If you’ve heard about using your computer to record TV, but couldn’t figure out how to do it, then this is the show for you! watch and learn as Techno Paige shows Not-So-Techno Gretchen how to set up your PC as a DVR.
We understand it is important to keep our home’s safe from everyday hazards, but sometimes we just don’t know where to start. In this episode Paige and Gretchen speak with Rebecca Morley, from the National Center for Healthy Housing, to learn how to keep their home’s safe.
Paige and Gretchen understand that managing your media can be overwhelming. Which is why they invited Cat Lambson from Technogeekery to tell them about how easy it is to streamline your media experience with tools like the Windows Media Center.
The Fourth of July is a wonderful time to celebrate the freedoms we enjoy as Americans and to commemorate our great history. Gretchens family has some great pyrotechnic traditions, check out the show to hear more about them.
Paige and Gretchen continue their tour of a baby safe home with Michele Spahr, President of Safe Start Baby. In this episode they focus on the nursery and point out potential dangers that parents should consider when baby proofing.
Do you have trouble keeping your family’s schedule together? Does that fridge calendar get so filled up that you can’t even read the entries anymore? Well watch and listen as Paige shares her tips on keeping her family’s schedule completely organized.
From dealing with old negatives to getting your kids involved with “production,” Cat Lambson has some great ideas about digital photography. Watch as she shares those ideas with Paige and Gretchen.
Paige and Gretchen meet with Michele Spahr, owner of Safe Start Baby. Watch as she gives tips on how to properly baby proof your home.
Paige and Gretchen get the chance to speak with actor and TV personality, Mark Consuelos, about his new family oriented campaign “Make Every Touch Count” sponsored by Lever 2000.
Join Gretchen and Paige as they take check out the set of Disney's new kids show, Imagination Mover's.