Guests on this early Monday morning include Erica Sandberg and Cletus T. Judd.
Last year, Google announced the Kansas City metropolitan area would be the first city to receive its ultra-fast Internet service called Fiber.
Differences over where and how to hang its wires on utility poles have affected Google’s plans.
The President and Congress get snarky with each other. Again. Toxins in your home and how to get rid of them. Can Google + take Facebook down a few pegs?
Want two months vacation? A three-day weekend every weekend? An afternoon nap break? Maybe all you need to do is switch jobs…
Google buys Motorola Mobility for 12.5 billion…in cash. The Joplin schools will open tomorrow. Planning on selling some gold? TV Guide’s Matt Roush on old shows being made new.
Troy Yocum – the Iraq War veteran touring the nation on foot to raise money for military families – checks in to update us on his trip. Also, technology expert Jennifer LeClaire and People Magazine’s JoAnne Fowler.
“The eyes of the entire world are on this city,” said Cindy Circo, a Kansas City, Mo., councilwoman.
Faster internet could begin as soon as 2012
Jon talks to Ariel Winter of ABC’s Modern Family, and we hear from movie critic David White, Newsfactor.com’s Jen LeClaire, People Magazine‘s JoAnne Fowler, Secret Service vet John Tomlinson, TV critic Tom Jicha, and Drumhike.com’s Troy Yocum.