WebTalkGuys Radio Show

This Saturday, the local radio and Webcast technology show, WebTalkGuys Radio, will talk with Paul Ellis, the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce Director for Metropolitan Development.
Ellis will talk about the results of a Tacoma Technology census on the state of local technology firms.
Ellis will also update listeners on the South Sound Technology Forum (sst2002.com), set for May 30 at the Tacoma Sheraton Convention Center.
The forum is designed to further the continuous growth of technology in the South Sound region and provide information about global technology issues.
The WebTalkGuys show will also explore movies on demand with Curt Marvis, CEO of CinemaNow.com.
Also joining this weekend’s show will be Raj Kapoor, president of Snapfish.com, a photo sharing and printing Web site.
Hosts Rob and Dana Greenlee will also cover some of the Internet’s latest news, such as America’s top wired cities and an open source Mozilla browser release.
Mitch Ratcliffe will join the show in a roundtable on the Internet’s new business plan.
A major trend shows evidence of the Web’s comeback and reformulation of business plans that focus on more bricks and clicks integration and less pure Internet business models.
Discussions will also cover Internet leaders, cyberculture, Web entertainment, Net issues, Web site and software reviews and listener comments.
The radio show is hosted by Tacoma tech business leader Rob Greenlee, marketing director of Personal Design Concepts and Dana Greenlee of LoudVox Productions, which also produces the show.
WebTalkGuys can be heard locally on KLAY 1180 AM Saturdays at 11 a.m. It is also broadcast on the radio in San Francisco/San Jose, Boston and over the XM Satellite Radio Network Channel 130.
It is Webcast on the Internet on demand from www.webtalkguys.com and via the wireless Web on NexTel cell phones. It streams live on Saturdays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 7 p.m. over www.cnetradio.com.