New York Times' David Pogue to be guest on Associate Provost Fortino's radio show

WHAT:
New York Times personal technology columnist and all-around tech guru, David Pogue, will be a guest on “Tomorrow’s Technology Today,” a radio talk show hosted by Dr. Andres Fortino on WFAS-AM in Westchester, on Aug. 6.  David will be on hand to discuss the new Apple iPhone and innovation trends in technology today.

WHO:
David Pogue is The New York Times personal-technology columnist and an Emmy award-winning tech correspondent for CBS News. Author of “The Missing Manual” series, as well as the best-selling Macs for Dummies and iMacs for Dummies, David is also a musical entertainer on occasion, and a recent recipient of the Polytechnic University’s 2007 Technology Leadership Award.

WHERE:     WFAS-AM 1230 in Westchester County, serving Westchester and Rockland Counties

WHEN:     Monday, Aug. 6, 2007
                  7:00-7:30 p.m.

    
About the Show
Dr. Andres Fortino, associate provost of Polytechnic University’s Westchester campus, has welcomed several guests with diverse backgrounds in technology and the sciences, with topics ranging from Cyber Security and Computer Gaming to Social Networking and Financial Engineering.  The show, sponsored by Polytechnic University, airs every Monday at 7:00 p.m. through Aug. 6th on AM 1230 WFAS.  Past segments are available at engineering.nyu.edu/west/.