SOURCE: Let's Talk Computers

May 20, 2005 08:00 ET

David C. Loose From IBM and Seth Socolow From Telling Stories to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers ®

NASHVILLE, TN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 20, 2005 -- Guests from IBM and Telling Stories will appear on radio talk show "Let's Talk Computers." IBM is the world's largest information technology company. Telling Stories, Inc. is a privately held company that produces consumer software that combines questions, multimedia tools, and Web content to help users tell their life stories or create tributes to special people.

IBM (NYSE: IBM) offers a wide range of services; solutions and technologies that help businesses take full advantage of emerging innovation. Pervasive computing is personalized computing power freed from the desktop that transforms business performance, enabling information access anywhere, anytime, on demand. Senior Consulting I/T Architect with IBM's Software Group,, David C. Loose discusses what improvements have occurred in telematics. Telematics, the convergence of the IT and automotive industries, provides location-based safety and security systems, remote diagnostics, server-based downloads of new applications to vehicles using IBM Workplace Client Technology, and navigation aids using IBM Embedded ViaVoice to give drivers spoken street-by-street directions.

Telling Stories, Inc.,, develops and sells software that enables casual PC users to share family events, lifetime memories, moments in time, and meaningful activities in a quick and simple multimedia rich context. CEO and Founder Seth Socolow discusses his software product that allows the user to input personal events and accomplishments with the assistance of memory "joggers." Telling Stories enhances the user's history with add-ins such as time-line templates of historical events, questions about life events, lists of hit songs, etc. The user's biography as such is enhanced with pictures, music, and video and can be burned to a CD as a permanent record to be shared with family and friends.

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