Monday, January 23

Music Monday: How Much Is That Proggy In The Window

by Scott Lydon

Happy Music Monday! Prog isn't just for white guys who came of age in the 1970s, though. It's for everybody! Today Scott will attempt to prove it. Maybe you'll agree, maybe you won't. We'll see.

Asia - Only Time Will Tell


Even people who don't know prog know this song. Some people who know prog don't like calling it prog, since it was a hit. But for a lot of people, this was the gateway into a whole new type of rock. Even if it did happen while roller skating.

Want to defend the good name of prog? Here just to tell Scott how useless he is? Hit up the comments now! Everyone else, four more songs to come.

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Saturday, January 21


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Tuesday, January 17

The Debunker: Are Apple Products Really "Virus-Proof"?

by Ken Jennings

January 1, 2017 isn't just New Year's Day… it's also the Internet's 34rd birthday. On January 1, 1983, all the computer systems on the ARPANET, created by the Department of Defense in 1969, were required to switch over to the TCP/IP network protocol that it still uses today, giving birth to the Internet as we know it. But how well do we know it? Onetime computer programmer (and Jeopardy! computer victim) Ken Jennings is here to do a complete systems update on all the Digital Age spam in your mental inbox.

The Debunker: Are Apple Products Really "Virus-Proof"?

Fans of Apple devices are a proud and loyal bunch, and for years they've been a little smug about the barrage of viruses and other malware faced by the less fortunate among us who use Windows machines. They thought their beloved Macs were virus-proof, and Apple was happy to let them go right on believing that. "It doesn't get PC viruses!" bragged one Macintosh ad campaign. At best, this is like saying that oak trees don't get Dutch elm disease: technically true, but suspiciously silent on other, oak-specific diseases.

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Monday, January 16

Music Monday: TV Rockers

by Scott Lydon

Happy Music Monday! It used to be that being on TV made you famous nationwide. It used to be that recording a hit record did the same thing. So it was only natural there would be some crossover between TV and Pop Star, right? Today Scott's gathered five TV heroes of yore and their music. And now, you must watch and listen. YOU MUST.

David Soul - Don't Give Up On Us


David Soul was on Starsky & Hutch. He was Starsky. Or maybe Hutch. It's been a long time. Also, he had a hit single. Pretty good, right? I certainly think so.

Thankfully for Scott, there are plenty of other TV actors with recording careers too. You'll see four more, coming right up!

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