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Data Doctors Radio Program | Ken Colburn, Brandon Disney & Ken Moskowitz Sadly the Boston Marathon ended in a tragic bombing at the finish line. This attack on American soil proved once again the resilience of the American spirit. It also further cemented the use of technology when it comes to breaking news. Within seconds, word of the attack spread across Twitter and Facebook. Now social media is being used to help solve the crime.

It's the end of an era and the start of a new one. This show started in 1991 with the Michelangelo Virus, today 23 years later, we’ll tell you what’s next for the Data Doctors, in this our final 2 hour radio program.

Before you send your PC in for repair, you need to back it up. What's the right way to backup all your data to make sure you can use it when you get it back?

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Original Air Date: Apr 19, 2013

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Bitcoin: Bitcoin is a new kind of money. It's the first decentralized electronic currency not controlled by a single organization or government. All over the world people are trading hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of bitcoin every day with no middle man and no credit card companies. It's a startup currency which has never happened before. Bitcoin is the first digital currency that is completely distributed. The network is made up of users like yourself, so no bank or payment processor is required between you and whoever you're trading with. You can purchase and sell anything with Bitcoins, and if you need to, you can exchange Bitcoins for real dollars. http://bitcoin.org/en/

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