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Computer Talk Audio Links
OK, I admit it, I am a Computer Talk Radio
Junkie (or geek if you prefer). Over the past few years I have come
across many Computer Talk Shows that stream over the internet. In
addition many provide archives of previous shows. I find many of
these shows both entertaining and informative. I have compiled the
following to make a concise list of available audio
In compiling this list I have checked each link to insure it was
valid at the time. I do periodically check the archived show, but
find it almost impossible to verify all the shows that stream live.
Some stations have temporarily discontinued streaming due to union
disputes relating to licensing agreements and other mandated
regulations. I have omitted these stations from my list and will
add them as soon as I become aware of the resumed streaming.
Due to the nature of the radio business it is difficult to keep
a list like this up to date. Please report any dead links that are
discovered, new shows, or shows that have resumed streaming on
line. You can use the comments box to the left to e-mail the
information. I would also appreciate input about any shows you are
aware of that I have not included in this list. If you would like
to comment on any of the shows listed or talk about your favorites,
Guestbook for those comments and critiques. I'm sure other fans
of this type of programing will find the information helpful. .
Positive and negative feedback is appreciated. You may also comment
about my site in general. The comments box can be used for this
I have broken down this list with the
links to the left by Weekday, Saturday, Sunday,
Please take the time to post your local on my
Guestmap where you can post a pin showing where you are
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Many people have discovered my site
searching for stations that air The Kim
Komando Show. I have compiled a listing of stations that
broadcast and some that stream the syndicated computer show. Some
radio stations that stream do not stream syndicated shows though,
and I have not been able to verify each one. The listing is done by
state, listing the station and the local time the show is aired. If
any of the information is inaccurate or you are aware of omissions
please use the e-mail form on the left to let me know.
Growing in popularity over the past few
months has been Podcasting. For an explanation of Podcasting go to
Information. The page includes links to some of the available
software, podcast directories, as well as an audio clip form WNYC's
Leonard Lopate Show where a "Please Explain" segment dealt with
I have added a page I call 'You scratch my back, I scratch yours'. The page
is a compilation of links to other web sites. It is made up of
other web sites that have been kind enough to provide links to my
site, and I feel it is about time I return the favor.