In this episode, we introduce you to some other ‘Geeks’ – Phil and Tracey May from TechnoRV.com. In addition to living on the road and selling cool geek toys at RV rallies, the teenage members of the family, Ally and Josh, are able to manage their schooling by using the Internet and being home-schooled. Watch the video below and enjoy meeting Phil, Tracey, Ally, Josh, and Murphy!
Coming to you from Elkhart, Indiana. Last week was the Gypsy Journal Rally and next week is the Escapade. In this video we introduce you to Nick and Terry Russell of the Gypsy Journal.
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Coming to you from Maryhill, Washington, where there is a full size replica of the original Stonehenge. Jim and Chris talk to you about the new Geeks on Tour website, and encourage you to check out the forum at www.forum.geeksontour.com.
Jim and Chris of Geeks on Tour show you a little about their RVing lifestyle as they share computer tips for travelers. In this episode, we’re coming to you from Saratoga, Wyoming. We talk about how Microsoft Streets & Trips helps us find Hot Springs, and then show you how we connect to the Internet when there is no Verizon service available. Here’s the link for our upcoming Picasa Seminar at the FMCA convention which will be a Live Webcast Picasa Seminar.
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Here is our second installment of ‘Gabbing with the Geeks’ and already, we’ve deviated from our *standard* format. Instead of seeing and hearing us, we’ve interviewed a couple of our fellow instructors at this weeks RV Lifestyle, Education, and Safety conference in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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