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Michael Miller from Que Publishing and Damian Giannunzio from Diskeeper to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers

Thursday, June 09, 2011

Michael Miller from Que Publishing and Damian Giannunzio from Diskeeper to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers14:12 EDT Thursday, June 09, 2011 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Business Wire) -- Guests from Que Publishing and Diskeeper will appear on radio talk show Let's Talk Computers®. Que Publishing is a company of Pearson Education, the world's largest education publisher and a Pearson (NYSE: PSO) company. Diskeeper Corporation is the undisputed leader in performance and reliability technologies. Michael Miller, Let's Talk Computers Industry Analyst and author of “Facebook for Grown-Ups,” continues his popular series on “How Social Networking has Changed the Way we Communicate.” Damian Giannunzio, Product Manager with Diskeeper Corporation, talks about “How Diskeeper® 2011 Desktop Editions are Making Home Computers Run More Efficiently at home or the office.” To find out more about “How To Make Your Desktop and Laptop Computers Run at Their Optimum Performance with Diskeeper 2011” and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: Listen to the interviews at: Que Publishing Diskeeper ABOUT LET'S TALK COMPUTERS Let's Talk Computers,, ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows and can be heard weekly in 7 states and 24 hours a day on the website. New shows are uploaded in RealAudio and NetShow formats by Friday, 12:00 PM Central - radio broadcasts begin airing the following day. Past interview segments are also available on the website. To assist in evaluating both hardware and software under genuine working conditions, Let's Talk Computers utilizes the expertise and facilities of Total Solutions Intl. Let's Talk Computers is a trademark of the Let's Talk Computers Tennessee partnership. Any use of this trademark without written authorization is strictly forbidden and a violation of state and federal law. Let's Talk ComputersSandra LeeProgram Manager615-662-0322Fax: