Breaking News, Recent Shows - posted on April 29, 2013 by

4/29: Telephasic Workshop

talkradio

talkradioLast year, comedian Patton Oswalt noted that, when it comes to our so-called smart phones, many of us are “holding more film making technology than Orson Welles had when he filmed Citizen Kane.” And now with the discovery of Alexander Graham Bell’s voice, we have to wonder what he would think about his invention today: Is it a giant leap for mankind or the ultimate electronic tether that users never leave home without? Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis starts the new week by dialing up a ‘Telephony Of Destruction‘!

Comments

Linda Barnett

This article reminds me of how someone just jumped
Into my WiFi stream not so long ago and managed to
Put porn on my screen all of a sudden when I was on
The Before It’s News website. Our WiFi is passworded,
Of course, and impossible to just guess. I don’t know
If this was the government or a hacker, or just another
Person’s WiFi bleeding through to mine.

We have some weird processes on android, too, that
I have been looking at, and they appear and disappear
For no particular reason. This is all extremely creepy.
One is called dsmlawmo and when I froze it, it made
No difference on my tablet. Then there is drop box,
which seems to be some sort of govt front.

Best not to put ANYTHING on the computer that
Cannot end up on a cloud somewhere.

Linda Barnett

Hey folks I just guessed who the female bomber is—
LA femme Nikita !!! :<)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *