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A Super Sunday

Super Bowl and super scams. What do shoes and phones now have in common? And would you believe?! It doesn't have anything to do with Agent 86.

Hour 1:
The latest on the MyDoom worm. How is the government trying to help clean up cyberspace? (Your tax dollars at work - spammers beware!) Jennifer's excited about a reading game. Anybody going phishing? We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Hour 2:
More scams and very scary cell phones. Survival of the icey-est. What does Microsoft have against a teen named Mike? And has anybody seen Yoda? We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Hour 3:
What have the big mice lost? A new hit for Tom Clancy, and another one that's problematic. Show your friends your dance skills! Why can' t Max exercise? We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.


Links mentioned in show:
Free worm removal programs (caution - MyDoom.B may keep you from getting these) - www.sarc.com, vil.nai.com/vil/stinger, www.trendmicro.com/download/dcs.asp
sign up for federal cyber alerts, Mike Rowe's site, Punxsutawney Phil, flushable toilet brushes, disposable DVDs, game that uses GPS, game that uses sunlight, Bowflex recall, Discovery Kids Pottery Wheel recall, K'nex Pump Up Racers recall, Ted Nugent sells coffee

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