
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  728.   <title>International students in a Global Economy</title>
  729.   <link></link>
  730.   <description>With the realities of a global economy, cities need to attract and retain talented immigrants.  CWRU has a significant international student body and Case CIO Lev Gonick discusses their role and how a city can keep the talented local kids and international students in the area after graduation.</description>
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  732.   <pubDate>Sat, 31 Jan 2009 14:53:35 GMT</pubDate>
  733.  </item>
  734.  <item>
  735.   <title>2009 Economic Forecast at Corporate Club at Landerhaven</title>
  736.   <link></link>
  737.   <description>The Corporate Club series of business networking lunches at Landerhaven kicked off its 20th year with the annual Economic Forecast event.  Richard DeKaser, Senior VP &amp;amp; Chief Economist, National City Bank was the speaker. Landerhaven CEO Harlan Diamond told MC Michael Settonni why they started Corporate Club and about some of the deals that were made there – such as Gateway and the deal to bring Cleveland Cavs GM Danny Ferry back to the team.</description>
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  739.   <pubDate>Sat, 17 Jan 2009 17:57:58 GMT</pubDate>
  740.  </item>
  741.  <item>
  742.   <title>CWRU CIO Lev Gonick on Technology and Higher Education</title>
  743.   <link></link>
  744.   <description>A lot has changed in education and technology in the last 20 years so who better to bring us up to date then an expert in both fields.  Lev Gonick is the CIO of Case Western Reserve University.  This means that he has the duties, and headaches, of a CIO as well as the opportunities and challenges in dealing with thousands of really bright students who have only seen punch cards in museums.  Listen as Lev Gonick explains why this is such an exciting time for technology and education</description>
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  746.   <pubDate>Sat, 10 Jan 2009 19:56:45 GMT</pubDate>
  747.  </item>
  748.  <item>
  749.   <title>Intelectual Property - Trademark, Copyright &amp; Patents</title>
  750.   <link></link>
  751.   <description>Copyright, trademarks, patents – who wants to mess with all that legal stuff?  In the real world, you have to be concerned with the legality of using other people’s intellectual property and in protecting your own.  In this podcast intellectual property expert attorney John Cunniff explains – in layman’s terms  – what these legal terms mean and what you need to know and do.</description>
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  753.   <pubDate>Mon, 22 Dec 2008 17:10:59 GMT</pubDate>
  754.  </item>
  755.  <item>
  756.   <title>Free and Open Source Software</title>
  757.   <link></link>
  758.   <description>In these, or any, economic times, ‘free’ sure sounds good. And free software sounds great to a small business.   But , says developer Joseph James Franz, you should think of it as ‘free’ as in free speech rather than ‘free’ as in free lunch.  Franz helped organize Free and Open Software (FOSS) Day in Cleveland in 2008.  In this podcast, Franz explains FOSS and gives reasons for and against its adoption.</description>
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  760.   <pubDate>Sun, 07 Dec 2008 23:52:48 GMT</pubDate>
  761.  </item>
  762.  <item>
  763.   <title>Henry Winkler - Fonzie from Happy Days</title>
  764.   <link></link>
  765.   <description>Henry Winkler will be known forever as the Fonz – Fonzie from Happy Days. Listen to how he feels about the Fonz and some of his peers like Adam Sandler and John Ritter.  Winkler talks about his favorite movies and TV shows, what role he wants to play and how he wants to be remembered.  </description>
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  767.   <pubDate>Wed, 26 Nov 2008 19:31:53 GMT</pubDate>
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  769.  <item>
  770.   <title>Happy Day's Fonzie, Henry Winkler, on his dyslexia</title>
  771.   <link></link>
  772.   <description>When you ask someone what is their biggest achievement, their children are a common answer. And Henry Winkler answered the same way, albeit with a bit of humor.  But then he talks about his learning disability and how he overcame it.  Who knew that the Fonz was dyslexic? Winkler has written a series of books about kids like himself and he offers advice to parents of children with learning challenges.</description>
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  774.   <pubDate>Wed, 26 Nov 2008 19:30:49 GMT</pubDate>
  775.  </item>
  776.  <item>
  777.   <title>Henry Winkler - The Fonz - being Jewish in a Christmas movie</title>
  778.   <link></link>
  779.   <description>Five-time Emmy nominee and Golden Globe winner Henry Winkler stars in 'The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,' a Hallmark Channel original movie premiering December 13.  Everybody knows Winkler as Fonzie from Happy Days but many might not know that he is Jewish.  So does he celebrate Christmas?  And how is it for a Jewish person to act in a Christmas movie?</description>
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  781.   <pubDate>Wed, 26 Nov 2008 19:27:50 GMT</pubDate>
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  783.  <item>
  784.   <title>Donald Trump's Apprentice 'Bitch' Omarosa</title>
  785.   <link></link>
  786.   <description>Omarosa is the woman that everyone loves to hate.  Omarosa was a contender on Donald Trump’s The Apprentice. She says she has seen firsthand not only the “Glass Ceiling” but also “Sticky Floors” offering a “double-whammy” to any woman trying to make it in a man’s world. Women need to turn off and on their bitch switch. That’s the tile of her new book -  The Bitch Switch. </description>
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  788.   <pubDate>Sun, 16 Nov 2008 17:22:58 GMT</pubDate>
  789.  </item>
  790.  <item>
  791.   <title>Steve Bass - From PC World to TechBite</title>
  792.   <link></link>
  793.   <description>Computer enthusiasts will recognize Steve Bass because of his longtime column in PC World Magazine and/or his popular PC Annoyances books.  In this podcast, Steve talks about user groups, PC annoyances and how he went from counselor to tech writer.  Steve now has his own business -T echBite – that you can subscribe to for free.</description>
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  795.   <pubDate>Fri, 07 Nov 2008 00:22:04 GMT</pubDate>
  796.  </item>
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  798.   <title>The Honorable Clark T. Randt, Jr - US Ambassador to China</title>
  799.   <link></link>
  800.   <description>The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing were the official coming out party for China.  Casual TV watchers would see how much like the rest of the world China appeared to be.  But of course, it is only recently that China has been opened up at all.  When the Honorable Clark T. Randt, Jr., ambassador to People's Republic of China, spoke at the Cleveland City Club in early October, he told how China has changed in the 30 years since President Richard Nixon boldly initiated relations with China. Randt, confirmed by the Senate on July 11, 2001, is the longest serving United States ambassador to the People's Republic of China.</description>
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  802.   <pubDate>Mon, 13 Oct 2008 00:58:18 GMT</pubDate>
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  804.  <item>
  805.   <title>Bill Bradfield, CEO of PerceptIS</title>
  806.   <link></link>
  807.   <description>National IT companies have to be located on the Coasts.  You can’t find enough talent in the Great Lakes Region.  You can’t provide world class services from this area. These are just a few of the myths that Bill Bradfield and his PerceptIS team are helping to dispel.  PerceptIS is a young company, founded in May 2004, but is growing in customers, revenues and employees from their headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio.  In this podcast, Bradfield talks about doing business in Cleveland, finding talented workers, and differences between Phoenix and Cleveland.  He also talks about PerceptIS embracing Web 2.0 - because, “That’s where our clients live.”</description>
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  809.   <pubDate>Sat, 27 Sep 2008 23:51:25 GMT</pubDate>
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  811.  <item>
  812.   <title>Politics of Green - Great Lakes Water and Wind</title>
  813.   <link></link>
  814.   <description>In part 2 of this interview with Environmental lawyer Lou McMahon, Lou talks about the Green Movement and sustainability.  He explains how our Great Lakes water policy should be a matter of national security – for all points on the political spectrum and an opportunity for us to rock out with another hall of fame.</description>
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  816.   <pubDate>Mon, 15 Sep 2008 21:53:26 GMT</pubDate>
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  819.   <title>Great Lakes Water - Threats and Policies </title>
  820.   <link></link>
  821.   <description>In the Great Lakes region (home to 10% of the world’s fresh water) we don’t think about water that much.  We turn on the tap and a nice flow of clean water always comes out.  But we are unique and fortunate in that regard. Lou McMahon is an environmental lawyer who specializes in water issues.  In the first part of this 2-part interview, Lou explains the threats to our liquid gold and some of the politics of water that most of us never think of.</description>
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  823.   <pubDate>Sun, 07 Sep 2008 01:01:31 GMT</pubDate>
  824.  </item>
  825.  <item>
  826.   <title>Green, China and other hot topics with Gary Baney</title>
  827.   <link></link>
  828.   <description>Project Management – Green Initiative – Entrepreneurs – Immigration – China – you can’t escape these topics in the business world today.  Gary Baney, CEO of Boundless Flight is involved in all these hot areas.  In this podcast, Gary gives examples and some very frank opinions as to what we need to do to reach our potential as a region and as a nation. </description>
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  830.   <pubDate>Sun, 24 Aug 2008 00:59:36 GMT</pubDate>
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  833.   <title>Windows File Systems - FAT, FAT32, NTFS and beyond</title>
  834.   <link></link>
  835.   <description>You may have heard terms like FAT, FAT32, NTFS, cluster size and partition and have glossed over them.  File Allocation Tables sound like a “too-techie-let’s-ignore-it” component of computing but they are the foundation of your hard drives functionality.  Greg Hayes of Raxco Software was a Microsoft MVP for Windows File Systems for 5 Years.  He knows this stuff so that you can get by with glossing over it.  If you want to learn more, take a listen to Greg in this podcast.  It’s a little more techie than some but worth the time.</description>
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  837.   <pubDate>Tue, 12 Aug 2008 16:03:48 GMT</pubDate>
  838.  </item>
  839.  <item>
  840.   <title>Entrepreneurs - Leave your comfort zone to grow</title>
  841.   <link></link>
  842.   <description>How many times have entrepreneurs heard that they need to: Work on your business not in it and Leave your comfort zone to grow? It’s the basis for countless business books and seminars but it’s much easier to read about then to put into practice. It wasn’t easy for Aztek CEO John Hill either.  But by leaving his comfort zone – literally and figuratively - John led Aztek to a spot where they can reach his vision of growth.  </description>
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  844.   <pubDate>Sun, 03 Aug 2008 01:07:25 GMT</pubDate>
  845.  </item>
  846.  <item>
  847.   <title>Providence House and the Cleveland Indians</title>
  848.   <link></link>
  849.   <description>Providence House, Ohio's first licensed crisis nursery, offers emergency shelter to children newborn through five years old actively living in crisis. Since 1981, Providence House has provided quality, center-based, family focused residential care to over 5,000 infants and children in crisis. Natalie Leek-Nelson, President and CEO explains Providence House and how they connected with the Cleveland Indians wives.</description>
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  851.   <pubDate>Sat, 26 Jul 2008 17:28:59 GMT</pubDate>
  852.  </item>
  853.  <item>
  854.   <title>Cleveland Indians Community Outreach</title>
  855.   <link></link>
  856.   <description>Jayne Churchmack is the Executive Director of Community Outreach for the Cleveland Indians.  She talks about some of the events and projects the Indians are involved in and how the Dolan family has responded.</description>
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  858.   <pubDate>Sat, 26 Jul 2008 17:26:01 GMT</pubDate>
  859.  </item>
  860.  <item>
  861.   <title>E-Myth Author Michael Gerber</title>
  862.   <link></link>
  863.   <description>If it needs to be done, I do it.  If it doesn’t get done, it’s because I didn’t do it.  That’s the comment lament of the small business person – especially the sole proprietor.  And that’s a major reason why 90% of businesses fail within 5 years. Most business people know E-Myth author Michael Gerber. In his presentation at a COSE event in 2008, Gerber stated the biggest challenge, or is it opportunity, for the 6 million new businesses that start each year in the US.</description>
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  865.   <pubDate>Thu, 10 Jul 2008 16:29:45 GMT</pubDate>
  866.  </item>
  867.  <item>
  868.   <title>Bill Walton on LeBron James and Austin Carr</title>
  869.   <link></link>
  870.   <description>Any basketball fan knows the accomplishments of NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton.  Big Red played center for John Wooden at UCLA compiling an NCAA record 88 consecutive game winning streak.  Walton was the number one overall pick in the 1974 NBA Draft and won 2 championships as well as the NBA's Most Valuable Player in 1978.  I had to ask him about LeBron James but also about Austin Carr who, with his Notre Dame teammates played a big role in Walton’s UCLA career.</description>
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  872.   <pubDate>Tue, 01 Jul 2008 20:52:39 GMT</pubDate>
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  874.  <item>
  875.   <title>Biologically inspired robots with Dr. Roger Quinn</title>
  876.   <link></link>
  877.   <description>The fourth meeting of Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines took place in June 2008 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.  This meeting brought together an equal representation of the best engineers and biologists who are interested in movement.  Dr. Roger Quinn explains how these biologically inspired robots can be used for search and rescue and other practical applications.</description>
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  879.   <pubDate>Sun, 15 Jun 2008 17:24:15 GMT</pubDate>
  880.  </item>
  881.  <item>
  882.   <title>Build your Cultural Vocabulary and Fluency</title>
  883.   <link></link>
  884.   <description>Jane Hyun is the author of Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling, a career strategy guide for Asians in Corporate America.  She tells companies to build their Cultural Vocabulary and Cultural Fluency in order to eliminate their cultural blind spots.</description>
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  886.   <pubDate>Mon, 09 Jun 2008 22:15:15 GMT</pubDate>
  887.  </item>
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  889.   <title>Rapid Growth in Asia - what does that mean to their society?</title>
  890.   <link></link>
  891.   <description>Jane Hyun is author of Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling, a career strategy guide for Asians in Corporate America.  She speaks about the rapid growth in Asia and predicts that societal issues and social challenges will arise.</description>
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  893.   <pubDate>Mon, 09 Jun 2008 22:13:57 GMT</pubDate>
  894.  </item>
  895.  <item>
  896.   <title>Working with Asians and Asian Ameriicans in your company</title>
  897.   <link></link>
  898.   <description>Jane Hyun is author of Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling and specializes in teaching inclusive leadership and diversity.  Most of us have been taught to treat people the same.  Hyun says to consider how others need to be motivated to have them reach their full potential.  She shows how US education is different from Asian.</description>
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  900.   <pubDate>Mon, 09 Jun 2008 22:12:53 GMT</pubDate>
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  903.   <title>How doing business with Asian Cultures is different</title>
  904.   <link></link>
  905.   <description>Jane Hyun is author of Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling, a career strategy guide for Asians in Corporate America.  Doing business with Asian cultures is more relationship oriented than the West’s task oriented approach.  Listen to how networking, business and even contracts differ.</description>
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  907.   <pubDate>Mon, 09 Jun 2008 22:11:18 GMT</pubDate>
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  910.   <title>The creation of the Apple Trash Can Icon</title>
  911.   <link></link>
  912.   <description>One of Robert X. Cringely’s tasks on the Lisa development team at Apple was the development of the Trash Can.  His experience in deleting an entire book led to the two-step deletion process.  He also added a processor intensive fly circling the can that got him fired from Apple</description>
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  914.   <pubDate>Sun, 01 Jun 2008 21:28:35 GMT</pubDate>
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  917.   <title>Robert X. Cringely and the early days at Apple</title>
  918.   <link></link>
  919.   <description>In the late 1970's, Robert X. Cringely joined the Homebrew Computer Club and met Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. They invited him to join their new company, Apple. Steve Jobs said they were low on cash and offered stock options. Listen to what Cringely did.</description>
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  921.   <pubDate>Sun, 01 Jun 2008 21:27:13 GMT</pubDate>
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  924.   <title>Robert X. Cringely and the future of Print</title>
  925.   <link></link>
  926.   <description>While Robert X. Cringely is known for bringing us the flavor of the early days of the PC industry he still keeps current and looks to the future.  In his NEOSA keynote he spoke about “What happens when Moore’s Law ends?” and how the stage after ubiquity for a technology is invisibility.  So as a book author and a longtime magazine columnist, I asked him what the future is, if any, of print.</description>
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  928.   <pubDate>Sun, 01 Jun 2008 21:25:31 GMT</pubDate>
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  931.   <title>Wikinomics co-author Anthony D. Williams and Web 2.0 Nagging Questions</title>
  932.   <link></link>
  933.   <description>Anthony D. Williams is the co-author, along with Don Tapscott, of the best-selling Wikinomics.  Wikinomics was a first introduction for many to the world of Web 2.0.  Williams spoke at a tech event at CWRU on Wikinomics and the Future of Education.   It’s fascinating to see Web 2.0 brought into a variety of disciplines such as education. When Case Dean Barbara Snyder spoke she commented on the broadcasting of the event on SecondLife joking, “If I’m an avatar, I want final approval.” In this interview, I asked him a couple of the nagging questions about Web 2.0.</description>
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  935.   <pubDate>Mon, 26 May 2008 22:32:54 GMT</pubDate>
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  938.   <title>Scot Rourke and OneCommunity - Broadband Vision</title>
  939.   <link></link>
  940.   <description>Notheast Ohio was named one of the 7 most intelligent communities in the world for 2008 based on the world-class One Community project.  And the CEO of One Community, Scot Rourke, was named visionary of the year – an outstanding achievement which reflects well on OneCommunity, Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. In this podcast you’ll learn more about Scot and One Community.  And see why we are one of the 7 most intelligent communites in the world!</description>
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  942.   <pubDate>Sun, 18 May 2008 19:45:25 GMT</pubDate>
  943.  </item>
  944.  <item>
  945.   <title>The Global Broadband Economy - Part 2</title>
  946.   <link></link>
  947.   <description>In part 2 of this interview with Robert Bell, the Executive Director of the Intelligent Community Forum, we’ll hear more about the global broadband economy but from the perspective of some specific groups.  For example, will the move to a broadband economy increase the digital divide?
  948. &lt;br>What opportunities and challenges does a region such as the Great Lakes face, in particular Northeast Ohio and Cleveland, with a rust belt mentality, and geography being almost irrelevant in the broadband economy?
  949. &lt;br></description>
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  951.   <pubDate>Sat, 10 May 2008 17:53:57 GMT</pubDate>
  952.  </item>
  953.  <item>
  954.   <title>The Global Broadband Economy - Part 1</title>
  955.   <link></link>
  956.   <description>It can be difficult to grasp some of the concepts we hear about all the time.  Like broadband – what exactly does that mean?  Should we use US standards or Europe or Japan’s measurements? And the global, broadband economy – what is that?   And how does our region measure up?  This interview with Robert Bell, the Executive Director of the Intelligent Community Forum, answers those questions and more about the concepts, politics, challenges and opportunities of the broadband economy.</description>
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  958.   <pubDate>Sun, 04 May 2008 18:06:26 GMT</pubDate>
  959.  </item>
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  961.   <title>Israel at 60 - Maltz Museum Exhibition</title>
  962.   <link></link>
  963.   <description>What’s the only country that entered the 21st century with more tress than in the 20th century?  Where was Instant Messaging Developed?  Where are the most biotech startups per capita?  How do you turn a desert into the proverbial land of milk and honey?  These are just some of the interesting bits you will learn from the exhibition Israel: Yesterday Today and Tomorrow at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.</description>
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  965.   <pubDate>Mon, 14 Apr 2008 22:53:20 GMT</pubDate>
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  968.   <title>Business Continuity Planning - Dark Web Sites and more</title>
  969.   <link></link>
  970.   <description>You can do everything right with your business but still have problems crop up.  Who could predict a massive power outage (remember a few years ago?) or a storm on the East Coast causing your supplier to be shut down.  That’s why you need to do some Business Continuity Planning.  Part of that planning is to be prepared for Crisis Communications and that’s where expert Bruce Hennes comes in.
  971. &lt;br>
  972. &lt;br>In this podcast with Bruce, we’ll learn a little about Business Continuity Planning and a term that was new to me – dark web site.  Bruce gives his opinion on anonymous blogging and offers some advice when a word slips out that you wish hadn’t.  
  973. &lt;br></description>
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  975.   <pubDate>Sun, 06 Apr 2008 23:09:55 GMT</pubDate>
  976.  </item>
  977.  <item>
  978.   <title>Cleveland Indians 2008 Season at Progressive Field</title>
  979.   <link></link>
  980.   <description>Not only the name has changed, from Jacob’s Field to Progressive Field, for the Cleveland Indian’s ballpark.  Business people will be interested in the new Champions Suite which offers a terrific mid-field view and accommodates up to 60 people.   It’s also the 60th anniversary of the World Championship 1948 team.  Cleveland Indian’s Bob DiBiasio gives us a preview of the 2008 baseball season.</description>
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  982.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Mar 2008 17:08:42 GMT</pubDate>
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  984.  <item>
  985.   <title>Microsoft Visual Studio 20087</title>
  986.   <link></link>
  987.   <description>Developers Developers Developers. You don’t have to be a programmer to know how much Microsoft values developers.  Developers will be pleased with the new release of Visual Studio 2008.  It adds a lot to make developers more efficient and productive and provides tools to make every app “connected.”
  988. &lt;br>Listen in as Microsoft Developer Evangelist Bill Steele tells us what all the excitement is about with Visual Studio 2008.   And for those of you who aren’t programmers, he’ll define some terms you may have wondered about – like Ajax and Silverlight.
  989. &lt;br></description>
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  991.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Mar 2008 00:09:56 GMT</pubDate>
  992.  </item>
  993.  <item>
  994.   <title>Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Launch</title>
  995.   <link></link>
  996.   <description>To many people, Microsoft means Windows and Office.  But to IT professionals, developers and larger companies, Microsoft means back office products and developer tools for the enterprise.  That’s why the launch of updates to 3 of the main back office products is such a big deal.   The three products launched were Microsoft Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008. In this podcast, you’ll learn more about the new releases and how they assist with BI – Business Intelligence.</description>
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  998.   <pubDate>Mon, 17 Mar 2008 01:01:18 GMT</pubDate>
  999.  </item>
  1000.  <item>
  1001.   <title>Crisis Communications in a Web 2.0 World</title>
  1002.   <link></link>
  1003.   <description>It seems that everyone has a camera in their cell phone.  If something funny or strange happens, it will be recorded by someone. Crisis Communications expert Bruce Hennes tells his clients to assume that everything is or will be out there for the public to view. And he explains how people can spend $21 million dollars on a state issue and get blown away 3-1 at the polls because they didn’t understand the basics.</description>
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  1005.   <pubDate>Mon, 10 Mar 2008 00:20:50 GMT</pubDate>
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  1008.   <title>Green and Sustainable – from a chemical company?</title>
  1009.   <link></link>
  1010.   <description>As always, there are a lot of buzzwords in the business world.  2 of the most popular now are green and sustainability.  You might not think of a chemical company as part of the green movement but the Lubrizol Corporation is working hard to be green. The green movement also ties into sustainability, meeting the needs of the stakeholders in a company (shareholders, employees, customers, community and so on) both now and in the future. In this podcast we’ll hear some sustainability strategies and learn some new terms from Lubrizol’s Dave Cowen.</description>
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  1012.   <pubDate>Sat, 23 Feb 2008 23:38:28 GMT</pubDate>
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  1015.   <title>Communications Management Tips for a Business Crisis</title>
  1016.   <link></link>
  1017.   <description>You think you have a crisis at work?  How would you like to have been a new employee at Arthur Andersen when the proverbial stuff hit the fan?  Suzanne Drake started at Andersen working on marketing and communications 1 week before the firm was indicted. You probably don’t have to face crises like indictments, Enron and WorldCcom but that doesn’t make your company’s problems any less important to you. Suzanne Drake learned a lot from her time at Andersen and with other companies and in this podcast she shares some of her crisis communications management tips.</description>
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  1019.   <pubDate>Sun, 17 Feb 2008 18:00:30 GMT</pubDate>
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  1022.   <title>Fox News Anchor Tim Taylor - Reporting in the 60's &amp; 70's</title>
  1023.   <link></link>
  1024.   <description>You know the face and the voice.  But if you think that Tim Taylor is one of those pretty-boy talking heads that just read from a teleprompter, think again.  When Tim Taylor was a young reporter he was suddenly faced with world-changing stories: Sam Sheppard, Kent State, Apollo 13, Carl Stokes, the Hough Riots, the assassination of Martin Luther King and more.  This was before satellites and the behemoth news industry we know of now.   Listen to how a young man from Buckeye reported through amazing times – and how the news industry has changed.</description>
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  1026.   <pubDate>Tue, 05 Feb 2008 21:27:50 GMT</pubDate>
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  1029.   <title>Olympic Gold Medalist Madeline Manning-Mims honored by the Cleveland Cavs</title>
  1030.   <link></link>
  1031.   <description>Madeline Manning-Mims was one of the first female American middle distance stars of world-class caliber.  From 1967 to 1980, she won 10 national indoor and outdoor titles, four Olympic trial championships and set numerous American records. The first American female to win Olympic gold in the 800 meter sprint; also member of the Olympic teams in 1972, 1976 and 1980.  She was recently honored by the Cleveland Cavaliers and told how she was inspired by Jesse Owens and Wilma Rudolph and how she was ‘tricked’ into running the 800.  She also talks about politics in the Olympics.</description>
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  1033.   <pubDate>Sun, 27 Jan 2008 18:22:55 GMT</pubDate>
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  1035.  <item>
  1036.   <title>Sling your content anywhere with SlingBox and SlingCatcher</title>
  1037.   <link></link>
  1038.   <description>If you really like your sports, movies, TV shows and other items from the content cloud, Sling has a product for you.  The classic SlingBox, the new SlingCatcher and the next release called the SlingBox Pro HD all allow you to easily watch your content when and where you want to. Hear more in this podcast from the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas at the  2008 Consumer Electronics Show.</description>
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  1040.   <pubDate>Thu, 17 Jan 2008 23:44:50 GMT</pubDate>
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  1043.   <title>Working with Bill Gates - Tales from the Microsoft COO</title>
  1044.   <link></link>
  1045.   <description>We’ve all heard many tales about Bill Gates – the fast cars, how he supposedly didn’t practice the best personal hygiene habits, how his temper would flare up to intimidating levels and so on.  But is all that urban myth or a reality? Bob Herbold worked closely with Bill Gates as Microsoft COO and offers his own perspective on working with the man and the Microsoft culture.</description>
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  1047.   <pubDate>Sun, 13 Jan 2008 20:13:49 GMT</pubDate>
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  1050.   <title>New Role for the Tech Czar</title>
  1051.   <link></link>
  1052.   <description>The last that many people heard from Michael DeAloia was that he left the position of Tech Czar of the City of Cleveland.  In this podcast we learn why he left, what he’s doing now and about his new venture with GreatLakesGeek.Com.  Oh yes.  You can still call him the Tech Czar.</description>
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  1054.   <pubDate>Fri, 04 Jan 2008 00:47:11 GMT</pubDate>
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  1057.   <title>Microsoft COO Robert Herbold - Seduced by Success</title>
  1058.   <link></link>
  1059.   <description>After 26 successful years at Procter &amp;amp; Gamble and, more recently, 8 years as COO of Microsoft, you would think that Robert Herbold would be a likely candidate to be Seduced by Success, the title of his latest book.  In this podcast, Bob Herbold explains how strategy can surpass timing and luck in business.   He also questions the proprietary nature of Steve Jobs’ Apple and their iPod.</description>
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  1061.   <pubDate>Tue, 01 Jan 2008 01:59:54 GMT</pubDate>
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  1064.   <title>Arun Gandhi - More from grandfather Mahatma Gandhi</title>
  1065.   <link></link>
  1066.   <description>Arun Gandhi recounts a favorite story of his grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi.  A king was searching for the true meaning of peace and invited numerous intellectuals to explain it to them.  But they could not.  The king was finally steered to a wise old man who gave him a grain of wheat.  Listen to how this grain of wheat explains peace.</description>
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  1068.   <pubDate>Sun, 16 Dec 2007 17:28:53 GMT</pubDate>
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  1070.  <item>
  1071.   <title>Arun Gandhi - Stories from grandfather Mahatma Gandhi</title>
  1072.   <link></link>
  1073.   <description>Arun Gandhi is a grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Non-Violence in Memphis, Tennessee.  He lived with his grandfather for 18 months starting in 1946 and learned many valuable lessons.  He even learned a life-changing lesson after a John Wayne double feature.  Listen to his stories.</description>
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  1075.   <pubDate>Sun, 16 Dec 2007 17:26:11 GMT</pubDate>
  1076.  </item>
  1077.  <item>
  1078.   <title>Excel Tips, Tricks and Resources</title>
  1079.   <link></link>
  1080.   <description>Tips and Tricks.  We all want to learn the secrets to save us time and effort.  In this podcast, Mr. Excel Bill Jelen offers up 2 of his favorite Excel tips and tells about a free resource with an archive of almost a quarter million Excel questions and answers.</description>
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  1082.   <pubDate>Mon, 10 Dec 2007 02:16:59 GMT</pubDate>
  1083.  </item>
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  1085.   <title>Microsoft Windows Home Server</title>
  1086.   <link></link>
  1087.   <description>Does this scenario sound familiar?  You have high-speed Internet access at your house.  You also have 2 or more PCs at the house and you’d like to share music, movies, pictures and other files.  You also wish you didn’t have to worry about backing up the PCs and wish there was some way you could access your important files securely over the Internet from anywhere in the world.
  1088. &lt;br>There are millions of homes that fir this scenario.  Microsoft has a new product developed just for this case.  It’s called Windows Home Server and as our guest Brian Gorbett says you don’t need to be a techie to install or run it.
  1089. &lt;br></description>
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  1091.   <pubDate>Sat, 01 Dec 2007 16:36:12 GMT</pubDate>
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  1093.  <item>
  1094.   <title>Congressman Louis Stokes - His Life and Legacy</title>
  1095.   <link></link>
  1096.   <description>From his landmark Supreme Court legal case to his long and distinguished career as a US Congressman, many know about Louis Stokes and his brother Carl Stokes, the first black mayor of a major city in the US. You may not know how a pair of brothers from the projects of Cleveland could attain such success. In this interview, we tap into the decades of experience and wisdom from Congressman Stokes.</description>
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  1098.   <pubDate>Sat, 24 Nov 2007 02:30:44 GMT</pubDate>
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  1101.   <title>Minister of Culture Michael Heaton - Collected Reporting</title>
  1102.   <link></link>
  1103.   <description>You may know him as the Minister of Culture in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Or as TV star Patricia Heaton’s brother.  But once you read Michael Heaton’s new book, Truth and Justice for Fun and Profit, you will know Michael Heaton in a new way.  In this interview, Heaton discusses some of the wide and wild variety of characters he wrote about and some of the riveting stories that he covered. And how some very expensive beers led to his friendship with Joe Eszterhas who wrote the forward to the book.</description>
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  1105.   <pubDate>Fri, 16 Nov 2007 00:25:01 GMT</pubDate>
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  1108.   <title>Ask Cathy - What should we know about mentors?</title>
  1109.   <link></link>
  1110.   <description>Mentors can be extremely valuable to a business person.  Getting a chance to talk to and learn from someone who has already done it – and done it well – can be gold.  There are more men available to be mentors than women.  Should a woman look for a male mentor?  Should a man look for a woman mentor?  Cathy Horton tells us.</description>
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  1112.   <pubDate>Wed, 07 Nov 2007 22:53:17 GMT</pubDate>
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  1115.   <title>Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit 2007</title>
  1116.   <link></link>
  1117.   <description>Each year, Cleveland Clinic hosts a Medical Innovation Summit and the 2007 summit was special.  Not because talk show host Larry King and a slew of other media bigwigs participated.  But because the focus was on Cardiovascular Technology - the State of the Heart.  Cleveland Clinic just received its 13th consecutive # 1 ranking from US News &amp;amp; Word Report for heart care. In this interview the director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations, Chris Coburn, speaks about some of the highlights of the summit, the amazing medical breakthroughs that are being developed and a new $250 million Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center.</description>
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  1119.   <pubDate>Thu, 25 Oct 2007 00:27:13 GMT</pubDate>
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  1122.   <title>Ten Years in Technology with Aztek</title>
  1123.   <link></link>
  1124.   <description>Ten years can be an eternity in the Internet age.  Consider how much has changed since then.  Google didn’t even exist yet!  So for a technology firm to last and grow through all the changes that 10 years can bring, it’s a real achievement. John Hill started Aztek 10 years ago and has learned a lot in this past decade.  In this podcast, John tells us how Aztek started and how they have been able to grow and thrive.</description>
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  1126.   <pubDate>Sat, 13 Oct 2007 23:58:09 GMT</pubDate>
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  1129.   <title>Pivot Tables and VBA with Mr. Excel</title>
  1130.   <link></link>
  1131.   <description>Ask an experienced Excel user for a list of the most powerful and valuable features of Excel and the Pivot Table will undoubtedly be on the list.  Power Users have come to rely on the tool that can turn 50,000 rows of data into a comprehensive one-page summary with just 6 mouse clicks.  Hear more about Pivot Tables and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) from the ultimate Excel Power User, Bill Jelen – Mr. Excel</description>
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  1133.   <pubDate>Sun, 07 Oct 2007 19:34:12 GMT</pubDate>
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  1136.   <title>Ask Cathy Horton: Business Ethics - An Oxymoron?</title>
  1137.   <link></link>
  1138.   <description>Business ethics.  Some would say that term is an oxymoron.  The recent public exposure of business malpractice – from the unethical to the criminal – has drawn attention to the some of the cut-throat practices in the business world.  How does someone balance their own personal sense of ethics with such behavior at work?  Let’s Ask Cathy.</description>
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  1140.   <pubDate>Fri, 28 Sep 2007 22:43:19 GMT</pubDate>
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  1143.   <title>Kirk Neiswander and the Entrepreneurs Edge</title>
  1144.   <link></link>
  1145.   <description>The Great Lakes Region has a plethora of organizations to help businesses and entrepreneurs.  It’s hard to keep track of them all. The ones that are most valuable focus on a particular business segment. The Entrepreneurs EDGE specializes in middle market companies.  Their focus is on starting or growing companies that have the potential to sell outside the region and bring dollars in. Kirk Nieswander, Edge founder and president, explains what makes Edge different and the programs they have in place to build those businesses.</description>
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  1147.   <pubDate>Sat, 22 Sep 2007 21:09:22 GMT</pubDate>
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  1150.   <title>Excel 2007 and Office 2007 with Mr. Excel</title>
  1151.   <link></link>
  1152.   <description>Office 2007 is the latest release of Microsoft’s productivity suite that includes Word, PowerPoint and, of course Excel, among other apps. The main change to the product is the new ribbon interface that replaces the familiar classic Office menu structure.  This ribbon will definitely take some time to adjust to so plan accordingly.  And listed to what Mr. Excel has to say about the new file formats for Excel as well.</description>
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  1154.   <pubDate>Thu, 13 Sep 2007 00:45:13 GMT</pubDate>
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  1157.   <title>Excel Functions and Spreadsheet vs Database</title>
  1158.   <link></link>
  1159.   <description>Remember the first time you saw a spreadsheet program work? You changed a number and watched the changes ripple through the entire spreadsheet.  That was computing power – even if it was done on a Z80 or 8086 CPU. Spreadsheets and CPUs have come a long way and Mr. Excel Bill Jelen tells us about the numerous features in Excel and how many people actually use them.  He’ll also tell us some unique uses for Excel and when to move from a spreadsheet to a database.</description>
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  1161.   <pubDate>Wed, 05 Sep 2007 16:01:27 GMT</pubDate>
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  1164.   <title>Mr Excel Bill Jelen and the history of the spreadsheet</title>
  1165.   <link></link>
  1166.   <description>If you ask people today what is the killer app for the PC you would hear responses such as e-mail or a web browser. But there was no debate on the first killer app.  The spreadsheet is the program that convinced companies to invest in personal computers. Bill Jelen has earned his reputation as Mr. Excel through his extensive knowledge of the spreadsheet. In this first in a series of podcasts with Mr. Excel, Bill and Dan Hanson reminisce about the history of the spreadsheet.</description>
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  1168.   <pubDate>Sat, 25 Aug 2007 01:36:58 GMT</pubDate>
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  1171.   <title>Ask Cathy - Leadership Traits for Men &amp; Women</title>
  1172.   <link></link>
  1173.   <description>We’ve all heard the characteristics that make up a good business leader – a dominant personality, forceful and swift decision making, powerful, almost aggressive, behavior and so on.  But does that hold true for women as well as men?  Cathy Horton Panzica tells us in this edition of Ask Cathy</description>
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  1175.   <pubDate>Mon, 20 Aug 2007 01:10:35 GMT</pubDate>
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  1178.   <title>Ask Cathy - Leadership with Cathy Horton Panzica</title>
  1179.   <link></link>
  1180.   <description>Are leaders born or made?  What can you do if you weren’t born with the tradiditonal skills of a natural leader?  And maybe it’s a moot point - how much can 1 person do anyway?   There are so many books on leaders and leadership – yet we still have questions.  In this edition of Ask Cathy,   Cathy Horton Panzica answers our questions on leadership.</description>
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  1182.   <pubDate>Mon, 13 Aug 2007 20:27:05 GMT</pubDate>
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  1185.   <title>Len Pagon and current business opportunities</title>
  1186.   <link></link>
  1187.   <description>In Part 2 of this podcast with Len Pagon of Brulant we hear some good news for those of us in the Internet business.  Consumers are spending a much larger part of their time online at the expense of newspapers, TV, reading and so on.  Yet the dollars spent on Internet advertising have not nearly caught up with this surge in consumer demand.  In Part 2, Len talks about some of the current opportunities for Brulant and the rest of us.</description>
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  1189.   <pubDate>Sun, 05 Aug 2007 22:57:59 GMT</pubDate>
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  1192.   <title>What makes a Great Boss?</title>
  1193.   <link></link>
  1194.   <description>Can you imagine what would happen if you told your employees that they had to start coming in early Saturday morning?  Or tried to get them to cheer on the company and each other with rah-rah school spirit stuff? It worked for Sam Walton.  And it worked for Jack Kahl.  In fact, Jack was twice voted the Best Boss in Cleveland. In this Conversation with Kahl, Jack tells us what makes a good boss and what it takes to get your people to buy into the company plan.  As you will hear, it’s just like mama told you.</description>
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  1196.   <pubDate>Sun, 29 Jul 2007 00:21:52 GMT</pubDate>
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  1199.   <title>Councilman Joe Cimperman and Arts in the City</title>
  1200.   <link></link>
  1201.   <description>As business people, we sometimes dismiss the arts community as fluff – not the hard asset that it really is.  Cleveland Councilman Joe Cimperman has been ahead of the curve in understanding that art and culture should be  intertwined in the business districts.  In this interview, Joe tells us why arts and culture are important to business in the city.</description>
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  1203.   <pubDate>Mon, 23 Jul 2007 00:37:29 GMT</pubDate>
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  1206.   <title>Gene Longo and the Cisco Networking Academy</title>
  1207.   <link></link>
  1208.   <description>If you’ve been around the technology world for awhile you may view Cisco as the plumbing of the Internet.  And their routers and switches still make up a lot of that vital infrastructure.  But Cisco, like the Internet, has evolved over the years. One thing that seems constant is the increasing demand for skilled talent and an insufficient supply - especially in the Great Lakes Region. In this interview, Gene Longo of Cisco Networking Academy tells us what they are doing to populate that pipeline with skilled talent.</description>
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  1210.   <pubDate>Sat, 14 Jul 2007 23:59:32 GMT</pubDate>
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  1213.   <title>Len Pagon and the begginings of Brulant Inc.</title>
  1214.   <link></link>
  1215.   <description>It’s been a rollercoaster ride over the last 20 years or so for technology firms.  Nobody knows that as well as Len Pagon, CEO and President of Brulant Inc. The rise of Brulant is a lesson for us all. From the classic entrepreneurial startup in the home bedroom to its current position as one of the Top 20 Interactive firms in North America with 320 employees and $60 million in revenues, Len and Brulant have come a long way.  Hear how.</description>
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  1217.   <pubDate>Sun, 08 Jul 2007 16:18:23 GMT</pubDate>
  1218.  </item>
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  1220.   <title>SharePoint 101 Primer with Paul Stork</title>
  1221.   <link></link>
  1222.   <description>Collaboration, workgroups and other terms referring to people working together effectively and efficiently in groups are very hot now.  But this is more than a flavor of the month.  We need to be able to work with others on projects and intelligently and easily share documents, schedules, ToDo lists, images, plans and so on. Microsoft SharePoint is a tool, as our guest Paul Stork will tell us, that serves as the glue for all your business processes. In this interview, Paul explains SharePoint and some scenarios for its use for the business owner or manager, leaving the techie stuff out.</description>
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  1224.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Jun 2007 22:09:29 GMT</pubDate>
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  1227.   <title>Jeff Heinen, CEO of Heinens, discusses competition</title>
  1228.   <link></link>
  1229.   <description>You can compete in business in one of 3 ways: Operational Efficiency, Product Leadership and Customer Service.  In a competitive market such as grocery stores, you need more than low prices to compete and succeed.  Jeff Heinen, CEO of Heinen’s Fine Foods tells us how any business can compete and in what areas.</description>
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  1231.   <pubDate>Sun, 24 Jun 2007 16:55:24 GMT</pubDate>
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  1233.  <item>
  1234.   <title>Coming from the Wrong Side of the Tracks</title>
  1235.   <link></link>
  1236.   <description>In this Conversation with Kahl, Jack Kahl, former CEO of Manco, tells how it is not necessary to come from a rich, connected family to succeed in business in the world today. In fact, he says it can be an advantage to come from &quot;the wrong side of the tracks.&quot;</description>
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  1238.   <pubDate>Mon, 04 Jun 2007 02:07:37 GMT</pubDate>
  1239.  </item>
  1240.  <item>
  1241.   <title>The NEOSA Best of Tech Awards and other news</title>
  1242.   <link></link>
  1243.   <description>NEOSA has undergone some changes in the last few years as it has become the technology arm of COSE. It's good to see some of the best NEOSA efforts coming back - such as the Best of Tech Awards.  Brad Nellis Director of NEOSA and talks about the Awards, the new web site and other NEOSA news.</description>
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  1245.   <pubDate>Tue, 29 May 2007 00:40:48 GMT</pubDate>
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  1247.  <item>
  1248.   <title>NEOSA Best of Tech Awards and Future Plans</title>
  1249.   <link></link>
  1250.   <description>Louis Licata is an attorney with Licata &amp;amp; Toerek and is also serving as Chairman of COSE, the small business division of the Greater Cleveland Partnership – one of the nation’s largest metropolitan chambers of commerce. In this interview, Lou talks about the COSE Best of Tech Awards and admits that he is a closet geek.</description>
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  1252.   <pubDate>Tue, 29 May 2007 00:38:33 GMT</pubDate>
  1253.  </item>
  1254.  <item>
  1255.   <title>EMail Marketing Tips with Kristy Amy</title>
  1256.   <link></link>
  1257.   <description>There’s an old marketing adage - If you haven’t communicated with your customer in the last 90 days then they are not your customer anymore.  There’s really no excuse in the Internet age to not have an effective communication strategy with your customers and prospects. In this interview, Kristy Amy of OnMark Solutions offers us some advice with our e-mail marketing.</description>
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  1259.   <pubDate>Sat, 19 May 2007 23:29:20 GMT</pubDate>
  1260.  </item>
  1261.  <item>
  1262.   <title>Online Marketing Tips with Dan Rose</title>
  1263.   <link></link>
  1264.   <description>Online Marketing is an extremely powerful and cost-effective way to build and retain business.  If you know how to do it right. Dan Rose’s vision at Precision Dialogue is to “do online marketing right.”  In this interview, Dan shares some strategies on this important business function.  He talks about segmentation, niches, what to do with all the data you collect and more.  And he offers a link for visitors to download free educational whitepapers and register for a free trip to Las Vegas</description>
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  1266.   <pubDate>Sat, 12 May 2007 16:33:56 GMT</pubDate>
  1267.  </item>
  1268.  <item>
  1269.   <title>eMarketing for Entrepreneurs</title>
  1270.   <link></link>
  1271.   <description>Marketing is a vital component of business and learning about and using the numerous powerful and cutting edge Internet tools that are available, makes the resulting combination - e-marketing - a must have for your business tool kit.  eMarketing for Entrepreneurs founder Brad Kleinman shares his thoughts after the successful event.</description>
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  1273.   <pubDate>Sat, 05 May 2007 23:15:35 GMT</pubDate>
  1274.  </item>
  1275.  <item>
  1276.   <title>Speed up your database queries</title>
  1277.   <link></link>
  1278.   <description>Teksouth has a tool called Entellicache that sits between your Data Warehouse and your Business Intelligence (BI) applications.  In a nutshell, it speeds up queries (maybe 8-15 times faster!) by analyzing your queries and then building a series of caches.  Hear what they did for the Air Force.</description>
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  1280.   <pubDate>Sat, 28 Apr 2007 19:01:15 GMT</pubDate>
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  1282.  <item>
  1283.   <title>Easy Migration to Windows Vista with Altiris</title>
  1284.   <link></link>
  1285.   <description>How would you like to leave your office tonight and when you came in tomorrow morning hundreds of your Windows XP or 2000 or 98 PCs were migrated to Windows Vista?  And all your familiar icons, favorites, applications, printers set up – are still there
  1286. &lt;br>Sound like a dream?  Altiris provides just that service.  They will do a premigration readiness assessment and turn a potentially huge migration headache into a smooth process.  If you have a lot of Windows PCs and are dreading a lengthy, costly migration, here’s a solution for you.
  1287. &lt;br></description>
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  1289.   <pubDate>Sat, 28 Apr 2007 17:19:47 GMT</pubDate>
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  1291.  <item>
  1292.   <title>Art in the City with Steven Hartman</title>
  1293.   <link></link>
  1294.   <description>The owner of an Art Gallery doesn't seem like the typical guest for a podcast about business. But A) Steve Hartman is not typical and B) art is not only a very large business but it also has a large impact on the community. In this interview, Steven talks about art, the Contessa Gallery, the Spiders and what art means to a city. And his passion is evident as he tells about their current Art in the Garden series featuring works by such greats as Sophie Ryder.</description>
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  1296.   <pubDate>Thu, 19 Apr 2007 20:27:42 GMT</pubDate>
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  1298.  <item>
  1299.   <title>Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Feller opens Heritage Park at Jacobs Field</title>
  1300.   <link></link>
  1301.   <description>Hall of Famer Bob Feller is arguably the greatest right handed pitcher in the history of major league baseball. He holds a ton of records and what is more impressive, he gave up several prime years of his career to serve in the military during World War II. In this quick Opening Day preview we'll hear from Rapid Robert about Heritage Park and the city of Cleveland and why baseball is so important.</description>
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  1303.   <pubDate>Thu, 05 Apr 2007 00:46:26 GMT</pubDate>
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  1306.   <title>Senator Birch Bayh, women's sports and Title IX</title>
  1307.   <link></link>
  1308.   <description>Is it fair to have high school girl’s teams play at 4PM while the boys play at 7PM?  Should the sports programs that bring in the most money get new uniforms more often? These and other issues fall under Title IX of the Education Act of 1972.  With the NCAA Women’s’ Final Four being held in Cleveland, legal scholars and policy makers gathered to discuss the 35 years of Title IX.  
  1309. &lt;br>Senator Birch Bayh was a co-author of the legislation and a driving force behind it.  The Great Lakes Geek caught up with him at the Billie Jean King speech at the Wolstein and the Senator explains why Title IX was and is important to him.
  1310. &lt;br></description>
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  1312.   <pubDate>Sat, 31 Mar 2007 15:01:38 GMT</pubDate>
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  1315.   <title>Great salespeople are made, not born.</title>
  1316.   <link></link>
  1317.   <description>Contrary to popular opinion, great salespeople are made, not born.  In fact, the maverick actions of a superstar salesperson can be harmful to your company’s efforts.  Jill Mason-Miller tells us why the sales process is so important and what key steps to begin with to make that big sale.</description>
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  1319.   <pubDate>Fri, 23 Mar 2007 00:21:48 GMT</pubDate>
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  1322.   <title>Convert &amp; Clean up those old LPs and audio cassettes</title>
  1323.   <link></link>
  1324.   <description>Many of us accumulated stacks of vinyl LPs over the years, not to mention audio cassettes and even 8-track tapes.  But we may not even have a turntable hooked up to our stereo anymore. Now we listen to our music in digital format - CD or mp3 or Internet stream - but something digital. Acoustica has a great product that lets you import all that old vinyl and tape into digital format for CDs or mp3 players.  It removes those annoying pops, clicks and hiss so you can listen to your old favorites again.</description>
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  1326.   <pubDate>Fri, 16 Mar 2007 20:14:02 GMT</pubDate>
  1327.  </item>
  1328.  <item>
  1329.   <title>[email protected] - Google for Business</title>
  1330.   <link></link>
  1331.   <description>Everybody knows Google. The word has become part of our culture's vocabulary. Most people know it as the giant Internet search engine.   But Google also has a slew of technology that can be ported to businesses, large and small, for in-house intranet searching, collaboration and visualization technology. Kevin Gough is part of the Google team that is, as he said, &quot;barnstorming&quot; the country to let people know that while Google has great consumer benefits, they offer business solutions as well.</description>
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  1333.   <pubDate>Fri, 09 Mar 2007 21:48:08 GMT</pubDate>
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  1336.   <title>Business Inspiration from a Horse - Conversation with Jack Kahl</title>
  1337.   <link></link>
  1338.   <description>Who are your Business heroes and inspirations?  Jack Welch? Bill Gates? Andrew Carnegie?  Jack Kahl? How about an animal?  Is it possible for an animal to inspire you to greatness?  It did for Jack Kahl In this Conversation with Kahl, Jack Kahl tells how his life changed watching a horse race in August 1973.</description>
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  1340.   <pubDate>Sat, 03 Mar 2007 01:17:40 GMT</pubDate>
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  1343.   <title>CMS Products shown at CES 2007</title>
  1344.   <link></link>
  1345.   <description>Backing up your data is a boring but necessary function.  A good backup plan will include off-site storage, rotation of media and periodic testing of the restore process.  CMS Products has several products to make the process easy and reliable.  As a longtime user of their products, I was happy to see some of the new products and features unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show.  Like support for SATA drives and an easy data transfer kit to copy stuff from an old laptop to a new one.</description>
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  1347.   <pubDate>Fri, 23 Feb 2007 22:05:23 GMT</pubDate>
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  1350.   <title>New D-Link products for home and small office networks</title>
  1351.   <link></link>
  1352.   <description>As networks become more essential in the small office and in the home, you need fast, secure and easy-to-use hardware.  I’ve used D-LINK products for years for exactly those reasons. Three of the new products I like were being show at the Consumer Electronics Show.  In this interview, D-Link’s Mike Scott tells us about these components that will enhance your  home/small office network without requiring you to take classes and read manuals.</description>
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  1354.   <pubDate>Mon, 19 Feb 2007 00:15:01 GMT</pubDate>
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  1357.   <title>Don't use List Prices says pricing expert Elliot Ross</title>
  1358.   <link></link>
  1359.   <description>If you are in business - you have to be concerned with pricing.  Whether you sell a product or a service, whether you are brick &amp;amp; mortar or virtual or a combination, pricing is a crucial component of your success or failure.  Nobody wants to leave money on the table but you don’t want to lose a sale by being too high. Elliott Ross knows pricing.  The Great Lakes Geek caught up with him at a JCU EA event as Mr. Ross explains the pitfalls of list prices.</description>
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  1361.   <pubDate>Mon, 12 Feb 2007 21:15:37 GMT</pubDate>
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  1364.   <title>Scott Shutter, Division Brand Manager of AMD's Mobile Division</title>
  1365.   <link></link>
  1366.   <description>AMD and Intel have been competing for years on CPUs and other technology - all to the benefit of the industry and consumers. In this interview Scott Shutter, Division Brand Manager of AMD's Mobile Division, tells Dan Hanson (at the Riviera Hotel) about the ATI acquisition, Vista and about a combination CPU/GPU in the works.You will also hear about the mobile world - how mobile PCs compare to desktops and what users are looking for and how AMD is meeting those needs.
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  1369.   <pubDate>Sun, 04 Feb 2007 22:26:51 GMT</pubDate>
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  1372.   <title>Good Morning America's Robin Roberts on Women's Athletics</title>
  1373.   <link></link>
  1374.   <description>Good Morning America Anchor Robin Roberts emceed the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards and spoke of her long career in sports.  She told Dan Hanson her thoughts about the state of women’s athletics and what it will take to get equality with the men and why it’s not fair to compare the NBA and WNBA.</description>
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  1376.   <pubDate>Tue, 30 Jan 2007 21:55:53 GMT</pubDate>
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  1379.   <title>Windows Vista - Top Three Secret Favorite Features</title>
  1380.   <link></link>
  1381.   <description>Microsoft Windows Vista is being launched around the country and world.  There are numerous new and improved features.  Matt Hester from the Microsoft America Team and Dan Hanson, the Great Lakes Geek, each share their Top 3 favorite new features in the new OS - Bitlocker, Sideshow and Ready Boost for Dan and User Account Control, Search and Speech Recgonition for Matt.</description>
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  1383.   <pubDate>Wed, 24 Jan 2007 02:24:14 GMT</pubDate>
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  1386.   <title>Playaway - Books on Tape for the iPod age</title>
  1387.   <link></link>
  1388.   <description>Playaway is a digital audio book that you can buy or get at the library.  It is absolutely the easiest way to listen to content.  You don’t need anything else - no MP3 player, no earphones, no content.  Just plug in the included earphones, press a button and the book you selected will start playing.  Lots of great titles and the absolute easiest way to listen to content.</description>
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  1390.   <pubDate>Mon, 22 Jan 2007 01:25:49 GMT</pubDate>
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  1393.   <title>Jitterbug - the cell phone for the Jitterbug Generation</title>
  1394.   <link></link>
  1395.   <description>There is a large group of people who don’t care about camera phones or ringtones.  They want to make emergency calls and be able to see the buttons and hear the conversation. The Great Lakes Geek learned about a cell phone that does just that called Jitterbug when he was at CES in Las Vegas.</description>
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  1397.   <pubDate>Fri, 19 Jan 2007 01:40:25 GMT</pubDate>
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  1400.   <title>Bend it Like Beckham with the Lensbaby</title>
  1401.   <link></link>
  1402.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek hears about a new product for photographers at CES 2007.  If you have a Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera and want to ‘Bend it like Beckham’, check out the Lensbaby flexible camera lens.</description>
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  1404.   <pubDate>Sun, 14 Jan 2007 18:15:23 GMT</pubDate>
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  1407.   <title>Not just for Judy Jetson anymore - the Ojo VideoPhone </title>
  1408.   <link></link>
  1409.   <description>Ever since the New York World's Fair in 1964, helped along by the Jetsons, we have expected a useable, economical video phone.  The Great Lakes Geek learns about the new Ojo video phone live from the show floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas</description>
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  1411.   <pubDate>Sat, 13 Jan 2007 00:56:45 GMT</pubDate>
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  1414.   <title>Cleveland's Tech Czar look back at 2006 and forward to 2007</title>
  1415.   <link></link>
  1416.   <description>From tech companies moving in to dollars being invested and tech hubs being formed, 2006 was a successful year for tech in Cleveland.  Hear about some of the successes and what we can expect in 2007 – including the Best Damn Tech Show Period, directly from the Tech Czar, Mike DeAloia.</description>
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  1418.   <pubDate>Mon, 01 Jan 2007 19:52:56 GMT</pubDate>
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  1421.   <title>Jack Kahl - Succeeding in a Commodity Business - Duck Tape</title>
  1422.   <link></link>
  1423.   <description>In this Conversation with Kahl, Jack Kahl tells how to differentiate and succeed in what most of the world would consider a commodity business - selling duct tape (or in his case, Duck Tape).  He tells about a promise he made to Sam Walton and how keeping that promise made Duct Tape stand out from the other 160,000 SKUs at Wal-Mart.
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  1426.   <pubDate>Sun, 24 Dec 2006 20:44:36 GMT</pubDate>
  1427.  </item>
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  1429.   <title>Jack Kahl, Manco CEO, on Entrepreneurs</title>
  1430.   <link></link>
  1431.   <description>Entrepreneur Jack Kahl took a commodity tape business and turned it into a multi-million dollar, best-of-breed company. Along the way he learned valuable lessons about business - and people. In this series of Conversations with Kahl, Jack tells some of the lessons he learned in his rise to the top, recalls stories with business legend Sam Walton and others and gives advice to current and future entrepreneurs. </description>
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  1433.   <pubDate>Sun, 10 Dec 2006 00:48:33 GMT</pubDate>
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  1436.   <title>Cleveland Clinic Innovations with Chris Coburn</title>
  1437.   <link></link>
  1438.   <description>CCF Innovations is the Cleveland Clinic's technology commercialization arm with a mission to &quot;benefit the sick through the broad and rapid deployment of Cleveland Clinic technology.&quot; Chris Coburn leads CCF Innovations and has overseen the creation of hundreds of new inventions and about 20 new companies in the last 4 and ½ years. In this interview, Chris talks about the Clinic and about that ubiquitous buzzword “innovation” from the CCFI perspective.  He gives us a look inside this years Medical Summit and speakers, including the Top Ten Innovations of 2006, and a preview of the 2007 Summit which will feature a strong suit of the Cleveland Clinic - Cardiovascular.</description>
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  1440.   <pubDate>Sun, 10 Dec 2006 00:45:35 GMT</pubDate>
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  1443.   <title>What are you wearing?  Business fashion advice for guys</title>
  1444.   <link></link>
  1445.   <description>What you wear can drastically influence how people perceive you and how far you go in the business world.  It may not be fair but appearance does matter and all those cliches like never having a 2nd chance to make a first impression or dress for the job you want, not the job you have - are actually true.
  1446. &lt;br>In this interview, our expert  answers some nagging questions about men's business fashion and gives us some much needed pointers.</description>
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  1448.   <pubDate>Wed, 15 Nov 2006 22:06:26 GMT</pubDate>
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  1451.   <title>On-line Health Care - Pros and Cons from an early adopter</title>
  1452.   <link></link>
  1453.   <description>Health Care is a huge industry.  When you combine our increased demand for health care with the efficiencies of the Internet, you can see how On-line Health Care is going to be a large part of it.  Increased privacy, timeliness, lower costs and convenience are just a few of the benefits.  But is it safe?  Is it private?  The Great Lakes Geek spoke to an early adopter of online health care at the Cleveland Clinic 2006 Medical Innovation Summit.  </description>
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  1455.   <pubDate>Tue, 07 Nov 2006 23:39:49 GMT</pubDate>
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  1458.   <title>Important Numbers in Effective Web Site Design</title>
  1459.   <link></link>
  1460.   <description>There are certain numbers - like 404 and 301 - that are important to your website design, especially for B2C sites.  In this show, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) expert Jan Limpach explains these numbers and how to use them to improve your site.</description>
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  1462.   <pubDate>Fri, 27 Oct 2006 22:57:48 GMT</pubDate>
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  1465.   <title>Sharepoint Primer</title>
  1466.   <link></link>
  1467.   <description>Collaboration is one of the big buzzwords in the industry.  Teams working on documents and projects together.  There’s a lot of buzz about Microsoft Sharepoint - a tool for working collaboratively.  There’s also a lot of confusion about the product.  In this primer, Paul Stork answers  some of the basic questions about Sharepoint.</description>
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  1469.   <pubDate>Sat, 21 Oct 2006 23:17:49 GMT</pubDate>
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  1472.   <title>Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) 101</title>
  1473.   <link></link>
  1474.   <description>Since you are paying for a fast Internet connection already, why not leverage that and use it for your phones too?  Voice over Internet Protocol offers many advantages - more features, mobility and expandability and 30-45% cost savings but there are also concerns regarding reliability, 911 service and quality.  Today we’ll get the basics on Voice over Internet Protocol - VOIP 101.</description>
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  1476.   <pubDate>Thu, 12 Oct 2006 22:27:47 GMT</pubDate>
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  1479.   <title>Security with an industry expert</title>
  1480.   <link></link>
  1481.   <description>The Internet has opened up many doors but along with all this access come privacy and security concerns.  In this show, security expert Debbie Christofferson tells the Great Lakes Geek what’s changed and what hasn’t in the exploding world of security careers.</description>
  1482.   <enclosure url="" length="9935311" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1483.   <pubDate>Fri, 29 Sep 2006 23:03:01 GMT</pubDate>
  1484.  </item>
  1485.  <item>
  1486.   <title>Risk Takers and Change Agents with Gary Baney</title>
  1487.   <link></link>
  1488.   <description>In this interview, risk taker Gary Baney talks about business, academia, Cleveland, China and more.  And he’ll tell you about a new technology concerning the tokenization of thoughts as opposed to using words that would make business independent of language.  </description>
  1489.   <enclosure url="" length="15602162" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1490.   <pubDate>Wed, 13 Sep 2006 01:36:02 GMT</pubDate>
  1491.  </item>
  1492.  <item>
  1493.   <title>PC Magazine Editor and Alpha Geek Jim Louderback</title>
  1494.   <link></link>
  1495.   <description>PC Magazine Editor and Alpha Geek Jim Louderback tells Dan Hanson, the Great Lakes Geek, about the redesign of PC Mag, a virtual trade show and some cool new items.  Plus why the PC is no longer the center of tech in our everyday life. </description>
  1496.   <enclosure url="" length="9648567" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1497.   <pubDate>Fri, 18 Aug 2006 13:49:39 GMT</pubDate>
  1498.  </item>
  1499.  <item>
  1500.   <title>Crisis Communications</title>
  1501.   <link></link>
  1502.   <description>Crises in business are inevitable. Do you know what to do when things go wrong and the media is waiting for you?  If you don't have a crisis communications plan ready for this media-frenzied age, you and your company may face that unfortunate scenario one day of scurrying to hide from a camera crew.</description>
  1503.   <enclosure url="" length="11980660" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1504.   <pubDate>Tue, 08 Aug 2006 20:33:43 GMT</pubDate>
  1505.  </item>
  1506.  <item>
  1507.   <title>Windows Desktop Search</title>
  1508.   <link></link>
  1509.   <description>In this show, Microsoft's Matt Hester tells the Great Lakes Geek about the free Windows Desktop Search that lets you search your drive(s) as easily as you search the Internet.</description>
  1510.   <enclosure url="" length="13125091" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1511.   <pubDate>Tue, 01 Aug 2006 22:10:10 GMT</pubDate>
  1512.  </item>
  1513.  <item>
  1514.   <title>Geeks Love Databases - From Access to SQL Server</title>
  1515.   <link></link>
  1516.   <description>Access and similar desktop apps are great tools but as your needs grow you may need an enterprise server-based solution.  Bob Coppedge tells the Great Lakes Geek about SQL Server and gives tips for upgrading.</description>
  1517.   <enclosure url="" length="15634132" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1518.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Jul 2006 00:48:12 GMT</pubDate>
  1519.  </item>
  1520.  <item>
  1521.   <title>Teaching Tech Skills to Inner City Students</title>
  1522.   <link></link>
  1523.   <description>A lot of people would think it’s a hopeless task to try and teach technical skills, even server level stuff, to inner city high school students. But Dan McMillan from Glenville High School and other dedicated people like him have proven those doubters to be wrong.</description>
  1524.   <enclosure url="" length="8847797" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1525.   <pubDate>Thu, 27 Jul 2006 00:44:40 GMT</pubDate>
  1526.  </item>
  1527.  <item>
  1528.   <title>Cool Cleveland with Thomas Mulready</title>
  1529.   <link></link>
  1530.   <description>Can a city be cool?  Is Cleveland cool?  Thomas Mulready, founder of CoolCleveland, has 30,000 weekly subscribers who think so.  Thomas tells the Great Lakes Geek about Ingenuity Fest, how he defines cool and talks about Regionalism</description>
  1531.   <enclosure url="" length="17387932" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1532.   <pubDate>Sat, 08 Jul 2006 00:34:45 GMT</pubDate>
  1533.  </item>
  1534.  <item>
  1535.   <title>Higher Education is Big Business</title>
  1536.   <link></link>
  1537.   <description>Higher Education is a $2.2 billion industry in Northeast Ohio.  Dumont Owen explains organizations and resources exist to help you tap into this market - using interns or selling your products and services to the students who spend over 300 million each year.</description>
  1538.   <enclosure url="" length="14172931" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1539.   <pubDate>Sun, 02 Jul 2006 15:13:35 GMT</pubDate>
  1540.  </item>
  1541.  <item>
  1542.   <title>Doing Business in Ohio</title>
  1543.   <link></link>
  1544.   <description>If you are an Ohio Business or want to do business with an Ohio Business, the 50,000+ businesses in the OhioBiz database are a great way to start your online search</description>
  1545.   <enclosure url="" length="14921474" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1546.   <pubDate>Sat, 24 Jun 2006 23:09:42 GMT</pubDate>
  1547.  </item>
  1548.  <item>
  1549.   <title>Paul Stork live from Tech-Ed in Boston</title>
  1550.   <link></link>
  1551.   <description>Paul Stork reports live from the largest Microsoft partner and developer event of the year - Tech-Ed in Boston.  Learn what the next big thing might be.</description>
  1552.   <enclosure url="" length="7064628" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1553.   <pubDate>Sat, 17 Jun 2006 19:07:15 GMT</pubDate>
  1554.  </item>
  1555.  <item>
  1556.   <title>David Perry of Trend Micro speaks about Malware</title>
  1557.   <link></link>
  1558.   <description>International virus expert David Perry has been involved in malware since the first PC viruses were created.  In this interview, David tells the Great Lakes Geek how most malware is the product of organized crime – and what can be done about it.</description>
  1559.   <enclosure url="" length="10940013" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1560.   <pubDate>Sun, 11 Jun 2006 16:03:22 GMT</pubDate>
  1561.  </item>
  1562.  <item>
  1563.   <title>Manufacturing's Future  in the Rust Belt</title>
  1564.   <link></link>
  1565.   <description>From all the bad news you hear, you would think that manufacturing – in Cleveland, NEOhio, Ohio and even the US has been pretty much lost to China or other foreign economies. Becky Morgan, an expert in the manufacturing business, tells the Geek that the Rust Belt can rise again.</description>
  1566.   <enclosure url="" length="13689383" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1567.   <pubDate>Sat, 03 Jun 2006 21:06:31 GMT</pubDate>
  1568.  </item>
  1569.  <item>
  1570.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek meets World Music</title>
  1571.   <link></link>
  1572.   <description>Chris Koch of Num Num World Music suggests that we broaden our horizons and try listening to some different kinds of music.  Chris gives the geek suggestions for music in the office, while exercising and even some music for kids that may not drive adults crazy.</description>
  1573.   <enclosure url="" length="18509267" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1574.   <pubDate>Sun, 28 May 2006 00:07:02 GMT</pubDate>
  1575.  </item>
  1576.  <item>
  1577.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek gets Tivo for the website</title>
  1578.   <link></link>
  1579.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek learns how to look over your web visitor’s shoulders to see why things go wrong using TeaLeaf Technology.</description>
  1580.   <enclosure url="" length="5522797" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1581.   <pubDate>Sun, 21 May 2006 18:09:36 GMT</pubDate>
  1582.  </item>
  1583.  <item>
  1584.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek shifts into OverDrive</title>
  1585.   <link></link>
  1586.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek speaks with Steve Potash, CEO of OverDrive, the leading eBook company.  Steve talks about eBooks, audio and video content and DRM – Digital Rights Management.</description>
  1587.   <enclosure url="" length="15203992" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1588.   <pubDate>Sat, 13 May 2006 00:23:04 GMT</pubDate>
  1589.  </item>
  1590.  <item>
  1591.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek gets KO'd</title>
  1592.   <link></link>
  1593.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek speaks with Connie Atkins, the Executive Director of the Consortium of African American Organizations (CAAO).  </description>
  1594.   <enclosure url="" length="12440886" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1595.   <pubDate>Mon, 08 May 2006 19:49:24 GMT</pubDate>
  1596.  </item>
  1597.  <item>
  1598.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek and Bill Priemer, COO of Hyland Software</title>
  1599.   <link></link>
  1600.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek speaks with Bill Priemer, the COO of Hyland Software, about OnBase Software and how a tech company thrives in a non-traditional locale – Cleveland, Ohio not Silicon Valley.</description>
  1601.   <enclosure url="" length="17305137" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1602.   <pubDate>Sat, 29 Apr 2006 22:27:21 GMT</pubDate>
  1603.  </item>
  1604.  <item>
  1605.   <title>Microsoft Office 12 Preview</title>
  1606.   <link></link>
  1607.   <description>The next version of Mircosoft Office will be out in early 2007.  In this show you will learn about the new ribbon interface, upgrade issues, XML and file formats  and open source alternatives.</description>
  1608.   <enclosure url="" length="7254877" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1609.   <pubDate>Sun, 23 Apr 2006 17:46:19 GMT</pubDate>
  1610.  </item>
  1611.  <item>
  1612.   <title>Shooting at Case Western Reserve University</title>
  1613.   <link></link>
  1614.   <description>Paul Stork was trapped in his office when a gunman entered the Peter B. Lewis Building at Case Western Reserve University and opened fire.  Paul tells the Great Lakes Geek how technology helped him get through the night.</description>
  1615.   <enclosure url="" length="3753221" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1616.   <pubDate>Sun, 23 Apr 2006 17:43:49 GMT</pubDate>
  1617.  </item>
  1618.  <item>
  1619.   <title>Talking Baseball with Cleveland Indians owner Larry Dolan</title>
  1620.   <link></link>
  1621.   <description>In this fan-to-fan episode, Cleveland Indians owner Larry Dolan tells Dan Hanson about Chief Wahoo, small-market teams, the greatest Indian ever and how past stars would do against modern players.  </description>
  1622.   <enclosure url="" length="10913274" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1623.   <pubDate>Sat, 15 Apr 2006 23:56:23 GMT</pubDate>
  1624.  </item>
  1625.  <item>
  1626.   <title>Cathy Panzica and the Great Lakes Geek</title>
  1627.   <link></link>
  1628.   <description>When attorney Cathy Panzica returned to Cleveland after 15 years in London she was dismayed at the state of the City.  While many would have merely complained – after all, you can’t fight City Hall – Cathy decided to make some changes, revolutionary changes, in town.</description>
  1629.   <enclosure url="" length="27305544" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1630.   <pubDate>Sat, 08 Apr 2006 23:57:40 GMT</pubDate>
  1631.  </item>
  1632.  <item>
  1633.   <title>Jennifer Thomas from the Civic Innovation Lab</title>
  1634.   <link></link>
  1635.   <description>Have an innovative idea?  The Civic Innovation Lab will give you guidance from expert mentors and up to $30,000 to turn the idea you are passionate about into a reality that positively impacts the economy of Cleveland.  Learn more as the Great Lakes Geek interviews Lab Director Jennifer Thomas.</description>
  1636.   <enclosure url="" length="14453400" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1637.   <pubDate>Sun, 02 Apr 2006 23:39:47 GMT</pubDate>
  1638.  </item>
  1639.  <item>
  1640.   <title>The Geek and Plain Dealer Technology Reporter Henry Gomez </title>
  1641.   <link></link>
  1642.   <description>How does a self-proclaimed “pop culture Renaissance Man” from Boardman Ohio become the Technology Reporter at Ohio’s largest newspaper?  In this episode, the Great Lakes Geek turns the microphone around and interviews Plain Dealer Technology Reporter Henry Gomez.</description>
  1643.   <enclosure url="" length="19264438" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1644.   <pubDate>Fri, 24 Mar 2006 18:12:11 GMT</pubDate>
  1645.  </item>
  1646.  <item>
  1647.   <title>The Software Patent Istitute - what it means to you</title>
  1648.   <link></link>
  1649.   <description>Rollie Cole, Executive Director of the SPI, tells the Great Lakes Geek that when you consider the number of patent applications filed and the number of examiners available, the examiners have about 7 hours to look at a patent application.  That's not very much time for complicated technology.  </description>
  1650.   <enclosure url="" length="15071928" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1651.   <pubDate>Sun, 19 Mar 2006 23:03:14 GMT</pubDate>
  1652.  </item>
  1653.  <item>
  1654.   <title>Can you hear me now?  Advice from an expert Audiologist on MP3 players</title>
  1655.   <link></link>
  1656.   <description>
  1657. &lt;br>Cleveland Clinic Audiologist Dr Craig Newman tells the Great Lakes Geek about the possible hearing damage from overloud and overlong listening to iPods and other MP3 players and offers a rule of thumb to prevent such damage.
  1658. &lt;br></description>
  1659.   <enclosure url="" length="5888652" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1660.   <pubDate>Mon, 13 Mar 2006 20:52:24 GMT</pubDate>
  1661.  </item>
  1662.  <item>
  1663.   <title>Windows Vista Preview with the Great Lakes Geek</title>
  1664.   <link></link>
  1665.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek speaks with Microsoft Technology Specialist Brian Gorbett to get a preview of the next release of Windows – called Vista.
  1666. &lt;br>Vista should be on the shelves by the end of 2006 so learn and plan now.
  1667. &lt;br></description>
  1668.   <enclosure url="" length="14751515" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1669.   <pubDate>Tue, 07 Mar 2006 16:38:10 GMT</pubDate>
  1670.  </item>
  1671.  <item>
  1672.   <title>The Great lakes Geek meets Hard Hatted Women</title>
  1673.   <link></link>
  1674.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek wonders why boys and girls have the same interest and aptitude in math and science till about age 13 and why so few women are in the lucrative IT world.  Is there a Silicon Ceiling?
  1675. &lt;br>
  1676. &lt;br>Then the Geek speaks to 4 Hard-Hatted Women and learns how their organization  helps women in and into non-traditional careers including training for A+ certification for the IT world and Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems
  1677. &lt;br>(MEMS)
  1678. &lt;br></description>
  1679.   <enclosure url="" length="15486542" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1680.   <pubDate>Tue, 28 Feb 2006 17:04:38 GMT</pubDate>
  1681.  </item>
  1682.  <item>
  1683.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek and Virtual Machines</title>
  1684.   <link></link>
  1685.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek discusses Virtual Machines with Paul Stork.  They explain what a Virtual Machine is, why you and/or your company would want one and the two main players in the market - Microsoft and VMware.</description>
  1686.   <enclosure url="" length="10855122" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1687.   <pubDate>Thu, 23 Feb 2006 01:27:03 GMT</pubDate>
  1688.  </item>
  1689.  <item>
  1690.   <title>He'll always have Cleveland</title>
  1691.   <link></link>
  1692.   <description>The Great Lakes Geek speaks with award-winning writer Les Roberts, famous for the Milan Jacovich detective novels.  In this interview, Les tells us why he chose Cleveland, details about Milan and how writing is the ultimate entrepreneurial venture. </description>
  1693.   <enclosure url="" length="12998896" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1694.   <pubDate>Thu, 16 Feb 2006 15:35:51 GMT</pubDate>
  1695.  </item>
  1696.  <item>
  1697.   <title>Wham with the rigth hand!</title>
  1698.   <link></link>
  1699.   <description>Joe Tait's booming voice is well-known to fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
  1700. &lt;br>
  1701. &lt;br>His tenure as &quot;Voice of the Cavs&quot; goes back to the first year of the team and includes the Miracle of Richfield, The Shot and now the LeBron James era.
  1702. &lt;br>
  1703. &lt;br>In this interview, Joe talks about the Miracle of Richfield, why he prefers Radio to TV, the early days with coach Bill Fitch and his signature lines like &quot;Wham with the right hand!&quot;
  1704. &lt;br></description>
  1705.   <enclosure url="" length="4668788" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1706.   <pubDate>Sat, 11 Feb 2006 00:43:12 GMT</pubDate>
  1707.  </item>
  1708.  <item>
  1709.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek talks to the Director of NEOSA, Brad Nellis</title>
  1710.   <link></link>
  1711.   <description>Dan Hanson, the Great Lakes Geek,  talks about a national organization of regional IT groups – CRITA – and then interviews the new director of Neosa, Brad Nellis.  Brad talks about his vision for Neosa and how it is evolving from its creation in 1998 by Jim Cookinham.</description>
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  1713.   <pubDate>Wed, 08 Feb 2006 16:10:02 GMT</pubDate>
  1714.  </item>
  1715.  <item>
  1716.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek does Search Engine Optimization - Part 3</title>
  1717.   <link></link>
  1718.   <description>In this episode, the Great Lakes Geek tells how Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a lot like Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand theory from his 1776 classic The Wealth of Nations. He then concludes the 3-part series of interviews with heavy hitters in the SEO world with Jan Limpach.  Jan was also named the greatest slot car champion of the 20th Century</description>
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  1720.   <pubDate>Wed, 01 Feb 2006 19:57:54 GMT</pubDate>
  1721.  </item>
  1722.  <item>
  1723.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek Show - SEO2</title>
  1724.   <description>In this episode, the Great Lakes Geek continues the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) primer and tells why you just can’t count on Google or any other search directory. He then interviews another heavy hitter in the SEO world – Jeff Rohrs of Optiem.</description>
  1725.   <enclosure url="" length="9383090" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1726.   <pubDate>Tue, 24 Jan 2006 01:11:20 GMT</pubDate>
  1727.  </item>
  1728.  <item>
  1729.   <title>The Great Lakes Geek does Search Engine Optimization</title>
  1730.   <link></link>
  1731.   <description>In this episode, the Great Lakes Geek defines Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and tells why this process is so important in driving traffic to your web site.  He then interviews one of the heavy hitters in the SEO world – Sage Lewis of</description>
  1732.   <enclosure url="" length="8496685" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1733.   <pubDate>Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:45:44 GMT</pubDate>
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