October 11th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Avoid items like this when grocery shopping.
Is this really news? Most of us know that if we shop when we are hungry we will buy impulse foods like ready to eat fried chicken, chips and cookies and other items. Most of these lead to weight gain. Eye grabbing foods such as candy, cookies and soda are placed near or in check out aisles so we can grab them on our way out. Today in America Terry Bradshaw knows this is a marketing trick to get us to impulse buy. But using your head and thinking about the consequences of high caloric and high fat foods is necessary when we are trying to watch our weight. Meal planning is another way to monitor what we eat to avoid gaining unwanted weight. Thinking before buying is one of the better ways to food shop.
Host Terry Bradshaw is a National Football League Hall of Fame inductee. He was one of the players for the Pittsburgh Steelers who helped lead the team to four Super Bowl wins. His popularity is as strong today as it was when he was the quarterback for the hard-hitting team back in the 1970s. Bradshaw will be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno tonight as he was earlier in the year. Today in America TV is a unique program which airs in the North America. More information is available at todayinamericatv.com.
October 8th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Beware of requests to upgrade software from a hotel internet connection.
American intelligence agencies are warning travelers who use hotel internet connections to be aware and stay away from pop-up windows asking users to upgrade their software. Today in America TV learned that when the pop-up windows open and prompt you to upgrade your software, it is installing malicious code. The agencies urge travelers to upgrade any software at home before travel. If you are in a hotel room and using their internet connection when the pop-up window appears, be sure to check the author or digital certificate of any prompted update to see if it corresponds to the software vendor. If it doesn’t, then close the window to get out. Always be aware of outside internet connections. Hotels and other businesses may not be as diligent about internet security as you are. Be respectful of others when emailing a large group of people by blind copying email addresses. This often prevents unwanted spam from entering your inbox.
Today in America Terry Bradshaw is an informative program which features interviews with emerging entrepreneurs and outstanding businesses. It digs into topics which affect the way we live, work and play. It is hosted by NFL star Terry Bradshaw and is filmed in the United States and Canada. The educational show is broadcast on many regional and national cable television networks. Learn more about it and find the air dates for your city at todayinamericatv.com.
October 2nd, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
New health reports on kids and the effects of watching too much television or having too much background TV stimulation are out and the results are not good. Today in America TV examines the findings and offers some solutions. Childhood obesity can partially be attributed to having a TV or video games in a child’s bedroom. Kids should not watch more than 2 hours per day of non-educational television. Kids are also getting four hours of background television noise a day. Family wellness is a topic the educational program takes seriously. When a family exercises together, the family stays healthier together. This does not necessarily mean formal routines to lose weight. But a walk around the block after dinner or after school is healthier than sitting down in front of the TV until bedtime. Bike riding is fun and is a great motivator for exercise. Movement improves many functions of the body and mind. It stimulates blood flow to the brain which improves thinking capabilities. It improves lung function so breathing is easier. It kicks up metabolism which encourages weight loss. Let us, as a country, have a turn off the TV and get outside night.
Family wellness includes bike riding
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is an entertaining and educational program for the educated professional. Topics on the show focus on business people and their work and home lives. It is hosted by former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw and airs on business oriented regional and national cable television networks. More information is available at todayinamericatv.com, including the air date schedule for cities in North America.
August 30th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
The increase in consumer spending is a positive sign for the economy.
Consumer spending rose at its fastest pace in months in July, buoyed by slightly higher earnings, according to a report released today by the Commerce Department. While the 0.4 percent increase in consumer spending from June to July does not seem like much, it follows months of flat growth or declining spending. In America’s consumer-driven economy, today’s news is encouraging, as consumer spending accounts for roughly 70 percent of economic activity in America. Many indicators about the economy continue to point toward recovery, though the pace of that recovery has disappointed most people. The Today in America TV program brings its viewers across America interesting stories from all regions of the United States and Canada, including stories of economic growth, business prosperity, ingenuity and advancement. Today in America reviews businesses and cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.
The Today in America television show, which runs on a number of major cable channels and cable networks across the U.S., brings encouraging and intriguing stories about many subjects to viewers across the country. Today in America with Terry Bradshaw explores family stories, environmental stories, financial subjects, business stories and much more. Today in America Terry Bradshaw features diverse content, informing TV audiences about improvements and innovations in a number of fields and industries.
August 28th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, will have many people watching him this week.
On word that the Federal Reserve may act to further stimulate the economy, stocks rebounded Friday after opening lower. Word got out that Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke had responded to a letter from Republican Congressman Darrell Issa that the Fed could take further action to ease financial conditions and strengthen the economic recovery. The mere suggestion of possible further Fed action caused the Dow Jones industrial average to jump to up 99 points after being down 30 points earlier in the day. The Federal Reserve holds its annual meeting later this week, and will decide whether to adjust interest rates or take other actions to stimulate economic growth.
Regardless of whether the Fed takes further measures to stimulate the economy, the cable TV program Today in America with Terry Bradshaw looks at what industries and businesses across the nation have done to increase their revenues and survive in these difficult economic times. Despite weak consumer demand and rising costs, many companies have managed to perform well and achieve their goals. The Today in America television program informs viewers about the strategies and practices that these flourishing companies have used.
Today in America Terry Bradshaw, running on cable networks and channels across the nation, features interesting and upbeat stories about cities, companies, entrepreneurs and industries across Canada and the United States. The Today in America TV show focuses on positive stories, including examples of ingenuity and growth. Today in America reviews advances and improvements across the economy.
August 10th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
EyeRing technology for visually impaired people.
MIT Media Lab is working on the EyeRing project. The device is worn on a finger and works with a smart phone or tablet computer device via Bluetooth technology. The EyeRing helps visually impaired people read text, such as that found on a street sign. The device takes a photo of the object in question which is sent to the mobile computing apparatus which sends back an audio response interpretation of what the person is looking at.
Once perfected, EyeRing technology could even be used to help children read. The child would use the device to take a picture of the page being read. The software would interpret the text photo and the page would be read back to the child.
Educational Programs on Today in America TV
Examine amazing technology on Today in America with Terry Bradshaw
The Today in America television show is an educational program produced in a fully equipped multimedia studio in south Florida. Series of interest to computer enthusiasts includes Best of Breed Software, Mobile Workforce Solutions and Information Technology and Enterprise Solutions.
Terry Bradshaw is the informative host of Today in America TV. Terry spent 14 years in the NFL as the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He led his team to 4 Super Bowl championships and was twice named SB Most Valuable Player. Visit todayinamericatv.com for summaries and air dates on upcoming episodes of the Today in America with Terry Bradshaw.
August 10th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Business leaders know that one of the most important things they need to be successful is the best software possible to get the job done. This is also something that Jet Propulsion Labs, the creators of the Mars rover Curiosity, know too, as they prepare to upgrade it while the adventuresome robot explores and records information on the red planet. Today in America Terry Bradshaw examines the best of breed software.
Best of breed software pushes business ahead
Big software makers like Oracle, Crystal, Microsoft and others must always be on top of their markets in order to provide the products their enterprise customers need. Constant upgrading is a given as each one fights to stay on top of its competitors. Stand alone providers will always have their niche customers. But they also need to explore new avenues and expand into markets not yet tapped.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw reviews the best in America by covering the topics that viewers want to know. The engaging show brings the best in business, technology, home and lifestyle subjects, as well as others, to entertain and inform the audience. NFL legend Terry Bradshaw, considered to be one of the most popular sports celebrities in the nation, hosts the show. More information is available at todayinamericatv.com.
August 9th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Giant multiuser touch screen display.
Most people are familiar with touch screen technology via smart phones and tablet computing devices. But they may not know there are gigantic touch screens, from 27 to 82 inches, which are being tested in some markets. The HD display screens are extremely thin and can be mounted directly to a wall. Up to 24 screens can be fixed together, edge-to-edge, to form one enormous touch screen wall.
The real neat thing about this technology, multiple users can interact with the touch displays. The 32 camera modules per display, compared to only 2 on previous models, allows many people to use the gargantuan screens at the same time.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is an educational television program produced in Coral Springs, Florida. They create many business and technology, travel and lifestyle, and health and family shows. Series of interest to the computer enthusiast includes Mobile Workforce Solutions, Best of Breed Software and Cloud Computing and On-Demand Software.
Visit todayinamericatv.com for complete details and summaries of upcoming episodes of Today in America TV. The show’s homepage has links to the Today in America television’s social media platforms including Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook and GooglePlus. The program’s official YouTube channel has over 100 video clips from previous episodes of Today in America Terry Bradshaw.
August 9th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Siri vs Google Knowledge -- Who Will Users Like Best?
Apple I-phone users fell in love with this feminine search engine voice and loved all they thought she could do. We have experienced times when Siri did not hear a voice command or question well and returned the wrong results. Today in America Terry Bradshaw learns that Google is going to offer an option that taps into Google Knowledge, which is better at getting search requests right the first time, thereby, cutting down on valuable time. The new app will be available for the I-Phone and I-Pad.
Google vs. Siri
Apple’s Siri searches for results using Wolfram Alpha and few other third-party sites to fetch information. Unlike the Google Knowledge app, Siri cannot fetch sports scores and stats until its new OS (operating system) comes out in the fall. The Google app for I-phone and the I-Pad is poised to be the number one voice activated search app. See Siri fall down unless Apple gives it some tweaks to bring back the right results all the time.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw scours the world to bring back the latest news in the technology, business, health and other industries. The informative program films on location in the US and Canada and airs regionally and nationally on business related cable television networks. It is hosted by NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw. Learn more at todayinamericatv.com.
August 8th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
The C.D.C. recently reported that more adults are walking for exercise now than there were in recent years. The Today in America Terry Bradshawprogram explores this and other free activities which can help keep people healthy.
More adults are walking for exercise than in previous years
Free Exercise Ideas
Walking is an enjoyable activity and even more so when done with a group of people. Some like to walk along with their favorite inspiring music playing in the ears. Others like to walk with family and friends. No expensive gear is necessary. A sturdy pair of tennis shoes and cool clothing that you already have in the wardrobe, a bottle of water and your favorite listening device is all that is needed.
Running or jogging is another free health activity. One might need a pair of supportive running shoes though. As show host Terry Bradshaw states in his best-selling book Keep it Simple, it just involves putting one foot in front of the other faster and faster. Many avid joggers state that it jogging helps clear their mind, reduce stress and frees them to think better.
Swimming is free and reduces joint stress
Swimming in a local pool or one in the housing community where you live is also free. Water activities reduce strain on joints, encourage relaxation and without doubt, reduce stress. If the pool is located in the area where you live, why drive there? Walk or ride a bike to the pool for a little more easy exercise.
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Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is a unique program that focuses on the topics relevant in the lives we lead. It will inspire and education you with features on health, the environment, and home ideas. The show films across the country and airs on regional and national business related cable television networks. Learn more about host Terry Bradshaw, check the broadcast schedule for air dates in your city or watch cool sample videos at todayinamericatv.com.