GSATC Presents – Cybercrime, the Internet, and you… #GSATC #Greenville #CyberCrime #Security

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Are you involved with GSA Technology Council? If so, you already know all about this. If not, here’s a Greenville event that many people will find informative (stolen from their email sent out earlier today): Cybercrime, the Internet, and you… The current state of the art in Cybercrime <<First Name>>Andrew Grafton, FBI Agent, will discuss current and past cyber cases, …

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Bovinova 2011 made it into the Wall Street Journal!

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A group of creative and daring Greenville / Upstate, SC individuals spent thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of time to bring us Bovinova 2011… What was it?  It was BIG!  Here’s a Wall Street Journal video that details it:  (Vegetarians and Vegans may want to skip this. hahah)   Alas, no mention of The Dockside Band playing, but …

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Augen Android 2.1 tablet computer available from K-Mart for $150 – iPad killer?

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The Androids are coming, the Androids are coming! A few posts ago I talked about the number of portable tablet computers / pads that are coming on the market. Yesterday I took Scott’s Android pad to a Greenville meeting spot (Halfway to Habana) where we gather on Thursdays for fun and fellowship – nobody seemed too impressed with the device …

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