Tech Talk With Craig Peterson Guests for 2011-04-10

Our Guests this week on Tech Talk With Craig Peterson, which airs Sunday, April 10th, 2011 on WGIRWGIN and WQSO.

  • Lee Adams the VP of Sales and Marketing at SoundMatters International, Inc. Their portable speakers have been referred to as the swiss army knife by another speaker manufacturer. These speakers were designed by the audio design legend, Dr. Godehard Guenter. To find out more about SoundMatters speaker line visit
  • Joseph Gillio the Director of Product Marketing Projectors at Casio America. They have changed the projection industry with their Laser and LED hybrid projectors. This means that businesses can now have an environmentally friendly and money saving projection system for all their business meetings. To find out more about Casio Projectors visit
  • Dr. Satwant Kaur an Intel Expert at Intel and Author of “Transitioning Embedded Systems to Intelligent Environments.” Dr. Satwant Kaur has provided strong technology leadership at some of the world’s largest technology companies. In her most recent position, Dr. Kaur was a platform strategist in the Intel Architecture Group at Intel. to find out more about Embedded Systems and her work at Intel visit
  • Erik Zamkoff the Founder of MiMedia. MiMedia is a cloud-based personal media platform that makes consumers’ digital lives simpler, more secure and instantly available from everywhere. MiMedia also makes it easier to access, enjoy and share your digital life, as if your computer is completely mobile. To find out more about MiMedia visit
  • Dean Hart the Executive of VP at NanoInk. NanoInk produces the NanoProfessor Nanoscience Education Program aims to advance the field of nanoscience and address the growing need for a skilled workforce of nanotechnologists. The NanoProfessor Program, including instruments, an expert-driven curriculum, and student/teacher support materials, is available for community colleges, technical institutes, and universities worldwide. To find out more visit
  • John Hamann the CEO at Velcomp. Velocomp’s patented iBike technology, in combination with the power and sophistication of the iPhone, could bring mainstream cyclists the health and fitness benefits of a personal bike coach, at a mainstream price. To find out more visit
  • Brendan Scully the Business Development Manager at Metaio. Metaio is a pioneer and leader in the game changing technology field of Augmented Reality. Based on the Unifeye platform we connect any object to additional, digital information. Our vision is the seamless and easy integration of the virtual into the real world. To find out more visit
  • Chuck McGee an Independent Broker with Halifax American Energy. He represents Freedom Logistics Resident Power Division. Freedom Logistics was at the forefront of deregulating the New Hampshire electricity market and has been providing wholesale electricity to large commerical, industrial, educational and government institutions since 1999. With Resident Power, Freedom is once again at the forefront – this time in the residential and small business market. To find out more visit
  • Bob Fine the Director of IT at InsideNGO and Author of The Big Book of Social Media Case Studies, Stories, Perspectives: From Madagascar to Tunisia to Egypt: Social Media and Political Crisis. Learn how social media is affecting change around the world. Get immersed with the real-life drama of Mad Men characters on Twitter. See how nonprofit organizations are spreading their message and growing their organizational base. To find out more visit
  • Dr. Gerry McCartney the CIO at Purdue University. Appointed Purdue’s vice president for information technology and chief information officer in July 2007. He had served as the University’s top information technology administrator in an interim capacity since July 2006. At Purdue University, we have launched several new technologies that enhance the classroom experience and boost learning in STEM. To find out more about these programs visit and and and