'Survivor' fans should check out the Survivor Live: The Internet Talk Show at 2 p.m. EST Thursdays and Fridays on CBS.com. The one-hour live Webcast is hosted by Survivor's first season winner, Richard Hatch, and Chris Booker, a New York television and radio personality.
The Thursday show takes a look back at the previous week and a peek into that night's episode. On the Friday show, folks can call in and chat with the most recent Survivor castaway. The call in phone number is (646) CBS-1000. Past episodes of the talk show are available for viewing on the site. The show also has other in-studio guests, including former Survivors.
Visit www.cbs.com/primetime/survivor9/video/s_live/index.shtml for details or to view the Webcast visit the Survivor homepage.
MSN Live online events
Nov. 9: Recording artist David Foster, piano virtuoso William Joseph and violinist Lucia Micarelli chat at 7 p.m.
The Computer Doctor, located at 236 Skywatch Drive in the Kroger Center, still has plenty of old computer hardware available for free. It has loads of good parts from old 486 systems of mostly IBM or Packard Bell brands and also some custom-built clones. Some computers have CDROM or floppy drives, minimal RAM and very small hard drives. There are a few keyboards left for the taking. These systems are capable of running line command versions of Linux and DOS operating systems. They could also be good for building a firewall, or for kids or a computer novice. Remember, there is no limit, so first come, first served.