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Saying Boo! to Gadgets for Ghouls and Boys

It's getting frightfully close to Halloween. Jennifer keeps us in the spirit with some spooky stuff.

Hour 1:
Does your car run Windows? An iPod car adapter for the rest of us. The latest in WiFi and VoIP. The hottest – and smallest – new computers. Music news and free music for a lucky listener. 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:
What’s on your holiday shopping list? Are your VCR’s days numbered? Lucky gamers get a sneak peek. Jennifer joins us for a spooky Cookie’s Corner and we give away another iTunes certificate. 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:
A new way to study for the SATs. Who’s jamming and who says it’s illegal? Staying safe on public computers. We talk to Kevin Ford from Parliant about PhoneValet. And what about those iPod rumors? 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.

Kid's Web of the Week:

www.halloweenkids.com

Links mentioned in show:

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, universal car iPod adapter, new Macs, OQO Model 01 pocket computer, Office update for Mac, update to Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 for Mac, update to Black Hawk Down for Mac, Pokemon Games, Billboard Digital Entertainment Awards, Arizona Humane Society, Parliant - makers of PhoneValet for Mac, TV-B-Gone keychain remote

Lunar eclipse: Calculate best viewing times, eclipse cam, Astronomy for kids

Halloween links: Crafts for kids, pumpkin tips, icards and other stuff

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