Welcome everyone, to the TPN Weekly Episode #58, the Memorial Day edition, for the week of May 31st, 2010.
Well it’s Memorial Day here in the States and we are all remembering those who lost their lives while serving in the American armed forces. I’m Norbert Davis, host of the Totally Cool Tech Podcast. I also happen to be a veteran of the first Gulf War and served in the United States Marine Corps.
I’ll be your Host this week for the TPN Weekly podcast. The Techpodcasts.com Network is The Premier Network for Tech Podcasts and Videocasts. TPN Weekly Podcast gives you a sampling of the many Techpodcasts.com Network shows each week, and you can find my show, The Totally Cool Tech Podcast at www.totallycooltech.com or www.tctpodcast.com.
If you are not familiar with the Totally Cool Tech podcast, and the premise of this podcast is that you don’t, let me give you an idea of what you will find over on my show. The best way I can really describe the Totally Cool Tech Podcast is with my tag line – “Bringing you the Hottest in Cool Tech. No matter if its Old School or New School, High Tech or Low Tech, its all still, Cool Tech”. And that is what I try to deliver twice a week. I look for unique things; something cool, new, or off the beaten path. Even old technologies that are being used to do something new is considered Cool Tech. I put the podcast out on Sundays and Wednesdays. So with that being said, let me give you an example of what you would get on my show!
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On Today’s Episode:
I’m gonna give you some examples of Old School Tech and New School Tech and how they are saving lives.
- GPS Equipped Shoes for Alzheimer Patients – $200 to $300 (via PHYSORG), with monthly tracking available for $22.95 to $39.95.
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