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Michigan Movie Director Bret Miller

Show Biz Weekly
February 12, 2016 1:45 PM

Taylor Kelsaw and Michael McCallum have a discussion about the connection that the performers across Michigan have and the community that has developed. They are working with each other more and more, and narrowing those six-degrees-of-separation. One of the new generation of directors is Bret Miller. Bret is a director who came out of Michigan State University with his first feature "Some Are Born". He describes taking previously written material and developing it into the vision of a film, starting it while a senior in college. Bret describes the plot of that movie, and how that movie has done out on the awards circuit, and film festivals, and where it has been distributed.
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How to Safeguard Your Business from Phishing Tactics!

Bottom Line IT
February 11, 2016 6:00 PM

The best remedies a company can put in place start with education and teaching what to look for and what not to do. Morey Haber, vice president of Technology, BeyondTrust, lists some of the gotchas that should make your employees back away from the incoming email. Erik and Amy discuss these phishing tactics in-depth and what your business can do to safeguard against them.

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Activist Hacker Group, Anonymous, Launches Flint Operation

Bottom Line IT
February 11, 2016 4:00 PM

The State of Michigan has stepped up its cyber security alert level, and the Michigan State Police are investigating, after the activist hacker group, Anonymous, launched a Flint operation and called for Gov. Rick Snyder to be charged with "voluntary or involuntary manslaughter," according to postings on the Internet and social media. The Flint water crisis is the reason for the reaction for Anonymous, and they typically incorporate tactics to knock websites offline.

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Password Rules of Recent Past Now Obsolete

Bottom Line IT
February 11, 2016 3:00 PM

After cracking a list of passwords leaked to the Darknet in 2015, two observations were immediately clear; people have taken classic password creation advice to heart, but no one has taught them that technology has rendered it obsolete.

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Interview with Cast Members of a Winter Play at DeWitt High School

Students United: Mobile Minds Flipping Society
February 11, 2016 2:30 PM

Jason LaFay interviews cast members of the play, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, a famous abstract and interactive show which remains the longest-running show in Chicago, that will be presented by students at DeWitt High School.

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How to Keep People Like NSA hacker Chief Out of Your Systems

Bottom Line IT
February 11, 2016 2:00 PM

Rob Joyce, the nation’s hacker-in-chief, took up the ironic task of telling a roomful of computer security professionals and academics how to keep people like him and his elite corps out of their systems.

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Influence the Influencers and Decision Makers in Michigan!

Leadership Low Down
February 11, 2016 2:00 PM

Stephanie Johnson influences the influencers, the decision makers in Michigan. She understands that nothing of significance occurs outside of relationships. Stephanie Johnson is a lobbyist, with KRKM in Lansing Michigan, one of the state capitol's most influential Public Relations and Lobbying firms.

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Restaurant Owners Share the Leadership Tips that Helped Them Succeed

Leadership Low Down
February 11, 2016 1:04 PM

Dr. Phil speaks with Al Hooper, Aaron Matthews, and Sam Short, owners of Zoobies Old Town Tavern, in Lansing, MI. Each tells us about their backgrounds and what lead them to where they are today. They have recently been featured in this great business article, click here for the article.

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Something to Think About - "Out of Sight, Out of Mind?"

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 9:00 PM

The topic in Something to Think About is "Out of Sight, Out of Mind." We have now had a series of Republican and Democrat debates. One topic that seems to have been overlooked is the federal deficit and resulting debt. Rather, we have seen a variety of new program proposals from the candidates that will have a dramatic effect on both. Why has the topic been ignored? Is it because it is easier to campaign on increasing benefits or spending more money than it is to promise fiscal restraint, eliminating government waste and ineffective programs, or by chance, launching entitlement reforms?

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A Look Ahead - Laboratory Developed Hamburgers and Sausages and More!

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 7:56 PM

Several startups are racing to be the first to fill US consumers’ plates with laboratory developed hamburgers and sausages that taste just as good as the kind from cattle and pigs.

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