July 30, 2001

Thomas Jefferson studied the Bible when he was in the White House. Forrest Church, Unitarian Universalist minister, talks about the text that Thomas Jefferson compiled, which includes the morality teachings of the Bible but omits the miracles. Church has written the introduction to the printing of Jefferson's book, called "The Jefferson Bible: The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth".

Our tech writer Heather Newman returns to the studio to talk about the new computer virus called "SirCam". She also talks about screen captures, the online services that will replace Napster, and Mpeg 4 technology. Newman is a columnist at the "Detroit Free Press".