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Thursday, April 2

1427994000 Tech News Today
1427997600 Know How...
1428003000 Marketing Mavericks
1428008400 Home Theater Geeks
1428015600 Tech News 2Night
1428017400 The Giz Wiz

Friday, April 3

1428080400 Tech News Today
1428084000 This Week in Law
1428094800 Before You Buy
1428102000 Tech News 2Night
1428105600 Padre's Corner

Saturday, April 4

1428170400 The Tech Guy

Sunday, April 5

1428256800 The Tech Guy
1428271200 This Week in Tech

Monday, April 6

1428339600 Tech News Today
1428343200 Triangulation
1428348600 iPad Today
1428355800 Coding 101
1428361200 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, April 7

1428426000 Tech News Today
1428429600 MacBreak Weekly
1428438600 Security Now
1428447600 Tech News 2Night
1428451200 All About Android

Wednesday, April 8

1428507000 FLOSS Weekly
1428512400 Tech News Today
1428516000 Windows Weekly
1428523200 This Week in Google
1428534000 Tech News 2Night
1428535800 Android App Arena
1428541200 Ham Nation

Thursday, April 9

1428598800 Tech News Today
1428602400 Know How...
1428607800 Marketing Mavericks
1428613200 Home Theater Geeks
1428620400 Tech News 2Night
1428622200 The Giz Wiz

Friday, April 10

1428685200 Tech News Today
1428688800 This Week in Law
1428699600 Before You Buy
1428706800 Tech News 2Night
1428710400 Padre's Corner

Saturday, April 11

1428775200 The Tech Guy

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Iomega Clik - brought to you by Retail Careers at T-Mobile

June 23 2006
Back to Dickâ??s Warehouse for the Iomega Clik! Clik! was an entire digital memory system built around a silver dollar sized 40 MB Clik! Disc. It came along in the late 1990â??s.There was a Clik! Desktop PC version which used the parallel port. Later a USB version came along, but it was too late since so many other memory options were hitting the marketplace, including the much smaller and easier to use Thumb or Flash Drive. I used the PCMCIA card adapter version and at one time I had the entire Clik! kit, which was a lot of stuff! You got the Clik! desktop docking station which had a pass-through parallel port interface, a five-volt AC adapter, a memory card reader with LCD display, rechargeable battery and a carrying case. You could attach the battery to the flash memory reader for travel and the Flash Memory Reader had separate slots to read Compact Flash and Smart Flash media. There was a small LCD display on the reader with icons for the drive and memory cards a digital gauge let you know the percentage of the Clik! disk that was full. That kit was about $200. A 40MB Clik! Disc cost about $10 if you bought a pack of 10.
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