Lets's Talk Computers - Expert Software
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On the air since 1989, Let's Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows.  Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio to stations across the United States and to colleges and universities everywhere. Any of our current and past interviews can also be heard anytime anywhere via the Internet.

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November 21, 1998 Show:   Topic: The Game Zone  Guest: Ken Currier
Check out the newest bridge circle or poker buddies. The Internet Game Zone is a wild place to be.

Ken Currier, CEO of , brings you up-to-speed with playing online. With a cool, new site and new games going online constantly, you'll never get bored!
Listen To Expert SoftwareNovember 21, 1998 interview
June 6, 1998 Show:   Topic: Affordable Fun  Guest: Ken Currier

has a full range of affordable software for the home or small business user. This segment deals with Expert's inexpensive home series. Find out from Expert Software's Ken Currier why these programs are so popular.
Listen To Expert SoftwareJune 6, 1998 interview
August 9, 1997 Show:   Topic: Children's Software  Guest: Tim Ochipa

Listen To Expert SoftwareAugust 9, 1997 interview
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