Hack Windows 10 with a $20.00 Razer Mouse, then two-factor authentication with Trina L. Martin. We look back at Microsoft in 1998 & Phil Hennessy talks tech for Tiny Homes, and our feature round table talks MLK in Fortnite. | Air Date: 8/28 - 9/3/21

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This week on the show, Hackers are going nuts with a $20 Razer mouse that hacks Windows. Blue Origin rocket to fly again with a payload of a handful of NASA experiments and some space art? Our Guest - Trina L. Martin, a 10-year cyber intelligence analyst, joins us on the show again talking about two-factor authentication. What it is and why it is crucial. We have the roundtable back in our "Gamer Time" segment with some of the TechTime staff under 30 joining Mike and me on a fascinating topic on MLK education in Fortnite. We have "Mike's Mesmerizing Moment" brought to us by StoriCoffee® along with our NFT and Whiskey Tastings, all of this on the first hour of the show.

On the Second Hour, we have our "Letters" segment reading this week's email scams and funny phishing attempts. We have our Microsoft special "What was Microsoft like back in the 90's" as your host looks back at his time working at Microsoft during this era. And we have a segment all about Tiny Homes and the technology to put into these to make them more functional with Philip Hennessy, Principal at MorpheusTEK Inc. Welcome to two hours of TechTime, with your Host Nathan Mumm and Co-Host Mike Gorday.
“Welcome to TechTime with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" technology news of the week for August 28th - September 3rd, 2021. The technology show for the everyday common person, that will impact your future with insightful segments, weeks ahead of the mainstream media.”

Episode 63: Hour 1
--- [Loaded Question Of The Day]: Starts at 8:04
--- [Top Stories in 5 Minutes]: Starts at 9:15

  • Razer software bug lets you become a Windows 10 admin by plugging in a mouse - https://tinyurl.com/43juaf56
  • Blue Origin rocket to fly for the first time since Bezos' trip to space. No microgravity joyrides this time around, except for a handful of NASA experiments and other small payloads - https://tinyurl.com/ymbhazdn
  • Jeff Bezos New Shepard Estes Rocket Goes on Sale for $69 in Scale Model Form - https://tinyurl.com/ymbhazdn

--- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Review]: Starts at 18:23
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--- [Technology Insider]: Starts at 19:24

Trina L. Martin our highlighted guest explains what two-factor authentication is and why it is important and a tip to help you when you upgrade to a new cell phone as your encryption items need to transfer over otherwise you can have some issues.
--- [TechTime Round Table]: Starts at 34:10

Fortnite—a game best known for its battle royale-style violence—has an obvious next choice we talk about a new MLK special event that they are putting on and the impact on all.

--- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 50:29

--- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at
Glenmorangie Original Whiskey | 86 Proof | $49.00
Nathan: Thumbs Up | Mike: Thumbs Up

Episode 63: Hour 2 - 58:53
--- [Love Shack Question]: 1:02:53
Are you a night owl or a morning person?
--- [Letters]: Starts at 1:06:09

Mike and Nathan read this week's emails scams sent to him in the mail and email.

--- [Ask the Expert]: 1:17:54

Tiny living spaces do not imply that the home is not beautiful, high quality, well organized, or advanced technologically. We explore this on our Ask the Experts segment with Philip Hennessy of MorpheusTEK.

--- [Special Microsoft Segment]: 1:35:35
"What was Microsoft like back in the 90's" as your host looks back at his time working at Microsoft during this era. This week we look at 1998 at Microsoft.

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