Monday, April 28, 2008

Social Networking Links for Your Day listeners

On today's edition of Your Day, we talked about some of my favorite social networking tools.

Below are some links of the places we talked about:

Phil Yanov on Facebook:

  • Phil Yanov's Facebook profile

Become a Fan of the Your Day page on Facebook:


LinkedIn Professional Networking:

  • View Phil Yanov's profile on LinkedIn

Twitter:

  • On Twitter, I go by my professional monicker, ThinkHammer

Jaiku:

  • I think Jaiku is prettier than Twitter, but there aren't as many people on the service. Still, I like it and think they have some interesting technology for mobile devices that might give them a boost eventually. Again on Jaiku, I am known as Thinkhammer.

Here is a bonus:

  • I discovered Friendfeed after we did the recording. If you care to add me to your list, I use my name Yanov on that service.

I hope these are useful to you. I hope you'll listen in again on Wednesday as we discuss digital cameras and photography.

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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Podcast: January Live Show - A little bit of everything.

A live call-in hour on consumer electronics, the Internet, and other technologies hosted by Eric Rodgers and Phil Yanov, executive director of the GSA Technology Council and Blogger at Thinkhammer. This show aired across the state of South Carolina on January 16, 2008:



via: Your Day

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Podcast: Saving "Real World" money with websites

In this turnabout is fair play segment of Your Day Tech, Phil Yanov interviews Eric Rogers about the super saver websites he uses to save big money when he goes into real world stores. Eric says he can save 90% off the retail price of some items...



We talk about:


We're live on Wednesday!

qv: Your Day

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Monday, January 14, 2008

Podcast: Free Tech Support for Your Day Tech Listeners

It's January 14th, and today Eric and I will be talking about the great "real world" deals you can get by doing your research and using some great sites on the web. (If you missed it, be sure to check back here for the podcast.)

If you missed our December Live Call-In show, you can click on the link below and listen now. Be sure to listen to us live again this Wednesday, January, 16.



We talk about the OLPC (One Laptop per Child) XO Laptop (http://www.laptop.org)

We also suggested you check out Ubuntu Linux (http://www.ubuntu.com/) as a free alternative to your paid for operating systems. It can be fun. It's free and it's got a lot of educational opportunities.


Listen: Next Live Call-In is January 16, 2008 (where / how)

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Friday, November 23, 2007

Podcast: Technology Edition of Your Day - November

Thinking about a new TV, digital camera, or ways to get more out of that HD TV you already bought? We take calls from across the states of North and South Carolina as people ask their questions in advance of their Black Friday shopping sprees. Learn how to get better quality HD TV for free. Listen to the podcast:

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

We're Live! (Ask your burning tech questions.)

WEDNESDAY, November 21, 2007

A live call-in hour on the Internet and related technologies. Eric Rodgers hosts Internet expert and blogger Phil Yanov, founder and executive director of the GSA Technology Council. Listeners can call in via the tollfree number 888-539-8859 to ask questions about using the Internet, computers, new digital devices, and related topics.

We're live from Noon until 1 PM on WEPR 90.1 FM and we stream live on the web.

Where else might you listen?
  • 89.3 Charleston
  • 90.1 Greenville / Spartanburg
  • 91.3 Columbia
  • 88.1 Sumter / Columbia
  • 89.1 Aiken /Augusta
  • 89.9 Beaufort / Hilton Head
  • 90.1 Conway / Myrtle Beach

qv: Your Day

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Thursday, August 09, 2007

Welcome Your Day listeners -- this way to Google Streets Post

If you are first visiting this blog because you heard today's segment on Your Day about Google Streets, then you may want to read this longer post over at the ThinkHammer Blog which was the genesis of today's radio segment.


qv: [ThinkHammer Blog]

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Your Day on the streets with Google Earth

We'll be taking to the streets with Google Earth in a recorded segment that will air on Your Day for August 9th.

The complete rundown:

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 2007
Climate change and the forestry industry.
Donna London, Director of the Jim Self Center on the Future, talks with ecologist Dr. Steven McNulty of the Global Change Research Program.

A visit to Pattison’s Academy. Bob Schuster travels to Pattison’s Academy, a camp for children with multiple disabilities located in Charleston, SC, to talk with Executive Director Pam Sloat, physical therapist Cindy Dodds, teacher Kimberly Wilson, and volunteer Jack Callahan. For more information call 843-849-6707.

Seeing the streets on Google Earth. Eric Rodgers talks with Phil Yanov, executive director of the GSA Technology Council and president of Thinkhammer Communications about the latest version of Google Earth from Google Labs. On Wednesday, August 15, Eric and Phil will be live on Your Day to take listeners’ questions about the Internet and other technologies.

Cooking with a chef. Abbeville County Extension Agent Rhonda Matthews talks with Dr. Marge Condrasky of Clemson’s Food Science and Human Nutrition Department about two culinary education programs involving chefs and nutritionists designed to help individuals and families cook and eat more healthful snacks and meals.


Need more? Visit Your Day.

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Monday, April 16, 2007

How do you convert Hi8 and VHS to DVD?


We recently received the following question:



Hi guys, computer question...

I have an iMac 24", with a 2.16Ghz Duo 2 processor and 1 GB of memory and am not sure what is available or what to purchase.

Minimally, I want to capture segments from my Hi8 camcorder and VHS VCR, then burn to DVD. In addition I'd like to capture still frames from either camera or vcr and print as still pictures.

It's all those early kid pictures and movies. What would you recommend?

Andy


Want to hear the answer? Well, be sure to listen to today's technology segment on Your Day.


Your Day is broadcast across the state of South Carolina via ETV Radio.


In the upstate of South Carolina, listen to WEPR 90.1 FM at noon.


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Monday, January 15, 2007

Double the fun on Wednesday

We've got the full hour on the radio this Wednesday. Given everything that's been going on, I am sure we'll need it. Of course, the bulk of the time is calls from you.

An excerpt from the official Press Release:
CLEMSON -- The following "Your Day" radio programs from Clemson University Radio Productions are scheduled to air on South Carolina ETV Radio for the week of January 15, 2007. The program airs from noon to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Listeners can call in during a "live” show by using the toll-free phone number: 1-888-539-8859.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2007
A live call-in hour on the Internet and related technologies.
Eric Rodgers hosts Internet expert and blogger Phil Yanov, executive director of the GSA Technology Council and president of Thinkhammer Communications. Listeners can call in via the tollfree number 888-539-8859 to ask questions about using the Internet, computers, new digital devices, and related topics.
The show airs on all of the Public Radio Stations in South Carolina, including WEPR 90.1 FM in Greenville, SC.

If you care to send us a question in advance, you can always use this link or one of the others on this page.

qv: Your Day

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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Your Day Christmas Card!


Phil Yanov and Eric Rodgers pose for their Christmas Portrait with a bit of help from the captioner tool at BigHugeLabs.com.

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What do cops, calamari, and computers have to do with your lunch?

Cops, Calamari, and computers are the three topics covered on Your Day, today at noon on the South Carolina Public Radio Network. Phil Yanov and Eric Rodgers will be taking your calls in the second half of the show.

The full rundown of the show is blogged here.

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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

We're taking calls on December 14

I have got to come up with a better way to let you know when to listen to Your Day. Until then, I'll be posting periodic reminders here.

This is the complete rundown for the December 14, 2006 episode of Your Day. In upstate South Carolina, listen on 90.1 FM, WEPR.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006
An award-winning police annex.
Donna London, Director of the Jim Self Center on the Future talks with Mayor Andy Ingram of Cheraw, SC, about a new police annex that won an achievement award from the Municipal Association of South Carolina.

Grilled Stuffed Calamari.
Libby Hoyle, Extension Food and Nutrition Specialist in the Department of Packaging Science at Clemson University visits the kitchen of Roberts of Charleston and talks with Chef Robert Dickson and his daughter Chef MariElena Raya.

A live call-in segment on the Internet and related technologies. Eric Rodgers hosts Internet expert and blogger Phil Yanov, executive director of the GSA Technology Council and president of Thinkhammer Communications. Listeners can call in via the tollfree number 888-539-8859 to ask questions about using the Internet, computers, new digital devices, and related topics during the second half of Your Day.
As Dyana Daniels says, we'll be taking your calls about the Internet, cell phones, gps, HD-TV, and computers. Give us a call.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

We'll be LIVE on November 20

Due to scheduling conflicts previously mentioned, we have been wiggling about a bit on the schedule for our Live radio call in segments. This is a reminder that the next one will be next Monday. Below is an excerpt from the official Press Release:

The following "Your Day" radio programs from Clemson University Radio Productions are scheduled to air on South Carolina ETV Radio for the week of November 20, 2006. The program airs from noon to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Listeners can call in during a "live” show by using the toll-free phone number: 1-888-539-8859.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2006

A sea change in Congress. Dr. Bob Becker, Director of the Strom Thurmond Institute on Government and Public Affairs at Clemson University looks at the historical precedents and possible implications of the midterm elections with Dr. Adam Warber, a professor in the Clemson University Political Science Department.

Berkeley County Blueways. Bob Schuster talks with Berkeley County Supervisor Jim Rozier about the Blueways, a 175 mile system of kayak and canoe trails.

A live call-in segment on the Internet and related technologies. Eric Rodgers hosts Internet expert and blogger Phil Yanov, executive director of the GSA Technology Council. Listeners can call in via the tollfree number 888-539-8859 to ask questions about using the Internet, computers, new digital devices, and related topics during the second half of Your Day.

Mark your calendar and give us a call!

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