July 2, 2001

Computer strength has increased dramatically over the past 15 years, but the way we use computers is still pretty much the same. as computer expert Bruce Tognazzi explains. He talks with Todd about human computer interaction, and how we will utilize computer technology in years to come.

Human travel and development have allowed for animal and plant species to interact, and eventually breed. The resulting hybrids could negatively affect the environment. Sue Haig is a wildlife ecologist at the US Geological Survey, and talks with Todd about inter-species breeding between the Barred and Spotted Owls.

Our travel advisor, Joe Brancatelli, talks with Todd about travel over the summer holidays and airlines catering to leisure instead of business travelers. He discusses construction issues and airport changes during these slower months. Brancatelli is travel expert at biztravel.com