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Ed Burns and Mookie Wilson Interviewed on BlogTalkRadio October 27, 2010

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The Saving Private Ryan star, Ed Burns, discusses his new flick, Nice Guy Johnny, about a talk-radio host who wrestles with quitting his job for one that pays enough to please his fiancée. Ed also chats with Baseball Digest Live’s Mark Healey about wife Christy Turlington’s directorial debut.
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The former New York Mets center-fielder Mookie Wilson, famous for helping the Amazins clinch the 1986 World Series, sits down with The Final Word hosts JayReelz and J.D. Mookie will relive the series’ legendary Game 6, while weighing in on the tonight’s match-up between the Giants and Rangers.

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The New York Times’ Personal Tech columnist, David Pogue, chats about the latest digital innovations, and the challenges of bringing new products and services to market. Creativity in Play’s Steven Dahlberg and Mary Alice Long preview David’s Nov. 16 Creativity World Forum.
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Darian Barnes The NFL fullback, who snagged a Super Bowl ring while playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2003, weighs in on the current NFL season. Plus: In the Bleachers hosts Scott Dargis, Jeff Brenner and Alex Schimmel makes their picks for the World Series, which gets under way tonight.

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Joe Harrison, technical director for the Water Quality Association, drops in on Around the Water Cooler. The former EPA staffer, who specialized in safe drinking water, will offer a primer on home water filters, and answer audience questions about getting the proper device without sacrificing quality.

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Richard Stiennon drops in on E2 Radio to discuss the current cyber-security landscape. The chief research analyst with Gerson Lehrman Group will also cover the real impact of cyberwarfare—or whether we’re fighting one—and what it all means for business technology pros.

Thousands of live radio shows broadcast live everyday on BlogTalkRadio. Find out what’s on live now.

NY Times Scribes David Pogue and Nick Kristof: Digital Impersonation and Moral Indignation

Two of the Grey Lady’s greatest voices graced BlogTalkRadio yesterday; one with a titter-worthy Twitter tale, the other enraged by enslavement of the fair sex in South Asia.

Interviewed on Zane Safrit, New York Times personal-technology columnist David Pogue recalled his ironic road from social-media critic to social-media convert.

CAPTION: David: Illicit aid accumulating Twitter followers.

David: Underhanded aid in accumulating Twitter followers.

“Interestingly, I didn’t start on Twitter. An imposter did!” he told host Zane Safrit.

“I used to employ an office assistant, whose husband unbeknownst to me, had signed up for a Twitter account using my name— and had been tweeting, with absolutely no knowledge by me, for months!

“When I finally discovered this, somebody said, ‘Hey, I’ve been enjoying following you on Twitter.’ And I was like, ‘But I’m not on Twitter,’” continued David, who also pens the popular “Pogue’s Posts” blog and who authored the new book, The World According to Twitter.

“So the guy wound up Continue reading