Dr. Bill discusses more Cord Cutting tips, with the free TitanTV schedule, AntennaWeb.org's station locator and power finder, the ViewTV 150 mile OTA antenna, a through demo of Dr. Bill's new 4 tuner Tablo OTA DVR, the Mi Box S available soon at Wal-Mart!
Change is coming to the Wireless Mic World, new this week: Roku Premiere and Premiere+, GSotW: Advanced YouTube Client, Facebook confirms major security breach affecting 50 million users, self solving Rubik's cube, Apple, Firefox tools aim to thwart Facebook, Google tracking!
Windows file sharing (SMB) comes to Chromebooks, due to all the user uproar and complaints Google has decided to restore 'www,' Microsoft has reversed course on a Windows 10 warning, GSotW: Comodo One Remote Access and Control, GSotW Extra: AeroAdmin!
Raspberry Pi-based ZeroPhone, Office 365 limits removed, Firefox anti-tracking, the ultimate answer is not 42, it's cheese! GSotW: MX Linux, Chrome turns 10, new Tor Browser, Windows Enterprise long term support, GSotW Extra: Claws Mail, Chrome drops WWW!
Cord Cutters: Rescan to update channels, Chromebooks may get Windows 10 Dual Boot with 'Campfire.' GSotW: Malwarebytes Browser Extension! My view of Internet Censorship, Star Trek: Discovery's Spock will be played by Gregory Peck's grandson. Use this link to join BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/accounts/referral/drbill/
Our LONGEST Dr. Bill.TV Show EVER! Broken up into Bite-sized pieces for you! APTeK HD Video Capture Device Unboxing and Discussion - at 2:23, New Email Scam Overview (Security) - at 13:02, Geek Project of the Week: Linux on Your Chromebook - at 31:08, ZDNet's 50 Year's of Tech Discussion - at 32:34, BitChute (YouTube Alternative) at 54:01, Commodore64 Mini Announcement - at 55:44, Windows 10 Updates and Bug Fixes - at 56:56, Geek Website of the Week: WhatIsMyBrowser.com - at 57:09, Sign-Off at 58:23
Dr. Bill owns up to a BIG 'oopsy!' The new Dr. Bill Roku Channel is finally out! Roku's new wireless speakers, GSotW: Cloudberry Remote Assistant! Amazon Prime Day on Monday came off OK, with issues! Our first 'Old Tech Giveaway!' at time stamp 29:02.
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Dr. Bill is a Word of Faith minister, a non-profit technology specialist, and a webmaster for non-profit ministry sites. Before his disability in early 2017, he was also a technologist in the corporate arena for over 35 years.
He is the Founder and President of Word of Faith Ministries, Inc., a non-profit Christian Ministry and creator and maintainer of the Internet Streaming Roku Channel, SpeakFaith.TV. He volunteers as a Technical Director for WOFR.org – Word of Faith Radio, a non-profit Christian Radio Network. He is a graduate of Life Christian University, with a Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. in Theology and a charter member (chartered in 1979) of the International Convention of Faith Ministries (ICFM.)
Dr. Bill is also a Certified Natural Health Professional, and holds a doctorate in Natural Health in the field of Naturopathy. He is also a Certified Traditional Naturopath, certified by the American Naturopathic Certification Board (ANCB.) He is also a Master Herbalist, and a Professional Member of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants, and of the Coalition for Natural Health.
Dr. Bill earned certifications in the corporate world as a CIW Certified Master System Administrator. This was a major certification achievement that involves these intermediate certifications: CIW Web Professional Foundations Associate, CIW Server Administration Professional, CIW Security Professional, and the CIW Inter networking Professional certification. He was also certified as a Certified Citrix Administrator (CCA), and a VMware Certified Professional (VCP), as well as an EC-Council Certified Security Analyst and a CIW Certified Security Analyst. He also earned the Imprivata Certified Engineer certification in both Single Sign-On and Authentication Management.
You may contact Dr. Bill at: DrBill [AT] DrBillBailey.NET
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