(1, 'episode', '2007-12-31', 'Introduction to HPR', 'StankDawg and Enigma talk about what HPR is and how someone can contribute
\r\n', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (9, 'episode', '2008-01-10', 'This old Hack 4', 'Part 4 of the series this old hack', 'fawkesfyre', 75, 5, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (2, 'episode', '2008-01-01', 'Customization the Lost Reason', 'deepgeek talks about Customization being the lost reason in switching from windows to linux\r\n\r\n Customization docdroppers article ', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (3, 'episode', '2008-01-02', 'Lost Haycon Audio', 'Morgellon and others traipse around in the woods geocaching at midnight', 'Morgellon', 25, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (4, 'episode', '2008-01-03', 'Firefox Profiles', 'Peter explains how to move firefox profiles from machine to machine ', 'Peter', 74, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (5, 'episode', '2008-01-06', 'Database 101 Part 1', '1st part of the Database 101 series with Stankdawg', 'StankDawg', 55, 4, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (6, 'episode', '2008-01-08', 'Part 15 Broadcasting', 'dosman and zach from the packetsniffers talk about Part 15 Broadcasting
\r\n Part 15 broadcasting resources
\r\nSSTRAN AMT3000 part 15 transmitter ', 'dosman', 3, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (7, 'episode', '2008-01-09', 'Orwell Rolled over in his grave', 'deepgeek reviews a film', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (8, 'episode', '2008-01-10', 'Asus EePC', 'Mubix and Redanthrax discuss the EEpc', 'Mubix', 62, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (10, 'episode', '2008-01-13', 'The Linux Boot Process Part 1', 'Linux Boot Process - Part I\r\nSystemV vs BSD Style Scripts\r\n\r\nIn part one of the Linux Boot Series we take a top level look at the Linux boot process and discuss some of the differences between SystemV based systems and BSD style systems.
\r\n I focus on RedHat, Slackware, Ubuntu (Debian) and Arch Linux. Below are some resources for further information.
\r\n\r\nRedhat - RHL 9 boot - shutdown process
\r\nSlackware Boot Process
\r\nDebian Boot Process
\r\nBasic overview of SystemV vs BSD Systems
\r\nIBM developer works book - Linux Boot Process
\r\n\r\nGentoo Handbook for x86
- It''s hard to specify one chapter because Gentoo''s documentation is top notch and very informative. Review the installation and initscripts chapaters in particular.\r\n\r\n', 'Dann', 7, 6, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (11, 'episode', '2008-01-14', 'dd_rhelp', ' http://del.icio.us/operat0r/dd_rescue \r\n
', 'operat0r', 36, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (12, 'episode', '2008-01-16', 'Xen', 'http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/research/srg/netos/papers/2003-xensosp.pdf \r\n
\r\nhttp://xen.org/\r\n
\r\n http://xensource.org/ \r\n
\r\n http://www.howtoforge.com \r\n
\r\ndebian_etch_xen_from_debian_repository\r\n\r\n', 'mirovengi', 48, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (13, 'episode', '2008-01-17', 'LPI Certifications Part 1', 'Ken Fallon, wants his ''Linux Professional Institute Certification'' (LPIC). He must be serious, because he''s publicly preparing for it on HPR – no pressure, Ken. In this first episode of the series, he explains the certification process, sets up his practice system, and begins covering study material, for the 101 exam. He''s using a detailed study guide, provided by IBM developerWorks.
\r\n\r\n IBM Developer Works: (LPI) exam prep
\r\n\r\n \r\nThe Booting Process of the PC
\r\n\r\nSystem Boot Sequence
\r\n ttp://www.pcguide.com/ref/mbsys/bios/boot_Sequence.htm
\r\n http://en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Booting
\r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bootstrapping_%28computing%29
\r\n\r\n\r\n----------------------------------------------
\r\nOther Links:
\r\n----------------------------------------------
\r\nLPI Certification Self-Study Guide
\r\n ttp://www.happy-monkey.net/LPI/
\r\n\r\nWiki Book: LPI Certification
\r\nhttp://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LPI_Linux_Certification
\r\n\r\n----------------------------------------------
\r\nSoftware:
\r\n----------------------------------------------
\r\nVmware Server
\r\n http://www.vmware.com/download/server/\r\nVMware-server-1.0.4-56528.tar.gz
\r\n\r\nCentOS
\r\n http://isoredirect.centos.org/centos/5/isos/i386/\r\nCentOS-5.1-i386-netinstall.iso
\r\nSelect FTP Site from mirror list
\r\nhttp://www.centos.org/modules/tinycontent/index.php?id=13\r\n./5.1/os/i386/
\r\nE.g for ftp location:
\r\nftp.tudelft.nl
\r\npub/Linux/centos.org/5.1/os/i386/images\r\n
\r\nDebian Netinstall
\r\n http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/4.0_r1/i386/iso-cd/\r\ndebian-40r1-i386-netinst.iso
\r\n\r\n----------------------------------------------
\r\nOnline Assesment
\r\n----------------------------------------------
\r\n https://www.redhat.com/apps/training/assess/ \r\n
\r\n http://www.linux-praxis. de/lpisim/lpi101sim/index.html
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (14, 'episode', '2008-01-18', 'Databases 101 Part 2', 'part 2 of Database 101 with Stankdawg', 'StankDawg', 55, 4, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (15, 'episode', '2008-01-20', 'Spring Cleaning', '“Too much information”, that''s what Plexi, finds on old papers and receipts. \r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'Plexi', 57, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (16, 'episode', '2008-01-22', 'Benefits of Virtualization', '\r\n\r\nVirtual Machines Part 1. Deepgeek, defines ''Virtual Machine'', and gives examples of when it''s advantageous to use one. The docdropper companion article can be found at the following address:
\r\nhttp://www.docdroppers.org/wiki/index.php?title=Benefits_of_Virtual_Machines
\r\n \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Knuth
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'deepgeek', 73, 8, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (17, 'episode', '2008-01-22', 'Torrentflux', 'Enigma, shares how TorrentFlux helps him manage bit torrent traffic on his LAMP server. There''s lots of features in this web-based, Open Source system.
\r\n http://www.torrentflux.com/
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (18, 'episode', '2008-01-24', 'An Interview with Ed Piskor', 'An interview with Ed Piskor, writer and artist of the graphic novel "WIZZYWIG" which is about a young hacker growing up in the 1980s. He also talks about some of the influences and stories that helped shape the book.', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (19, 'episode', '2008-01-24', 'SILC', 'Alk3, deciphers the “Secure Internet Live Conferencing” (SILC), protocol and project. You, can synchronously communicate in secrecy, with Open Source, SILC.
\r\n\r\n http://silcnet.org/
\r\n SLIC Wikipedia article
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'Alk3', 64, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (20, 'episode', '2008-01-27', 'lighttpd', 'Looking for a nimble and secure web server? Chess Griffin, suggests you look into the LIGHTTPD (Light-tee). He uses it, and in this episode he illuminates the reasons you may want to, too.\r\n\r\n http://www.lighttpd.net/
\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'Chess Griffin', 76, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (21, 'episode', '2008-01-28', 'The Festival Speech Synthesis System', 'Dave Yates, and his co-host Lynn, demonstrate the voice synthesis package, Festival. Dave, discusses how he employs Festival, along with other packages to extend its capabilities. Lynn, clears-up a few of the finer points, for Dave.
\r\n
\r\nHowto use alsa output;
\r\nHMM-based Speech Synthesis System (HTS) - Release Archive or where to get CMU_US_SLT_ARTIC_HTS voice for festival ver 1.4.3;
\r\nOnline voice demos;
\r\nYet another online voice demo site;
\r\n\r\nLinux Gazette article on festival;
\r\nHackosis festival article;
\r\nFestival ver 1.4.3 manual;
\r\nArticle with info on how to change default voice;
\r\nPerlbox Voice is an voice enabled application to bring your desktop under your command;
\r\nMini linux tts howto; an older document with some still useful information;
\r\nHow to Make Your Instant Messenger Talk in Ubuntu Linux;
\r\nAnother good festival article;
\r\nGentoo forum:Festival tips: more understandable and books to audiobooks;
\r\nFesttival MBROLA info; and
\r\nMBROLA binary and voices\r\n\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by diggsit', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (22, 'episode', '2008-01-30', 'Chunk Parsing ', 'Getting a machine to parse natural human language, can''t be easy. Plexi, describes ''Chunk Parsing'', and the work being done to develop it.
\r\nReferences and further readings:
\r\n http://www-tsujii.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~tsuruoka/papers/IWPT05-tsuruoka.pdf
\r\n http://www.ai.uga.edu/mc/ProNTo/Brooks.pdf
\r\n Steven Bird Chunking.pdf
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'Plexi', 57, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (23, 'episode', '2008-01-31', 'Software Review: K e e P a s s ', 'Wouldn''t be nice to have a secure and flexible way to manage all of your usernames and passwords? StankDawg, suggests you turn to K e e P a s s. Strong encryption, dual-factor authentication, and portability, are just some of the reasons he likes this Open Source package.
\r\nlink removed to prevent spammers\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (24, 'episode', '2008-02-01', 'An interview with Jonathan Bartlett', 'Deepgeek, gets the low-down on the amazing Cell BE processor that runs on the PlayStation 3. Author, instructor, and developer, Jonathan Bartlett, explains how the chip''s unique architecture (how many cores?!), makes it a multimedia master.
\r\n Jonathan Bartlett''s ibm.com developer works\r\narticles.
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (25, 'episode', '2008-02-03', 'Social Network Aggregation', 'Peter and Harlem, have waded chest-high into the social networking sea. Before rescue is needed, they share how to unify profiles, feeds, and authentication, for many popular sites. The OpenID project is well explained, here.
\r\nLinks discussed in this episode:\r\n\r\n\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'Peter', 74, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (26, 'episode', '2008-02-04', 'Intro to codecs', 'In this first of a four-part series, Klaatu begins a discussion of free and non-free video codecs. Specifically, why they are needed and how they work.\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 9, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (27, 'episode', '2008-02-05', 'How to Record a HPR episode', 'Have something to say, on HPR? Enigma, unwraps the riddle of recording an episode. If you''ve got a computer, a microphone, and are on the tubes, you''re well on your way.
\r\n http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
\r\n HPR Theme
\r\n\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (28, 'episode', '2008-02-06', 'Project Chanology', 'Project Chanology (Anonymous vs. Scientology).
Important details \r\nmissing from a majority of reports on the story
are brought up front to\r\nthose unaware.
\r\n\r\nCommon ''anonymous'' forums:
\r\n http://www.4chan.org
\r\n http://www.encyclopediadramatica.com/Talk:PROJECT_CHANOLOGY
\r\n http://partyvan.info/index.php/Project_Chanology
\r\n\r\nLinks with information on Scientology:
\r\n http://www.scientology.org
\r\n http://www.xenu.net
\r\n http://www.xenutv.com
', 'slick0', 42, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (29, 'episode', '2008-02-07', 'Codecs Part 2', 'Klaatu continues his four-part series. This episode focuses on the technique of video compression. He explains the variables involved, and how they relate to file size and delivery method.\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'klaatu', 78, 9, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (30, 'episode', '2008-02-10', 'Network Backups', 'Network Backups – how hard can it be? Dosman, gives an overview of some free software, backup solutions. He, then describes his home network, backup project. There''s an autochanger involved, so he''s got some hackin'' to do.
\r\n\r\n SCSI Generic Driver (SG)
\r\n MTX tape library tools
\r\n Amanda
\r\n Bacula
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'dosman', 3, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (31, 'episode', '2008-02-11', 'Intel Virtualization Technology', 'Mirovengi, reports on an IEEE.org article that details Intel''s VT technology. The advantage of bringing virtualization down to the hardware level, is discussed.
\r\n http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=1430631
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'mirovengi', 48, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (32, 'episode', '2008-02-13', 'UCLUG - Ken Wehr Presentation', 'Google employee Ken Wehr speaks to the Upstate Carolina Linux Users Group.
', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (33, 'episode', '2008-02-14', 'Linux Boot Process Part 2a - LILO', 'LILO = Linux Loader\r\n\r\nI discuss the ins-and-outs of LILO, hot it is configured and how it is initialized and what to do when it screws up. This is part 2a in my Linux Start Process series. Be on the look out for 2b discussing GRUB very soon.
\r\n\r\nLinks:
\r\n\r\nLilo Mini-Howto
\r\nLILO Wikipedia Page
\r\nLILO home page
', 'Dann', 7, 6, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (34, 'episode', '2008-02-15', 'Cowon D2 Review', 'Chess Griffin''s, got a Cowon D2, portable media player. He likes it. He likes it a lot. When he gets done reviewing all its features, you''re going to want one, too. Linux and BSD users, this may be the device you''ve been searching for.\r\n
\r\nCowon D2 Product Page
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'Chess Griffin', 76, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (35, 'episode', '2008-02-18', 'An interview with John Whaley', 'droops interviews John Whaley from Moka5.
\r\n', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (36, 'episode', '2008-02-19', 'LPI Certifications Part 2', 'Continuing his journey toward LPI certification, Ken covers computer buses and system resources. Please note, there is a minute and a half, gap in this recording – your player''s battery didn''t die.
\r\n\r\n http://computer.howstuffworks.com/pci.htm/printable
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 7, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (37, 'episode', '2008-02-19', 'This Old Hack Part 5', 'In this editon of this old hack fawkesfyre builds a shmooball cannon
\r\n
\r\n\r\n Video demo
\r\n', 'fawkesfyre', 75, 5, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (38, 'episode', '2008-02-20', 'R4DS Review', 'Stankdawg reviews the R4DS adapter for the Nintendo DS ', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (39, 'episode', '2008-02-22', 'Debian Live CD', 'Information on Debian Live CD''s and a small framework to build them.
\r\n\r\nDebian Live:
\r\n http://debian-live.alioth.debian.org/
\r\n http://wiki.debian.org/DebianLive/
\r\n http://live.debian.net/cdimage/
\r\n\r\n DFS Live CD
\r\n Video of live-helper
', 'Alk3', 64, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (40, 'episode', '2008-02-24', 'Sys internals Part 1', 'an introduction to the sys internals suite', 'Xoke', 79, 10, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (41, 'episode', '2008-02-26', 'Codecs Part 3', 'Codecs aren''t containers. Klaatu explains the difference. He also presents some legal and technical factors to consider when choosing a codec.\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'klaatu', 78, 9, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (42, 'episode', '2008-02-26', 'Zune Review', 'Enigma reviews the Zune mp3 player
', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (43, 'episode', '2008-02-27', 'Docdroppers', 'W3lshrarebit, introduces Docdroppers.org ; a resource for the hacking community. Search and submit hacker articles, at DocDroppers. \r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'W3lshrarebit', 80, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (44, 'episode', '2008-02-28', 'My desktop, and the apps I use everyday', 'blosxom;
\r\nemelfm2;
\r\nopenssh;
\r\nsshfs;
\r\nfuse;
\r\nfish protocol;
\r\nstormsiren;
\r\nfluxbox;
\r\nnuevat3k-glacier fluxbox theme;
\r\nscreen;
\r\ngkrellm;
\r\ngkrellkam;
\r\nfirefox;
\r\ntab mix plus;
\r\ngoogle notebook;
\r\nkonqueror;
\r\nvim;
\r\nlistgarden;
\r\naudacity;
\r\neasytag;
\r\nmusic player daemon;
\r\ngftp; and
\r\nxchat.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (45, 'episode', '2008-03-03', 'Shell Scripting', 'Dosman, gets the daily gas price report read to him by his computer. Why? - because he can. He knows shell scripting, and can manipulate commands to get things done. Here, he discusses shell scripts, and how he uses them to automate tasks on his computers. \r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'dosman', 3, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (46, 'episode', '2008-03-03', 'Yahoo Pipes', 'The companion screencast for this show can be found \r\nhere and
\r\n\r\nhere.
\r\nLinks referenced in this show:\r\n', 'Peter', 74, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (47, 'episode', '2008-03-05', 'Sys Internals Part 2', 'part 2 of the sys internals series with Xoke', 'Xoke', 79, 10, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (48, 'episode', '2008-03-06', 'Virtualization Part 2: Qemu quickstart', '\r\nThe commands:
\r\n===================================
\r\nqemu -soundhw es1370 -cdrom knoppix-std-0.1.iso
\r\ntar -xvf freebsd6.1rel.qcow.img20060526.tar
\r\ncd freebsd6.1rel.qcow.img
\r\nqemu-img info freebsd6.1rel.qcow.img
\r\ncat README
\r\nqemu freebsd6.1rel.qcow.img
\r\n
\r\n\r\nThe Links:
\r\n==================================
\r\n http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/
\r\n http://www.oszoo.org/wiki/index.php/Category:OS_images
\r\n http://www.knoppix-std.org/download.html
', 'deepgeek', 73, 8, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (49, 'episode', '2008-03-07', 'XPlane', 'Operat0r, is on approach at KLAX, runway 07R. Will he make it? - maybe not. He can crash and live to tell the tale with his X-Plane flight simulator. X-Plane is a proprietary, multi-platform, flight simulation program. While, he''s no flight instructor, Operat0r''s got a ''system'' for landing X-Planes.
\r\n http://x-plane.com
\r\n http://www.atcmonitor.com
\r\n http://stoenworks.com/Aviation%20home%20page.html
\r\n \r\nhttp://xplane.org/
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'operat0r', 36, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (50, 'episode', '2008-03-10', 'Linux Boot Process Part 2B - Grub', 'GRUB - Grand Unified Bootloader
\r\n\r\nThe bootloader of the gods.
\r\n\r\nGrub Website
\r\nGrub Manual
\r\nDann''s Notes
', 'Dann', 7, 6, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (51, 'episode', '2008-03-11', 'TalkBox', ' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk_box
\r\nhttp://www.instructables.com/id/SN6RLCIF4LPLSYA/
\r\n http://www.instructables.com/id/%22Talk-Box%22/
\r\n http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIQxwotn3k
', 'mirovengi', 48, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (52, 'episode', '2008-03-12', 'UCLUG: Newbie Shell Scripting', 'Upstate Carolina Linux User Group: Jas Eckard gives a talk aimed at newbies on shell scripting.
\r\n
\r\nUpstate carolina Linux User Group\r\n', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (53, 'episode', '2008-03-13', 'Codecs Part 4', 'In this final episode of the series, Klaatu covers some proprietary codec packages. He then explains how to use free software and the linux command line to transcode a video using the open codec, Theora.
\r\n\r\nhttp://theora.org/
\r\n\r\n http://linuxreviews.org/man/ffmpeg2theora/
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'klaatu', 78, 9, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (54, 'episode', '2008-03-13', 'This Old Hack Part 6', 'fawkesfyres latest tale of hacking', 'fawkesfyre', 75, 5, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (55, 'episode', '2008-03-17', 'Slax', ' http://www.slax.org
\r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._patricks_day
', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (56, 'episode', '2008-03-18', 'Open Street Map', ' openstreetmap.org
', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (57, 'episode', '2008-03-19', 'LPI Certifications Part 3', ' http://www.kenfallon.com
\r\n http://www.acsdata.com/how-a-hard-drive-works.htm
\r\n http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Large-Disk-HOWTO-4.html
\r\n http://www.storagereview.com/guide2000/ref/hdd/bios/sizeMB504.html
', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 7, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (58, 'episode', '2008-03-20', 'Microcontrollers', ' General page about avr products
\r\n free c compiler for avr
\r\n forum for avr people, also has lot of projects
\r\n', 'Bitviper', 81, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (59, 'episode', '2008-03-21', 'Interview with scorche', 'Interview with scorche from the Rockbox Project
', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (60, 'episode', '2008-03-24', 'Claws Email client', 'deepgeek talks about a lightweight app called claws', 'deepgeek', 73, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (61, 'episode', '2008-03-25', 'Punk Computing', 'How not to get stuck by the man, while sticking it to the man.
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (62, 'episode', '2008-03-26', 'More than a wii bit of fun with the Wiimote', ' http://www.wiili.org
\r\n http://www.wiili.org/index.php/How_To:_Windows_Wiimote
\r\n Wii-Saber code
\r\n Light saber sounds
\r\n Wiimote Mouse code
\r\n', 'Morgellon', 25, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (63, 'episode', '2008-03-27', 'WebCalendar', ' WebCalendar
\r\n WebCalendar wiki
\r\n Hackerevents
', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (64, 'episode', '2008-03-28', 'Tech Music: Payphone under Streetlight', '\r\n\r\ncheck out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (65, 'episode', '2008-03-31', 'Cowon iAudio U3 review', 'Cowon iAudio U3
', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (66, 'episode', '2008-03-31', 'April Fools Day Traditions', '.ǝuı1uo sʞuɐɹd ʎɐp s1ooɟ s1ıɹdɐ ʎuunɟ puıɟ oʇ sǝʇıs poob ǝɯos sǝɹɐɥs puɐ sǝxɐoɥ ʎɐp s1ooɟ s1ıɹdɐ snoɯɐɟ ʇsoɯ ɥǝʇ ɟo ǝɯos sǝssnɔsıp bʍɐpʞuɐʇs ''ǝposıdǝ sıɥʇ uı', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (67, 'episode', '2008-04-02', 'k-meleon', 'http://k-meleon.org/
\r\n http://adblockplus.org/en/kmeleon
\r\n Screenshot
', 'MadRush', 83, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (68, 'episode', '2008-04-03', 'Shoulder Stretches!', '

The companion screencast for this show can be found \r\nhere and\r\n\r\nhere.\r\n

\r\nLinks referenced in this show:\r\n', 'Peter', 74, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (69, 'episode', '2008-04-04', 'There''s Pr0n on them there internets!', '"In this light-hearted VNSFW (VERY NOT SAFE FOR WORK) episode 69 of HPR, StankDawg''s alter ego "Buck Dangler" joins up with "T.T. Creamer" (deepgeek) to discuss some history of pr0n on the internet. They also discuss many places to find different types of pr0n and conclude with a technical analysis of many dangerous sexual positions that have become popular in some internet subcultures.
\r\n
\r\n\r\nTO CLARIFY: THIS EPISODE IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK"', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (70, 'episode', '2008-04-07', 'Dr. Who', 'Official Sites:
\r\n
\r\nOfficial Site
\r\nBBC You Tube page (other non-Who stuff here also)
\r\n
\r\n
\r\nVarious You Tube VIdeos:
\r\nSeries 4 Trailer.  Although the BBC have this you can''t watch it outside the UK.  This one you can.
\r\n
\r\nSome of my favourite episodes (links to Wiki page for full story and spoilers):
\r\n
\r\nThe Tomb of the Cybermen
\r\nThe Terror of the Autons - The Master (Roger Delgado) and some Autons!
\r\nDay of the DaleksSilver Nemesis
\r\nThe Sea Devils - The Master again (and some Sea Devils)
\r\nThe Three Doctors - Meet Omega, a Time Lord.
\r\nDeath to the Daleks
\r\nPlanet of the Spiders - Spiders, Time Lords, UNIT and more!
\r\nRobot
\r\nGenesis of the Daleks - where it all began
\r\nRevenge of the Cybermen
\r\nPyramids of Mars
\r\nThe Brain of Morbius
\r\nThe Deadly Assassin - a trip to Gallifrey
\r\nThe Robots of Death
\r\nThe Invasion of Time - back to Gallifrey
\r\nThe Key to Time - and entire season devoted to this
\r\nDestiny of the Daleks
\r\nLogopolis - the last Tom Baker episode
\r\nCastrovalva - The first Peter Davison and the Master
\r\nFour to Doomsday
\r\nEarthshock - Cybermen!
\r\nArc of Infinity
\r\nThe Five Doctors - (well actually four of them)
\r\nResurrection of the Daleks
\r\n
The Caves of Androzani - Peter Davison -> Colin Baker
\r\nAttack of the Cybermen
\r\nRevelation of the Daleks
\r\nRemembrance of the Daleks
\r\nSilver Nemesis
\r\n
\r\nNew series are all good!
\r\n
\r\nTie-in websites
\r\n
\r\nGo watch it now!
', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (71, 'episode', '2008-04-08', 'Beowulf Cluster Introduction', 'Deepgeek gives an introduction to the Beowulf cluster, using video encoding as a short example.', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (72, 'episode', '2008-04-09', 'Imagemagick', 'klaatu gives a review of Imagemagick
', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (73, 'episode', '2008-04-10', 'Google 411 Update', 'Lunarsphere gives an update on his original twatech episode
\r\n original episode
', 'Lunarsphere', 84, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (74, 'episode', '2008-04-11', 'UCLUG - Linux Gaming', 'Upstate Carolina Linux User Group Meeting

\r\n30 minute newbie session: Jas Eckard''s bash shell scripting for newbies;

\r\nMain topic: Ryan ''Icculus'' Gordon speaks about the linux gaming industry.

\r\nicculus.org', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (75, 'episode', '2008-04-14', 'Collapsar ', ' Collapsar Paper ', 'mirovengi', 48, 8, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (76, 'episode', '2008-04-15', 'Tech Music: W1f1 Hax0r', '\r\ncheck out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (77, 'episode', '2008-04-16', 'This old Hack Part 7', 'fawkesfyres part 7 of his ongoing series', 'fawkesfyre', 75, 5, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (78, 'episode', '2008-04-17', 'Interview Tips', 'Ken Fallon gives some interview tips for job seekers', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (79, 'episode', '2008-04-18', 'Tech Music: PLA Radio', 'check out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (80, 'episode', '2008-04-21', 'Coffee', 'klaatu talks about coffee', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (81, 'episode', '2008-04-22', 'Linux Boot Process Part 3 - Boot Prompt Parameters', 'Dann''s Notes
\r\nLinux Boot Prompt HowTo', 'Dann', 7, 6, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (82, 'episode', '2008-04-23', 'Root kits', 'Wikipedia, defines Rootkit as “.. a program designed to take fundamental control of a computer system, without authorization..”. Rootkit means “pwned”. In this episode, Finux, gives a detailed account of how rootkits work. He also reveals ways to expose and - better yet - avoid them.
\r\noriginal audio from http://www.linuxbasement.com/
\r\nfinux discusses rootkits\r\n\r\n
\r\n
\r\nShownotes by: diggsit', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (83, 'episode', '2008-04-24', 'Flock', 'Xoke rants about Doctor Who and talks about flock', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (84, 'episode', '2008-04-25', 'Phone interview with Kajarii: Linux for the blind user', 'Orca
\r\nlinux speakup
\r\nRC Syatems
\r\nmplayer
\r\nelinks; and
\r\nnmh.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (85, 'episode', '2008-04-28', 'Faubackup', 'Deepgeek reviews Faubackup
\r\n\r\n http://faubackup.sf.net
', 'deepgeek', 73, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (86, 'episode', '2008-04-29', 'Kismet', 'original audio from http://www.linuxbasement.com/
\r\nfinux discusses kismet', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (87, 'episode', '2008-04-30', 'Compling a Kernel', 'get the latest Linux kernel source code\r\ndownload Dave Yates''s Kernel Compile Episode\r\nPeter64''s Kernel Compile\r\nMonsterb''s Kernel Compile', 'klaatu', 78, 15, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (88, 'episode', '2008-05-01', 'Hiding and stripping program symbols', 'thewtex explains how to Hide and strip program symbols', 'thewtex', 69, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (89, 'episode', '2008-05-02', 'Notacon Wrapup', ' notacon.org
\r\n blockparty
\r\n bloomingtonfools.org
', 'dosman', 3, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (90, 'episode', '2008-05-05', 'Ironman', '

', 'Peter', 74, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (91, 'episode', '2008-05-06', 'Hosts File', '\r\nHosts file locations
\r\nLinux: /etc/hosts
\r\nWindows: c:\\windows\\system32\\drives\\etc\\hosts
\r\nMac: /private/etc/hosts file
\r\n
\r\n\r\nExample line:
\r\n127.0.0.1 doubleclick.net
\r\n
\r\nExample hosts file (blocking ads):
\r\n http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/hosts.htm
\r\n
\r\n Open DNS
', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (92, 'episode', '2008-05-07', 'bugs', 'klaatu talks about bug reporting\r\nand bug triaging.', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (93, 'episode', '2008-05-08', 'Newsgroups for Media', 'Deepgeek discusses using newsgroups to get media files. While using\r\nnewsgroups may be old school, using them for this application is often\r\nfaster than bittorrent', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (94, 'episode', '2008-05-09', 'Initrd and Initramfs', 'Systrhead.net Monolithic vs MicroKernel
\r\nWikipedia - Microkernel
\r\nWikipedia - Monolithic Kernel
\r\nWikipedia - Initramfs
\r\nIBM - Initrd Overview
\r\nLinux Devices - Introduction to initramfs
', 'Dann', 7, 6, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (95, 'episode', '2008-05-12', 'Security Wow!', 'parody episode', 'rowinggolfer', 86, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (96, 'episode', '2008-05-13', 'Xfce, Oh I how I love you', 'droops rehashes a presentation he has given to his local lugs on why he loves xfce. you can download the presentation and follow along.
\r\n\r\n\r\nLink to presentation
', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (97, 'episode', '2008-05-14', 'An Interview with Tony Wright', 'Tony Wright (RescueTime.com)
\r\nDrake Anubis (DrakeAnubis.com)', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (98, 'episode', '2008-05-15', 'Subversion', ' http://subversion.tigris.org/
\r\n', 'mirovengi', 48, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (99, 'episode', '2008-05-16', 'Tech Music: Blackhat Life', 'check out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (100, 'episode', '2008-05-19', 'Hackermedia Awards: RFA', '100th episode special droops and enigma cohost with special guest.
\r\n RFA Hackermedia Award
\r\n
\r\nThanks to all the Hosts for all their hard work!!\r\n', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (101, 'episode', '2008-05-20', 'This old Hack Part 8', 'Fawkesfyre''s tales of hacking', 'fawkesfyre', 75, 5, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (102, 'episode', '2008-05-21', 'Linux Professional Institute Certifications Part 4', 'Ken continues his series on LPI Certifications', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 7, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (103, 'episode', '2008-05-22', 'Community Rant', 'Tottenkoph talks about community involvement ', 'Tottenkoph', 87, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (104, 'episode', '2008-05-23', 'Not about Airsoft', 'droops discusses feedback in the internet age, leave comments now, leave them before, during and after this show!
\r\n\r\n Link to Video
\r\n\r\n\r\n Link to Hacktv
\r\n', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (105, 'episode', '2008-05-26', 'urban golf', 'deepgeek talks about urbangolf', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (106, 'episode', '2008-05-27', 'Tech Music: Payphone Dreaming', 'check out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (107, 'episode', '2008-05-28', 'Console fonts', 'dave yates talks about Console fonts', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (108, 'episode', '2008-05-29', 'Handbrake - Howto', 'The podcasting machine hosts another episode of hacker public radio', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (109, 'episode', '2008-05-30', 'KDE 4 Tips', 'Skirlet gives some tips and tricks about the KDE 4 desktop enviroment', 'Skirlet', 88, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (110, 'episode', '2008-06-02', 'Xoke''s Favorite Apps', '* Xubuntu
\r\n# Thunderbird
\r\n* Flock
\r\n
\r\nFirefox Extensions (these work on Flock too)
\r\n* NoScript
\r\n* Tab Mix Plus
\r\n* Custom user chrome file to have tabs on the left as this laptop is widescreen.
\r\n* Firekeeper
\r\n* All-in-one-sidebar
\r\n* Secure Login
\r\n* Adblock Plus
\r\n* Download Statusbar
\r\n
\r\nThese I use just on Flock
\r\n* Morning Coffee
\r\n* Greasemonkey
\r\n* Scrapbook
\r\n
\r\nThese are my ''dev'' profile extensions
\r\n* Firebug - has major issues with FF3 though :(
\r\n* Web Developer
\r\n* Fire PHP
\r\n* User Agent Switcher
\r\n
\r\n
\r\n* Tracks
\r\n* Tiddlywiki
\r\n# Prism
\r\n# XChat
\r\n * Uberscript
\r\n# PC Man
\r\n* Air
\r\n* Twhirl
\r\n# KeePassX
\r\n# Ardour
\r\n# Amarok
\r\n# Rockbox
\r\n*
Bashpodder
\r\n# Audacious
\r\n# FileZilla
\r\n# BaoBab
\r\n# KTorrent
\r\n# Pidgin
\r\n* FunPidgin
\r\n# DigiKam
\r\n# GQView
\r\n# GIMP
\r\n# Inkscape
\r\n# AutoFSCK
\r\n
\r\nMost of these (those with a # not a *) are available in the Ubuntu repositories though or are installed by default though.', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (111, 'episode', '2008-06-03', 'Steal this movie 2', ' www.stealthisfilm.com - short review of\r\nthe documentary film "steal this film 2.', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (112, 'episode', '2008-06-04', 'SSH Tunnelling', 'This month, I''m taking a break from HPR, but I have a special guest host filling in for me: John Wesley Pruitt from JWPLinux''s Podcast, who will give us an overview of SSH tunneling.', 'Peter', 74, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (113, 'episode', '2008-06-05', 'Nintendo Wii Review', 'Plexi reviews the Nintendo Wii video game console. ', 'Plexi', 57, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (114, 'episode', '2008-06-06', 'Linux video editing', ' This is Salsaman''s Bio page.\r\n
\r\n This is his videojack project\r\n
\r\n Very good LiVES Tutorial page that Salsaman recommended\r\n
\r\n LiVES homepage
\r\n\r\n Fundraising for LiVES 1.0\r\n
\r\n Sourceforge user nominations page for LiVES as best multimedia app\r\n
\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n http://www.youtube.com/sorteal
\r\n www.serverwillprovide.com/sorteal/
\r\n\r\n http://www.serverwillprovide.com/hpr/ ', 'Morgellon', 25, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (115, 'episode', '2008-06-09', 'Promoting Linux', 'Ken Fallon discusses ways to promote linux', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (116, 'episode', '2008-06-10', 'Linux Boot Process Part 6 - Init', 'Linux Boot Process pt. 6 - Init \r\n\r\nInit is the mother of all processes. See my Notes for a brief reference. Also check out these resources:\r\n\r\nWikipedia page on init\r\ninit man page\r\ninittab man page\r\nUpstart', 'Dann', 7, 6, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (117, 'episode', '2008-06-11', 'Bilderberg Group and the Crimespace project', 'The Bilderberg Group met in VA last weekend, including European royalty, a CEO of Google, Craig Mundie from Microsoft, along with hundreds of the most influential people in the world, and no one noticed. ', 'fawkesfyre', 75, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (118, 'episode', '2008-06-12', 'June UCLUG Meeting', 'At the UCLUG: Jas continues his bash shell scripting for newbies tutorial, and Allen Valliencourt of FGPTech.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (119, 'episode', '2008-06-13', 'Tech Music: No Seat Attached', 'MC Smedley garage basement demos.\r\n\r\nNo seat attached - 1st recorded track ever', 'MC Smedley', 89, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (120, 'episode', '2008-06-16', 'Tech Music: Landline Party!!', 'check out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (121, 'episode', '2008-06-17', 'Linguistics Public Radio', 'Plexi talks about her new upcomming project.', 'Plexi', 57, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (122, 'episode', '2008-06-18', 'Batch processing on Linux', 'Deepgeek discusses batch processing on a linux platform', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (123, 'episode', '2008-06-19', 'Misunderstanding Privacy Part 1', 'SSRN Paper
\r\nDaniel J. Solove
\r\nDrake Anubis
', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 13, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (124, 'episode', '2008-06-23', 'Digital Picture Frame', '\r\n http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f197/mirovengi/2598843693_9ffee7e4c2_o.jpg
\r\n http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f197/mirovengi/2598843655_b4fd44222f_o.jpg
\r\n\r\n http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f197/mirovengi/2598843621_30287ffdc3_o.jpg
', 'mirovengi', 48, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (125, 'episode', '2008-06-24', 'Home Brew Part 1', 'Equipment needed for Home Brew:
\r\n\r\n8 Quart Pot
\r\nFermenting Vessel (glass or food grade plastic)
\r\nBottling Vessel (again, food grade plastic)
\r\nSiphon Hose & Bottling tool
\r\nSpoon
\r\nFunnel (if using a glass fermenter)
\r\nBottle capper\r\nbottles
\r\ncaps
\r\nsterilizing solution (c-Brite or B-brite)
\r\nHop Bag
\r\nThermometer
\r\nHydrometer
\r\nBeer Kit (ingredients)
\r\n\r\nLinks:
\r\n\r\n http://www.leeners.com
\r\n http://www.homebrewtalk.com ', 'jelkimantis', 90, 14, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (126, 'episode', '2008-06-25', 'Ripping the Web', 'operator explains how to rip content from websites.', 'operat0r', 36, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (127, 'episode', '2008-06-26', 'How to be Nosey on the Interwebz', '\r\nHow to be Nosey Presentation ', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (128, 'episode', '2008-06-27', 'Misunderstanding Privacy Part 2', 'Drake continues his series of Misunderstanding privacy.
\r\nSSRN Paper
\r\nDaniel J. Solove
\r\nDrake Anubis
', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 13, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (129, 'episode', '2008-06-30', 'Panama City Linux User Group Meeting', 'PCLUG meeting notes 0058', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (130, 'episode', '2008-07-01', 'Unhosing a spyware infected system', '* Ad-Aware
\r\n* Spybot Search and Destroy
\r\n* Either AVG or Clam AV
\r\n* HijackThis
\r\n* Rootkit Revealer
\r\n* Autoruns
\r\n
\r\n* C Cleaner
\r\n* Disk Clean (part of Windows)
\r\n* Scan Disk (part of Windows)
\r\n* Defrag (part of Windows)
', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (131, 'episode', '2008-07-02', 'Adding Stereo to a Computer', '\r\n"Deepgeek talks about adding a Stereo to his Computer"', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (132, 'episode', '2008-07-03', 'OpenDNS', '', 'rowinggolfer', 86, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (133, 'episode', '2008-07-04', 'Talk to Drake', 'Drake invites quiet listeners to come on the show and share their interests with him.', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (134, 'episode', '2008-07-07', 'Kernal Patching ', 'Part 2 of the How to Build your own Kernal Series', 'klaatu', 78, 15, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (135, 'episode', '2008-07-08', 'LPI Ceritification Part 5 PCI Cards', ' GNU Free Documentation License
\r\n elpicx Live-CD/DVD
Leading Edge Training Notes
\r\n
\r\nCommands Used:
\r\nlspci -h|less
\r\nlspci -n|less
\r\nlocate pci.ids | less
\r\nless ''locate pci.ids | head -1
`\r\nlspci | less
\r\nlspci -s 00:1d -v |less
\r\nless /proc/pci
\r\necho "Read http://www.rt.com/man/pnpdump.8.html"
\r\nless /proc/interupts\r\nless /proc/ioports\r\nless /proc/iomem\r\nless /proc/dma\r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 7, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (136, 'episode', '2008-07-09', 'Intercepting Satellite Transmissions', 'Drake Anubis demonstrates the basic setups to decoding APT satellite transmissions. A detailed tutorial is available on his blog.', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (137, 'episode', '2008-07-10', 'July UCLUG Meeting', 'dave yates as always records his UCLUG meeting ', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (138, 'episode', '2008-07-11', 'Bee Soft Commander', 'Deepgeek talks about the light weight app Bee Soft commander', 'deepgeek', 73, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (139, 'episode', '2008-07-14', 'Compiling a Kernel over the Nework with distcc', 'klaatu talks about compiling a Kernel over the network with distcc.', 'klaatu', 78, 15, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (140, 'episode', '2008-07-15', 'LPI Certification Part 6 Device Configuration', 'Part 6 of the LPI series by ken fallon', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 7, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (141, 'episode', '2008-07-16', 'Tech Music: Tele-Datu boogie', 'check out his other tracks at:
\r\nhttp://www.zombie.el.cx/music/
', 'DjBoo', 82, 12, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (142, 'episode', '2008-07-17', 'Home Brew Part 2 - Bottling and Fermentation Fun', 'jelkimantis'' part 2 of his home brewing adventures', 'jelkimantis', 90, 14, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (143, 'episode', '2008-07-18', 'Open GPS Tracker', '\r\n http://opengpstracker.org
\r\n http://www.opengpstracker.org/wordpress/
\r\n\r\n \r\nhttp://www.opengpstracker.org/phpBB3/
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\r\nOntario LinuxFest;
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Klaatu interviews Kajarii about Pulse Audio.

\r\n

Pulse Audio Website

\r\n

Since I''ll be listening to this episode in OGG format, I figured I''d post the ogg version in case anyone else wants it. --klaatu

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (153, 'episode', '2008-07-31', 'What is an algorithm', '

What is an algorithm?

\r\n

Review Question:

\r\n

Try answering the follow review question by leaving a comment or answering it in your head. If you want you can even write it down on paper.

\r\n

Write an algorithm for your morning routine. From the time the alarm clock rings until you leave the house for work or school.

\r\n

If you''re like me and do not have a job try writing an algorithm on how to write a resume.

\r\n

Recommended Reads

\r\n

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm

\r\n

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euclid''s_algorithm

\r\n

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/question717.htm

\r\n

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-an-algorithm. htm


\r\n

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License

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Klaatu and notJlindsay discuss Pulse Audio and how to configure it so it doesn''t bork your system. One thing Klaatu fails to mention is that before you try any of this, you should just run whatever software updates may be available for your OS. Pulse configuration and compatability seems to be improving rapidly over time, so many thing may "fix themselves" by simply making sure your distro is up to date.

\r\n\r\n

Wiki Article
\r\nthe ogg version of this episode

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\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\nVIM
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\r\n\r\n\r\nNerd tree
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\r\n\r\n\r\nNotes:
\r\n*.vba is a vimball file\r\nopen a .vba file and follow the instructions. once in the file type :so % and hit enter to run the .vba file. that should install the vim scripts into your ~/.vim directory. it''s always a good idea to run the unzip or .vba files from the directory you want to install them into, as you may come across scripts in the future that assume that''s were you are.
\r\n
\r\ndefault Debian/Ubuntu setting file is here:
/usr/share/vim/vim71/debian.vim\r\nyours may be under vim70 or something else depending on your version\r\nthe global /etc/vim/vimrc runs the debian.vim file \r\n

\r\nSnippetsEMU notes:
\r\nopen any SOMELANGUAGE_snippets.vim file to see examples of how to setup a snippet. once snippets are installed, open a file with vim and type a snippet phrase followed by hitting the key and the phrase should be replaced with the bits from the snippet file.
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\r\n\r\n http://dkc1.digikey.com/us/en/tod/Texas_Instruments/BeagleBoard/BeagleBoard.html
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Klaatu talks about setting up an FTP server.

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vsFTPd site
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Klaatu talks about the virtues of the Alpine (or Pine) email client, how to set it up, special settings for using it with IMAP servers, how to configure the reply-to address correctly, and much more.

\r\n

Alpine Official Site\r\nPine Official Site\r\nOGG version

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\r\nUtah Open source podcast found at http://podcast.utos.org/
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\r\nmonsterb.org/Podcasts
\r\nPodiobooks.com
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\r\n
\r\nUtah Open Source Podcast @ http://podcast.utos.org/
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For more info on PGP and GPG:
\r\nThe Bad Apples episode 2x04 ogg
\r\nThe Bad Apples episode 2x04 mp3
\r\nLinux Reality episode 47

\r\n\r\n

you can also download the OGG version of this episode.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (223, 'episode', '2008-11-06', 'git', '

Klaatu talks about how to set up, navigate within, commit, and push with git. This is a beginner level howto that will also help you understand SVN and CVS.

\r\n\r\n

More information about git and similar apps can be found here:
\r\ngit.or.cz
\r\nkernel.org git tutorial
\r\nCVS, another versioning system
\r\nSubversion

\r\n\r\n

You can also download the ogg version of this episode.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (224, 'episode', '2008-11-07', 'Installing gwibber webkit', '
\r\nInstalling gwibber webkit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/gwibber\r\n\r\nThis is a guide to install the gwibber micro-blogging client on Ubuntu 8.04\r\n\r\nFrom PPA\r\n\r\nCreate a file called /etc/apt/sources.list.d/gwibber.list. It should contain the gwibber PPA:\r\n\r\ndeb http://ppa.launchpad.net/gwibber-team/ubuntu hardy main\r\ndeb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/gwibber-team/ubuntu hardy main\r\ndeb http://ppa.launchpad.net/stemp/ubuntu hardy main\r\n\r\nand then the Webkit PPA (you probably don''t need it if you''re on Intrepid):\r\n\r\ndeb http://ppa.launchpad.net/webkit-team/ubuntu hardy main\r\ndeb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/webkit-team/ubuntu hardy main\r\n\r\n\r\nsudo apt-get install bzr subversion \r\nlibwebkit-1.0-1 libwebkit-dev python-webkitgtk\r\n build-essential autoconf automake libtool \r\nlibgtk2.0-dev python-dev python-gtk2 \r\npython-gtk2-dev libsexy2 libsexy-dev python-sexy\r\n libxslt1-dev python-cairo-dev python-
simplejson \r\npython-egenix-mxdatetime\r\n\r\n\r\n            $ sudo apt-get update\r\n\r\n            $ svn checkout http://pywebkitgtk.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ pywebkitgtk-read-only\r\n\r\n\r\n   7. Goto pywebkitgtk-read-only directory - Configure, compile and install pywebkitgtk.\r\n          *\r\n\r\n            $ . cd pywebkitgtk-read-only\r\n            $ ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr/local\r\n            $ make\r\n            $ sudo make install\r\n\r\n   9. Download gwibber webkitui\r\n          *\r\n\r\n            $ cd ~\r\n            $ bzr branch lp:~segphault/gwibber/webkitui\r\n\r\n  10. Goto /webkitui directory to run gwibber\r\n          *\r\n\r\n            $ cd ~/webkitui\r\n            $ ./run\r\n\r\n  11. or install\r\n          *\r\n\r\n            sudo python setup.py install\r\n\r\n\r\n
', 'threethrity', 92, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (225, 'episode', '2008-11-10', 'What''s in my Toolkit part 2', 'Cybercod talks about what''s in his toolkit', 'Cybercod', 91, 23, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (226, 'episode', '2008-11-11', 'EC Lug November 11th meeting', 'EC Lug november 11th meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (227, 'episode', '2008-11-12', 'Local Squid', 'Ken Fallon talks about Squid for local use', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (228, 'episode', '2008-11-13', 'nokia', '

Klaatu talks about setting up your Nokia N8*0 or N770 to be a robust computing platform, and the importance of doing so before you need it rather than waiting, like he does, until the last minute and scrambling to get all the packages you need installed. He concedes that he''s failed to mention a lot of cool apps, so feel free to make suggestions in the comments.

\r\n\r\n

Nokia N-series Repository Site

\r\n\r\n

You can also download Klaatu''s ogg version of this episode if you prefer ogg.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (229, 'episode', '2008-11-14', 'CopyFight Vol 4 - SFL Podcast', ' http://softwarefreedom.org/podcast ', 'threethrity', 92, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (230, 'episode', '2008-11-17', 'Escapism and Alternative Resources', 'uberChic continues her Expressive programming series\r\n\r\n', 'UberChick', 95, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (231, 'episode', '2008-11-18', 'All Songs considered 1: Cause I am Free', 'Cause I am Free by Chad from the linuxbasement', 'Chad', 101, 22, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (232, 'episode', '2008-11-19', 'EC Lug November 13th Meeting', 'EC Lug November 13th Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (233, 'episode', '2008-11-20', 'rox-filer', 'Lightweight apps, Deepgeek reviews "rox-filer," a lightweight gui\r\nfile manager.
\r\n\r\nAn excellent jumping off point on the web is this link...
\r\n http://polishlinux.org/apps/window-managers/rox-filer-a-lightweight-file-manager-that-simply-rocks/ \r\n\r\nThe add-on for an integrated trash can can be found here...
\r\n http://www.skepticats.com/rox/trash.html ', 'deepgeek', 73, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (234, 'episode', '2008-11-21', 'Creating Identification Cards Part 1', '

Get yer supplies at Poison ID .
A simple laminator example is the ABC HeatSeal

\r\n

Download the ogg version if you are a codec snob.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (235, 'episode', '2008-11-24', 'EC Lug November 20th Meeting', 'EC Lug November 20th Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (236, 'episode', '2008-11-25', 'UCLUG November 11th Meeting', 'Dr. Richard Hipp \r\nD. Richard Hipp, creator of SQLite and CVSTrac

\r\n\r\nThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License ', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (237, 'episode', '2008-11-26', 'Creating Identification Cards Part 2', 'p>Klaatu talks about using the phone company as a leaping-off point toward a new You! Also, gift cards and spreading the word about your new identity.

\r\n

Get Klaatu''s ogg version of this show if you hatez the MPEG.

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Klaatu hijacks deepgeek''s "Lightweight App" series and discusses one of his favourite lightweight desktop environments.

\r\n

You can also choose to download Klaatu''s ogg version of this episode.

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\r\n
\r\nCompanion article can be found at http://deepgeek.us/icewm
\r\nAn ogg audio version can be found there also.', 'deepgeek', 73, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (246, 'episode', '2008-12-09', 'Whats in My Toolkit Part 3', 'dwick describes what''s in his toolkit', 'dwick', 102, 23, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (247, 'episode', '2008-12-10', 'Voice Over IP for fun and profit', 'Chris Cameron will show how to setup a voice over IP phone system from beginning to end. Using open source software we will explore how simple it is to have a high end phone system running in little time and on commodity hardware. We will take a computer and some inexpensive phones and install and configure the system through the presentation. Using web based administration tools to easily configure an upstream Voice Over IP trunk and make and receive calls. original audio ', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (248, 'episode', '2008-12-11', 'Cross Stitching with Morgellon', 'Cross Stitching with Morgellon o.O ...wtF!?', 'Morgellon', 25, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (249, 'episode', '2008-12-12', 'Puppy 411', '\r\n\r\n \r\nGetting Compiling Working in Puppy
\r\n\r\n\r\n Creating a Pet Package
\r\n\r\n \r\nPuppy Custom Re-Spins
\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPuppy Custom Version for the EEE PC
', 'Roadrunner', 103, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (250, 'episode', '2008-12-15', 'What Ogg Player', 'Samsung YP-U3
\r\n
\r\n \r\nSupporting without updating firmware

\r\n
\r\n \r\nWhere to look for a ogg player \r\n
\r\n
\r\n MTP \r\n
\r\n
\r\n International Firmware:
\r\n Use the U3J MTS mode use it
', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (251, 'episode', '2008-12-16', 'All Songs Considered 4 Livin With a Geek', 'Another song by Chad from the Linux Basement
', 'Chad', 101, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (252, 'episode', '2008-12-17', 'Google App Engine 101', 'oogle launched the App Engine service earlier this year to immense interest from the web development community. App Engine allows running applications on Google infrastructure, including BigTable, Google’s non-relational, massively scalable database. App Engine is appealing both at the low end, where small shops don’t want to have to deal with hardware procurement and systems administration, and at the high end, where the kind of “instant scaling” App Engine promises to deal with bursty traffic is the holy grail of infrastructure planning.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (255, 'episode', '2008-12-22', 'Pmount', 'The glories of pmount - allowing you to mount arbitrary hotpluggable devices as a normal user. \r\n\r\n
    \r\n
  • Pmount home page
  • \r\n
  • See your distribution repository for the file
  • \r\n
  • Slackware users can find it in sbopkg oh yeah!
  • \r\n
', 'Dann', 7, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (256, 'episode', '2008-12-23', 'Ditching ITunes', '\r\nIn which pixel_juice describes the steps he took to kick the iTunes habit and embrace freedom.\r\n\r\nRockbox - http://www.rockbox.org\r\ngPodder - http://gpodder.berlios.de/\r\nEasyTAG - http://easytag.sourceforge.net/\r\nOGG Vorbis - http://flac.sourceforge.net/', 'pixel Juice', 104, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (253, 'episode', '2008-12-18', 'Encryption', '
\r\nThree Prime Numbers: 2, 3 and 5.\r\nI will call them A, B and C so A=2, B=3 and C=5\r\nWorking through x as the current position, \r\nand i being the unencrypted password and j being the encrypted as an array,\r\n so i[x] is the ''current'' position we get:\r\n\r\nj[x] = ((j[x-1] + i[x] + A) * B ) MOD C\r\n\r\nThe password example I give is:\r\n\r\nEncrypting 123\r\n\r\n1 (unencrypted password) + 2 (Prime A) = 3\r\n3 * 3 (Prime B) = 9\r\n9 MOD 5 (Prime C) = 4\r\n\r\n4 (previous encrypted) + 2 (current unencrypted) + 2 (Prime A) = 8\r\n8 * 3 (Prime B) = 24\r\n24 MOD 5 (Prime C) = 4\r\n\r\n4 (previous encrypted) + 3 (current unencrypted) + 2 (Prime A) = 9\r\n9 * 3 (Prime C) = 27\r\n27 MOD 5 (Prime C) = 2\r\n\r\nSo the encrypted password is 442\r\n
', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (257, 'episode', '2008-12-24', 'Apps I Installed on my eee pc', 'Apps I installed on my eee pc.

\r\ndebian eee pc', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (258, 'episode', '2008-12-25', 'Xmas Special', 'Xmas "Live" Special, Hosts include slick0, droops morgellon, Tottenkoph, killersmurf, fawksfyre, Enigma, PlexiE, threethirty', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (259, 'episode', '2008-12-26', 'Drupal: From blank to blog in 30 minutes', 'UTOSC 2008: Drupal: From blank to blog in 30 minutes by Dirk Howard
\r\n\r\n
\r\nDrupal is an extensible Content Management System (CMS) that is used for blogs, forums, photo galleries and many other uses. Installing Drupal on a blank website can be done in as little as 30 minutes. All you need is a web server that can handle PHP, a MySQL or PostgreSQL database, and either FTP or shell access to the web server. Within 30 minutes you can be blogging on your own site that you can customize anyway you want.\r\n\r\n', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (254, 'episode', '2008-12-19', 'Expressive Programming Ep 5', 'Episode 5 of uberchicks Expressive Programming series', 'UberChick', 95, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (260, 'episode', '2008-12-29', 'All Songs considered 5: Big Dave Yates', 'An Ode to Dave Yates by Chad from the linuxbasement
', 'Chad', 101, 22, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (261, 'episode', '2008-12-30', 'Force Unleashed', 'Enigma starts things off with the first episode of the Game review series, he reviews Force Unleashed for the Wii', 'Enigma', 39, 24, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (262, 'episode', '2008-12-31', 'Programming 101: The Basics', 'Xoke starts the Programming series giving some background on his experience as well as some programming fundamentals. ', 'Xoke', 79, 25, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (263, 'episode', '2009-01-01', '1 year anniversary special', 'Enigma and Wintermute21 talk about their favorite episodes from Season 1 and discuss changes that Season 2 will bring.', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (264, 'episode', '2009-01-02', 'Interacting with GSM Modems', 'Seal talks about GSM Modems', 'Seal', 18, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (265, 'episode', '2009-01-05', 'CrunchBang Linux', 'monsterb and threethirty talk about CrunchBang Linux, Openbox and Terminator.
Links:
CrunchBang Linux
Openbox
Terminator
Unix Porn!
Screenshots: pic1, pic2
CrunchBang Repo:
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/spring/ubuntu intrepid main
deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/gezakovacs/ubuntu intrepid main
deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/spring/ubuntu intrepid main
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/gezakovacs/ubuntu intrepid main', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (266, 'episode', '2009-01-06', 'EC Lug Decemeber 11th Meeting', 'EC Lug December 11th Meeting ', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (267, 'episode', '2009-01-07', 'Copyfight Volume 4: Free Beatles', ' Story:
\r\n Podcast Feed:
', 'threethrity', 92, 16, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (268, 'episode', '2009-01-08', 'Lightweight Web Browsing With Arora', 'Deepgeek continues the lightweight applications series ', 'deepgeek', 73, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (269, 'episode', '2009-01-09', 'Cups', 'klaatu talks about printing in linux', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (270, 'episode', '2009-01-12', 'Licensing Part 2 - AGPL and LGPL', '

\r\n', 'Dann', 7, 20, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (271, 'episode', '2009-01-13', 'Stallman on Free Beer', 'This\r\nis an interview with Richard Stallman framed as a "review" of FREE\r\nBEER, the worlds first collaborative "free" beer ("free'''' as in `free\r\nspeech", not as in "free beer")
By SUPERFLEX in 2005. Creative Commons license: Attribution-ShareAlike', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (272, 'episode', '2009-01-14', 'EC Lug December 18th Meeting', 'EC Lug December 18th Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (273, 'episode', '2009-01-15', 'The socal Linux Expo', ' http://scale7x.socallinuxexpo.org/
\r\nSCALE 7x, the premier Open Source Community conference in the southwestern United States, returns to the Westin LAX Hotel, site of the 6th Expo! For 2009, the main weekend conference at SCALE 7x has been expanded. In addition to the three main tracks, a Beginner''s track and a Developer''s track have been added.
\r\n
\r\nWintermute interviews Orv Beach and Ilan Rabinovitch, both staff members of the ScaLE conference ', 'Wintermute21', 105, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (274, 'episode', '2009-01-16', 'TiddlyWiki', '
\r\nShow Notes & Running Order (More Or Less)\r\n\r\nWhat it is / what it''s not\r\nWhat people expect a wiki to be\r\n	Server based\r\n	Database storage\r\n	Multiple users\r\n	Revision control\r\nWhere TiddlyWiki is best suited\r\n	Journal\r\n	Start a new clean wiki each month / year and tar.gz the previous one to be archived\r\n	Personal wiki you can take with you on a thumbdrive\r\n	A scratch pad for ideas on a project, ideal to zip and send to a client\r\nJavaScript & CSS\r\nPlatform Neutral\r\n	Gecko based\r\n	Opera etc require additional TiddlySaver.jar file\r\nGTD Variants (b3cubed)\r\nAlternates (didiwiki, woas)\r\nNo install needed\r\nBackstage\r\nTiddlers\r\nPlugins\r\n	Installing plugins\r\nThemes\r\n	Blackicity theme from tiddlythemes.com\r\n	Installing themes - Importing themes\r\n	Installing themes - Empty file, importing tiddlers\r\nNo passwords, encryption or theme switching by default\r\nA wiki for each project\r\n	Separate folders for each 
TiddlyWiki\r\n	Backups created by default\r\n	Rename your empty-tiddlywiki.html file anything you want\r\n	Some config info kept in cookies\r\nUpgrading\r\nSyncing with a version of TiddlyWiki on a different PC\r\nFree TiddlyWiki hosting at tiddlyspot.com, can be private\r\nEvery wiki uses it''s own syntax\r\nWhy I needed something like TiddlyWiki\r\nDidiWiki requires a port opened to work\r\n

\r\nLinks
\r\nThe main project site
\r\n The official wiki
\r\nThemes for TiddlyWiki
\r\n Guides for TiddlyWiki
\r\n WikiOnAStick
\r\n DidiWiki
\r\nA free hosted TiddlyWiki site.
\r\nDCubed GTD TiddlyWiki
\r\nMonkey GTD TiddlyWiki
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Giver is a simple file sharing desktop application. Visit the original Giver Hack Week Page and check out the video.
The ogg version of this episode is located on http://monsterb.org/hpr.html.', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (276, 'episode', '2009-01-20', 'ANCIENT ORANGE MEAD', '
\r\nmakes roughly 1 US gallon after headspace and spillage are factored in\r\n\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n3 1/2 pounds (1.5 kgs.) of honey\r\n1 large orange\r\n1 small handful of raisins\r\n1 cinnamon stick\r\n2 cloves\r\npinch of nutmeg and allspice (optional)\r\n1 sachet bread yeast\r\nwater to just under 4 liters\r\n\r\n\r\nProcedure\r\n\r\nCut orange into eigths.  Add orange slices (peels and all) to a 4 liter \r\njug, then add honey, spices, and water to 4 liters, less headspace.  Cap \r\nand shake, mixing well.  Uncap, add yeast.  Cap and shake again.  Uncap \r\nand attach waterlock.  Let sit for 2 to 2 1/2 months.  When mead is \r\nclear syphon it into clean bottles.  Cap or cork these.  Mead is now \r\nready to drink, but gets better with age. \r\n\r\n\r\nAdditional Reading\r\n\r\nThe obligatory Wikipedia article\r\nA nice overview of mead history and nomenclature.  (I''ve contributed to \r\nit myself, so you just know it''s good!) \r\nhttp://
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mead\r\n\r\nGotmead.com \r\nThe single biggest mead resource on the Web.  The forums are \r\nparticularly useful.  Many very knowledgeable and friendly people hang \r\nout here. http://www.gotmead.com\r\n\r\nThe Mead Lover''s Digest \r\nA venerable email forum, that gets sent out whenever there''s enough \r\ncontent to fill and issue.  Lots of good advice and recipes here.  This \r\nis the introduction/signup page. http://www.talisman.com/mead/\r\n
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\r\n\r\nOverview of CFengine
\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cfengine\r\n
\r\nThe Promise of System Configuration: Google Tech Talks - November 5, 2008 \r\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CCXs4Om5pY\r\n
\r\nA simple overview of cfengine: Debian Administration\r\nhttp://www.debian-administration.org/articles/223\r\n
\r\nCentralized Host Configuration With Cfengine: Sun BigAdmin System Administration Portal\r\nhttp://www.sun.com/bigadmin/features/articles/cfengine_part1.html\r\nhttp://www.sun.com/bigadmin/features/articles/cfengine_part2.html\r\n
\r\nIan Southam:\r\nhttp://www.schubergphilis.com/\r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (280, 'episode', '2009-01-26', 'Aftershow', 'An unintended, and impromptu, aftershow conversation between kajarii and threethirty, recorded after a call-in episode of the lottalinuxlinks.com linux user podcast.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (281, 'episode', '2009-01-27', 'Expressive Programming 6: How, do you, view programming: artisticly, scientificly, or staticly?', 'Uberchick continues the Expressive Prgramming series', 'UberChick', 95, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (282, 'episode', '2009-01-28', 'Python Programming 101: Part 2', '
\r\nprint ("Hello World")\r\n\r\nprint ("Hello \\"World")\r\n\r\nx = 1\r\nprint (x)\r\n\r\nx = 1\r\nx = x + 5\r\nx = x * 7\r\nprint (x)\r\n\r\nx = 1 + 5 * 7\r\nprint (x)\r\n\r\nx = (1 + 5) * 7\r\nprint (x)\r\n\r\n# This is a comment\r\nx = (1 + 5) * 7\r\n# print ("5")\r\nprint (x)\r\n\r\nx = "Hello World"\r\nprint (x)\r\n\r\nx = "Hello"\r\ny = "World"\r\nprint (x+y)\r\n\r\nx = "Hello"\r\ny = "World"\r\nprint (x + " " + y)\r\n\r\nsFirstName = "John"\r\nsSurname = "Smith"\r\nprint ("Dear " + sFirstName + " " + sSurname)\r\n\r\nx = 13\r\nsFirstName = "John"\r\nsSurname = "Smith"\r\nif x < 12:\r\n	print ("Good Morning " + sFirstName + " " + sSurname)\r\nelse:\r\n	print ("Good Evening " + sFirstName + " " + sSurname)\r\n\r\nx = 11\r\nsFirstName = "John"\r\nsSurname = "Smith"\r\nif x < 12:\r\n	print ("Good Morning " + sFirstName + " " + sSurname)\r\nelse:\r\n	print ("Good Evening " + sFirstName + " " + sSurname)\r\nprint ("When does this get 
printed?")\r\n\r\n
', 'Xoke', 79, 25, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (283, 'episode', '2009-01-29', 'Convert Ogg to MP3', 'Convert Ogg to MP3
monsterb, threethirty, klaatu, and Peter64 talk about audio converters.
ffmpeg is a command line tool to convert multimedia files between formats.
Linux Cranks Oggcast forum thread on converting Ogg to MP3.
Perl Audio Converter is a tool for converting multiple audio types from one format to another.
SoundConverter - GNOME Sound Conversion.
SoX is a cross-platform command line utility that can convert various formats of computer audio files in to other formats.', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (284, 'episode', '2009-01-30', 'Roundtable 1: Is Google Evil?', 'Morgellon, Plexie, Klaatu, Drake Anubis, and Skirlet discuss whether google is evil.', 'Roundtable', 108, 26, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (285, 'episode', '2009-02-02', 'Hacker', '

Definitions taken from different dictionaries, with non-IT related definitions removed for relevance.

\r\n

"Hacker" :n

\r\n
    \r\n
  1. A programmer who breaks into computer systems in order to steal or change or destroy information as a form of cyber-terrorism [syn: cyber-terrorist, cyberpunk]
  2. \r\n
  3. A programmer for whom computing is its own reward; may enjoy the challenge of breaking into other computers but does no harm; "true hackers subscribe to a code of ethics and look down upon crackers"
  4. \r\n
  5. A person who enjoys exploring the details of programmable systems and how to stretch their capabilities, as opposed to most users, who prefer to learn only the minimum necessary.
  6. \r\n
  7. One who programs enthusiastically (even obsessively) or who enjoys programming rather than just theorizing about programming.
  8. \r\n
  9. A person capable of appreciating hack value.
  10. \r\n
  11. A person who is good at programming quickly.
  12. \r\n
  13. An expert at a particular program, or one who frequently does work using it or on it; as in `a Unix hacker''. (Definitions 1 through 5 are correlated, and people who fit them congregate.)
  14. \r\n
  15. An expert or enthusiast of any kind. One might be an astronomy hacker, for example.
  16. \r\n
  17. One who enjoys the intellectual challenge of creatively overcoming or circumventing limitations.
  18. \r\n
  19. [deprecated] A malicious meddler who tries to discover sensitive information by poking around. Hence `password hacker'', `network hacker''. The correct term for this sense is cracker.
  20. \r\n
', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (286, 'episode', '2009-02-03', 'Zoneminder Install', 'jelkimantis talks about Zoneminder , a Linux video camera security and surveillance solution', 'jelkimantis', 90, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (287, 'episode', '2009-02-04', 'sysctl', 'Klaatu talks about the lil'' kernel paramater command "sysctl" and how it\r\nenables your computer to stop responding to pings, and more.
\r\n
\r\n\r\nogg version located at\r\nhttp://www.thebadapples.info/audiophile/sysctl.ogg', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (288, 'episode', '2009-02-06', 'EC Lug Meething Jan 12th', 'Audio from the EC Lug Jan 12th meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (289, 'episode', '2009-02-07', 'Running Linux on Compact Flash', 'Shownotes are located on deepgeek''s website. Go there for ogg and flac\r\nversions as well as full show notes with photographs, mirrors of other\r\npodcasts that influenced this one, and an example of /etc/fstab for the\r\nproject.', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (290, 'episode', '2009-02-09', 'NaNoWriMo.org', 'NaNoWriMo.org\r\n
or\r\n
"I Gotta Be Outa My Friggin'' Mind"\r\n

\r\nNaNoWriMo.org (National Novel Writing Month) is an organization that \r\nsponsors an event each November wherein participants set out to write a \r\nnovel in thirty days. The challenges and obsticles are many, not the \r\nleast of which are the writers themselves.\r\n

\r\nnanowrimo.org\r\n

Also of interest to writers:\r\n
Critters Story Group\r\n

', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (291, 'episode', '2009-02-10', 'moonlight discussion', '
monsterb, threethirty, klaatu,\r\njlindsay, and dann talk about moonlight, mono, silverlight, flash,\r\nlicensing, and patents. Plus the debut of a votekick ending.
moonlight is an open source implementation of Microsoft Silverlight for Unix systems.
mono is a cross platform, open source .NET development framework.
mono licensing GPL, LGL, MIT X11
Fox Movie Trailers to test moonlight and silverlight.', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (292, 'episode', '2009-02-11', 'All Songs Considered 6: Freedom was born', 'Another song from Chad from the linuxbasement', 'Chad', 101, 22, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (293, 'episode', '2009-02-12', 'Illustrious Programmer Ep 0', 'first ep in Jelkimantis'' new series', 'jelkimantis', 90, 27, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (294, 'episode', '2009-02-13', 'Copyfight Vol5: Filtering', 'original story :
http://www.boingboing.net/2009/02/10/mpaas-beloved-networ.html\r\n
\r\n
\r\nPetition :
http://publicknowledge.cmail1.com/T/ViewEmail/y/18C852B44675F35A/D60B49FF968D258D9A8E73400EDACAB4', 'threethrity', 92, 16, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (295, 'episode', '2009-02-16', 'Illustrious Programmer E1: Vocab and Basics', 'Jelkimatis continues his Illustrious Programmer series', 'jelkimantis', 90, 27, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (296, 'episode', '2009-02-17', 'EC LUG Jan 15 meeting', 'EC LUG Jan 15 meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (297, 'episode', '2009-02-18', 'Open VPN', 'UTOS OpenVPN presentation', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (298, 'episode', '2009-02-19', 'AutoNessus', 'Ken Fallon interviews the autonessus developer', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (299, 'episode', '2009-02-20', 'LInuxTalk', 'LinuxTalk', 'threethrity', 92, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (300, 'episode', '2009-02-23', 'Big 300', 'interviews from various hpr hosts...\r\n

\r\nthanks to everyone who makes HPR possible', 'Various Hosts', 109, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (301, 'episode', '2009-02-24', 'News Cast Ep0', 'Ep 0 of finux''s newscast series', 'finux', 85, 28, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (302, 'episode', '2009-02-25', 'Python Programming Part 3', '\r\n

\r\nfor x in range(1, 10):\r\n       print(x)\r\n\r\n\r\nfor x in range(1, 11):\r\n       print(x)\r\n\r\n\r\ny = 0\r\nfor x in range(1,101):\r\n       y = y + x\r\nprint(y)\r\n\r\n\r\ny = 0\r\nx = 1\r\nwhile x < 101:\r\n       y = y + x\r\n       x = x + 1\r\nprint (y)\r\n\r\n\r\nx = 0\r\ny = 0\r\nz = 1\r\n\r\nwhile z < 100:\r\n       x = y\r\n       y = z\r\n       z = x + y\r\n       print (z)\r\n\r\n\r\nx = 0\r\ny = 0\r\nz = 1\r\n\r\nwhile z < 100:\r\n       print (z)\r\n       x = y\r\n       y = z\r\n       z = x + y\r\n\r\n\r\nx = 0\r\ny = 0\r\nz = input(''What number do we start from?'')\r\ni = input(''And up to which number should we calculate'')\r\n\r\nwhile z < i:\r\n       print (z)\r\n       x = y\r\n       y = z\r\n       z = x + y\r\n
', 'Xoke', 79, 25, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (303, 'episode', '2009-02-26', 'lottanzb, my computers, and a quick movie review', 'lottanzb, my computers, and a quick movie review

\r\nlottanzb;

\r\ndeepgeek''s newsgroup hpr episode;

\r\nmy computers; and a boy and his dog.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (304, 'episode', '2009-02-27', 'Phone Line Troubleshooting', 'Wintermute talks about phone line troubleshooting', 'Wintermute21', 105, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (305, 'episode', '2009-03-02', 'Hard core Ogg player on the cheap', ' Sansa e250 $29.99 \r\n
\r\n\r\n \r\n8gb MicroSDHC $24.99 \r\n
\r\n \r\nRock box for sansa
\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n Boot loader instructions ', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (306, 'episode', '2009-03-03', 'News Cast Ep 1 ', 'second ep of finux''s series\r\n', 'finux', 85, 28, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (307, 'episode', '2009-03-04', 'Krita', '\r\nKlaatu compares Krita, Gimp and, obligatorily, Ph0t0sh0p.', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (308, 'episode', '2009-03-05', 'EC Feb 05 Meeting', 'EC Feb 05 Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (309, 'episode', '2009-03-06', 'Compiling a linux kernel', 'Deepgeek briefly gives his impressions of custom compiling a linux\r\nkernel.', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (310, 'episode', '2009-03-09', 'SSH tunneling', 'Knightwise talks about using ssh connections for terminal applications, filesharing and ssh tunneling.', 'Knightwise', 111, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (311, 'episode', '2009-03-10', 'Firewall Distros', 'Mark discusses a few different firewall distros', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (312, 'episode', '2009-03-11', 'Illustrious Programmer Ep02', 'the thrid episode of the Illustrious programmer series', 'jelkimantis', 90, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (313, 'episode', '2009-03-12', 'Recesion Era Media', '\r\nDO-IT-YOURSELF ANTENNA \r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nThe Gray-Hoverman Antenna (a GPL 3.0 \r\nversion) \r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nThe \r\nDigital Home forum\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nTV Fool\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Linux Outlaws Antenna thread\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nA few do-it-yourself antenna designs on Instructables \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nMYTHTV AND THE LIKE\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nInfo about MythTV is not at all hard to come by these days, but here''s a \r\nfew places to start off with, just in case it is new to you.\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nMythTV\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nMythbuntu\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nMythdora\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nBoxee\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nThis is an app that some people bill as an alternative to Mythbox\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nROCKBOX\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nRockbox rocks!\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nWEB-ONLY SHOWS\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nGemini Division\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nDrawn By Pain\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nStar Trek: Phase II\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nStar Trek: Of Gods and \r\nMen\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nDr. Horrible''s Sing Along Blog \r\n\r\n
(I figure there might be a few people on Earth who haven''t yet seen Dr. Horrible. A really \r\nwonderful production, and a nice example of the wide breadth that Web content can take.)', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (314, 'episode', '2009-03-13', 'LVM2', 'Kevin gives a brief and basic overview of Logical Volume\r\nManagement, or LVM.\r\n\r\nPlease note that I will be using a Debian GNU+Linux frame of\r\nreference, and that there is a possibility that some of the\r\ncommand-line details of some of he commands may differ to some extent.\r\n\r\nAlso note that the current LVM package is "LVM2", and that when I use\r\nthe term LVM, that I am, indeed, referring to LVM2.\r\n', 'Kevin Benko', 113, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (315, 'episode', '2009-03-16', 'Interview with ChrisJohnRiley', 'finux interviews ChrisJohnRiley', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (316, 'episode', '2009-03-17', 'Raid LVM', 'Mark discusses software raid and LVM', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (317, 'episode', '2009-03-19', 'NewsCast Ep 2', 'finux continues his news cast series', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (318, 'episode', '2009-03-20', 'Git', 'UTOS presentation on GIT', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (319, 'episode', '2009-03-20', 'EC LUG Feb 12th Meeting', 'EC LUG Feb 12th Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (320, 'episode', '2009-03-23', 'Audacious', 'Running Order\r\n

Little dogs\r\n

    \r\n
  • XMMS
  • \r\n
\r\nWinamp similarities\r\n
    \r\n
  • Layout (3 magnetic windows)
  • \r\n
  • Compatible skins
  • \r\n
  • System tray icon & control
  • \r\n
\r\nPlugins\r\n
    \r\n
  • Status icon
  • \r\n
  • Global hotkeys
  • \r\n
  • Audio compressor
  • \r\n
\r\nBig dogs\r\n
    \r\n
  • Multi section windows
  • \r\n
  • Podcatchers
  • \r\n
  • Last.fm
  • \r\n
  • Syncing of media folders & MP3 players
  • \r\n
\r\n

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 11, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (321, 'episode', '2009-03-24', 'Parrot', 'Parrot is a virtual machine designed to efficiently compile and execute bytecode for dynamic languages. Parrot currently hosts a variety of language implementations in various stages of completion, including Tcl, Javascript, Ruby, Lua, Scheme, PHP, Python, Perl 6, APL, and a .NET bytecode translator. Parrot is not about parrots, though we are rather fond of them for obvious reasons. Guru at Guru Labs for 1.5 years. I teach, work on courseware, and assorted Perl programming. In my spare time I work on Parrot and recently a roguelike. I''ve been working on Parrot for about a year, in which time I''ve written a LOLCODE and Ruby compiler and done a lot of work on Exceptions and some work implementing features in Perl 6. I''d like to talk about Parrot and/or Perl 6! That''s about as specific as I get. If nobody has any more-specific requests, I''d like to run through implementing a simple language and the parts of a Parrot compiler. Maybe scheme? I haven''t decided yet.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (322, 'episode', '2009-03-25', 'EC Lug Feb 19th Meeting', 'EC LUG Feb 19th Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (323, 'episode', '2009-03-26', 'zenity', 'zenity

\r\nzenity in a bash script example.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (324, 'episode', '2009-03-27', 'webmin', 'Mark talks about webmin', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (325, 'episode', '2009-03-30', 'RoundTable Ep 2: Is There such a thing as Ethical Hacking?', '

Three-Thirty, AJ, Nick, and Klaatu discuss the question "Is there such a thing as Ethical Hacking?"

\r\n\r\n

An ogg version of this episode is also available.

', 'Roundtable', 108, 26, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (326, 'episode', '2009-03-31', 'Setting up a Monitor', 'xoke explains how he sets up his monitor', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (327, 'episode', '2009-04-01', 'Mozilla Profiles', '

Commands\r\n

    \r\n
  • firefox -P : opens Firefox at profile prompt
  • \r\n
  • firefox -P "Foo" : opens Firefox with Foo profile
  • \r\n
\r\n

Change "firefox" for "thunderbird" to do the same for email profiles.

\r\n

Locations (on Linux), these are hidden .folders.

\r\n
    \r\n
  • Firefox : /home/foo/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini
  • \r\n
  • Thunderbird : /home/foo/.mozilla-thunderbird/profiles.ini
  • \r\n
\r\n

Locations for Windows & Mac users.

\r\n

Profiles.ini settings

\r\n
    \r\n
  • Name : name used in profile
  • \r\n
  • Path : path to profile folder
  • \r\n
  • Default : default profile used when just "firefox" or "thunderbird" are exectuted
  • \r\n
\r\n

Firefox Extensions

\r\n
    \r\n
  • FEBE : Firefox Environment Backup Extension
  • \r\n
  • OPIE : Ordered Preference Import/Export
  • \r\n
  • CLEO : Compact Library Extension Organizer
  • \r\n
\r\n

Thunderbird Extensions

\r\n\r\n

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (328, 'episode', '2009-04-02', 'Puppet, Systems Building Systems', 'Andrew Shafer works full time on the Open Source system management framework, Puppet. He brings with him a background in computational science, embedded Linux development, web frameworks and Agile methods. Andrew has been an Open Source user and advocate since the late 90s. He was a speaker at the 2008 Utah Open Source Conference.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (329, 'episode', '2009-04-03', 'SSH Part 2', '

HOWTO use ssh keys and ssh-agent to provide easier SSH''ing in your network!

\r\n

Listen carefully for bonus subliminal messages delivered by Klaatu''s friend''s (black) cat.

\r\n

This episode also available in ogg.,/a>

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (330, 'episode', '2009-04-06', 'Listgarden', 'deepgeek reviews listgarden an rss generator \r\n\r\nshownotes: deepggeek.us/listgarden.html\r\n http://talkgeektome.us ', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (331, 'episode', '2009-04-07', 'Snort Part 2', 'Operat0r hosts a follow up episode to his snort ep', 'operat0r', 36, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (332, 'episode', '2009-04-08', 'Libre Planet 2009', 'Libre Planet 2009 conference 1 of 5\r\n\r\n\r\nFSF Annual Meeting :: Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 1 of 5\r\n\r\nThe event was held at the Harvard Science Center, Cambridge, MA on March 21st and 22nd, 2009.\r\n\r\n[00:00:00 to 00:04:47] Welcome. Peter Brown (FSF Executive Director)\r\n\r\n[00:04:17 to 00:06:24] Un-conference Orientation - Rob Myers and Matt Lee\r\n\r\n[00:06:25 to 01:11:54] Jeremy Allison, The Elephant in the Room: Microsoft and Free Software\r\n\r\nFor more information please visit: http://www.fsf.org/associate/meetings/2009/', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (333, 'episode', '2009-04-09', 'BruCON Interview', 'finux interviews Benny, a security consultant and organizer of BruCON ', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (334, 'episode', '2009-04-10', 'Toti', '
\r\nTHEATER OF THE IMAGINATION\r\n
\r\nDramatic Audio Media, And Its Context\r\n

\r\nShownotes -- In No Particular Order (Yay!)\r\n

\r\nFirst off, there''s the Wikipedia page for audiobooks (strangely, they don''t seem to have one specifically for podiobooks -- at least, when I \r\nlooked. Someone should fix that. But not me. I''m too busy. Or something.) \r\n
\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audiobook\r\n\r\n

\r\nThe Internet Archive''s Old Time Radio "Gunsmoke" collection\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.archive.org/details/OTRR_Certified_Gunsmoke\r\n\r\n

\r\nDarker Projects (lots of fun going on here)\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.darkerprojects.com\r\n\r\n

\r\nDecoder Ring Theatre (The Red Panda is da man -- and his female sidekick is too...rowaar!)\r\n
\r\n
href=http://decoderring.libsyn.com/\r\n\r\n

\r\nBrokenSea Audio Productions (lookin'' good)\r\n
\r\n
href=http://brokensea.com/\r\n\r\n

\r\nFor live stage productions, check this guy out -- I haven''t seen him, myself, but he''s got right idea!\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.ruyasonic.com/\r\n\r\n

\r\nAgain, not anyone I''ve seen, but they sure have the fire!\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.atbplayers.com/\r\n\r\n

\r\nOriginal street sound f/x\r\n
\r\nBy gezortenplotz (http://www.freesound.org/usersViewSingle.php?id=11536)\r\nNYC_street leve02l.wav (http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=44796)\r\n
\r\nremixed by yours truly\r\n\r\n

\r\nIntro and Outro music by the Benny Goodman Orchestra, "Sing, Sing, Sing", performed on the "Camel Caravan", on November 4th, \r\n1939 (public domain, and available at the Internet Archive here)\r\n', 'lostnbronx', 107, 52, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (335, 'episode', '2009-04-13', 'Linux Netbooks', 'Linux Netbooks

monsterb, Azimuth, Klaatu, LilMiss64, Peter64, and the Gutsy Geeks talk about Linux Netbooks.
Netbooks Mentioned: Acer Aspire One, Asus Eee Pc 700, 900, 1000, Dell Mini 9, HP, MSI, Sylvania G Meso

Going Linux http://goinglinux.com
Gutsy Geeks http://www.gutsygeeks.com', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (336, 'episode', '2009-04-14', 'Asterisk', 'Mark Clarke and Darlene Parker talk about Asterisk', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (337, 'episode', '2009-04-15', 'Linux at Work', 'Knightwise talks about linux in the workplace', 'Knightwise', 111, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (338, 'episode', '2009-04-16', 'cappuccino', '

Klaatu reveals the methodology and secrets of making the perfect cappuccino.

\r\n

Here''s the ogg version.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (339, 'episode', '2009-04-17', 'Reasons to love Symlinks', 'rkirk talks about the reasons he loves symlinks', 'rkirk', 114, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (340, 'episode', '2009-04-20', 'RTFM', 'ken talks about the history behind RTFM', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (341, 'episode', '2009-04-21', ' Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 2 of 5', 'FSF Annual Meeting :: Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 2 of 5

The event was held at the Harvard Science Center, Cambridge, MA on March 21st and 22nd, 2009.

[00:00:00 to 00:47:37] Mako Hill, Cloud Computing/Software as a Service - defining Freedom for Network Services

[00:47:38 to 01:19:22] Alexandre Oliva, Freeing the kernel and the Linux Libre project

For more information please visit: http://www.fsf.org/associate/meetings/2009/', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (342, 'episode', '2009-04-22', 'Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 3 of 5', 'FSF Annual Meeting :: Libre Planet 2009 Conference\r\nFSF Annual Meeting :: Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 3 of 5

The event was held at the Harvard Science Center, Cambridge, MA on March 21st and 22nd, 2009.

Toward a LibrePlanet - Free Software Activism worldwide (Brian Gough, Ryan Bagueros, Bradley Kuhn)

For more information please visit: http://www.fsf.org/associate/meetings/2009/', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (343, 'episode', '2009-04-23', 'Virtualization', 'Mark and Darlene talk about Virtualization\r\n\r\n', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (344, 'episode', '2009-04-24', 'EC Lug March 12th Meeting', 'EC Lug March 12th Meeting', 'EC Lug', 93, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (345, 'episode', '2009-04-27', 'Editing the auto-generated menu in Linux', '

Locations\r\n\r\nMenu files (requires root to edit)\r\n

    \r\n
  • /usr/shar/applications
  • \r\n
\r\n\r\nIcon files\r\n
    \r\n
  • /usr/share/pixmaps
  • \r\n
  • /usr/share/icons/foo
  • \r\n
\r\n\r\n

Edit files in plain text editor like GEdit

\r\n\r\nEllements pointed out in episode (there are plenty more, they vary per app, & distro)\r\n
    \r\n
  • Name : the name it will display on the menu (may need to change Name[foo] to reflect your language)
  • \r\n
  • Language : speaks for itself
  • \r\n
  • Comment : the rollover text
  • \r\n
  • Exec : the command it will execute when clicked
  • \r\n
  • Icon : the path to the icon shown in the menu
  • \r\n
  • OnlyShowIn : useful when trying to find why an application may not be showing the menu
  • \r\n\r\n
  • Terminal : runs the command in a terminal
  • \r\n\r\n
  • Categories : (I think) this is the submenu groups where it''ll appear on the menu
  • \r\n
\r\ n

Changes sometimes take a little while to update, restarting X or rebooting will force it to re-read that folder and apply the changes.

\r\nXCFE Tip\r\n
    \r\n
  • Right click to edit menu. Click on something like a separator, move it up, then down to it''s original place. Save.
  • \r\n
\r\n

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (346, 'episode', '2009-04-28', 'GridBackup', 'Shawn Willden presents on GridBackup: A peer to peer backup system built on top of the allmydata.org Tahoe distributed file system.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (347, 'episode', '2009-04-29', 'Watchmen: the motion comic', 'Watchmen: the motion comic

\r\nWatchmen Motion Comic on wikipedia.

\r\nWatchmen Motion Comic on IMDB.

\r\nWatchmen Comic Movie official website.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (348, 'episode', '2009-04-30', 'How I Found Linux 001', 'How I Found Linux 001

LilMiss64 - Professional BZFlag Player
Peter64 - Linux Cranks
David Abbott - Linux Crazy
Klaatu - Fedora Reloaded, & The Bad Apples
lostinbronx - This guy is lost in Bronx.
dwick - dwick.org
Ken Fallon - kenfallon.com
Azimuth - Linux Cranks

Send your "How I Found Linux" audio clip to monsterb (at) linuxcranks (dot) info.', 'monsterb', 99, 29, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (349, 'episode', '2009-05-01', 'The Hacker Within', 'thewtex talks about the hacker within', 'thewtex', 69, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (350, 'episode', '2009-05-05', 'How I found Linux 002', '
Thistleweb - HPR Correspondent
TerryF - IRC Master
David from NYC
weex - Try GNU + Linux Free Software Podcast
scriptmunkee - Try GNU + Linux Free Software Podcast
Russ Wenner - The Techie Geek

Send your "How I Found Linux" audio clip to monsterb (at) linuxcranks (dot) info.', 'monsterb', 99, 29, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (351, 'episode', '2009-05-05', 'Network Basics', 'klaatu talks about basic networking', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (352, 'episode', '2009-05-06', 'Open Source Business Models', 'Mark and Darlene talk about Open source business models', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (353, 'episode', '2009-05-07', 'Pete Wood Interview', 'finux interviews Pete Wood', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (354, 'episode', '2009-05-08', 'The Jerks Among us', 'THE JERKS AMONG US \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nMusic in this episode\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\n"Give Me Your Hand" and "Voicedance"\r\nsung by \r\n
\r\nDanny Fong, et al, \r\n
\r\ndetails here\r\n
\r\nDanny''s \r\npage on the Podsafe Network\r\n\r\n

\r\n"Whipass"\r\n
\r\nby \r\n
\r\nRay (the man''s a genius)\r\n
\r\nFound all over the Internet, but here''s a \r\nlink to it over on \r\nZefrank''s site, along with a page of \r\nfunny remixes.', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (355, 'episode', '2009-05-11', 'Star Trek', 'deepgeek reviews star trek', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (356, 'episode', '2009-05-13', 'BBS', 'Lord Drachenblut and others talk about BBS''s', 'Lord Drachenblut', 24, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (357, 'episode', '2009-05-13', 'Network Basics Part 2', '

In episode 2 of Networking Basics, Klaatu covers Routers, Switches, and Hubs. He also discusses the concepts of Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains.

\r\n

The ogg version is available here.

', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (358, 'episode', '2009-05-15', 'Libre Planet 2009 Part 4', 'FSF Annual Meeting :: Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 4 of 5

The event was held at the Harvard Science Center, Cambridge, MA on March 21st and 22nd, 2009.

[00:00:00 to 00:46:45] Evan Prodromou, Identi.ca and engineering for free network services

[00:46:46 to 01:25:45] Rob Savoye, Gnash and Cygnal project.

For more information please visit: http://www.fsf.org/associate/meetings/2009/', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (359, 'episode', '2009-05-16', 'Control 4', 'Ryan Erickson works for Control4 (http://www.control4.com), and has worked and played with Home Automation for over 10 years. He will present an introduction to Home Automation, and discuss Control4''s Home Automation products. Ryan will cover: # What is Home Automation? # How does it work? # Open Source Home Automation projects # DIY vs. ''Professional'' # Control4''s approach to Home Automation', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (360, 'episode', '2009-05-19', 'How I found Linux 3', 'How I Found Linux 003

A.J. - Linux Geekdom
threethirty - FLHL, Linux Cranks, SKT
Nathan Hale - Productive Linux
Verbal - Verbal''s Linux Trivia Podcast
Charles - mintCast
 Jeremy & J.D. - DistroCast

Send your "How I Found Linux" audio clip to monsterb (at) linuxcranks (dot) info.', 'monsterb', 99, 29, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (361, 'episode', '2009-05-20', 'Programming 101 Part 4', 'Xoke continues his programming series', 'Xoke', 79, 25, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (362, 'episode', '2009-05-21', 'Libre Planet 2009 Part 5', 'FSF Annual Meeting :: Libre Planet 2009 Conference Episode 5 of 5

The event was held at the Harvard Science Center, Cambridge, MA on March 21st and 22nd, 2009.

[00:00:00 to 00:33:45] - Ciaran O''Riordan, End Software Patents

[00:33:46\r\nto 00:51:38] - Richard M. Stallman, Hardware for Free Software and\r\nthe presentation ceremony of the Free Software Awards

[00:51:39 to 01:20:19] - Routing for the day

[01:20:20 to 01:45:15] - End of Unconference (with special musical guest, Kat Walsh)

For more information please visit: http://www.fsf.org/associate/meetings/2009/', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (363, 'episode', '2009-05-22', 'Networking Basics Part 3', '

In the third episode of Basic Networking, Klaatu talks about all things Ethernet; from the physical construction of the cables to the structure of the data frames being sent over them.

\r\n\r\n

As usual, an ogg version is available over on the bad apples.

', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (364, 'episode', '2009-05-23', 'TiT Radio Pilot', 'TiT Radio - Pilot 000
\r\nmonsterb and friends kick off the pilot of TiT Radio. A new\r\nseries on HPR, streaming Live on ddphackradio.org. Please visit http://titradio.info for shownotes and more information.', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (365, 'episode', '2009-05-25', 'Green Computing', 'Mark and Darlene talk about Green Computing', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (366, 'episode', '2009-05-27', 'The Open Source Data Center', 'During the last 10 years of system administration I have been involved in a number of data center migrations and build-outs. As these projects came and went I began to see patterns emerge in the set of services and software required to run a successful operations infrastructure. This presentation will describe these patterns, and provide an overview of the Open Source software available to implement them. About Dan: Dan Hanks has been involved with Linux System administration since 1998, when he worked for EagleNet Online, a small ISP in Provo, which, in a sense, was the birthplace of PLUG. After EagleNet he worked as a systems and database administrator for Nothsky/About.com/Primedia/United Online and is currently a system administrator for Omniture. He has varied interests, ranging from computers and technology to astronomy, geology, music, art, and family history research. He holds a Bachelor''s degree in Computer Science from BYU, and is the father of 4 adventuresome children. He (occasionally) blogs at http://brainshed.com, and tweets as @danhanks.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (367, 'episode', '2009-05-28', 'Screw you Hacker', 'another song by Chad from the linux basement', 'Chad', 101, 22, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (368, 'episode', '2009-05-29', 'GPS with gpsbabel, gpicsync and Google Earth', 'Marc Christensen presents on Geo Tagging pictures and overlaying GPS Data aligned with photos on Google Map and Google Earth', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (369, 'episode', '2009-05-29', 'UCLUG May Meeting', 'Upstate Carolina Linux User Group', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (370, 'episode', '2009-06-01', 'How I Found Linux 004', 'How I Found Linux 004

\r\nSkirlet - Fedora Reloaded Podcast
\r\nNicholas from PA
\r\nSigFLUP
\r\nNick Ali - Ubuntu Podcast
\r\nKristin Shoemaker - Ostatic Blog & Sudo Wrestling Podcast
\r\nTodd N
\r\nLawton Paul - Lawton Paul Design
\r\n
Send your "How I Found Linux" audio clip to monsterb (at) linuxcranks (dot) info.', 'monsterb', 99, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (371, 'episode', '2009-06-02', 'Introduction to SELinux', 'The traditional Unix security model is simple and beautiful. For decades it has been good enough for most people. However, it is starting to show its age. In the highest security settings, a more fine grained control system is needed. In the past, this meant using expensive, complicated, special purpose versions of Unix: trusted systems. (Trusted Solaris, Trusted AIX, Trusted HP-UX) SELinux, created by the NSA, is the most mature and complete response to the need for Trusted Linux systems. Unfortunately, because of the difficulty creating and maintaining trusted systems, their success has been limited. This is no longer acceptable. Today, even desktop systems and cell phones need high quality security. Imagine being able to sandbox your Web browser and e-mail client. The traditional Unix model makes this difficult and only partially possible. SELinux, on the other hand, makes fine grained security available to everyone. When it first appeared, SELinux was hard to learn and mysterious to troubleshoot. As a result, many people fear it. However, SELinux and the tools to manage it have come a long way. It''s time to lay fear aside. Stuart will teach what SELinux is, why it is great, basic troubleshooting and maintenance.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (372, 'episode', '2009-06-03', 'All Songs Considered 8: Gnu Day', 'Another Song by Chad from the linuxbasement', 'Chad', 101, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (373, 'episode', '2009-06-04', 'Qemu', '

Klaatu, on vacation in Niagra Falls (or so it sounds from all the background noise...), talks about Qemu.

\r\n

Qemu\r\nPre-built Virtual Machines to run with Qemu

\r\n

You may also choose to download the ogg version.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (374, 'episode', '2009-06-05', 'TiT Radio - Fluxbox 001', '\r\nmonsterb and friends talk about the light weight window manager called Fluxbox.  Please visit http://titradio.info for shownotes and more information.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (375, 'episode', '2009-06-08', 'SAP - the Simple Audio Player', 'SAP\r\n
\r\nthe Simple Audio Player\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nThe Sap Homepage:\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.jezra.net/projects/sap\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nSAP''s Launchpad Page:\r\n
\r\nhttps://launchpad.net/sap+\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nMusic In This Episode: \r\n
\r\nPineapple Rag \r\nby the one and only Scott Joplin; a recording of the piano roll (the original electronica -- or would that \r\nbe mechanica?), available in ogg vorbis, among other formats, at the Internet Archive.', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (376, 'episode', '2009-06-09', 'How I Found Linux 005', 'How I Found Linux 005

\r\nRandy Noseworthy - The Juiced Penguin & Randomized Radio Netcast

Send your "How I Found Linux" audio clip to monsterb (at) linuxcranks (dot) info.', 'monsterb', 99, 29, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (377, 'episode', '2009-06-10', 'Future of Artificial Intelligence in Open Source', 'Recent developments in Artificial Intelligence have enabled a basic computer system with no additional components to advance from a beginner in chess, to a master level in less than 300 games. This presentation will examine what a learning algorithm consists of, and why it may be important to Open Source in the future. By the end of this presentation the audience should have a foundational knowledge of what AI is and whether it may be useful in their own projects.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (378, 'episode', '2009-06-11', 'apt-move', 'Deepgeek talks about apt-move', 'deepgeek', 73, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (379, 'episode', '2009-06-12', 'SSL Ep 1 ', '

Klaatu reveals the mysteries of SSL certifications and why self-signing is not such a bad thing after all.

\r\n

CAcert.org - the self signing collective

\r\n

The ogg vorbis version of this episode can be downloaded here.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (380, 'episode', '2009-06-15', 'Troubleshooting Blue screens of Death', '

\r\nDebugging Tools link\r\n

\r\n

Some Common STOP codes: Bug Check 0xA: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

The \r\nIRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL bug check has a value of 0x0000000A. This indicates that \r\nMicrosoft Windows or a kernel-mode driver accessed paged memory at \r\nDISPATCH_LEVEL or above.

The following parameters are displayed on \r\nthe blue screen. Parameter Description 1 Memory referenced 2 IRQL at time of \r\nreference 3 0: Read 1: Write 4 Address which referenced memory Cause This bug \r\ncheck is issued if paged memory (or invalid memory) is accessed when the IRQL is \r\ntoo high. The error that generates this bug check usually occurs after the \r\ninstallation of a faulty device driver, system service, or BIOS. If you \r\nencounter bug check 0xA while upgrading to a later version of Windows, this \r\nerror might be caused by a device driver, a system service, a virus scanner, or \r\na backup tool that is incompatible with the new version.\r\nIf a kernel debugger is available, obtain a stack trace.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n

To resolve an error caused by a faulty device driver, system service, or BIOS
1. Restart your \r\ncomputer.
2. Press F8 at the character-based menu that displays the operating \r\nsystem choices.
3. Select the Last Known Good Configuration option from the \r\nWindows Advanced Options menu. This option is most effective when only one \r\ndriver or service is added at a time.

To resolve an error caused by an \r\nincompatible device driver, system service, virus scanner, or backup tool
1. \r\nCheck the System Log in Event Viewer for error messages that might identify the \r\ndevice or driver that caused the error.
2. Try disabling memory caching of the \r\nBIOS.
3. Run the hardware diagnostics supplied by the system manufacturer, \r\nespecially the memory scanner. For details on these procedures, see the owner''s \r\nmanual for your computer.
4. Make sure the latest Service Pack is installed.
5. \r\nIf your system has small computer system interface (SCSI) adapters, contact the \r\nadapter manufacturer to obtain updated Windows drivers. Try disabling sync \r\nnegotiation in the SCSI BIOS, checking the cabling and the SCSI IDs of each \r\ndevice, and confirming proper termination.
6. For integrated device electronics \r\n(IDE) devices, define the onboard IDE port as Primary only. Also, check each IDE \r\ndevice for the proper master/subordinate/stand-alone setting. Try removing all \r\nIDE devices except for hard disks. If the message appears during an installation \r\nof Windows, make sure that the computer and all installed peripherals are listed \r\nin the Microsoft Windows Marketplace Tested Products List.

 \r\n\r\nOther stop codes can be found at \r\nInterpreting Bug Check Codes', 'Wintermute21', 105, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC- SA', 0, 1), (382, 'episode', '2009-06-17', 'TiT Radio 002 - Potluck Roundtable', 'Please visit http://titradio.info for shownotes and more information.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (383, 'episode', '2009-06-18', 'TOR Interview', '

Klaatu talks to Wendy Seltzer of the TOR project about...the TOR project. Please note that even though Klaatu continually refers to the TOR Project as "The Onion Router", officially the TOR Project is now properly referred to as simply "the TOR Project".

\r\n

You can download the ogg vorbis version of this episode from the Bad Apples.

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (384, 'episode', '2009-06-19', 'Red Hat Interview', '

Klaatu talks to Eric from Red Hat about RHEL, Fedora, Linux in tha corporate world, and how proprietary blockades to adopting free software can be worked around for those of us who wear ties to work.

\r\n

Speaking of proprietary blockades...you can download this episode as an ogg file.
\r\nFor extra credit, check out Red Hat''s blog.

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (385, 'episode', '2009-06-22', 'Why Xandros doesn''t suck', 'Enigma reviews Xandros on the asus eee 900 netbook', 'Enigma', 39, 32, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (386, 'episode', '2009-06-23', 'SSH config file', '
\r\nGSSAPIAuthentication no\r\nForwardAgent yes\r\nEscapeChar none\r\nForwardX11 yes\r\nProtocol 2\r\n\r\nHost hometunnel\r\n	User homeuser\r\n	Hostname mymachine.dynamicdns.org\r\n	LocalForward 8080 192.168.1.100:80\r\n        Port 1234\r\n\r\nHost home\r\n	User homeuser\r\n	Hostname mymachine.dynamicdns.org\r\n        Port 1234\r\n\r\nHost work\r\n	User workuser\r\n	Hostname mywork.mycompany.com\r\n        IdentityFile ~/.ssh/work_id_dsa.pub\r\n\r\nHost isp\r\n        User ispuser\r\n        Hostname isp.example.com\r\n        IdentityFile ~/.ssh/isp_id_dsa.pub\r\n
\r\n ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (381, 'episode', '2009-06-16', ' OpenOffice.org, Twisted and Python', 'Justin Findlay gave a tutorial on scripting OpenOffice.org with Python, and Paul Cannon gave an overview of Twisted', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (387, 'episode', '2009-06-24', 'Linux Security', '\r\nIn the episode Darlene and I chat with Mohammed Ayad, a Linux Sys admin\r\nfrom Lybia about Linux security and the first Linux Day held in Libya.', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (388, 'episode', '2009-06-25', 'Interview with Beth Lynn of OLF', '

Klaatu first debates with his SouthEast Linux Fest pal, 8 year old Ethan, about where to conduct interviews...then talks to Beth Lynn about Ohio Linux Fest 2009 and all the new and exciting events planned for it!

\r\n

Get the ogg version of this episode by clicking on this link right.....here.\r\n

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (389, 'episode', '2009-06-26', 'Demo or Bust 2010', 'This is the First episode of Demo or Bust 2010 by SigFLUP, which is a series of HPR episodes dedicated to narrating the construction of a demo. If you''d like to see video of this episode you may at youtube username assemblyassembly', 'sigflup', 115, 33, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (390, 'episode', '2009-06-29', 'Interview with Alan Hicks', 'Klaatu and Alan Hicks (from the Slackbook project) chat about Slackware, 64bit support, slack hacking methodology, what''s in the works for Slackbook 3.0, Slackware'' intended audience, the SouthEast Linux Fest, and more.\r\n

Check out the book that got Klaatu addicted to Slack, Slackware Essentials
\r\nOr check out the revised Slackware Book project online at slackbook.org
\r\nAnd check out Slackware itself at slackware.com\r\nThis episode is also available in ogg vorbis format.', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (391, 'episode', '2009-06-30', 'TiT Radio 003 - Potluck Roundtable', 'This show was recorded live on June 27th 2009.

Please visit http://titradio.info for shownotes and more information.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (392, 'episode', '2009-07-01', 'Interview with Dual Core', '

Klaatu interviews int eighty and Remy from the group Dual Core.

\r\n

You can download this interview as an ogg file.
\r\nCheck out Dual Core on the world wide interwebs.

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (393, 'episode', '2009-07-03', 'Wine', 'The June 2008 meeting of the Ogden Area Linux User Group. Seth House presented on Wine.', 'UTOSC', 100, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (394, 'episode', '2009-07-03', 'Networking Basics Part 4 TCP and UDP', '

Klaatu continues his Network Basics series. This episode covers TCP and UDP.

\r\n

You can download the ogg version of this episode, or if you are using Firefox 3.5 then you can just listen to it right in your browser, by clicking here.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (395, 'episode', '2009-07-06', 'Foss Migration ', 'Mark and Darlene talk to Mohammed Ayad about Linux security. A good resource for\r\nLinux Migration info can be found at http://www.guide.conecta.it/', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (396, 'episode', '2009-07-07', 'RoundTable 3 - Social Networking', '

In the third official Hacker Public Round Table, Klaatu, Deepgeek, and Tottenkoph talk about "social networking", personal information on the web, the concept of identity, and so on.

\r\n

Some of the links they mention in this episode are:
\r\nmemestreams.net
\r\ngoodreads
\r\nmydeathspace.com
\r\n

\r\n

This episode also available in glorious low quality ogg vorbis.

\r\n', 'Roundtable', 108, 26, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (397, 'episode', '2009-07-08', 'Nerdapalooza 2009', 'Stankdawg interviews the founder of Nerdapalooza which is a nerdcore event that will be held in orlando florida this weekend', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (398, 'episode', '2009-07-09', 'Intro to Iptables', 'Just a brief and basic overview of IPtables with some mad ramblings about network packets, pornography, and ramen noodles.', 'Kevin Benko', 113, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (399, 'episode', '2009-07-10', 'Talk Geek to Me 1: WebHosting', 'Episode 00 of Talk Geek To Me, topic is "webhosting." ', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (400, 'episode', '2009-07-13', 'Homeless where the heart is', '\r\nFOSS and the Barrier To Acceptance\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nmusic in this episode:\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nfrom\r\nAlienSeduction\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nby Giuliano Lombardo\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nTraner\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nand\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nInshallah\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nfound at The Podsafe Music Network\r\n', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (401, 'episode', '2009-07-14', 'web2speech', 'web2speech http://kenfallon.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/web2speech.txt\r\n\r\nConverting wikipedia text to audio. http://kenfallon.com/?p=240', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (402, 'episode', '2009-07-15', 'Interview with Paul Frields of the Fedora Project', '

Klaatu talks to Paul Frields (of the Fedora Project) about Linux in\r\ncomputer forensics and government.

\r\n

You can also get this episode in ogg vorbis courtesy the good folks over at the Bad Apple\r\nLinux Ogg Cast.

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (403, 'episode', '2009-07-16', 'TIT Radio ep 4', 'On July 11th, 2009,  monsterb,  Peter "J" 64, \r\nAzimuth,  Artv61,  Klaatu, threethiry,  and pegwole sit\r\ndown at the fifth TiT roundtable.  For more information and\r\nshownotes. Please visit:  http://titradio.info', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (404, 'episode', '2009-07-17', 'Tikiwiki', '

Klaatu installs Tiki Wiki, a simple but full-featured wiki software.

\r\n

You may also listen to this episode in ogg vorbis.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (405, 'episode', '2009-07-20', 'Electronic Medical Records', 'janedoc talks about open source and electronic medical records.\r\n', 'janedoc', 116, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (406, 'episode', '2009-07-21', 'Moonshine', '

While everyone else at the SouthEast Linux Fest was watching the fine closing keynote by Mr. Paul Frields, Klaatu was hanging out in the hallways talking to Cobra2 (of unixporn.com), Alan Hicks (from the Slackbook project), and a few other SELF attendees as they discuss howto make Moonshine. Bonus topics include Brunswick Stew, moonshine mash recipes, building transmissions, and trucks.

\r\n

You can download this episode as an ogg file.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (407, 'episode', '2009-07-22', 'Mono,Java and FOSS in Education', '\r\nIn this episode Mark gives his views on the Mono controversy and why the\r\nFOSS/GNU community should embrace Java for Desktop development and to\r\nlevergae Linux''s dominance on the server. Darlene discusses FOSS in\r\neducation and talks about some of the great FOSS application that are\r\navailable.', 'Mark Clarke', 112, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (408, 'episode', '2009-07-23', 'Interview with JonathanD from Freenode', '

Klaatu talks to JonathanD of the Freenode network.

\r\n

The Free-as-in-Node Podcast
\r\ngeeknic
\r\nThe ogg version of this episode.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (409, 'episode', '2009-07-24', 'Bug Reporting', '

In this exciting continuation of HPR Episode 92, Klaatu talks to Mackenzie at the SouthEast Linux Fest about bug reporting and bug triaging.

\r\n

Download this here episode over yonder in the ogg vorbis format.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (410, 'episode', '2009-07-27', 'How I found Linux Part 6 ', 'How I Found Linux 006

_guitarman_ - Open Source Musician
Oscar Dacht
Noel (weirdedout)
Eddie
Daniel (linuxfandan)
Ukytreats

Check out http://titradio.info/howifoundlinux.html for more information.

Send your "How I Found Linux" audio clip to monsterb (at) linuxcranks (dot) info.', 'monsterb', 99, 29, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (411, 'episode', '2009-07-28', 'Free Software Foundation Interview', '

Klaatu talks to Deborah from the Free Software Foundation.

\r\n

The FSF
\r\nIf you''re gonna listen to an episode about the FSF, you may as well listen to the ogg vorbis version, no?

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (412, 'episode', '2009-07-30', 'Episode 005 - Potluck Roundtable', 'On July 25th 2009,  monsterb,  Peter "J" 64,  Azimuth,\r\n Klaatu,  threethirty,  Snacky,  and the Xokes sit\r\ndown at the sixth TiT roundtable.  For complete shownotes visit http://titradio.info', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (413, 'episode', '2009-07-30', 'Ontario Linux Fest Interview', 'p>Klaatu talks to Richard W. about Open Street Maps -- why it exists, why it''s important, and what it''s good for -- and the upcoming Ontario Linux Fest.

\r\n

Download this episode in the ogg vorbis format.

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (414, 'episode', '2009-08-01', 'Networking Basics Part 5', '

Klaatu goes over IP (Internet Protocol), its header information, the mechanics of datagram fragmentation, and RFC 791 in general.

\r\n

see also RFC 791
\r\niana protocol number assignments

\r\n

Listen to this episode in ogg.

', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (415, 'episode', '2009-08-04', 'Demo or Bust 2010 Part 2', 'This episode of Demo or Bust 2010 I cover software-synthesizers and interview Polaris of The Northern Dragons. ', 'sigflup', 115, 33, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (416, 'episode', '2009-08-06', 'Mer Project Interview', '

Klaatu, at SELF, talks to Andrew from the Mer project, for the Nokia N770 and N8x0 tablets.

\r\n

The Mer Project
\r\nThis episode in ogg vorbis.

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (417, 'episode', '2009-08-06', 'Mozilla Addon usability', 'ThistleWeb discusses usability issues and potential improvements to Mozilla''s add-on functionality in Firefox & Thunderbird. FAO the Mozilla community; developers & users. Screencast available here . Running time 45mins approx.', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (418, 'episode', '2009-08-07', '700 Numbers', 'Although we aren''t really sure when exactly the first 711 number showed up, they''ve been kind of a phreaking anomoly over the years. They were spotted in the letters section of the 1997 Spring issue of 2600 Magazine, and have appeared on many popular phreaking forums since then, like BinRev in 2005 (http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php/topic/11638-number-i-found-scanning)', 'PhreakerD7', 117, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (419, 'episode', '2009-08-10', 'ConfCon09 - Project MF', ' Shownotes ', 'df99', 118, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (420, 'episode', '2009-08-12', 'Defcon 17 Interview', 'finux interviews ChrisJohnRiley and Frank Breedijk about Defcon 17.', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (421, 'episode', '2009-08-12', 'History of Copyright', 'Stephen Fry talks about the History of Copyright', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (422, 'episode', '2009-08-13', 'Comfortably Numblock''d ', '

ThistleWeb explains 2 tips with the keypad / numblock function. First is numblockx, a simple app which remembers the status of the numblock key across reboots. This is already installed and running in many distros but if it''s not it can be added. Second is CTRL+ALT+NUMLOCK which toggles the keypad into a different mode, allowing you to move the pointer with the keypad.

\r\n

Numlockx\r\n

\r\n

\r\n

Keyboard Pointer Control\r\n

    \r\n
  • Penguin Pete''s Blog
  • \r\n
  • CTRL+ALT+NUMBLOCK to toggle mode on and off, there should be a beep each time you toggle
  • \r\n
  • 1-9 = moving pointer around the points of the compass
  • \r\n
  • 0 = right click
  • \r\n
  • enter (on keypad) = enter a menu
  • \r\n
  • backspace = back to previous menu
  • \r\n
\r\n

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (423, 'episode', '2009-08-14', 'Interview with Ian Geiser of the KDE Project', '

Klaatu talks to Ian Geiser of the KDE project.

\r\n

You can download this episode as an ogg file.
\r\nKDE dot News

', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (424, 'episode', '2009-08-17', 'TiT Radio Episode 006', 'Hello and welcome to TiT Radio 006!
\r\n  On tonights show... monsterb, Peter64, Klaatu, jlindsay,\r\nAzimuth, Xoke, and 330 talk about tircd,  Blood Frontier, \r\nConcordance,  Pro Git Book, 
\r\nXephyr,  KDE 4.3,  Little Brother by Cory Doctorow, \r\nTiny Tiny RSS,  ROX-Filer,  ROX-Desktop,  and so much\r\nmore.  Please visit http://titradio.info for full shownotes. \r\napt-get moo.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (425, 'episode', '2009-08-18', 'Daves Quick Tips', 'A couple of quick tips.', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (426, 'episode', '2009-08-19', 'Hacking Sprint Voicemail', 'Will talks about sprint voicemail systems', 'Will Jasen', 29, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (427, 'episode', '2009-08-21', 'Intro to Networking ', 'Alan Hicks gives an intro to networking talk at SELF 09', 'SELF Presentor', 119, 35, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (428, 'episode', '2009-08-21', 'FreeBSD Ports for Beginners', 'rkirk gives an introduction to FreeBSD', 'rkirk', 114, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (429, 'episode', '2009-08-25', 'She went back to Windows', 'My Wife And Her New Machine\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nMusic in this episode:\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nThe incomparable \r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAlbert Collins\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nHis very brief listing at the Podsafe Music Network can be found\r\n\r\nhere, but it doesn''t do this great man justice.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nBy all means, check out his \r\n\r\nWikipedia page for a nice overview. His career \r\nwas shorter than it should have been, but he had no equal. \r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nMay he rest in peace.\r\n', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (430, 'episode', '2009-08-25', 'Copyright', 'Xoke talks about Copyright and creative commons', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (431, 'episode', '2009-08-26', 'Logwatch', 'Ken talks about Logwatch, a customizable log analysis system. Logwatch parses through your system''s logs for a given period of time and creates a report analyzing areas that you specify, in as much detail as you require. Logwatch is easy to use and will work right out of the package on most systems. ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (432, 'episode', '2009-08-27', 'How to use walkies', '

If you''re putting on an event such as a Linux Fest, a film production, an organized [a]political demonstration, then you may find yourself using walkies ("walkie talkies" or "CB Radios"). Klaatu talks all about walkies in this episode; deciding whether to buy or rent, how to use them effectively, how to use them efficiently, and other matters of etiquette & protocol.

\r\n

You can also listen to this walkies episode in the free audio format, ogg vorbis.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (433, 'episode', '2009-08-28', 'Demo or Bust 2010 Part 3', '\r\nIn this episode SigFLUP talks about FM-synthesis, raytracing, and then interviews iq of rgba \r\ntalking about real-time raytracing and ray marching. rgba''s site can be found at rgba.org.
A \r\n\r\n\r\nlow-rez image of slisesix can be found at http://bayimg.com/image/ladhgaacg.jpg ', 'sigflup', 115, 33, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (434, 'episode', '2009-09-01', 'HPR Roundtable 4', '

Klaatu, Deepgeek, Charles from MintCast, Russ from the Techie Geek, Russ from The Linux Ham Shack, and Seal gather at the official HPR Round Table to discuss what free software apps they use to make life easier.

\r\n

Projects mentioned in this episode:

\r\n

Portable Ubuntu Remix

\r\n

Xming

\r\n

OpenSwan - IPsec for Linux

\r\n

Handbrake

\r\n

Mozilla Sunbird

\r\n

Filezilla

\r\n

Celtx

\r\n

Org Mode for Emacs

\r\n

gVim

\r\n

...and a LOT more...

\r\n

You can also download this episode in the controversial ogg format.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (435, 'episode', '2009-09-01', 'Lightweight Apps: Enlightenment, Part 2', '

Lightweight Apps: Enlightenment, Part 2

\r\n

Klaatu and Bryanstein from the Florida Linux Show rave about e17.

\r\n

Easy-E17 Install Script
\r\nThis episode in ogg

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 11, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (436, 'episode', '2009-09-03', 'Talk geek to me ep 01', 'Deepgeek reviews the webiste mirroring software "Httrack" then puts it to good use by combining it with Cpanels "Entropy Search" to create a custom web search.', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (437, 'episode', '2009-09-03', 'refit', '

Skirlet tells you how to install and use rEFIt for Intel-based Mac computers. Listen to this episode in the Skirlet-approved ogg version!\r\n

', 'Skirlet', 88, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (438, 'episode', '2009-09-05', 'Podcasts I Listen To', '

Dave Yates from the "Lotta Linux Links Linux User Podcast" does a show about all the podcasts he listens to. And, as you''d expect, he provides a LOT of linux links here in the shownotes.

\r\n\r\n

Dave''s List of RSS Feeds:

\r\n

http://www.linuxuserpodcast.com/feed/podcast/?format=ogg
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/cmdln_free
\r\nhttp://feeds2.feedburner.com/SomethingKindaTechy
\r\nhttp://talkgeektome.us/ogg.xml
\r\nhttp://trygnulinux.com/ogg.rss
\r\nhttp://www.tuxradar.com/files/ podcast/podcast_ogg.rss
\r\nhttp://linuxgeekdom.com/rssogg.xml
\r\nhttp://linuxvoid.technographer.net/soundfeed.xml
\r\nhttp://www.softwarefreedom.org/feeds/podcast-ogg/
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/TenBuckReview
\r\nhttp://www.fossgeek.com/feeds/rss-ogg-full.xml
\r\nhttp://ubuntupodcast.net/?feed=rss2
\r\nhttp://setbit.org/lt-ogg.xml
\r\nhttp://jwplinux.libsyn.com/rss
\r\nhttp://linuxcranks.info/ogg.xml
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/thetechiegeek/ogg
\r\nhttp://www.thebadapples.info/fedorareloaded/ogg.xml
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/UbuntuUkPodcastOgg-high
\r\nhttp://www.thebadapples.info/ogg.xml
\r\nhttp://linuxcrazy.com/podcasts/ogg.xml
\r\nhttp://thelinuxlink.net/files/lager_ogg.rss
\r\nhttp://www.hwhq.com/rssOGG.xml
\r\nhttp://www. linuxbasement.com/ogg/feed
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/feedburner/knightcast
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/doctorow_podcast
\r\nhttp://lottalinuxlinks.com/podcast/uclugogg.xml
\r\nhttp://www.tmbg.com/_media/_pod/podcast.xml
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/GNSciTech
\r\nhttp://goinglinux.com/mp3podcast.xml
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/sourcetrunk
\r\nhttp://www.thelinuxlink.net/ tllts/tllts_ogg.rss
\r\nhttp://hackervoice.co.uk/feed.xml
\r\nhttp://distrowatch.com/news/podcast.xml
\r\nhttp://pauldotcom.com/podcast/psw.xml
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/freshubuntuogg
\r\nhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/linuxoutlaws
\r\nhttp://distrocast.org/?feed=podcast&format=mp3

\r\n \r\n

A Lotta Linux Links:

\r\n

http://lincgeek.org/bashpodder
\r\nhttp://linuxplanet.org/casts
\r\nhttp://linuxplanet.org/casts/?feed=rss2
\r\nhttp://thelinuxlink.net
\r\nhttp://hackermedia.org
\r\nhttp://netboot.me

', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (439, 'episode', '2009-09-07', 'TiT Radio Episode 007', 'Waaaaay back on August 15th, 2009...\r\nmonsterb and friends talk about Slack Mini Server, Ohio LinuxFest 2009, 10 best Linux cheat sheets, writing udev rules, Linux audio, and so much more.\r\n\r\nCheck out http://titradio.info for shownotes.', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (440, 'episode', '2009-09-08', 'Developing Through Virtualbox', 'Brian Leonard at the SouthEast Linux Fest 2009. See episode title for a clue about what the talk is about!', 'SELF Presentor', 119, 35, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (441, 'episode', '2009-09-09', 'Migrating Your GPG Key and Starting GPG-Agent', 'Klaatu continues his discussion of GnuPG related matters (see episode 0222 for Alpine+GPG and some random Bad Apple Linux OggCast ep 2x04 on GPG in general). In this exciting episode, he talks about the proper way to migrate your GnuPG keys, how to manage gpg-agent in your Slackware+KDE desktop, and advises everyone who will be attending Ohio Linux Fest this year to attend the GnuPG Key Signing Party.', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (442, 'episode', '2009-09-11', 'Chris DiBona Speaks at SELF 2009', '

Chris DiBona at the South East Linux Fest 2009.

\r\n

This file available as ogg here:

\r\n

Ogg Version', 'SELF Presentor', 119, 35, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (443, 'episode', '2009-09-11', 'How to Sign C Files with GPG', '

In this show SigFLUP shares a script that can be used to sign your c files with gpg so that they may be directly verifiable by gpg and look un-changed to your c compiler. You can download it at tmd.freeshell.org/gog_bless

', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (444, 'episode', '2009-09-14', 'Cherokee And Asyncronous Servers', '

ThistleWeb discusses the difference between process based and asynchronous servers, then goes on to talk about Cherokee server and a few flat file PHP applications.

The Admin process:

  • sudo cherokee-admin
  • localhost:9090
  • Copy and paste the temprary password.
  • You can bind it (or a virtual server) to 127.0.0.1 if it''s meant to be a private server.

I kept refering to "spawn-cgi" in the recording. This is supposed to be "spawn-fcgi". I also inferred that it didn''t use config files, it does; it just generates them via the admin web GUI and will overwrite any changes made manually.

My new blog is thistleweb.co.uk, my new email is gordon (at) thistleweb (dot) co (dot) uk.

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (445, 'episode', '2009-09-15', 'HAR Update with Chris n'' Frank', 'Finux interviews Frank and Chris for an update after the Hacking At Random (HAR) event. What is Hacking At Random? listen to the episode!\r\n\r\nYou can download the ogg version here --> download the ogg version.', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (446, 'episode', '2009-09-16', 'Building Live CDs with Fedora', '

Clint Savage at SouthEast Linux Fest 2009 on how to build Live CDs and Live USB sticks ("remixes" and "respins") using Fedora tools like kickstart, live usb creator, revisor, and more.

\r\n\r\n

Note that this is Klaatu''s edit and is shorter than the source audio on southeastlinuxfest.org because the delay due to technical difficulty has been chopped out.

\r\n\r\n

Ogg is available here:\r\nhpr0446.ogg

', 'SELF Presentor', 119, 35, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (447, 'episode', '2009-09-17', 'Lord Drachenblut Recovers Data After a Failed Dist-Upgrade', '

Daring to upgrade to an Alpha version of Kubuntu, Lord Drachenblut learns the finer points of data recovery.

\r\n

\r\nOGG VORBIS

', 'Lord Drachenblut', 24, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (448, 'episode', '2009-09-18', 'TiT Radio 008 - Something Kinda Tacky', '

Recorded Live Sept. 5th, 2009; monsterb and friends talk about a perl\r\nscript called exiftool,  Jibbed a NetBSD livecd,  something\r\nshocking on Planet Gnome,  Hannah Montana distro, and so much\r\nmore.  Please take a look at the shownotes for detailed\r\ninformation.  http://titradio.info/008.html
\r\n

', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (449, 'episode', '2009-09-21', 'Fericyde and Damin talk about Ohio Linux Fest', '

Ah, a trip down memory lane with Fericyde and Damin. They talk about geek fests and the upcoming Ohio Linux Fest.

\r\n

ogg version

', 'Various Hosts', 109, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (450, 'episode', '2009-09-23', 'TiT Radio 009 - peggy, piggy, and pat', 'Recorded Live Sept. 19th, 2009;  The TiTs talk about QT 4.6,\r\nDreamScreen 100, new Arch Magazine, Sexism in FOSS, and so much\r\nmore.  Please take a look at the shownotes for detailed\r\ninformation.  http://titradio.info/009.html', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (451, 'episode', '2009-09-23', 'Podcasting: From Mic to Audience', 'Podcasting: From Mic to Audience finux talks all about podcasting', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (452, 'episode', '2009-09-24', 'Demo or Bust 2010 Part 4', 'In this episode SigFLUP talks about software rendering and then interviews blackpawn of xplsv. Leave you feedback at +1-206-312-1618 or email pantsbutt@gmail.com', 'sigflup', 115, 33, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (453, 'episode', '2009-09-26', 'Talk Geek to me Ep 2', 'Deepgeek discusses upgrading from old style HTML to Modern HTML. He uses, as a feature example, device independence between Cell Phone Micro Browsers and Desktop Browsers like Firefox.', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (454, 'episode', '2009-09-29', 'BruCon Interview', 'finux interviewing Benny from BruCON', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (455, 'episode', '2009-09-30', 'Interview with Dann at OLF', 'pegwole interviews Dann at OLF', 'pegwole', 120, 37, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (456, 'episode', '2009-10-01', 'What is Free Software', 'finux talks about what is free software.', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (457, 'episode', '2009-10-02', 'automatic car', 'ken fallon talks about an automatic car', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (458, 'episode', '2009-10-02', 'Blender-Game-Engine-A-Short-Guide', 'GaryWhiton talks about Blender ', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (459, 'episode', '2009-10-06', 'Sine Nomine Interview', '

At the Ohio Linux Fest 2009, Klaatu talks to David from Sine Nomine about reviving old technology to create better new technology.

\r\n

The ogg version provided by The Bad Apple Linux Oggcast.

', 'kitche', 41, 37, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (460, 'episode', '2009-10-08', 'TiT Radio Ep 10 - OLF', 'Episode 010 - Warning - Bad Levels\r\nRecorded on Oct 3rd, 2009. monsterb and the TiTs talk about Ohio Linux Fest, Leo Laporte, \r\n OpenShot Video Editor, gimp, seeing through walls, and so much more!\r\n Please visit http://titradio.info/010.html for detailed shownotes.', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (461, 'episode', '2009-10-08', 'Mibbit', '

ThistleWeb discusses why you should have an embedded Mibbit client on your projects home page.

\r\n
    \r\n
  • Users needn''t know about IRC or have a client installed.
  • \r\n
  • Users can connect from any PC, regardless of restrictions with only a web browser.
  • \r\n
  • Real time language translation allows you to vault over the langauge barrier and be properly international, regardless of the size of your userbase.
  • \r\n
  • Pastebin is only a click away, for those times where you need to share or see code / logfiles etc
  • \r\n
', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (462, 'episode', '2009-10-08', 'Talk Geek to me Ep 4', 'The main feature of this episode is a software review of "Lyx," the document processor. A "not a word processor" front end to the powerful Latex typesetting environment, and multiplatform too.\r\nDeepgeek also offers updates on his "Beowulf cluster" and "Running Linux on Compact Flash" episodes of HPR.\r\nClosing music is "Sevish - Consciousness."', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (463, 'episode', '2009-10-13', 'Finux Interviews Moxie Marlinspike about SSL', '

Finux talks to Moxie Marlinspike about a variety of vulnerabilities in most common implementations of SSL, such as hijacking the switch from http to https, universal wildcard certs, SSLsniff and more.\r\n

\r\n

ogg version! ', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (464, 'episode', '2009-10-14', 'Barefoot Running', 'Barefoot running resources\r\n

', 'Dann', 7, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (465, 'episode', '2009-10-14', 'Failsafe security', 'WARNING: It''s easy to lock yourself out of a system implementing these changes so make sure you have physical access to the console of the system you are securing.\r\n\r\nTo display all processes listening\r\n netstat -anp | grep -i listen\r\n\r\nDeny all connections to any port from any external IP address\r\n/etc/hosts.deny\r\n all:all\r\n\r\n/etc/hosts.allow\r\n sshd:192.168.1.54 # My other pc\r\n\r\nIPTables Tutorial: http://iptables-tutorial.frozentux.net/\r\n\r\nA good starting point to block all except ssh: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/linux-iptables-4-block-all-incoming-traffic-but-allow-ssh.html\r\n \r\nDisable root login via ssh: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/linux/security-tip-disable-root-ssh-login-on-linux/\r\n\r\nSetting up ssh keys and disabling password logins.\r\n\r\nhttp://www.debuntu.org/ssh-key-based-authentication\r\n\r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (466, 'episode', '2009-10-16', 'A technique for drum ''n'' bass', 'In this show SigFLUP shares a program that can be used to make drum ''n'' bass songs. \r\nYou can download it at http://tmd.freeshell.org ', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (467, 'episode', '2009-10-16', 'AutoNessus News', 'finux and the author of Autonessus talk about some upcoming news about this software', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (468, 'episode', '2009-10-19', 'Quvmoh''s UTOS trip', 'tosc http://2009.utosc.com/pages/home/\r\n\r\nno gui http://cli.homelinux.net/CLIapps.html\r\n\r\nQuvmoh''s pics http://www.flickr.com/photos/quvmoh/sets/72157622421938901/detail/\r\n', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (469, 'episode', '2009-10-21', 'TiT Radio 011 - puppies, tails, and a gnome ', '\r\nRecorded live on Oct 17th, 2009. Pick your price for World of Goo, Gnome 3,
\r\n Puppy Linux, KaOS, Commands of the Week, and so much more!
\r\n Shownotes and Ogg: http://titradio.info/011.html
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (470, 'episode', '2009-10-21', 'Interworx', 'Klaatu interviews Jon from Interworx at Ohio Linux Fest 2009.', 'klaatu', 78, 37, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (471, 'episode', '2009-10-23', 'Interview with Andrej Hajto about VOIP', 'Download the ogg vorbis version courtesy Finux & the Bad Apples.', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (472, 'episode', '2009-10-26', 'Interview with Ryan Dewhurst', 'finux interview Ryan Dewhurst', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (473, 'episode', '2009-10-28', 'Tit Radio Ep 011.1a - RMS and Aftershow', 'BSDBetty kicks off the show with an interview with Richard Stallman before his talk at the \r\n Edinburgh University Informatics Colloquium, with particular focus on ethics in the field of software. \r\n Transcription of this interview can be found at Indymedia Scotland.
\r\n\r\nAt the Roundtable: monsterb, klaatu, Peter64, Azimuth, JMan, 330, and pegwole.
\r\n\r\n\r\nCaller: SndChaser
\r\n\r\nPlease visit http://titradio.info/011-1a.html for shownotes and ogg.
\r\n', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (474, 'episode', '2009-10-30', 'Talk Geek To Me Ep 05 ', '\r\nDeepGeek gives a software review of the Aria2 download manager.', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (475, 'episode', '2009-10-31', 'Lord Drachenblut Interviews Scott Sigler', 'Lord Drachenblut Interviews Scott Sigler', 'Lord Drachenblut', 24, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (476, 'episode', '2009-11-03', 'FOSS In Business', 'RobertLadyman tals about Free And Open Source Software In Business ', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (477, 'episode', '2009-11-05', 'Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio', 'UTHOR: SigFLUP
\r\n
\r\nTITLE: Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio issue 1\r\n

\r\nDESCRIPTION:
\r\n In this issue of Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio SigFLUP releases a helpful patch to gnu-screen. Show notes include http://hobones.dogsoft.net/screen-4.0.3-ulhf.1.tar.gz and http://hobones.dogsoft.net/ulhf_patch1.tgz\r\n \r\n You may contact us at pantsbutt@gmail.com\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (478, 'episode', '2009-11-06', 'Demo or Bust 2010 Ep 5', 'Demo or Bust 2010 #5
\r\nDESCRIPTION:
\r\nThis is the party version of Demo or Bust in which SigFLUP specifically focuses on upcoming parties. We\r\ntalk to Jason Scott and Nrr. Please note that in editing this Jason Scott may sound to be not enthusiastic\r\nabout @party and Nurupo, this was far from the case, he was actually very enthusiastic! In editing out \r\nsomething that was meant to be a secret SigFLUP may of made him sound a little dismissive of these parties
\r\n
\r\n\r\nBlockParty: http://www.demoparty.us
\r\nNurupo: http://wiki.corvidae.org/nurupo
\r\n@Party: http://www.atparty-demoscene.net
\r\n\r\nDemos played in this episode:\r\n\r\nhttp://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=9424 (This is only 64 god-damn k!!!)\r\nhttp://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=53090 (Mobile phone)\r\n\r\nYou may contact Demo or Bust at pantsbutt@gmail.com or +1-206-312-1618\r\n\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 33, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (479, 'episode', '2009-11-06', 'OLF 2009: Interview with Dwick', '

Klaatu at Ohio Linux Fest 2009 interviews DWick, a math professor, about math programs on Linux.

\r\n

The ogg version kindly provided by The Bad Apples.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 37, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (480, 'episode', '2009-11-11', 'TiT Radio 012 - Happy Halloween', 'TiT Radio 012 - Happy Halloween\r\nRecorded 10-31-2009. monsterb, klaatu, Peter64, Azimuth, JMan, and 330 talk about \r\nTiny Core Linux, Suse Studio, Ubuntu 9.10, Phoronix Test Suite, Commands of the Week, \r\nand so much more! Ending song by Kelly Allyn - 07 Whiskey Can. Please visit \r\n http://titradio.info/012.html for shownotes.\r\nRecorded 10-31-2009. monsterb, klaatu, Peter64, Azimuth, JMan, and 330 talk about \r\nTiny Core Linux, Suse Studio, Ubuntu 9.10, Phoronix Test Suite, Commands of the Week, \r\nand so much more! Ending song by Kelly Allyn - 07 Whiskey Can. Please visit \r\n http://titradio.info/012.html for shownotes.', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (481, 'episode', '2009-11-12', 'Mashpodder', 'Ken Fallon talks about Mashpodder.\r\n\r\nSome useful links:\r\nbaspodder homepage: http://lincgeek.org/bashpodder
\r\nmashpodder homepage: http://code.google.com/p/mashpodder/
\r\nLinux Reality Podcast: http://www.linuxreality.com/
\r\nSpudshow: http://spudshow.libsyn.com/\r\n\r\n

\r\nThe Ogg Vorbis version of this show can be found courtesy The Bad Applez --> download hpr0481.ogg', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (482, 'episode', '2009-11-14', 'Lugging it Home', 'LUGGING IT HOME\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nGetting By Without A Local Linux Users Group\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nMusic in this episode:\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nBluejuice\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\n\r\nCheck out their page at the Podsafe Music Network \r\nhere\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nVitriol\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nThe Reductionist\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nAnd\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nBig John Bates\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nHis\r\n\r\npage \r\n\r\nat the Podsafe Music Network\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nMystiki\r\n', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (483, 'episode', '2009-11-16', 'TiT Radio - Filthy Grunt and Bloopers', 'Recorded on November 14th, 2009. Please vistit http://titradio.info/013.html for shownotes.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (484, 'episode', '2009-11-17', 'Her PR Problem', '

Rikki Kite of The Rose Blog and Linux Pro Magazine gives her "Her PR Problem" talk at Ohio Linux Fest 2009''s Diversity in Open Source Workshop.

\r\n

The ogg version provided by The Bad Apple Linux Oggcast.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 37, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (485, 'episode', '2009-11-19', 'Newsbeuter', '

ThistleWeb talks about the cli RSS reader called Newsbeuter, and it''s podcatching abilities. He also gives an overview of the concept and advantages of RSS as he found many PC literate people he met had no clue about them or how they could be of use.

\r\n

The accompanying blog post which gives much more detail can be found here.

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (486, 'episode', '2009-11-24', 'HPR Round Table 6', 'Klaatu, SigFLUP, Skirlet, and Deepgeek gather around the venerable HPR Round Table to discuss the classic sci fi film, Forbidden Planet.', 'Roundtable', 108, 26, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (487, 'episode', '2009-11-26', 'Demo or Bust 2010 Ep 6', '

demos in this episode:
\r\nhttp://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=51438
\r\n\r\n\r\nhttp://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=53223
\r\n\r\n\r\nhttp://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=15216
\r\n

\r\n\r\n

closing song: Fractured by Azazel of The Black Lotus

\r\n

You may contact Demo or Bust at pantsbutt@gmail.com or +1-206-312-1618\r\n

', 'sigflup', 115, 33, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (491, 'episode', '2009-12-07', 'Null_Pointer Interview', '

Quvmoh interviews Ken McConnell on his new geek mystery Null_Pointer

\r\n\r\n

http://www.w0pht.org/wordpress
\r\nhttp://nullpointer.ning.com/profiles/blog/list

\r\n', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (488, 'episode', '2009-11-27', 'Pegwole interviews Debbie Nicholson', '

At Ohio Linux Fest 2009, Pegwole sits down for a lil'' chat with FSF''s Debbie Nicholson.

', 'pegwole', 120, 37, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (489, 'episode', '2009-12-01', 'SSL Attack', '

Finux talks about SSL attacks\r\n

\r\nShownotes are on Finux''s blog

', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (490, 'episode', '2009-12-02', 'TIT Radio Ep 13.1ec', 'From PC Radio Show website:
\r\n\r\n"Our guest was Richard Stallman, the man behind GNU and the Free Software Foundation. He condemns the Amazon Kindle (his term for it is the "swindle")\r\nbecause it takes away freedoms that readers of hardcopy books enjoy.\r\nFreedoms such as the ability to lend a book to a friend, to borrow one\r\nfrom a library, to buy one anonymously by paying cash, to keep a book\r\nas long as we like and to give it away. The Amazon Kindle implements DRM\r\n- digital rights management - to restrict your use of books. He is not\r\nagainst eBook readers per se, just the DRM, which in addition to the\r\nabove also requires you to run proprietary software to read eBooks. He\r\nurged listeners to go to Defectivebydesign.org and sign up to participate in his protests."
\r\n\r\n
\r\n\r\nThe complete episode from July 22nd can be found here.
\r\n
\r\nEnding Song: Free Software Song by Mr. Jono Bacon (Ubuntu Community Manager)
\r\n
\r\nPlease visit http://titradio.info for more info.
\r\n
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (492, 'episode', '2009-12-09', 'TIT Radio Ep 14', '

TiT Radio Episode 014 -\r\nPotluck Roundtable of Geeks

monsterb\r\nstarts the show by mentioning the great shows on Hacker\r\nPublic Radio like "Demo\r\nor Bust by SigFlup", "Talk\r\nGeek to Me by deepgeek", and mentions the active\r\ncontributors like finux, Ken Fallon, Thistleweb, and lostnbronx. He also\r\nreads some email from Denny (Polarwave''s\r\nOpenBSD Tips and Tricks for Newbies) and Jos (Camp\r\nKDE 2010).


Azimuth talks about setting up a dirty,\r\nquick, temporary, unsecure, simple HTTP server to share files.
1.)\r\n
alias webshare=''python -c\ r\n"import SimpleHTTPServer;SimpleHTTPServer.test()"''
2.)\r\ncd to directory to be served
3.)
webshare   \r\n# ctrl-c to exit.
Az also mentions FOSSCasts\r\n(free screencasts covering Linux, Unix, and Open Source software in\r\ngeneral).


monsterb\r\nmentions Debian GNU/kFreeBSD\r\n(port that consists of GNU userland using the GNU C library on top of\r\nFreeBSD''s kernel, coupled with the regular Debian package set). ISOs\r\ncan be found at the Georgia\r\nTech FTP.


Klaatu\r\ntalks about Quanta Plus (a\r\nhighly stable and feature rich web development environment) and\r\nKDevelop (free opensource\r\nIDE).


artv61 talks about Axel\r\n(a command line application which accelerates HTTP/FTP downloads by\r\nusing multiple sources for one file).


threethirty\r\nmentions the first FSF endorsed\r\nnetbook running gNewSense.
Source:\r\nIn other words, DRM from\r\ntop to bottom ... From LWN.net


COtW\r\n(Command of the Week):
Azimuth$ inxi\r\n(command line information script)
Download & Install: #
cd\r\n/usr/local/bin && wget -Nc smxi.org/inxi && chmod +x\r\ninxi
Klaatu$
find\r\n~ -type f -iname ''*.ogg''
Jman$
pinfo\r\n(viewer for Info documents, which is based on ncurses. The\r\nkey-commands are in the style of lynx.)


Other things\r\nmentioned: Chromium OS,\r\nCranky Geeks, DistroWatch,\r\nKOffice, Linux\r\nMint, Powerpill,\r\nQt\r\nCreator, TuxRadar, and\r\nTuxRadar''s "Code\r\nProject: create an ffmpeg front-end"

\r\n

\r\n


Caller: SndChaser

\r\n

\r\n


TerryF''s Song of the\r\nWeek: Shine by Cactus

\r\n

\r\n


\r\n

\r\n

Please visit\r\nhttp://titradio.info for more\r\ninformation.

\r\n


\r\n

\r\n


\r\n

', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (493, 'episode', '2009-12-10', 'Free and Open Source Software in Business', '

Robert Ladyman talks about Free and Open Source software in the Business world.

\r\n

Also available is the ogg version of this episode.

', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (494, 'episode', '2009-12-11', 'Klaatu interviews Russ from Linux in the Ham Shack', '

Klaatu, at Ohio Linux Fest 2009, interviews Russ from the Linux in the Ham Shack podcast.

\r\n

The ogg version provided by The Bad Apple Linux Oggcast.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 37, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (495, 'episode', '2009-12-14', 'Gary Whiton talks about the Blender Game Engine', '

Gary Whiton talks about the Blender Game Engine.

\r\n

Ogg version

', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (496, 'episode', '2009-12-22', 'Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio Issue 2', '

git clone git://repo.or.cz/hrr.git

\r\n\r\n

We still are looking for someone to donate web-space so if you''re interested contact usat pantsbutt at gmail

', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (497, 'episode', '2009-12-23', 'Kris Findlay discusses Secure Socket Handler', 'or grab the\r\n... ogg vorbis version', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (498, 'episode', '2009-12-25', 'Talk Geek To Me Ep 02', '

Deepgeek discusses upgrading from old style HTML to Modern HTML. He uses, as a feature example, device independence between Cell Phone Micro Browsers and Desktop Browsers like Firefox.

\r\n

Alternate audio formats are available at talkgeektome.us.

', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (499, 'episode', '2009-12-30', 'TiT Radio Ep 15', 'TiT Radio Episode 015 - 330 Moisture Control
\r\n
\r\nPlease visit http://titradio.info/015.html for shownotes.
\r\n', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (500, 'episode', '2010-01-01', '2009 Year in Review', '

Enigma and Klaatu talk about 2009, and what 2010 may bring for the Hacker Public Radio and Binary Revolution (binrev) world.

\r\n\r\n

An ogg version is also available.

', 'Enigma', 39, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (501, 'episode', '2010-01-06', 'Klaatu interviews Rikki Kite of Linux Pro Magazine', '

Klaatu, at the Ohio Linux Fest 2009. interviews Rikki Kite, associate publisher of Linux Pro Magazine.

\r\n

The ogg version provided by The Bad Apple Linux Oggcast.

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 37, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (502, 'episode', '2010-01-08', 'What Is Free Software', '

Finux gives a talk at the Dundee Free Software Day event. Topic: what is free software?

\r\n

Ogg version. Click riiiight here on the little f (for free), to download it.

', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (503, 'episode', '2010-01-08', 'Quvmoh talks to Clint Tinsley about SLAMPP', 'SLAMPP', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (504, 'episode', '2010-01-13', 'Hacker Public Radio Round Table 8', 'Join us as SigFLUP, Deepgeek, lostnbronx, and Klaatu discuss the sci fi movie THX 1138', 'lostnbronx', 107, 26, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (505, 'episode', '2010-01-21', 'Interview with a blackhat - n0 g00d', 'Interview with a blackhat - n0 g00d\r\n\r\nAnd so commences the new series of interview with a BlackHat\r\n\r\nn0 g00d talks to us about where he started hacking, what he has done in \r\nthe past and the reasons why he does hack.\r\n\r\ntmacuk - http://www.tmacuk.co.uk\r\ntmac@tmacuk.co.uk', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (506, 'episode', '2010-01-22', 'TiT Radio 016 - HPR Potluck Roundtable', 'TiT Radio 016 - HPR Potluck Roundtable
\r\n
\r\nRecorded live on Jan 9th 2010.
\r\n
\r\nWe talk about... Way to much to list. Please visit http://titradio.info/016.html for shownotes.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (507, 'episode', '2010-01-28', 'Cron with Ken Fallon', '
\r\nLINKS\r\n==============================================\r\nhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto\r\nhttp://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk.CGI/man-cgi?crontab+5\r\nhttp://unixgeeks.org/security/newbie/unix/cron-1.html\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron\r\nhttp://ratholeradio.org/\r\n\r\nSCRIPT\r\n==============================================\r\nusername@computer:~$ vi /home/username/bin/hello.bash\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ cat /home/username/bin/hello.bash\r\n#!/bin/bash\r\necho "hello world"\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ /home/username/bin/hello.bash\r\nbash: /home/username/bin/hello.bash: Permission denied\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ chmod +x /home/username/bin/hello.bash\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ /home/username/bin/hello.bash\r\nhello world\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ export |grep EDITOR\r\ndeclare -x EDITOR="vim"\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ crontab -l\r\nno crontab for username\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ crontab -e\r\nno crontab for username -
 using an empty one\r\nNo modification made\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ crontab -e\r\nno crontab for username - using an empty one\r\ncrontab: installing new crontab\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ crontab -l\r\n# m h  dom mon dow   command\r\n* * * * * /home/username/bin/hello.bash > /home/username/hello.output 2>&1\r\n\r\nusername@computer:~$ cat /home/username/hello.output\r\nhello world\r\n
', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (508, 'episode', '2010-01-29', 'Pocket Full of Miracles', 'lostnbronx talks about the contents of his pockets, in this latest \r\nedition of the "What''s In Your Toolkit" series.', 'lostnbronx', 107, 23, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (509, 'episode', '2010-01-29', 'Binrev Radio Lost episode - Telephonic Craptacular', '
\r\nOriginal Release Date\r\n    2006-07-18\r\nHosts\r\n    StankDawg, et al.\r\n\r\nBONUS EPISODE!\r\n
\r\n\r\nThis episode was a bonus episode that I created just to work out the timing between seasons. We had completed the last season 3 at episode 156 (52 episodes * 3 years) but the first episode of season 4 (#157) was planned as a live event at hope NEXT week so I had a week gap with no show and I didn''t want to ruin the live event, so I created this "half episode" to fill the slot this week..\r\n\r\nThis rare episode was streamed but was not on our archive. There may be a few copies floating around here or there, but this is the first official release of this episode on this site. \r\n', 'StankDawg', 55, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (510, 'episode', '2010-02-02', 'Python Language Moratorium Python 2.7 End of the Line?', '\r\nPython Language Moratorium / Python 2.7 End of the Line?\r\nA round-table discussion of the moratorium on Python language development and whether Python 2.7 will be the last of the 2.x series.', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (511, 'episode', '2010-02-04', 'TiT RAdio 017 - Klaatu''s Window Manager Challenge', 'TiT RAdio 017 - Klaatu''s Window Manager Challenge
\r\n
\r\nPlease visit http://titradio.info/017.html for shownotes.
', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (512, 'episode', '2010-02-06', 'Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio 3', 'TITLE: Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio #3
\r\nAUTHOR: SigFLUP
\r\nDESCRIPTION:
\r\nLinks in this episode include
\r\nhttp://uberleet.atari.org
\r\nhttp://hobones.dogsoft.net/mega/mega_distrib.tgz
\r\nhttp://hobones.dogsoft.net/pits_distrib.tgz
\r\nhttp://hobones.dogsoft.net/bump.avi
\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (513, 'episode', '2010-02-08', 'Piratprat Ep 01', 'Piratprat - Subjects related to the Swedish Pirate Party\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nNilsson and Koistinen talks about the Swedish Pirate Party.\r\nIn this episode from February 6 we discuss the Pirate Party, program, who are members, the primary election and grandmother Gun.\r\n

\r\nShow page\r\n

\r\n', 'Urban Koistinen', 122, 39, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (514, 'episode', '2010-02-10', 'Talk Geek To Me ep 06', 'Deepgeek reviews the OS "Debian-GNU-KFreeBSD," which is Debian-GNU running with a FreeBSD kernel. \r\n
\r\nAlso covered a latin Free Software news item \r\n
\r\nClosing Music:Mike Burgess-Audio Love Song\r\n
', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (515, 'episode', '2010-02-11', 'Network Basics Part 6', 'Klaatu continues his network basics series', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (516, 'episode', '2010-02-13', 'Interview with Astera', 'The interview was orginally recorded for http://www.tracsec.com
\r\n\r\nAstera has been an evangelist for hacker spaces across europe.
\r\n\r\nLots of interesting information about hacker spaces ', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (517, 'episode', '2010-02-16', 'Interview with a blackhat 2 - CC', '2nd in the series of interview with a \r\nBlackHat
CC talks to us about where he started\r\nhacking, what he has done in the past and the reasons\r\nwhy he does hack. \r\n
\r\ntmacuk - http://www.tmacuk.co.uk tmac@tmacuk.co.uk', 'tmacuk ', 123, 40, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (518, 'episode', '2010-02-17', 'Life Without a GUI', '\r\n\r\nGetting Things Done - Life Without a GUI\r\nby Jared Bernard
\r\nOct 9th 2009 at the Utah Open source conference \r\n
\r\n\r\n http://2009.utosc.com/presentation/44/
\r\n http://www.jaredandcoralee.com/ \r\n', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (519, 'episode', '2010-02-18', 'TiT Radio 018 - moooo! Baby', '

TiT Radio 018 - moooo! Baby.

\r\n

monsterb, klaatu, Peter64, Azimuth, and JMan talk about search enigines, codecs, \r\nvideo editing, and so much more!

\r\n

Please visit http://titradio.info/018.html for shownotes.

\r\n', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (520, 'episode', '2010-02-19', ' Selecting Talks for PyCon 2010', '\r\nSelecting Talks for PyCon 2010
\r\nIn this episode, we discuss how talks were selected for the upcoming PyCon conference, and what else is being planned.', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (521, 'episode', '2010-02-23', 'Talk Geek to me Ep 07 ', 'In this episode I discuss my opinions on Nuclear Power. I give a brief history as well as assess the problems of the Industry.
\r\n\r\nClosing Music is Stian-2003001.', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (522, 'episode', '2010-02-26', 'Piratprat Ep 02', 'Piratprat - Subjects related to the Swedish Pirate Party\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nIn this episode from February 18 we discuss the internal Pirate Party election fraud. Extra short episode due to cold weather. (recorded under the winter sky)\r\n

\r\nShow page\r\n

', 'Urban Koistinen', 122, 39, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (523, 'episode', '2010-03-01', 'Miscellaneous Radio Theater ', 'AUTHOR: SigFLUP\r\nTITLE: Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096- Teaching Kids Math With Petunia
\r\nDESCRIPTION:
\r\nIn this episode we talk with Petunia about teaching kids math. You may contact either Petunia or SigFLUP at pantsbutt@gmail.com\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (524, 'episode', '2010-03-04', 'TiT Radio 019 - interview with sigFLUP', 'TiT Radio 019 - interview with sigFLUP
\r\n
\r\nmonsterb chats with sigFLUP about the demoscene, old gaming consoles, and so much more.
\r\n
\r\nPlease visit http://titradio.info/019.html for shownotes.', 'monsterb', 99, 30, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (525, 'episode', '2010-03-05', 'Seccubus', 'Frank, Jason and Secubuss - HPR spreading the word\r\n
\r\nThe first show is a continuation for a previous show
\r\n http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0467 \r\n
\r\n\r\nFrank Breedijk, asked HPR listeners to supply him name suggestions for\r\nhis security assessment tool, autonessus. One of HPR listeners supplied\r\nhim a name which he liked and now the project is known as Seccubus. The\r\nshow is an interview with both Frank and the fellow that supplied the\r\nname Jason.', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (526, 'episode', '2010-03-08', 'Interview with a whitehat', 'Finux interviews TmacUK', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (527, 'episode', '2010-03-09', 'HPR RoundTable 9', 'The roundtable discussesthe low budget (no budget?) science\r\nfiction film "Infest Wisely", available from the Internet\r\nArchive at: http://www.archive.org/details/InfestWisely\r\n', 'Roundtable', 108, 26, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (528, 'episode', '2010-03-11', 'Bordless Networking', 'Robert Laymans Borderless networking talk', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (529, 'episode', '2010-03-16', 'Interview with Peterwood', 'finux and the tracsec crew interview Peter wood', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (530, 'episode', '2010-03-18', 'Setting up the samson C01u in linux', 'pegwole explains how to set up the samson C01u in linux', 'pegwole', 120, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (531, 'episode', '2010-03-24', 'bash loops ', '
\r\nuser@pc:~$ for number in 1 2 3\r\n> do\r\n> echo my number is $number\r\n> done\r\nmy number is 1\r\nmy number is 2\r\nmy number is 3\r\n\r\nuser@pc:~$ for number in 1 2 3 ; do echo my number is $number; done\r\nmy number is 1\r\nmy number is 2\r\nmy number is 3\r\n\r\nuser@pc:~$ cat x.txt|while read line;do echo $line;done\r\none-long-line-with-no-spaces\r\none ling line with spaces\r\n\r\nuser@pc:~$ for line in `cat x.txt`;do echo $line;done\r\none<-long-line-with-no-spaces\r\none\r\nling\r\nline\r\nwith\r\nspaces\r\n
', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (532, 'episode', '2010-03-29', 'Ubuntu interview', 'Patrick L Archibald interviews her sister Wynn Godbold who recently starting using Ubuntu Linux. She is a kindergarten teacher in SC. They talk about her experience as a new Linux user. The also discuss open source adoption in the education field. At times it sounds unintentionally like an Ubuntu promo but there are some good snippets in the interview. ', 'Patrick L Archibald', 124, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (533, 'episode', '2010-03-30', 'Professional Certs versus Hacker Degree', 'Finux''s Tracsec segement about Professional Certs Versus Hacking Degree', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (534, 'episode', '2010-04-03', 'Mercurial Transition and comments on the Python Package Index', 'Mercurial Transition / Python 2.7 alpha 1 / Comments on the Python Package Index\r\nWe cover the status of the transition to using Mercurial for the Python source code, the first alpha release of Python 2.7, and the recent controversy over adding commenting to the Python Package Index.', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (535, 'episode', '2010-04-06', 'New Features in Python 2.7', 'Episode 5.Bit-of-Python-2010-02-10\r\nNew Features in Python 2.7\r\nWe discuss some of the new features coming in Python 2.7.\r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (536, 'episode', '2010-04-13', 'Spud Guns', '\r\n\r\nWebsites listed:\r\n
\r\nhttp://spudtech.com/\r\n
\r\nhttp://spudfiles.com/\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.advancedspuds.com/\r\n
\r\n\r\n
\r\nBooks:\r\n
\r\nBackyard Balistics by Wiliam Gurstelle\r\n
\r\n\r\n
\r\nGun plans:\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.advancedspuds.com/gunplans.htm
', 'elel', 125, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (537, 'episode', '2010-04-16', 'Episode 6.Bit-of-Python', 'Episode 6.Bit-of-Python-2010-03-10\r\nInterview: Van Lindberg\r\nMichael Foord interviews Van Lindberg, conference chair for PyCon 2010 in Atlanta GA, on the success of the conference, plans for the 2011 Atlanta conference, and his work as an intellectual-property lawyer.\r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (538, 'episode', '2010-04-19', 'asterisk-cast', 'cobra2''s asterisk-cast', 'cobra', 126, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (539, 'episode', '2010-04-30', 'Little Bit of Python Episode 7', 'Episode 7.Bit-of-Python-2010-03-15\r\nUnladen Swallow\r\nPEP 3146 proposes that the Unladen Swallow branch, which adds a just-in-time compiler to Python, be merged into the main Python repository. We discuss what Unladen Swallow does, and what impact it''s likely to have.\r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (540, 'episode', '2010-05-05', 'Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio 04', '\r\nHEELLLLLOOOO!!!!!\r\nIn this episode of the Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio sigflup releases a couple\r\nof things and talks with cobra2 of unixporn.com and Command Line of the Command Line Podcast. you may email the Uber Leet Hacker Force at pantsbutt@gmail.com\r\nand visit our web-site at http://uberleethackerforce.deepgeek.us\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (541, 'episode', '2010-05-12', 'Interview with Moxie Marlinspike', 'finux and the Tracsec guys interview Moxie Marlinspike ', 'finux', 85, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (542, 'episode', '2010-05-18', 'Little Bit of Python Episode 8', 'Episode 8.Bit-of-Python-2010-03-20\r\nInterview: Mark Shuttleworth\r\nSteve Holden interviews Mark Shuttleworth, founder of the Ubuntu project and a keynote speaker at PyCon 2010.\r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (543, 'episode', '2010-05-24', 'Xoke''s Podcasting Script', 'Xoke talks about his podcasting script that is available on xoke.org', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (544, 'episode', '2010-05-28', 'HPR: A private data cloud', '
\r\nLINKS:\r\nFailure Trends in a Large Disk Drive Population http://labs.google.com/papers/disk_failures.pdf\r\n\r\nNas solutions\r\nhttp://www.drobo.com/\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network-attached_storage\r\n\r\nClowd Solutions\r\nhttps://one.ubuntu.com/\r\nhttps://www.dropbox.com/\r\nhttp://www.carbonitepro.com/ProPricing.aspx\r\n\r\nRsync\r\nhttp://samba.anu.edu.au/rsync/\r\nhttp://rsync.samba.org/ftp/rsync/rsync.html\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneaker_net\r\n\r\nSetting up the sshkey\r\nhttp://sial.org/howto/openssh/publickey-auth/\r\n\r\nGetting a well known url for your changing home IP address\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_DNS\r\n\r\nCron howto\r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0507\r\nhttp://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/disable-the-mail-alert-by-crontab-command/\r\n\r\nSponsored Podcast\r\nhttp://screencasters.heathenx.org/\r\n
\r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (545, 'episode', '2010-06-03', 'Little Bit of python episode nine', '9.Bit-of-Python-2010-03-22\r\nBits of News\r\nWe discuss a variety of recent news items: some recent CPython changes, the new PyPy 1.2 release, crypto support and Debian packaging for IronPython, the PyWeek game programming contest, upcoming conference plans, and upcoming podcast plans.', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (546, 'episode', '2010-06-03', 'Shot of Hack – Changing the time offset of a series of photos', '
\r\nThe problem: You have a series of photos where the time is offset from the correct time but is still correct in relation to each other.\r\n\r\nHere are a few of the times that I’ve needed to do this:\r\n- Changing the battery on my camera switched to a default date.\r\n- I wanted to synchronize the time on my camera to a GPS track so the photos matched the timestamped coordinates.\r\n- At a family event where images from different cameras were added together.\r\n\r\nYou can do edit the timestamp using a GUI and many photo manipulation applications like the GIMP support metadata editing. For example on KDE:\r\n\r\n    gwenview -> plugins -> images -> metadata -> edit EXIF \r\n\r\nThe problem is that this gets tiresome after a few images, and anyway the times are correct in relation to each other – I just need to add or subtract a time correction to them en masse.\r\n\r\nThe answer: exiv2 – Image 
metadata manipulation tool. It is a program to read and write Exif, IPTC and XMP image metadata and image comments.\r\n\r\nuser@pc:~$ exiv2 *.jpg\r\nFile name       : test.jpg\r\nFile size       : 323818 Bytes\r\nMIME type       : image/jpeg\r\nImage size      : 1280 x 960\r\nCamera make     : FUJIFILM\r\nCamera model    : MX-1200\r\nImage timestamp : 2008:12:07 15:12:59\r\nImage number    :\r\nExposure time   : 1/64 s\r\nAperture        : F4.5\r\nExposure bias   : 0 EV\r\nFlash           : Fired\r\nFlash bias      :\r\nFocal length    : 5.8 mm\r\nSubject distance:\r\nISO speed       : 160\r\nExposure mode   : Auto\r\nMetering mode   : Multi-segment\r\nMacro mode      :\r\nImage quality   :\r\nExif Resolution : 1280 x 960\r\nWhite balance   :\r\nThumbnail       : image/jpeg, 5950 Bytes\r\nCopyright       :\r\nExif comment    :\r\n\r\nThe trick is to pick a image where you can that figure out what the time was and work out the time offset. In my case I needed to adjust the date forward by six months and four 
days while changing the time back by seven hours. I used the command exiv2 -O 6 -D 4 -a -7 *.jpg\r\n\r\n-a time\r\n    Time adjustment in the format [-]HH[:MM[:SS]].\r\n    This option is only used with the ''adjust'' action. Examples:\r\n        1 adds one hour,\r\n        1:01 adds one hour and one minute,\r\n        -0:00:30 subtracts 30 seconds.\r\n-Y yrs\r\n    Time adjustment by a positive or negative number of years, for the ''adjust'' action.\r\n-O mon\r\n    Time adjustment by a positive or negative number of months, for the ''adjust'' action.\r\n-D day\r\n    Time adjustment by a positive or negative number of days, for the ''adjust'' action.\r\n\r\nWhen we run this we can see that the timestamp has now changed.\r\n\r\nuser@pc:~$ exiv2 *.jpg | grep timestamp\r\nImage timestamp : 2009:06:11 08:12:59\r\n\r\nThat’s it. Remember this is the end of the conversation – to give feedback you can either record a show for the HPR network and email it to admin@hackerpublicradio.org or write it on a post-it 
note and attach it to the windscreen of Dave Yates’s car as he’s recording his next show.\r\n\r\nhttp://www.hackerpublicradio.org\r\nhttp://kenfallon.com/?cat=12\r\n
', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (547, 'episode', '2010-06-07', 'openCSW Interview', '

Klaatu talks to Philip Brown of the openCSW project about Solaris, SunOS, portability and code, and lots more.

\r\n\r\n

You may also listen to this episode in glorious ogg vorbis.

\r\n\r\n

Word up! the anti-talkshoe producers of this episode: Timrit and cobra2

', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (548, 'episode', '2010-06-14', 'How to Prevent Spam', 'Xoke talks about spam and how to prevent it.', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (549, 'episode', '2010-06-17', ' Interview with Richard Jones', '10.Bit-of-Python-2010-03-24\r\nInterview with Richard Jones\r\nRichard Jones organizes the PyWeek game programming challenge. Richard and Andrew discuss how the challenge is run, what sort of games people write, and the libraries that are used.', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (550, 'episode', '2010-06-25', 'Interview with jledbetter', 'klaatu interviews jledbetter a java developer', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (551, 'episode', '2010-07-01', 'Interview with Wendy Seltzer', 'another interview from klaatu at SELF 2010', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (552, 'episode', '2010-07-08', 'Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio 5', '
\r\nIn this episode we talk to Krue about his flash-cart and then to Mat Jones about\r\nhis web-framework and work in D.\r\n\r\nLinks include:\r\n\r\nBatchPCB:\r\n\r\nhttp://batchpcb.com/index.php/Products/24239\r\nhttp://batchpcb.com/index.php/Products/23319\r\n\r\nAtariMax Flash Cart:\r\n\r\nhttp://atarimax.com/usbcoleco/documentation/\r\n\r\nAll USB specifications can be downloaded from:\r\n\r\nhttp://www.usb.org/developers/docs/\r\n\r\nKrue''s site:\r\n\r\nhttp://krue.net/\r\n\r\nMat''s site:\r\n\r\nhttp://workhorsy.org\r\n
\r\n\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (553, 'episode', '2010-07-10', 'interview with celesteLynPaul', 'klaatu interviews celesteLynPaul of the KDE project', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (554, 'episode', '2010-07-13', 'Wireless', 'Xoke talks about wireless access points in his home', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (555, 'episode', '2010-07-13', 'Hack Radio Live 1', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nIn this pilot, Drake and Enigma discuss WiiRD.', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (556, 'episode', '2010-07-18', 'Basekamp Interview', 'Klaatu talks to Meg and Scott from Basekamp.com about possible art worlds, free culture, free software, economics, social organization, collaboration, and a lot more.
\r\n
\r\nFind the ogg version courtesy your friends at the bad applez.\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (557, 'episode', '2010-07-20', 'Hack Radio Live 2', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nStory time with Drake and Enigma', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (558, 'episode', '2010-07-21', 'xscreensaver', 'Shownotes: http://www.kenfallon.com
\r\nxscreensaver howto: http://www.jwz.org/xscreensaver/man1.html#9
\r\n
\r\nCommands:
\r\nvi .kde/Autostart/xscreensaver.desktop
\r\nsudo cp /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kscreenlocker \r\nsudo vi /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kscreenlocker
\r\nsudo chmod +x /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kscreenlocker
\r\nsudo apt-get install xscreensaver xli xloadimage xfishtank qcam streamer
\r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (559, 'episode', '2010-07-28', 'Hack Radio Live 3', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nEnigma discusses basic security concepts', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (560, 'episode', '2010-08-02', 'Old soldiers', 'Podcasting, Podfading, and Ordinary Voices Saying Extraordinary Things\r\n

\r\nMusic in this episode:\r\n
\r\n"Test Drive" by Zapac\r\n
\r\nAvailable at ccmixter.org\r\n

\r\nScript for this episode available on my gopherspace:\r\n
\r\ngopher://gopher.info-underground.net/1/lostnbronx/\r\n', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (561, 'episode', '2010-08-04', 'Hack Radio Live 4', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nDrake discusses the WEP and WEP based cracking.', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (562, 'episode', '2010-08-11', 'Introduction to bash scripting', '

\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bourne_shell\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command-line_interface\r\n\r\nA list of "Hello World" programs in many different computer languages: \r\nhttp://www.roesler-ac.de/wolfram/hello.htm \r\n\r\nFor Windows:\r\nEditor: http://notepad-plus-plus.org/\r\nBash (and more): http://x.cygwin.com/ \r\n(run setup, and selecting the ''xinit'' package from the ''X11'' category.)\r\n\r\n$ echo ''#!/bin/bash'' > hello.bash\r\n$ echo "echo hello world" >> hello.bash\r\n\r\n$ cat hello.bash \r\n#!/bin/bash\r\necho hello world\r\n\r\n$ chmod +x hello.bash\r\n\r\n$ ./hello.bash\r\nhello world\r\n\r\nfeedback-(a)-kenfallon.com\r\nMore information http://www.kenfallon.com\r\n
', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 42, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (563, 'episode', '2010-08-12', 'Hack Radio Live 5', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nNo set topic for this show Enigma and Drake talk about whatever is on their minds.', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (564, 'episode', '2010-08-14', 'robomofo', 'shownotes at http://mmmccormick.com/hardware/robomofo/robomofo.html ', 'thewtex', 69, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (565, 'episode', '2010-08-21', 'Hack Radio Live 6', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nScanners, Scanners and more Scanners with Drake and Enigma', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (566, 'episode', '2010-08-21', 'Shotgun', 'SHOTGUN\r\n
\r\nHyper-Scheduling For Maximum Effect\r\n

\r\nfollow the progress of this likely-ineffective experiment\r\n
\r\ngopher://gopher.info-underground.net/1/lostnbronx/lostnblog\r\n', 'lostnbronx', 107, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (567, 'episode', '2010-09-02', 'Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096 2,', '\r\nJoin SigFLUP, Cyrpto, Zack and friends in a tour of the U of M Supercomputer \r\nCenter! Pictures of the event can be found here: http://hobones.dogsoft.net/sup\r\n\r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (568, 'episode', '2010-09-08', 'Hack Radio Live 7', 'Enigma and drake talk about Mythtv', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (569, 'episode', '2010-09-11', 'Win7', 'Xoke talks about installing Win7 ultimate edition in VMware', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (570, 'episode', '2010-09-11', 'New google privacy policy', 'googles new privacy policy', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (571, 'episode', '2010-09-15', 'Hack Radio Live 9', 'For complete show notes please visit hackradiolive.org
\r\nDIY radar', 'Drake Anubis', 58, 41, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (572, 'episode', '2010-09-21', 'Interview with Mark Zareason', 'p>Klaatu talks to Mark from Zareason.

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Wanna hear this episode in ogg? Sure ya do!

\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (573, 'episode', '2010-09-24', 'Linux in a Ham Shack', '', 'K5TUX', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (574, 'episode', '2010-10-06', 'Interview with Maco', 'Klaatu interviews Maco about her new Sign Language Tutor\r\napplication, Gally, as well as why Qt and KDE are better than all the\r\nrest, plus Ubuntu Women and women in computing, Linux and\r\nsecurity, and some other stuff. \r\n\r\nListen to this episode in ogg vorbis courtesy the Bad Applez.', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (575, 'episode', '2010-10-15', 'Free and open source software on windows', 'A presentation from Software Freedom Day Event 2009 organised by the UAD Linux Society, Hannah Maclure Centre, and the Tayside Linux Users Group. This talk is by Robert McWilliam and is about using Free and Open Source Software for Windows.', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (576, 'episode', '2010-10-18', 'Interview with HeathenX', '

Klaatu, at the Ohio Linux Fest 2009, interviews HeathenX from the screencasters about art on Linux, Inkscape, GIMP, multi-platform applications, and more.

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The ogg version provided by The Bad Apples.

', 'klaatu', 78, 37, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (577, 'episode', '2010-10-19', 'Episode 11.Bit-of-Python-2010-04-07', 'A Little Bit of Python is an occasional podcast on all things Python. The four protagonists on the show are all core Python developers and members of the Python Software Foundation. They are: Michael Foord (author of IronPython in Action and maintainer of unittest), Andrew Kuchling (creator of PyCrypto and one of the python.org webmasters), Steve Holden (PSF chairman), Dr. Brett Cannon (author of importlib amongst other things) and Jesse Noller (maintainer of multiprocessing).\r\n\r\nEpisode 11.Bit-of-Python-2010-04-07\r\nInterview with Antoine Pitrou\r\nAn interview recorded at PyCon 2010, Atlanta, with Antoine Pitrou. Antoine Pitrou is the core CPython developer responsible for creating the "new-GIL".\r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (578, 'episode', '2010-10-20', 'Open Source Security Concepts', 'A presentation from Software Freedom Day Event 2009 organised by the UAD Linux Society, Hannah Maclure Centre, and the Tayside Linux Users Group. This talk is by Nick Walker and is about Open Source Security Concepts.\r\n\r\n', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (579, 'episode', '2010-10-21', 'Interview with Jeff and Loafy, two SELF volunteers', 'Klaatu talks to Jeff and Loafy, two volunteers at SELF 2010. For the ogg version, click riiiight here.', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (580, 'episode', '2010-10-22', 'Hacker Public Radio Panel at Ohio Linux Fest 2010', 'Listen!! to the Hacker Public Radio panel at the Ohio Linux Fest held in September 2010. Panelists include Klaatu, Dave Yates, SigFLUP, Lord Drachenblut and Dann Washko.', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (581, 'episode', '2010-10-25', 'Open Source Games and the community', 'A presentation from Software Freedom Day Event 2009 organised by the UAD Linux Society, Hannah Maclure Centre, and the Tayside Linux Users Group. This talk is by Phillip Geyer and is about Open Source Games and the community.', 'finux', 85, 36, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (582, 'episode', '2010-10-26', 'Talk Geek To Me #23:Interview:Ken Fallon', 'In this brief interview, Ken Fallon talks to me about reviving the podfaded Hacker Public Radio (hpr,) and using the right tools for the right job when it comes to building something on the interwebs. ', 'deepgeek', 73, 34, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (583, 'episode', '2010-10-27', 'An interview with Alan Hicks', 'Klaatu interviews Alan Hicks of Slackbook and the Slackware team about SELF 2010, Slackware 13.1, encryption, and the wifis \r\nListen to the ogg vorbis version of this episode courtesy of teh Bad Applez.', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (584, 'episode', '2010-10-28', 'A Little Bit of Python: 12 Global Interpreter Lock; Concurrency', 'A Little Bit of Python is an occasional podcast on all things Python. The four protagonists on the show are all core Python developers and members of the Python Software Foundation. They are: Michael Foord (author of IronPython in Action and maintainer of unittest), Andrew Kuchling (creator of PyCrypto and one of the python.org webmasters), Steve Holden (PSF chairman), Dr. Brett Cannon (author of importlib amongst other things) and Jesse Noller (maintainer of multiprocessing).\r\n\r\nWe discuss the significance of the Global Interpreter Lock (or GIL) and recent work at improving it, PEP 3148 proposing futures as a new asynchronous execution method, some recent IronPython work, and a new Python podcast.\r\n\r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (585, 'episode', '2010-10-29', 'QSK1: Devil in the Details', 'This is the very first episode of the QSK Netcast. I want to thank everyone who supports podcasting, netcasting, Internet broadcasting or whatever you want to call it. I also want to thank all those who believe in Open Source, who strive to mentor with every breath and who believe the world is a better place with more knowledge in it. Please have a listen to my latest effort and send me feedback using the contact form or by leaving comments on the Web site. You can also call the show at 417-200-4811 and press the option for QSK Netcast. I really want to hear from you: Your likes, your dislikes, your requests, your questions--whatever. Just remember, it can only get better from here.', 'K5TUX', 127, 43, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (586, 'episode', '2010-11-01', 'Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096- The Internet is For Porn', 'In this episode of Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096 SigFLUP offers a much needed criticism of the popular internet meme, The Internet is For Porn', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (587, 'episode', '2010-11-02', 'HPR Community News', 'In this show we look behind the scenes at HPR. Giving details of what has changed over the last month.', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (588, 'episode', '2010-11-03', 'Klaatu interviews Brian Smith from dns.com', 'Klaatu\r\nAn interview with Brian Smith\r\nSELF Interviews\r\nKlaatu interviews Brian Smith from dns.com. Listen to the ogg vorbis version of this interview courtesy your friends at the Bad Apples GNU Linux Oggcast.\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (589, 'episode', '2010-11-04', 'DownThemAll SongFight and a Song', 'DownThemAll can be found at http://www.downthemall.net/ or search for DownThemAll in FireFox under Tools > Add-ons > Get Add-ons \r\nThe Main website for Song Fight is http://songfight.org/\r\nSong Fight''s official stance on Copyright may be found at http://songfight.org/faq.html#copyright\r\nThe direct link to today''s song is http://www.songfight.org/music/the_proposal/bradsucks_tp.mp3\r\nBrad Sucks is "a one man band with no fans." To hear more of Brad''s excellent music, please visit http://www.bradsucks.net/\r\nThank you for listening to my very first attempt at Hacker Public Radio. I hope to do more in the future.\r\n\r\npokey\r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, I have included a few.', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (590, 'episode', '2010-11-05', 'QSK Episode 2: MP3 v. OGG', 'Thanks to Klaatu for coming on board tonight to talk about the debate over software patents and the MP3 format vs. Open Source audio codecs like OGG. The audio leaves a little bit to be desired but everything is understandable. Please tell everyone about the netcast. Thanks for listening and hope to have you back for Episode 3.', 'K5TUX', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (591, 'episode', '2010-11-08', 'sdf and openvms deathrow', 'first I wanted to share my contact information.
\r\n \r\nand my rss feed to my show http://jwplinux.libsyn.com/rss
\r\n \r\nI wanted to talk about two places that really helped me in learning about the command line. Both do not run linux one runs net bsd and the other runs open vms. Both are so geeky you need to beat it away with a stick.
\r\n \r\nI use really often and have learned so much from the use of sdf public access unix system. It was first done up in 1987 and I really like it. I saw it once in Seatle it is great thing to view. If you liked the old compuserve you are going to love this place. Its free but if you donate I think 10 bucks you get a lot more out of it.
\r\n \r\nThe second place is death row vms I did a pod cast with bev a while back and its agreat place to do unix. its based on open vms which if you can not love it you must hate cute kittens to. Bev has a lot compilers there which can save you so bucks.
\r\n \r\nFree raid storage at both places.
\r\n \r\nfree email at both places
\r\n \r\nfree IRC at both places#
\r\n \r\nA lot that geeks like at both places
\r\n\r\nhttp://www.sdf.org/
\r\n\r\nhttp://deathrow.vistech.net/
', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (592, 'episode', '2010-11-09', 'FOSScon: An interview with CrissiD and Charles', 'Klaatu interviews CrissiD and Charles, two organizers of FOSScon 2010. Listen to the ogg vorbis version of this interview courtesy your friends at the Bad Apples GNU Linux Oggcast.\r\n\r\n
\r\nhttp://www.fosscon.org\r\nhttp://www.thebadapples.info/audiophile/hpr_fosscon2010.ogg\r\nhttp://www.thebadapples.info\r\n
', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (593, 'episode', '2010-11-10', 'My Linux Experience', 'What got me into linux. Running linux at home and stuff I use. Some linux at work. Other linux experiences. mayesja (at) gmail.com', 'Jared Mayes', 130, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (594, 'episode', '2010-11-11', 'Using FFMPEG To Convert Video Shot With An Android Phone', 'This episode comes with detailed shownotes which can be found on the hpr site http://hackerpublicradio.org/shownotes/hpr0594.html', 'FiftyOneFifty', 131, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (595, 'episode', '2010-11-12', 'Read ''n Code - 1 Seneca and Python', 'This is the first episode of the Read ''n Code podcast, the only podcast about literature and computer programming. In this episode we will take a look at Letters from a Stoic by Seneca and the Zen of Python by Tim Peters.\r\n', 'Flaviu Simihaian', 132, 44, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (596, 'episode', '2010-11-15', 'The Importance of Community', 'Speaking on the importance of the community in hacker culture, and how the community has affected my life.\r\n\r\nYou can find sp0rus at his blog http://www.squaringcircles.blogspot.com and on IRC.', 'sp0rus', 133, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (597, 'episode', '2010-11-16', 'QSK Episode 3: Old and in the Way', 'QSK: Episode 3 of QSK is a rantcast. Cheryl, my significant other, and I ruminate on the state of motor vehicle licensing in the world, how ridiculous the situation has gotten and what we''re planning on doing about it. This one is a fun ride, so sit back and enjoy the total lack of political correctness. We did.', 'K5TUX', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (598, 'episode', '2010-11-17', 'Bash Scripting: Episode 2 Command Line Basics', 'In the second installment Ken resolves to not do any work and so get''s permission from Chess Griffin to reuse extracts from Linux Reality Episode 14 - Command Line Basics May 17, 2006\r\nhttp://www.linuxreality.com/archives.php#14\r\n\r\nShownotes can be found at http://hackerpublicradio.org/shownotes/hpr0598.html', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 42, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (599, 'episode', '2010-11-18', 'Interview with Rudi van Drunen on IPv6', 'An interview with Rudi van Drunen at LISA 2010, the Large Installation Systems Administration conference in San Jose, CA. Rudi discusses the\r\npast, present and future of IPv6, how soon we as a community will need to implement it, and the benefits and drawbacks of the new Internet\r\nnumbering scheme.', 'KFive', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (600, 'episode', '2010-11-19', 'Handling spam', 'Xoke gives us tips on How to handle spam', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (602, 'episode', '2010-11-23', 'Urban Camping ep 1 ', '

Klaatu''s first episode in his HOW TO be an Urban Camper mini series.

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Trombone sample from freesound.org catalogue number 73581
\r\nEnd song by Jimmy Rogers, courtesy archive.org

', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (603, 'episode', '2010-11-24', 'QSK Episode 4: AM vs. FM', 'After a discussion on IRC that I''ve had several times before over the past few years, I decided to put my thoughts on the difference between AM and FM radio into a podcast. This talk gets a little bit technical but I think it''s easy enough for the average listener to follow. Thank you, Linux Basement, for mentioning the show. I really appreciate it!', 'KFive', 127, 43, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (604, 'episode', '2010-11-25', 'Community Run Projects', '
\r\nLinks to projects talked about:\r\n- Free Rainbow Tables\r\n     http://www.freerainbowtables.com\r\n     - Boinc\r\n          http://boinc.berkeley.edu/projects.php\r\n- Archive Team\r\n     http://www.archiveteam.org\r\n     http://www.archiveteam.org/index.php?title=GeoCities\r\n- Security B-Sides\r\n     http://www.securitybsides.com\r\n- Infosec Mentors Project\r\n     http://infosecmentors.com\r\n- Hackerspaces\r\n     http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/\r\n     https://makerslocal.org/\r\n- Open Source Software Projects\r\n     http://sourceforge.net/\r\n     https://github.com/\r\n     - Code Raid\r\n          http://www.reddit.com/r/coderaid\r\n\r\nYou can find sp0rus at his blog \r\nhttp://www.squaringcircles.blogspot.com \r\non twitter @jmstitt and on IRC.\r\n
', 'sp0rus', 133, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (605, 'episode', '2010-11-26', 'How I found Linux', 'This is a short podcast on how I found linux.', 'Johninsc', 135, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (606, 'episode', '2010-11-29', 'Thread_Repair', 'Not all threads are perfect, but they can be. Hackers sometimes become makers, and makers sometimes use threaded fasteners. Fasteners sometimes need a little TLC before they can serve you as well as you''d like. Also Whiskey pairs surprisingly well with Cheez-its® and Play-Doh®. If any of this sounds familiar, then this episode is for you. \r\nThe Main website for Song Fight is http://songfight.org/ \r\nSong Fight''s official stance on Copyright may be found at http://songfight.org/faq.html#copyright \r\nThe direct link to today''s song is http://songfightorg.dreamhosters.com/music/outside_paradise/andrewayers+guest_op.mp3 \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, I have included a few.', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (607, 'episode', '2010-11-30', 'Klaatu talks to Rebecca from bueda.com', 'Klaatu talks to Rebecca from bueda.com about the Semantic Web, social networking, privacy and the internet, hipsters, and hipster boxing. Want to hear all of this in the free codec ogg vorbis? get it from the good folks over at the Gnu World order', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (608, 'episode', '2010-12-01', 'sp0rus: My Linux Experience', 'My experience with Linux: distros I''ve used and currently use, and where I plan on going from here.', 'sp0rus', 133, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (609, 'episode', '2010-12-02', 'I Blame Tom Merritt', 'After more than a year of using Linux, Curbuntu shares some of the "why''s" behind his switch.\r\nAlthough they are "ancient history," if a listener is curious about the CNet episodes in which Tom Merritt mentioned Ubuntu, the video links are here:\r\n
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  1. 2006-09-18: Try a Free Operating System
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  3. 2007-07-26: Install Ubuntu on Linux with no muss or fuss
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  5. 2008-03-21: Run Ubuntu Linux on a USB drive
  6. \r\n
', 'Curbuntu', 136, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (610, 'episode', '2010-12-03', 'First Robotics Competition', '
First Robotics Competition\r\n
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First & the FRC\r\n
Dean, Woodie, DLavery\r\n
Construction season\r\n
Competitions, matches, awards\r\n
History & origin\r\n
My involvement\r\n
Your involvement\r\n
\r\n
Useful links \r\n
FIRST -- For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology (usfirst.org) \r\n
Info to get involved \ r\n
List of events \r\n
Geographical search to find teams & events near you \r\n
Archieved competition info \r\n
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mayesja (at) gmail \r\n
', 'Jared Mayes', 130, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (611, 'episode', '2010-12-06', 'HPR Community News 0x01', '

HPR News 0x01

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Welcome New hosts

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Show Review

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Promo played on shows

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Fixed comment spam

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RSS feed link to episode

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The great ogg debate

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Archive.org

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Hpr Submission Policy

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README.txt

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Calendar

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A word from our Spammers

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Full shownotes at http://hackerpublicradio.org/shownotes/hpr0611.html

', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (612, 'episode', '2010-12-07', 'Urban cyclist - Commuting', 'Intro - I am guitarman in IRC, got the nick from a Jerry Reid song which Elvis borrowed - just liked the lyrics and the performance. Not a health Nut, Nor an Expert on bike repair but do cycle every day and have for over 2.5 years.\r\nComplete show notes http://hackerpublicradio.org/shownotes/hpr0612.html', 'guitarman', 137, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (613, 'episode', '2010-12-08', 'alternative investing and how the internet changes the game', 'Shownotes from http://jwp5.wordpress.com/2010/11/16/alternative-investing-and-how-the-internet-changes-the-game/\r\n

For My hacker Public Radio spot.
Recently, I had a chance to review about 30 years of my investing and savings.
Being a live long member of the save 10% club and having been debt free for a number years I thought I needed a review.

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Having been in the military I had picked almost all the wrong kinds of things to invest in in the pre-internet era that one could think of.
A few years ago when Ron Paul was running for President.
I stumbled upon his web site.
Having shared many views with Mr. Paul and him being a small town doctor from Texas.  I was very interested in what he invested in.
I read that he had about 50% of his assets in hard assets like Gold Coins and the rest T bills.
Of course he was debt free and owned his home and land out right as well. 

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I use Etrade and I am slowy moving the mistakes of the Army.
Its just hard to get in touch with folks that deal with paper.

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The reason I like Etrade so much is that they show the total loss or gain each investment right away.  No guessing you can see it.
You also pay as you go with them and it is very clear what you have to pay in total fee’s.

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I like the treasury direct site as well.

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But what really interested me.
Is what is coming.  And this is the Hacker part of that really says wow.
I have been a user of pay pal for a long time.
I have a German and American account with them and find its a great way to move dollars to euros with out a lot of over the top fees.
Most people do not think about having two types of money but I assure you the dollar is not worth very much today vs. the Euro.
Which is great for American Jobs. 
Being a Pay Pal user I a saw this Microplace site they have.
I used my pay pal ID and it worked.
There was no tricks or anything. 
You make a small loan to women in south texas or coco farms in the islands and they really pay you back.
I have done it for a few years and it made feel a lot better about sharing my money and getting a fair return.

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I also look into owning a share of Windmill or truck or locomotive but the incoming costs are pretty high.  About 15K to starting in Germany to own a share of ship or locomotive.  I like this because its a set investment a train that works in the Hamburg harbor and its there you can go and see it on your web cam and see it work.  It pays back your entire principle over the 30 years of its life and it pays a share of the profit for that year.  I have not found very many American investments like that.  But have heard that some Oil trusts can do that.  Can I have a web cam of it working would be a qualifying point for me. 

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Well enjoy and thank about it.
Keep it simple if you do save and watch fee’s.
The younger you start the easier it is.
And do not borrow money with credit cards or by car with credit or buy home unless you put 20% down.
Would be the only other advice.
I read book one time about wealthy barber and another about a guy who saved three years living expenses.
I used much from both. 
The one that really changed my life was when I had the living expenses worked out.
It changed how I felt about my Boss and what I would be willing do a lot. 
The spirit to take chance also came from that.

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In any case I am off enjoy and be safe.

', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (614, 'episode', '2010-12-09', 'Intro To Audio and Pod/Oggcasting', '
\r\nIn this show we talk about what sound is and how we represent it digitally.\r\n\r\n* A sine wave\r\n* Analog to digital conversion\r\n    o Chopping it up. (Bit rate)\r\n    o How big is each slice. (Bit depth)\r\n    o What is a WAV and what is a broadcast WAV.\r\n    o What is a codec\r\n    o Lossless audio codecs\r\n    o Lossy audio codecs \r\n\r\nhttp://opensourcemusician.com\r\nirc.freenode.net #opensourcemusicians\r\n
', 'PipeManMusic', 134, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (615, 'episode', '2010-12-10', 'Urban Camping ep 2', '

The second episode in the HOW TO be an Urban Camper mini series. This one covers finding shelter, things to look out for, scouting out the neighborhood, police and other thugs, and where not to stay..
\r\nEnd song excerpt by the Princess Orchestra, courtesy archive.org

', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (616, 'episode', '2010-12-13', 'Surfraw', 'Surfraw: Shell Users'' Revolutionary Front Rage Against the Web\r\n\r\n

About Surfraw

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\r\nSurfraw provides a fast unix command line interface to a variety of\r\npopular WWW search engines and other artifacts of power. It reclaims\r\ngoogle, altavista, babelfish, dejanews, freshmeat, research index,\r\nslashdot and\r\nmany others \r\nfrom the false-prophet, pox-infested heathen\r\nlands of html-forms, placing these wonders where they belong, deep in\r\nunix heartland, as god loving extensions to the shell.

\r\n ', 'Dave Yates', 77, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (617, 'episode', '2010-12-14', 'So You Wanna Start A Band?', '

Many people only think about it from the fans perspective, without realizing the different steps it''s taken to get to them. ThistleWeb talks about the current copyright cartel thinking in how it affects musicians. The same people who claim to speak on behalf of artists, lobby to enshrine laws supposedly for the artists. He talks through the process of starting a band and how often these laws crop up forcing the next generation of musicians to spend a LOT of money to stay legal, or be criminalized. Staying legal means coughing up to maintain the status quo.

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He ends with a brief comparison of how things can work under a Creative Commons license.

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He forgot to mention the parallels with the Musicians Guild in Discworld by Terry Pratchett, who send the assassins in to deal with people who think they can play music without being paid members of the Guild.

', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (618, 'episode', '2010-12-15', 'Installing Windows XP in VirtualBox', '

\r\nI use GNU/Linux for everything except one program that I need for work. Even the odd Windows games I''ve played run nicely in wine now, but not this. I have looked for Open Source alternatives but so far have not come across anything I can use in the same way so that means I have to have an install of Windows on hand just for this one purpose. \r\n

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\r\nIn this podcast I am talking through setting up a virtual machine using VirtualBox, and installing Windows XP on that virtual machine.\r\n

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\r\n\r\nIf you would like me to make further episodes on this topic, maybe installing a different OS, or how to tweak this WinXP install once it is up and running then please drop me a line either on Twitter or identi.ca; I am @arfab; or email me on: arfab@lavabit.com\r\n

', 'arfab', 138, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (619, 'episode', '2010-12-16', 'QSK: Episode 5: You''re Driving Me Crazy', '

\r\nIn this episode of the QSK Netcast, your hero takes his road rage into the netcast arena. With a top-ten list of bad driving buffoonery to choose from, I stand on my soapbox for an entire episode and spout off to my heart''s content. Be warned, the explicit tag on this episode means EXPLICIT. No two ways about it. It just so happens that when I''m passionate about something, I don''t hold anything back. Please enjoy this latest episode and tell all your friends about the show. Don''t forget to send feedback, too. I''d love to hear what you think.

', 'KFive', 127, 43, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (620, 'episode', '2010-12-17', 'Klaatu holds an interview with Tek Systems', 'Klaatu talks to Tek Systems at SELF 2010. Listen to the ogg vorbis version courtesy of the Bad Applez.', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (621, 'episode', '2010-12-20', 'Dann and CafeNinja Book Review: Ayn Rand''s Atlas Shrugged', '

\r\nDann and CafeNinja provide a synopsis of the book and then discuss the points of objectivism in relation to historical, political, and personal impact. A good time had by all.\r\n \r\nReferences \r\n

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  • Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
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  • Objectivism - The Philosophy of Ayn Rand
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  • Ayn Rand on Wikipedia
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  • Atlas Shrugged the Website
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  • Dann''s Notes for this episode
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    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Objectivism_(Ayn_Rand)\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayn_Rand\r\nhttp://www.atlasshrugged.com\r\nhttp://www.thelinuxlink.net/~dann/atlas_shrugged_review.txt\r\n
    \r\n', 'Dann', 7, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (622, 'episode', '2010-12-21', 'Influenza', 'I discuss the biology, signs, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of influenza. http://www.cdc.gov is also a good place to go for information on inflluenza and has the latest information on influenza''s spread.', 'janedoc', 116, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (623, 'episode', '2010-12-22', 'nano editor', '
    \r\nJWP Aurthor\r\n\r\nNano is a lot like Pico which is included as the editor in pine.                                                                                                                    \r\nIt uses the Control key to execute commands and is very easy to use.                                                                                                                \r\n                                                                                                                                                                                    \r\nhttp://www.nano-editor.org/dist/v2.2/faq.html                                                                                                                                       \r\nhttp://www.nano-editor.org/                                                                                                                                                         \r\n                             
                                                                                                                                                           \r\nAlso be sure to donate to Wikipedia.                                                                                                                                                \r\nShow notes at http://jwp5.wordpress.com/2010/11/29/what-is-nano/ \r\n
    ', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (624, 'episode', '2010-12-23', 'Urban Camping ep 3', '

    The third episode in Klaatu''s HOW TO be an Urban Camper mini series, about the always engrossing topic of personal hygiene.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (625, 'episode', '2010-12-24', 'Network Cabeling at Resno''s House', '

    \r\nCabeling at home can be tricky. In this episode pokey and resno discuss some ways of creating a wired network in a residential space. Resno was kind enough to let us use his own home as the example for this discussion.

    \r\n

    \r\nThe Main website for Song Fight is http://songfight.org/ \r\nSong Fight''s official stance on Copyright may be found at http://songfight.org/faq.html#copyright \r\n

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    \r\nThe direct link to today''s song is http://www.songfight.org/music/tw3rp/anarchaeologists_tw3rp.mp3 \r\n

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    \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, we have included a few.\r\n

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (626, 'episode', '2010-12-27', 'Urban Camping ep 4', '

    The third episode in Klaatu''s HOW TO be an Urban Camper mini series, about organization of your gear, and the eternal quest for the perfect coffee travel mug.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (627, 'episode', '2010-12-28', 'From OS X to OS Whoredom to Linux', 'Ruji tells her story of discovering FOSS and installing Sabayon Linux on a MacBook Pro. She also discusses Mac OS X, virtualization, and multimedia software. \r\n\r\nLinks:\r\nRuji''s main site: http://rujic.net \r\nRuji''s image gallery: http://supposedly.rujic.net/lookwhaticando\r\nMusical guest Russian Paul''s page: http://myspace.com/russianpaulband', 'Ruji', 139, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (628, 'episode', '2010-12-29', 'Tasker - Automation for Android Devices', '

    \r\nThis first attempt is about Tasker, an Android app that enables the user to tweak and automate the Android smartphone. I have no connection with the author but find the app endlessly useful.\r\n

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    ', 'brother mouse', 140, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (629, 'episode', '2010-12-30', 'RSS 2.0 Specification with iTunes namespace', '

    \r\nLike HTML, RSS is a form of XML and today we take a look at the RSS 2.0 specification specifically how that will relate to the Hacker Public Radio feed.
    \r\nRSS 2.0 is offered by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School under the terms of the Attribution/Share Alike Creative Commons license. The author of this document is Dave Winer, founder of UserLand software, and fellow at Berkman Center. \r\n

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n
    \r\nhttp://cyber.law.harvard.edu/rss/rss.html\r\nhttp://www.apple.com/itunes/podcasts/specs.html\r\nhttp://www.rssboard.org/rss-profile\r\nhttp://validator.w3.org/feed/\r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/test.xml\r\nhttp://www.w3schools.com/html/\r\nhttp://www.w3schools.com/xml/\r\nhttp://www.w3schools.com/rss/\r\n
    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (630, 'episode', '2010-12-31', 'HPR at the Northeast GNU-Linux Fest', '

    Hacker Public Radio will have a table at the Northeast GNU/Linux Fest. Please come visit us to learn about contributing to HPR and for a free HPR sticker (while they last). You can also join in and help us out. If you''re a contributor to HPR, represent. Please Join the Hacker Public Radio mailing list to keep up to speed on what we''re doing.

    \r\n\r\n

    Thank you for listening.
    \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, I have included a few.

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (631, 'episode', '2011-01-03', 'HPR Community News 0x02', '

    Welcome New hosts

    \r\nguitarman, arfab, Ruji, and brother mouse\r\n\r\n

    Show Review

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    \r\n612     guitarman:: Urban cyclist - Commuting\r\n613     JWP:: alternative investing and how the internet changes...\r\n614     PipeManMusic:: Intro To Audio and Pod/Oggcasting\r\n615     klaatu:: Urban Camping ep 2\r\n616     Dave Yates:: Surfraw\r\n617     Thistleweb:: So You Wanna Start A Band?\r\n618     arfab:: Installing Windows XP in VirtualBox\r\n619     KFive:: QSK: Episode 5: You''re Driving Me Crazy\r\n620     klaatu:: Klaatu holds an interview with Tek Systems\r\n621     Dann:: Dann and CafeNinja Book Review:  Ayn Rand''s Atlas ...\r\n622     
    janedoc:: Influenza\r\n623     JWP:: nano editor\r\n624     klaatu:: Urban Camping ep 3\r\n625     pokey:: Network Cabeling at Resno''s House\r\n626     klaatu:: Urban Camping ep 4\r\n627     Ruji:: From OS X to OS Whoredom to Linux\r\n628     brother mouse:: Tasker - Automation for Android Devices\r\n629     Ken Fallon::RSS 2.0 Specification with iTunes namespace\r\n630     pokey:: HPR at the Northeast GNU-Linux Fest\r\n
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  • Comments: All comments need to be approved which led to a 50% reduction in bandwidth. Captas have been disabled. A rewrite of comment system is needed. Comment feed behind P in HPR
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  • Searching for WAV versions of the intro/outro\r\n
  • Ken was promoting HPR on the KnightWise KWTV LIVE 2010 : Day one. Hour 4
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    Mailing List News

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  • sigflup offered to put up an ice cast server to play hpr reruns and Dave Yates answered the call
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    A year in review

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    We Published 131 of a possible 261 shows in 2010.
    \r\nWe will need 260 shows for 2011 and so far we have 17 needless to say we need shows.

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    There were 37 hosts.

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    • Contributing one show: tmacuk, Patrick L Archibald, Dave Yates, janedoc, Enigma, Roundtable, elel, thewtex, Johninsc, Thistleweb, Ruji, pegwole, cobra, FiftyOneFifty, Curbuntu, arfab, brother mouse, StankDawg, Flaviu Simihaian, guitarman, and Dann
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    • Contributing two shows: PipeManMusic, Quvmoh, Jared Mayes, and Urban Koistinen
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    • Contributing seven shows: SigFlUP, and K5TUX
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    • Contributing eight shows: Drake Anubis
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    • Contributing eleven shows: Michael Foord
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    • Contributing thirteen shows: finux
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    • Contributing twenty shows: klaatu
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    Droops has offered to help improve the site stats.

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    Thank You !

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    Thanks to everyone who supported HPR in 2010 and have a great new year

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    A word from our spammers

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    Despite all the comments been approved our dedicated team of spammers continue to visit.

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    Links

    \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (632, 'episode', '2011-01-04', 'Notebook Method for ADHD', 'I recently graduated college and wanted to share a coping skill that I call the Notebook Method, it is used for organization and study.', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (633, 'episode', '2011-01-05', 'The Language Frontier Episode 1', '

    Skirlet introduces her new six-part miniseries, The Language Frontier.

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    In this episode, she talks about the importance of language in everyday life, the media, ads, buzzwords, and more.

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    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

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    http://www.aesdiopod.com/thelanguagefrontier/hpr_TLF-1.ogg

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 48, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (634, 'episode', '2011-01-06', 'Urban Camping ep 5', '

    The fifth episode in Klaatu''s HOW TO be an Urban Camper mini series, about where to find food.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (635, 'episode', '2011-01-07', 'Cloudy Predictions', '

    \r\nA case against cloud computing. Migrate your mission critical applications to your own personal cloud. Thousands of engineers have donated software which allows you to host almost any application genre that you like; including but not limited to web mail, wikis, social bookmarking, blogs, storage and sync, etc.
    Contact me @ dismal.science.hpr AT gmail DOT com

    ', 'Dismal Science', 141, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (636, 'episode', '2011-01-10', 'Kid3-qt', '

    An id3 tag is meta-data attached to an audio file, and is (ideally) about the file to which it is attached. If you''ve ever tried to edit id3 tags through a media player, then you know what a pain that is. If you haven''t... Well, now you never have to. Rejoice! Kid3-qt is an id3 tag editor, and it is awesome.\r\n
    \r\nThe main website for Song Fight is http://songfight.org/
    \r\nSong Fight''s official stance on Copyright may be found at http://songfight.org/faq.html#copyright
    \r\nThe direct link to today''s song is http://www.songfight.org/music/shreds/brickpig_shreds.mp3
    \r\nHacker Public Radio will have a table at the Northeast GNU/Linux Fest. Please come visit us to learn about contributing to HPR and for a free HPR sticker (while they last). You can also join in and help us out. If you''re a contributor to HPR, represent. Please Join the Hacker Public Radio mailing list to keep up to speed on what we''re doing.\r\nYou can sign up for the HPR mailing list at http://hackerpublicradio.org/mailman/listinfo/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org
    \r\nThe main website for NELF is http://www.northeastlinuxfest.org/
    \r\nThank you for listening.
    \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, I have probably included a few.

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (637, 'episode', '2011-01-11', 'Every Day Carry ', '

    In my youth I was an Eagle Scout and then a soldier so I tend to err on the side of overpreparedness. To keep this episode a manageable length I will only cover my on-the-body carry and leave discussion of packs, BOBs, car carry, etc for another day.

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    \r\nIf you dislike the new Endura4 style you may want to consider the new Pacific Salt line; it appears to be based on the classic Endura.

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    Corrections and Clarifications:

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    The Scala 700 blinks by default, but the LED can be turned off.\r\nWhile streaming a2dp the Jabra 530 does blink briefly after button\r\npresses then stops.

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    The Endura''s blade is less than 4" from tip to handle, making it compliant\r\nwith most pocketknife laws. Be sure to check your local laws and measure\r\nyour blade including the tang, because a LEO might do the same. It has been\r\nsaid, wisely, "You might beat the rap, but you won''t beat the ride."

    ', 'brother mouse', 140, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (638, 'episode', '2011-01-12', 'Urban Camping ep 6', '

    Episode 6 of HOW TO be an Urban Camper. This one talks about making money whilst urban camping.

    \r\n

    End song is "Play or Give me my Money Back" by Michael Tokarick via archive.org

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (639, 'episode', '2011-01-13', 'Podcasts are not Radio', 'Radio hosts and Podcasters have different goals and ways to go about them. Do not follow my example, but instead keep your podcasts all about the content.', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (640, 'episode', '2011-01-14', 'About microphones', '\r\n', 'PipeManMusic', 134, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (641, 'episode', '2011-01-17', 'Urban Camping ep 7', '

    What does an urban camper do all day? Find out in this exciting seventh episode of the HOW TO be an Urban Camper mini series!

    \r\n

    Say, is that Irving Gillette and the lovely Ada Jones singing "In the Heart of the City That Has No Heart" at the end? Why yes! it is. But don''t thank me, thank archive.org

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (642, 'episode', '2011-01-18', 'Hacking Your Suburban Backyard with Chickens', '

    Remember that feeling you got when you compiled your first executable\r\nand ran that sucker? You can get that feeling again every time you reach\r\nin the nestbox and pull out a freshly laid egg from birds you tend with\r\nyour own hands. "Roll your own" eggs, then "share and enjoy" the surplus.

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    3. Benefits of backyard chickening
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    5. Challenges and misconceptions
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    7. What you need (hardware): coop or tractor, feeders/waterers, materials
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    9. What you need (wetware): chicks v. pullets v. hens.
    10. \r\n
    11. Breeds: egg production, meat production, dual purpose, ornamentals
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    13. Don''t panic: things that freak out newbie chickeners
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    \r\n\r\n

    Links

    \r\n', 'brother mouse', 140, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (643, 'episode', '2011-01-19', 'Whats on my MP3 Player', '

    \r\nNot all of it it tech, there is some history and some business thrown in there. If I do not listen your show, it is either too smart for me, to awesome for normal listening, or I do not know about it. Please tell me.\r\n

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    \r\nSome of this can be found on http://Hackermedia.org, let me know what the site is missing. \r\n

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    \r\nThe big list:\r\n

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    \r\nI did not mention a new show that I just started listening to that is pretty awesome and about photography, Tack Sharp (http://tacksharp.tv).

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    http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps/hpr0643.opml\r\n', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (644, 'episode', '2011-01-20', 'The Plop Boot Loader and UNetbootin- A Great Team', '

    \r\nHave you ever ran across older computers that did not have BIOS options to boot from USB? Are you tired of burning ISO discs all the time to install an operating system on machines like these? This episode could help you in reducing your collection of ISO discs down to one, and then using a single USB flash drive for all the rest of your needs. \r\n

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    \r\nThe software can be downloaded from the following sites:\r\n

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    \r\nDirect quotes about UNetbootin and the end music used in the show are referenced below:\r\nSourceforge, N.D. (Designer). (2011). Introduction to unetbootin. [Web]. Retrieved from \r\n

    \r\n

    ', 'N50', 142, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (645, 'episode', '2011-01-21', 'The Dinosaur''s Dilemma ', '

    Intro: Most of us grow into our computer knowledge gradually, starting because of an innate curiosity, figuring things out through trial and error, desiring to accomplish certain tasks, or just possessing a genetic predisposition to geekiness.  But what would it be like as a non-geek to come from a non-technical background and be thrown into “the deep end of the pool,” challenging yourself to learn as much as you could from scratch, and to learn it all as quickly as you could?  In Curbuntu’s first interview with “Baylee Juran,” a career public-school teacher (and self-described technological “dinosaur”), Baylee shares what motivated her to lay aside a comfortable, if frustrating, teaching paradigm in the hope of evolving into a 21st-Century instructor.  (Note: No cockatiels were harmed in the recording of this interview.)

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    Links: Books and websites mentioned—

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    Technical notes: For those of you interested in contributing first-time episodes to HPR, this interview was recorded in Ubuntu 10.04.1 over Skype using Skype Call Recorder for Linux.  (The version for “Ubuntu / Kubuntu 8/9, i386“ seems to work fine, even on the 64-bit, 10.04 version of the operating system.)  Post-processing (e.g., editing, adding musical HPR intro & outro, normalization, exporting to MP3, etc.) was done with Audacity 1.3.12-beta.  Audacity-generated MP3 meta-tags were verified with EasyTAG 1.2.6.

    ', 'Curbuntu', 136, 49, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (646, 'episode', '2011-01-24', 'Do you need a carrier plan with Android\r\n', '

    \r\nMy argument is that Android OS is so power that you do not need a phone or data plan with it. A simple WiFi connection will provide everything that you could ask for.

    ', 'Dismal Science', 141, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (647, 'episode', '2011-01-25', 'How I Got Into Linux', '

    Linux-specific content starts at the 15min mark. Until then is all the\r\ncomputer geekery that led up to my first linux exposure. Feel free\r\nto skip forward if you don''t want to hear about old systems like the\r\nCommodores, TI, 5.25" floppies, FidoNet BBS, etc.

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    URLs referenced in this episode

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    Clarifications and corrections:

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    The Apple ][e setup I describe was almost exactly $2000.

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    I still own the TI 99/4A and BASIC manual; I cranked it\r\nup a few years ago. The thing that sticks out is how terrible\r\nthe keyboard is -- it''s almost unusable but seemed fine at the\r\ntime..\r\n

    \r\n', 'brother mouse', 140, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (648, 'episode', '2011-01-26', 'Wput: a command-line ftp-client', '

    \r\nWput is a command-line ftp-client that looks like wget but instead of downloading, uploads files or whole directories to remote ftp-servers.\r\n

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    Main Features

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    • wget-like interface
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    • TLS-encryption
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    Wput is a free utility that is able to upload files to a\r\nftp-server.

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    Wput is non−interactive and background-capable. It\r\ncan upload files or whole directories and is meant to be a\r\nrobust client even for unstable connections and will\r\ntherefore retry to upload a file, if the connection\r\nbroke.

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    Wput supports resuming, so it automatically continues\r\nuploading from the point where the previous upload stopped,\r\nmeaning that you can kill Wput anytime and it will (if the\r\nremote ftp−server supports this, being most likely the\r\ncase) finish the partial uploaded file.

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    Wput supports connections through proxies, allowing you\r\nto use it in an environment that can access the internet\r\nonly via a proxy or to provide anonymity by hiding your\r\nip−address to the server. For SOCKSv5−proxies\r\nWput supports also listening mode, allowing you to use\r\nport-mode ftp through a proxy (useful if the remote ftp is\r\nbehind a firewall or a gateway).

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    Wput supports timestamping, so it will (in the ideal case\r\nand if timestamping is enabled) only upload files, that are\r\nnewer than the remote-file.

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    The upload-rate of Wput can be restricted, so that Wput\r\nwon’t eat all available bandwidth.

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  • http:// wput.sourceforge.net/
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  • http://wput.sourceforge.net/wput.1.html
  • \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (649, 'episode', '2011-01-27', 'Doing your own auto repairs', '\r\n

    \r\nQuvmoh and Phantom Hawk discuss doing your own auto repairs, getting help\r\non forums and the infamous $50 paint job\r\n

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    1. http://www.tirerack.com/index_w.jsp
    2. \r\n
    3. http://www.rickwrench.com/index79master.htm?http://www.rickwrench.com/50dollarpaint.html
    4. \r\n
    5. http://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=40341
    6. \r\n
', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (650, 'episode', '2011-01-28', 'Dumpster Diving', '

Dumpster Diving

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Cheapskate Computing

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Broam talks about how to obtain, clean, and rehabilitate computing equipment that others have thrown away, and shares a few stories.

', 'Broam', 143, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (651, 'episode', '2011-01-30', 'HPR Community News 0x03', '\r\n\r\n

New hosts

\r\nWelcome to \r\nDismal Science, \r\nN50 \r\nand \r\nBroam.\r\n\r\n

Show Review

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  • 632 Droops:: Notebook Method for ADHD
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  • 633 Skirlet:: The Language Frontier Episode 1
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  • 634 klaatu:: Urban Camping ep 5 - finding food
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  • 635 Dismal Science:: Cloudy Predictions
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  • 636 pokey:: Kid3-qt
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  • 637 brother mouse:: Every Day Carry
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  • 638 klaatu:: Urban Camping ep 6
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  • 639 droops:: Podcasts are not Radio
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  • 640 PipeManMusic:: About microphones
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  • 641 klaatu:: Urban Camping ep 7
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  • 642 brother mouse:: Hacking Your Suburban Backyard with Chickens
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  • 643 droops:: Whats on my MP3 Player
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  • 644 N50:: The Plop Boot Loader and UNetbootin- A Great Team
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  • 645 Curbuntu and Baylee Juran:: The Dinosaur''s Dilemma
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  • 646 Dismal Science:: Do you need a carrier plan with Android
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  • 647 brother mouse :: How I Got Into Linux
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  • 648 Ken Fallon:: Wput: a command-line ftp-client
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  • 649 Quvmoh and Phantom Hawk:: Doing your own auto repairs
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  • 650 Broam:: Dumpster Diving
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    Podcasts by Phone

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    \r\nEvery listener is strongly encouraged to send us one contribution per year.
    \r\nIn episode 636 pokey told us that his Mother also listens to the show from time to time
    \r\nTo make it easy for everyone and anyone to contribute we now have call in lines
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    \r\nPlease include your name and email address.
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    Automation and RSS feed

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    • RSS Feed: Delayed as it requires DB changes
    • \r\n\r\n
    • Website: Site update that will allow you to upload a show on the website.
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    Syndicates Shows

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nI''m running into some difficulties with how best to address syndicated shows and I''d appreciate your feedback.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe background is that I''m trying to specify scheduling rules (http://hackerpublicradio.org/calendar.php) trying to been fair to everyone but also with a view to automating the task. I''ve taken the view that shows produced for HPR will get priority in the schedule before syndicated shows. This brings up the question of what is a syndicated shows.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIf a show is posted to a RSS feed before been posted to HPR then it would be considered to be a syndicated show. However we have had resubmission of a series that was on a podcast that faded so probably no one heard them. Are theses shows now syndicated or do I schedule them as HPR shows ?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWe have also had submissions from a host that posts to the HPR FTP server and their own feed at the same time. Because of the delay in HPR scheduling they come out later than their own RSS feed. So are these also now syndicated ?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAfter hearing 635 Dismal Science:: Cloudy Predictions I was reminded that the speech Freedom In the Cloud: Software Freedom, Privacy, and Security for Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing by A Speech given by Eben Moglen at a meeting of the Internet Society''s New York branch on Feb 5, 2010 would be ideal for HPR. Then Fifty OneFifty emailed to say "I noticed there hadn''t been any recordings from LUG meetings in a while. I thought you might want to ask for submissions where meetings or talks (from various fests) are already recorded." With the scheduling rules as they are at the moment, the syndicated don''t ever get played.\r\n

    \r\n
      \r\n
    1. Time critical
    2. \r\n
    3. Scheduled Slots
    4. \r\n
    5. New Hosts
    6. \r\n
    7. HPR Content on a First in First Out basis.
    8. \r\n
    9. Syndicated shows on a First in First Out basis.
    10. \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nOn the other side I''ve had comments that the "Flood Gates" had been opened on the HPR feed.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSo thinking about it I was thinking of reserving Tuesday and Thursday for syndicated shows, LUG talks, Speeches and the like.\r\n\r\nFeedback to the mailing list http://hackerpublicradio.org/maillist\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Design Competition

    \r\n

    I would like to have some mini-business cards made. Go to http://kenfallon.com/?p=827 for more information.

    \r\n\r\n

    HPR Promotion

    \r\n
      \r\n
    1. Going Linux podcast re-purposed the "Tom Merritt" episode for their Christmas-break episode 124.
    2. \r\n
    3. Finux interviewed me on the first episode of his new podcasts Finux''s Tech Weekly
    4. \r\n
    5. Dan and the lads at TLLTs have been pimping HPR all month.
    6. \r\n
    7. Linux Outlaws gave us a big plug on episode 187
    8. \r\n
    9. Jonathan Nadeau over at Frost Cast for playing our promo
    10. \r\n
    11. Pokey has ordered the HPR stickers and thanks to Code Cruncher, Maia came to our rescue again. She uploaded all those shows to archive.org last month
    12. \r\n
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    Mirrors

    \r\n

    \r\nArchive.org http://www.archive.org/details/hackerpublicradio
    \r\nJason Scott''s textfiles.com http://audio.textfiles.com/shows/hpr/ \r\n

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    Other News

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      \r\n
    • Thanks Dave P. for point out that Caro.net link not working
    • \r\n
    • sp0rus has signed up for a "Nameless Infosec Podcast on the first Tuesday of the month.
    • \r\n
    • Stank tells us that there is already an icecast server set up and running so we can stream HPR shows
    • \r\n
    • Ilan Rabinovitch links to banners for scale 9 which is on between 2011/02/25 and 2011/02/27
    • \r\n
    • If you have promotion banners please send them along and we''ll add them to the site.\r\n\r\n
    • I still haven''t found a way to automate the upload to Archive.org - anyone want to investigate that ?
    • \r\n
    • We have a facebook group at hackerpublicradio.org/facebook
    • \r\n\r\n
    • We have a Linked-In group hackerpublicradio.org/linkedin
    • \r\n
    • We have a iTunes page at hackerpublicradio.org/itunes
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    \r\n\r\n

    A word from our spammers

    \r\n

    Only the last few are holding out now that we approve all comments but some still continue to visit.

    \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (652, 'episode', '2011-02-01', 'Nameless Infosec Podcast Ep 1', '', 'sp0rus and biosshadow', 144, 50, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (653, 'episode', '2011-02-02', 'Intro to Black Box Testing', '

    \r\nHeisenbug and Cloud4 give a basic introduction to Black Box Testing. This is a first lesson of how to find problems or vulnerabilities in software without access to the source code, and explanation as to why companies and individuals should black box test products. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nPlease email comments to littlecodemonkey@gmail.com.\r\n

    ', 'Heisenbug', 145, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (654, 'episode', '2011-02-03', 'Offline Filesharing', '

    \r\nSorry about the coughing and stuttering, I''m fighting off a cold and am not a particularly strong speaker.\r\nNY Dead Drops \r\nhttp://blogs.discovermagazine.com/discoblog/2010/11/02/usb-ports-on-new-york-city%E2%80%99s-streets-plug-in-if-you-dare/\r\nPirateBox\r\nhttp://wiki.daviddarts.com/PirateBox\r\nDroopy\r\nhttp://stackp.online.fr/?p=28\r\n

    ', 'JBu92', 146, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (655, 'episode', '2011-02-04', 'Read ''n Code - 2 Camus''s The Plague and Reddit.com', '

    In this podcast I review the comments I received for the first one as well as bring the good news of the website being complete.\r\n

    \r\nAlso, I go over a few quotes from The Plague by Albert Camus and compare it to the popular hacker news website, Reddit.com. More time is spent on the Read part than the Code part, but maybe that will even out in the future. It''s easier to cover book quotes than code snippets from Erlang on a podcast.

    ', 'Flaviu Simihaian', 132, 44, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (656, 'episode', '2011-02-07', 'My first steps in recovering pictures', '

    \r\nThis is my first podcast ever and I show you how easy it is to recover pictures from a dying disk. It''s not high-tech as I found out (using the commands anyway).\r\nLinks to the used tools and PartedMagic:\r\n

    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • Photorec (recover pictures and other files on havily dammaged filesystem)\r\n
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec\r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • Ddrescue {fancy imaging-tool to get data from dammaged media}\r\n
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n http://www.gnu.org/software/ddrescue/ddrescue.html\r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • PartedMagic\r\n
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n http://partedmagic.com/doku.php?id=start\r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nThe switches I used in ddrescue as given in their documentation:\r\n

    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • ddrescue -f -n /dev/hdb1 /dev/hdc1 logfile\r\n
    • ddrescue -d -f -r3 /dev/hdb1 /dev/hdc1 logfile\r\n

      \r\nPlease send feedback, advise, whatever to: sven@@noblanks.org\r\n
    ', 'Sven', 147, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (657, 'episode', '2011-02-08', 'HPR Video Proposal', '

    Myself and others would like to release video shows to acompany regular HPR shows. I am propsing this to the HPR audience and am looking for comments.

    \r\n', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (658, 'episode', '2011-02-09', 'Music Management Consoles', '

    \r\nDegrees of Freedom is a podcast about Free-Libre Open Source Software brought to you by Courtney Schauer and me. We''re still exploring goals and dreams for the show (in other words, the degrees of freedom are high) but we do know that the show will be bi-monthly (in the fortnight way, not the every two months way) and will start with reviews of different applications for GNU/Linux.\r\n

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Rhythmbox\r\n
    • Songbird\r\n
    • Gnome Music Project\r\n
    • Banshee\r\n
    • Amarok\r\n
    • Miro\r\n
    • Guayadeque\r\n
    • Muine\r\n
    ', 'Mark Katerberg and Courtney Schauer', 148, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (659, 'episode', '2011-02-10', '10 Buck Review - Serenity', '

    Step into the verse where the signal can’t be stopped.\r\n
    \r\nhttp://tenbuckreview.net/2009/episode-5-serenity/

    ', 'Lord Drachenblut', 24, 51, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (660, 'episode', '2011-02-11', 'An argument against emulators when retrocomputing', '

    \r\nI was moved by Ken Fallon''s cry for submissions, so here''s my first podcast: An argument against using emulators when retrocomputing. In short, there are some semi-intangible things you can''t get from an emulator that you can only get from the real hardware, so use real hardware when you can. Examples contained within.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMentioned or hinted at on the show:\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAndrew Jenner''s proposal to rewrite the CRTC emulation for MESS: http://www.reenigne.org/blog/crtc-emulation-for-mess/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIan Bogost''s work on adding more realistic display techniques to Stella, a 2600 emulator: http://www.bogost.com/games/a_television_simulator.shtml\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSend feedback, criticism, etc. to: trixter@ oldskool.org\r\n

    ', 'Trixter', 149, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (661, 'episode', '2011-02-14', 'War walking with smart phone', '

    \r\nWar walking with smart phone\r\nquvmoh@gmail.com\r\n

    \r\n\r\n', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (662, 'episode', '2011-02-15', 'DD-WRT', '

    Apologies for the bad quality. I really was installing DD-WRT whilst recording, for the first time! I tried to tidy it up but it’s still fairly rough!

    \r\n
      \r\n
    1. Go the the DD-WRT website.
    2. \r\n
    3. Go to Router Database.
    4. \r\n
    5. Search for your Router (or one you might want to buy), in my case the Linksys WRT54GL from NewEgg (note: NOT a sponsored link and other shops are available).
    6. \r\n
    7. Read this stuff: http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=51486
    8. \r\n
    9. Notes: Initial flashing ‘Mini Generic’ via web interface. Give it at least 2 mins after reboot!
    10. \r\n
    11. Installation guide: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Installation
    12. \r\n
    13. Lifehacker article: http://lifehacker.com/178132/hack-attack-turn-your-60-router-into-a-600-router
    14. \r\n
    15. Short version: \r\n
        \r\ n
      1. Plug in the router
      2. \r\n
      3. Install the mini-generic DD-WRT firmware
      4. \r\n
      5. Reboot the router if it doesn’t restart itself
      6. \r\n
      7. Install the full DD-WRT firmware. It should restart
      8. \r\n
      9. Enjoy the shininess of the new firmware!
      10. \r\n
      11. Reset the password and username!
      12. \r\n
      \r\n
    16. \r\n
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    Thoughts.

    \r\n
  • The router restarts itself when you flash the firmware, which is nice.
  • \r\n
  • If you change the IP of the router you may have to disconnect and reconnect the network through linux to force it to update the new IP address. Don’t forget like I did!
    \r\n
  • \r\n
  • To set up a Wii via Wi-Fi you need to set the router up as ‘Ad-Hoc’ else it doesn’t seem to show in the Wii menu.
  • \r\n
  • I had problems with my previous router being 192.168.1.1 and the DSL being 192.168.0.1 making me hard reset and set the details back up. Might be unrelated to this, however changing the IP to 192.168.10.1 for the router and keeping 192.168.0.1 for the DSL resolved this problem.
  • \r\n
  • It was pretty damn simple! At least a lot simple and faster then installing windows!
  • \r\n
  • Total time isn’t too long, but I’d recommend having a second router on hand (if you can) to keep internet access in case things go hairy!
    \r\n
  • ', 'Xoke', 79, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (663, 'episode', '2011-02-16', 'What is on your mp3 player', '

    errata and clarifications

    \r\n

    \r\nI use hpodder to catch podcasts. Great podcast client for hackers IMO; Easy to script and make it do what you want. I run it from a cronjob nightly.\r\n

    \r\n

    links

    \r\n\r\n', 'brother mouse', 140, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (664, 'episode', '2011-02-17', 'A Little Bit of Python: Episode 13', '

    \r\nA Little Bit of Python is an occasional podcast on all things Python. The four protagonists on the show are all core Python developers and members of the Python Software Foundation. They are: Michael Foord (author of IronPython in Action and maintainer of unittest), Andrew Kuchling (creator of PyCrypto and one of the python.org webmasters), Steve Holden (PSF chairman), Dr. Brett Cannon (author of importlib amongst other things) and Jesse Noller (maintainer of multiprocessing).\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSeveral topics are covered in this 40-minute episode:\r\n

    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • Python 2.7 beta 1 released.\r\n
    • PEP 3147: New bytecode directory layout.\r\n
    • Google''s Summer of Code beginning.\r\n
    • SEC proposes mandating Python''s use in financial filings.\r\n
    • PyCon interview: Dr Tim Couper\r\n
    • How to Fund Python Development\r\n
    • Python for Beginners: Getting started on Windows.\r\n

      \r\n
    \r\n', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (665, 'episode', '2011-02-18', 'Hacking the Craps Table', '

    How to play craps the proper way, using the odds to your advantage even if it''s against conventional wisdom.

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a4/Craps_table_layout.svg\r\n\r\n

    ', 'KFive', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (666, 'episode', '2011-02-21', 'Salvaging old Coleman lanterns and stoves', '

    \r\nThis show discusses getting neglected lanterns/stoves back into\r\nrunning condition. It is not about restoring them to pretty,\r\nlike-new, "shelf queen" condition.\r\n

    \r\n

    errata and clarifications, roughly timecoded

    \r\n

    \r\n@18mins - The little cup is to hold alcohol, which is burned to "prime"\r\nthe system. The burning alcohol preheats the generator so the higher-\r\nflashpoint kero can ignite without drama.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\ns/sided lantern/sided globe/g\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n@19mins - s/possible/practical/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n@20mins - varnish might be removed by sitting in fresh fuel, or more\r\nlikely by sitting in 90% isopropyl or methanol. I filter the alcohol\r\nafter use and use it to prime kero gear, as above.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n@27mins - the generator can get internally gummed up, particularly when\r\nrunning unleaded in a unit not designed for that.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n@29mins - black _body_ luminosity\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n@30mins - might want to plug the air tube on a stored suitcase stove\r\nto block the progress of the aforementioned spiders.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\ns/impermeable/impervious/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n@33mins this isn''t that unusual; stove/lantern fettlers skew older, \r\ndemographically speaking\r\n

    \r\n

    links

    \r\n

    \r\nAmerican Coleman forum:\r\nhttp://oldtownyucca.websitetoolbox.com/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nEuropean forum:\r\nhttp://www.spiritburner.com/fusion/index.php\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nFear the "turd": \r\nhttp://goo.gl/Q9seh\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTroubleshooting, [dis-]assembly, etc:\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nPetromax lantern cutaway: \r\nhttp://goo.gl/yMEZG\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMy page about picking a stove, including fuel selection:\r\nhttp://www.mousetrap. net/mouse/prep/whatstove.html\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nLast completed: 1944 242c single mantle round globe\r\nhttp://goo.gl/zaXkT\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nCurrent project: 1990 222b single mantle hiking lantern\r\nhttp://goo.gl/qddDn\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSportster stove stored in a coffee can:\r\nhttp://goo.gl/u2aIo\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nParts for older gear:\r\nhttp://www.oldcolemanparts.com/home.php\r\n

    ', 'brother mouse', 140, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (667, 'episode', '2011-02-22', 'Your Local Library', '

    This is a short podcast about the resources available at local libraries.\r\nComments or criticisms can be emailed to johninsc@myway.com.

    ', 'Johninsc', 135, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (668, 'episode', '2011-02-23', 'Read ''n Code - 3 Kurt Vonnegut''s Slaughterhouse-five and Erlang', '

    \r\nIn this podcast I discuss Kurt Vonnegut''s novel Slaughterhouse-five. I then talk a little about Erlang, the computer language. As always, I end with an attempt to reconcile and compare these apparently dissimilar concepts.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    Raw show notes:

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWe''re in iTunes! Using Ken Fallon''s RSS podcast from HPR, I managed to create the RSS feed required for a podcast to be in iTunes.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    Kurt Vonnegut

    \r\nborn after WWI, died in 2007. Served in WW2\r\nwrote Slaughterhouse-five the year Neil Armstrong landed on the moon.\r\npostmodernism (started after WW2), and I guess continues today, since Thomas Pynchon is still alive.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIn short, postmodernist literature takes everything with a large grain of salt, and the stories are often a commentary on the story itself. (like a recursive function) (e.g.: "That was I. That was me. That was the author of this book.")\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    Slaughterhouse-five

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      \r\n
    • About an emaciated, fatalistic, and ill-trained soldier named Billy Pilgrim in WW2, who is once compared to a broken kite.\r\n
    • The narrative is nonlinear, but it follows some of Billy''s experiences in Germany, and then getting caught and shipped to Dresden for community work, where they stay in an old meat-packing house called "Schlachtof-funf"\r\n
    • When Dresden is bombed, most are killed, but the American soldiers survived and experienced the total destruction of the city\r\n
    • Billy then returns to the US, where he becomes and optometrist, and marries an undesirable obese woman, whose father has a lot of money, and they have children.\r\n
    • He suffers head injuries in a plane crash (of which he is the only survivor) and starts thinking he has made a connection with the alien people of Tralfamadore, with whom he has traveled in time and has seen all that will happen in the future.\r\n
    • He starts giving radio talks and speeches about the nature of time and flying saucers, and he dies shot at one of these events in Chicago.\r\n
    \r\n

    Quotes:

    \r\n

    \r\nAll this happened, more or less. The war parts, anyway, are pretty much true. One guy I knew really was shot in Dresden for taking a teapot that wasn''t his.\r\n

    \r\nAs an Earthling, I had to believe whatever clocks said -- and calendars.\r\n

    \r\nAll this responsibility at such an early age made her a bitchy flibbertigibbet.\r\n

    \r\nThe gun made a ripping sound like the opening of the zipper on the fly of God Almighty\r\n

    \r\n"There''s more to life than what you read in books," said Weary.\r\n

    \r\nLike so many Americans, she was trying to construct a life that made sense from things she found in gift shops.\r\n

    \r\nOne scout hung his head, let spit fall from his lips. The other did the same. They studied the intinitesimal effects of spit on snow and history.\r\n

    \r\nNow they were dying in the snow, feeling nothing, turning the snow to the color of raspberry sorbet.\r\n

    \r\nRosewater told a psychiatrist: "I think you guys are going to have to come up with a lot of wonderful new lies, or people just aren''t going to want to go on living."\r\n

    \r\nSo they were trying to re-invent themselves and their universe. Science fiction was a big help.\r\n

    \r\n"That''s the attractive thing about war," said Rosewater. "Absolutely everybody gets a little something."\r\n

    \r\n"I''m afraid I don''t read as much as I ought to." said Maggie.
    \r\n"We''re all afraid of something," Trout replied. "I''m afraid of cancer and rats and Doverman pinschers"\r\n

    \r\nAnd then Russians came on motorcycles, and they arrested everybody but the horses.\r\n

    \r\nSo it goes. (appears 106 times in the novel)\r\n

    \r\nThere used to be a dog named Spot, but he died. So it goes.
    \r\nThe champagne was dead. So it goes.
    \r\nThe water was dead. So it goes. Air was trying to get out of that dead water. Bubbles were clinging to the walls of the glass, too weak to climb out.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Erlang:

    \r\n

    based on a one day training session with Kevin Smith @kevsmith\r\ndesigned by Ericsson in 1986 to support big fault-tolerant applications, released open source in 1998. Stands for Ericsson Language.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    multicore

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • main feature: great support for concurrency (doing multiple things at the same time)\r\n
        \r\n
      • Though I''m not an expert, languages such as Java and Python struggle to efficiently use machines that have tens or hundreds of cores.\r\n
      • Erlang has these lightweight processes with minimal overhead, allowing the rapid creation of hundreds of thousands of these processes. These processes have no shared state. They know nothing about each other. They communicate through asynchronous message passing. each process has a mailbox, which it checks to see if it has the message it wants, and then deletes it after it''s consumed. Very much how we would ideally check our own email inboxes.\r\n
      \r\n
    • to start one of these you just call spawn(Fun), which returns a pid (process ID)\r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    functional

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Immutable variables\r\n
        \r\n
      • assignment only\r\n
      \r\n
    • functions are first class citizens, that can be used like any other data, like an integer.\r\n
    • this basically replaces the need for objects in OO languages\r\n

      \r\n
    \r\n

    proven

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • CouchDB, Membase, Riak, RabbitMQ\r\n
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Similarities:

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAll this happened, more or less.\r\nspawn(Module, Function, Args) -> pid\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nPack a lot of meaning in a few lines: He said that everything there was to know about life was in The Brothers Karamazov, by Feodor Dostoevsky. "But that isn''t enough anymore."\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n1> A = [1,2,3,4,5].\r\n\r\n[1,2,3,4,5]\r\n\r\n2> [X || X <- A, X rem 2 == 0].\r\n\r\n[2, 4]\r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nimmutable variables - Billy Pilgrim - we find out more about him (and in the process ourselves). This consistency allows us to depend on the narrator more, as we depend on an erlang program more that state will not change in the middle.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nfunctional - jumping in history, future, and dreams, which can all live on their own and can be used independent of one another.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n"He is in a constant stage fright, he says, because he never knows what part of his life he''s going to have to act in next."\r\nthat''s like Inboxes and message passing in Erlang.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSo it goes. The ending of an Erlang line could be , ; or .\r\n

    \r\n ', 'Flaviu Simihaian', 132, 44, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (669, 'episode', '2011-02-24', 'QSK Netcast 6: The Origin of Open Source', '

    Originally aired on OCTOBER 15TH, 2010
    \r\nThis episode of the QSK Netcast is the audio recording of my talk at Ohio Linux Fest 2010 entitled “The Origin of Open Source.” The talk turned into a strange but, I think, interesting melange of Open Source philosophy, history, sociology and religion. The biggest problem was the poor audio recording equipment used in a very large room so the audio many be difficult to understand in a few places. I did what I could to clean it up using Audacity, but it’s simply not great. Hope everyone enjoys it, though. I’m going to attempt to put up written transcripts of all my episodes starting very soon.

    ', 'KFive', 127, 43, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (670, 'episode', '2011-02-24', 'Linux - A Jazz Musician''s Viewpoint', '

    \r\nThis 10 minute Podcast outlines my experience as a jazz musician using Linux.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nHistory . . .
    \r\nMy start in 1982 with a BBC Micro Computer.\r\nOn using a 1977 business machine by Real Time Computer Systems, Crewe, UK.\r\nGary Kildall''s CP/M operating system with four, linked, 7 floppy disk drives.\r\nMoving to the PC about 1988 and becoming a Microsoft operating system user.\r\nUsing the PC for educational material and for musical arrangements.\r\nThe main pieces of software used for the music Sibelius and Band-In-A-Box.\r\nSome web designing using Macromedia Dreamweaver.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTowards Linux . . .
    \r\nAwareness of Linux about 2000 first ''proper'' distro SuSE; (six CDs to install!)\r\nPoor press for Linux in the past and not much better now.\r\nModern distros offer close to the full solution for the average user.\r\nRetailers still telling customers that Linux is difficult and should be avoided.\r\nMy trials of most of the available distros and awareness of Wine as a solution to using Windows-based software.\r\nSome limited success with early copies of Sibelius, Band-In-A-Box and Dreamweaver.\r\nDiscovery of Ubuntu 6.06 and the installation on my Desktops and Laptops.\r\nMaintainance of a Laptop as a dual-boot machine with Windows XP.\r\nLinux used for all my work; only very rarely using the Windows partition.\r\nBrief trial of Virtualbox initially, with not too much success.\r\nCurrently, Ubuntu 10.10 on all machines and the ''ditching'' the dual-boot.\r\nLook at Virtualbox again, thanks to the recent Hacker Public Radio Podcast by arfab (hpr-0618) on installing XP in Virtualbox. (Thanks arfab.)\r\nVirtualbox on all my machines now running my ''essential'' Windows software.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nPracticing . . .
    \r\nNeed for regular practise using a variety of techniques (improvisation, scales, etc,).\r\nGood use of Band-In-A-Box as a practice aid.\r\nMost backing tracks in the form of a simple piano, bass and drums rhythm section.\r\nGood aid to meet the needs of students at various stages of ability.\r\nBacking tracks tailored to support each musical instrument in a musical ensemble.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWhere Are We Now . . .
    \r\nAwareness of current developments in support of the musical requirement.\r\nStill can''t say to my colleagues - Yes, Linux is now the complete solution.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWebsite and blog at ''www.tonydenton.com'' on Twitter as ''tonydenton'' Identica name is ''Bariman'' and occasionally on IRC, also as ''Bariman.''\r\n

    \r\n', 'Bariman', 150, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (671, 'episode', '2011-02-28', 'How I Found Linux', 'Another in the series on the journey to linux.\r\n\r\n

    Announcement

    \r\n
    Visit our booth at Linuxfests Northeast and\r\nNorthwest
    \r\n\r\n

    Book Review

    \r\n

    \r\nThe book is Badge Of Infamy by Lester Del Rey and read by Steven Wilson. It is available from podiobooks.com. The direct url is\r\nhttp://www.podiobooks.com/title/badge-of-infamy.\r\n
    \r\nFrom podiobooks.com: "Daniel Feldman was a doctor once. He made the mistake of saving a friend''s life in violation of Medical Lobby rules. Now, he''s a pariah, shunned by all, forbidden to touch another patient. But things are more loose on Mars. There, Doc Feldman is welcomed by the colonists, even as he''s hunted by the authorities. But, when he discovers a Martian plague may soon wipe out humanity on two planets, the authorities begin hunting him for a different reason altogether."\r\n

    ', ' dodddummy', 151, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (672, 'episode', '2011-03-01', 'How I Upgraded My PC - CPU', '

    \r\nIn this episode, Claudio talks about his current desktop PC and covers the what, why, and how of his new CPU purchase.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n', 'Claudio Miranda', 152, 57, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (673, 'episode', '2011-03-02', 'droops returns to geocaching', '

    \r\ndroops talks about his return to geocaching and how he is trying to solve the worlds problems.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

    Geocaching with droops and\r\nJohndoc from droops on Vimeo.

    ', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (674, 'episode', '2011-03-03', 'The Language Frontier Episode 2', '

    Skirlet continues The Language Frontier; in this episode, she talks about language''s effect on art, and upon governments.

    \r\n

    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (675, 'episode', '2011-03-04', 'Python Response to Bad Apples Podcast 5x18', '

    \r\nIn episode 5X18 of the Bad Apples podcast, Klaatu challenged me to create my own podcast \r\nexplaining my Python version of his bash script. His bash script created a list of\r\nfiles that matched a file name pattern, then read the first line from each of those files\r\nand wrote that to an output file. My Python program does exactly the same thing, but in Python.
    \r\nHere is the body of that program with the comments stripped out:

    \r\n
    \r\n#!/usr/bin/python\r\nimport glob\r\noutfile = open("toc.output", "w")\r\nfor filename in glob.glob("*.txt"):\r\n    outfile.write(open(filename).readline())\r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nThe above text can be used to follow along with the audio of the podcast. Here is the English explanation \r\nversion of the above program:
    \r\n

      \r\n
    • Tell the system the rest of the text in the file should interpreted by Python
    • \r\ n
    • Import the glob module, which is one of the library modules that comes with Python
    • \r\n
    • Create a new file object called "toc.output" that we can write to
    • \r\n
    • Iterate over the list of files that match the pattern "*.txt" created by the glob function, and assign each matching file in turn to the filename variable
    • \r\n
    • Open each filename, read the first line from the file and write it to our previously opened output file.
    • \r\n
    \r\n\r\nIt''s not shown above, but each matching filename that we open is closed at the end of the looping construct. \r\nIn addtion, the output file is also closed at the end of the programs execution.\r\n
    \r\nHopefully you enjoyed the podcast!\r\n

    ', 'Doug Farrell', 153, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (676, 'episode', '2011-03-07', 'Behind the Scenes at Hacker Public Radio. A community update for the month 2011-02.', '

    New hosts

    \r\n

    \r\nWelcome to \r\nsp0rus and biosshadow, \r\nHeisenbug, \r\nJBu92, \r\nSven, \r\nMark Katerberg and Courtney Schauer, \r\nTrixter, \r\nBariman, \r\ndodddummy, \r\nClaudio Miranda, and\r\nDoug Farrell.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Show Review

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • 652:: sp0rus and biosshadow:: Nameless Infosec Podcast Ep 1\r\n
    • 653:: Heisenbug:: Intro to Black Box Testing\r\n
    • 654:: JBu92:: Offline Filesharing\r\n
    • 655:: Flaviu Simihaian:: Read ''n Code - 2 Camus''s The Plague and Reddit.com\r\n
    • 656:: Sven:: My first steps in recovering pictures\r\n
    • 657:: droops:: HPR Video Proposal\r\n
    • 658:: Mark Katerberg and Courtney Schauer:: Music Management Consoles\r\n
    • 659:: Lord Drachenblut:: 10 Buck Review - Serenity\r\n
    • 660:: Trixter:: An argument against emulators when retrocomputing\r\n
    • 661:: Quvmoh:: War walking with smart phone\r\n
    • 662:: Xoke:: DD-WRT\r\n
    • 663:: brother mouse:: What is on your mp3 player\r\n
    • 664:: Michael Foord:: A Little Bit of Python: Episode 13\r\n
    • 665:: KFive:: Hacking the Craps Table\r\n
    • 666:: brother mouse:: Salvaging old Coleman lanterns and stoves\r\n
    • 667:: Johninsc:: Your Local Library\r\n
    • 668:: Flaviu Simihaian:: Read ''n Code - 3 Kurt Vonnegut''s Slaughterhouse-five and Erlang\r\n
    • 669:: KFive:: QSK Netcast 6: The Origin of Open Source\r\n
    • 670:: Bariman:: Linux - A Jazz Musician''s Viewpoint\r\n
    • 671:: dodddummy:: How I Found Linux\r\n
    • 672:: Claudio Miranda:: How I Upgraded My PC - CPU\r\n
    • 673:: droops:: droops returns to geocaching\r\n
    • 674:: Skirlet:: The Language Frontier Episode 2\r\n
    • 675:: Doug Farrell:: Python Response to Bad Apples Podcast 5x18\r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    Host 107 brings us BLUE HEAVEN

    \r\n

    \r\nA dramatized science-fiction short story written and read by lostnbronx
    \r\nGet it now at http://www.info-underground.net:70/lostnbronx/fiction/blue-heaven\r\n

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Apologies To:

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • sp0rus and biosshadow for not crediting them correctly. \r\n
    • Doug Farrell for missing the show he emailed me\r\n
    • Jason Dodd for missing his show on the ftp server\r\n
    • Pokey and Code Cruncher for messing up their been two fests\r\n
    • Claudio Miranda for the unnecessary spam about his episode\r\n
    • klaatu for anything I may have said or done to cause him to abandon HPR.\r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    Thanks to

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • brother mouse for his mp3 tagging utility http://pastebin.com/t7dH8bK3\r\n
    • Tony Baechler for his research into Google voice\r\n
    • Code Cruncher for the entries to the business cards\r\n
    • mordancy for volunteering to look into Archive.org automating\r\n
    • droops for all the man love\r\n
    • droops and slick0 for the flac version of the theme song\r\n
    • David Stafford for constructive comments on how to improve the site\r\n
    • pokeys mom for the HPR promo\r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    Podcasts by Phone

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    \r\nEvery listener is strongly encouraged to send us one contribution per year.
    \r\nIn episode 636 pokey told us that his Mother also listens to the show from time to time and this month she upheld her end of the bargain.
    \r\n\r\nThe call in lines
    \r\n

  • US: +1-206-312-5749
  • \r\n
  • UK: +44-203-432-5879
  • \r\n
    \r\nPlease include your name and email address.
    \r\nDON''T FORGET TO ADD THE # SIGN AT THE END
    \r\nThanks to Russ Woodman - K5TUX and Arron ''Finux'' Finnon for making this possible.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Scheduling Rules update

    \r\n

    Shows will be released based on the following rules that gives content produced for HPR priority, while avoiding having any one host/series repeated in a week. Hosts are encouraged to release their shows on other feeds after uploading them to HPR.

    \r\n

    \r\n

      \r\n
    1. Time critical
      \r\n Where the host has requested a show to be posted at a particular time or that the show contains newsworthy information.
    2. \r\n
    3. Scheduled Slots
      \r\n Where a host has been assigned a regular day to release a show.
    4. \r\n
    5. New Hosts
      \r\n In order to encourage new hosts we will prioritize shows submitted from new hosts so they can experience the excitment of podcasting.
    6. \r\n
    7. HPR Content on a First in First Out basis.
    8. \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Syndicated shows will be released on their own scheduled slot following the same rules as above.

    \r\n\r\n

    HPR Stickers

    \r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nHot off the press !
    \r\nThe HPR stickers have been distributed to our Global distribution network in North America, Europe and Australia.
    \r\nFor anyone else on this who wants them, now is the time to ask; before they all get handed out at the first couple of Linux fests. They''re free as in beer btw.
    \r\nWe''re also sending stickers out to the other podcasters who promoted HPR in the past.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Audio Book Club

    \r\n

    \r\nSeveral of the HPR contributors in the IRC channel have formed the beginning of an audio-book club. We''ll be doing reviews which include spoilers, so I was wondering if you could announce our first audio-book title in case anyone wanted to listen to it before we spoiled it on them. We''re hoping this will become a(n ir)regular show for HPR, but we''ll see how the first one goes. All audio-books that we review will be free (as in beer) and easily available, so the barrier to entry for the listeners and participants will just be the time involved in listening to the audio. The first audio book is a short one. It runs about 3.5 hours total, and I can tell you it is a very good book which will appeal to both science fiction fans and political critics alike. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe book is Badge Of Infamy by Lester Del Rey and read by Steven Wilson. It is available from podiobooks.com. The direct url is\r\nhttp://www.podiobooks.com/title/badge-of-infamy.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom podiobooks.com: "Daniel Feldman was a doctor once. He made the mistake of saving a friend''s life in violation of Medical Lobby rules. Now, he''s a pariah, shunned by all, forbidden to touch another patient. But things are more loose on Mars. There, Doc Feldman is welcomed by the colonists, even as he''s hunted by the authorities. But, when he discovers a Martian plague may soon wipe out humanity on two planets, the authorities begin hunting him for a different reason altogether."\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWe''ll be announcing the next book at the end of our first show.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Site improvements

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      \r\n
    • Each hosts have their own folder ie: hackerpublicradio.org/droops/\r\n
    • Vimeo Group http://vimeo.com/channels/hpr\r\n
    • Site redesign more up-to-date looking.\r\n
    • All comments and posts need a rel=nofollow tag on links.\r\n
    • All the RSS feed needs to be put in the address bar\r\n
    • Each episode title link should link to the individual show page\r\n
    • A separate link/graphic should play the audio, maybe have a built in player and a download link.\r\n
    • Each episode should have a unique url with the shows title in it, ie hackerpublicradio.org/geocaching_with_droops/ \r\n
    • We need more of a call to action about recording a show, its kinda hidden.\r\n
    • The total comment viewer needs to link to the episode page, so that people can see all of the comments about the episode.\r\n
    • A way to upload our episodes and automate everything.\r\n
    • We also need the ability for the hosts to add episodes of hpr and other shows to a "Select" RSS feed. This way, when we find something super cool that someone else recorded, we can share it with the community.\r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    News from the Admin Channel

    \r\n

    HPR is been blocked by some companies because they can filter the find the word hacker - money well spent. During the spam fest, HPR got listed on sites as a source of malware. I''ve been contacting the sites but each blames the next one for the listing and the trail runs cold.\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\nhttp://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2239162\r\n  http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/hackerpublicradio.org/comment#comment\r\n  http://www.malwaredomains.com/wordpress/?p=1340\r\n    http://malwaresurvival.net/2011/01/21/courtney-cox-search-leads-to-fake-av-malware/\r\n    http://www.dshield.org/tools/suspicious_domains.html\r\n
    \r\n

    I registered Hobby Public Radio but cPanel doesn''t seem to have a way to have HackerPublicRadio and HobbyPublicRadio served from the same directory.

    \r\n

    \r\nQuestion: Off the shelf or Self Build ?\r\n

      \r\n
    • Can we make a HPR site using standard Wordpress plugins ?\r\n
        \r\n
      • User account management\r\n
      • Podcast plugins\r\n
      • Released according to a schedule \r\n
      \r\n
    • email from the server is broken through cPanel and this is delaying up automation \r\n
    • Any PHP programmers want to help\r\n
    • Proposal to make droops, finux, klaatu admins\r\n
    • Still no update on the Ice Cast server\r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    Events

    \r\n

    \r\nIndiana LinuxFest is a community F/OSS conference, which is showcasing the best the community has to offer in the way of Free and Open Source Software, Open Hardware, and Free Culture. We are also highlighting the best and brightest from all of these communities from the hobbyist to professional level.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIndiana LinuxFest 2011, March 25th to the 27th at the Wyndam Indianapolis West, is free to attend and Open for any to attend be it the hobbyist to the professional. So join us as we March to Freedom.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nEvery 50th person who signs up for the following passes, Supporter Passes and LPIC-1 Exam Cram Session, will receive their choice of a Nook Color or Archos 70 while supplies last.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://www.indianalinux.org/cms/PrizesForParticipation\r\n
    \r\nBeep from http://www.freesound.org/: btn402.mp3 :: (0:00) :: Short button beep. Recorded in cAve studio... added by junggle \r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nNortheast GNU/Linux Fest Details Saturday, April 2, 2011 Worcester MA\r\n
    \r\nNortheast GNU/Linux Fest Details Saturday, April 2, 2011
    \r\nMore information.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nLinuxfest Northwest 2011 - April 30th-May 1st Bellingham, WA
    \r\nLinuxfest Northwest 2011 - April 30th-May 1st \r\n
    \r\nMore information.\r\n
    \r\nHPR is going Northeast and then Northwest with tables at both Linuxfests. We would like people to help out at the table, finding equipment etc. \r\n
    \r\n \r\nHow it all started: here is the link to pokey''s first mail about the table at NELF:\r\n http://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2010-December/000161.html \r\n \r\n
    \r\nWe are also running a Competition to design Mini Business Cards for HPR which we would like to have for the fest.
    \r\nThey submitted entries have all won a book and they are all up on the picasaweb site https://picasaweb.google.com/108536234968997542346/DesignCompetition#\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Upcoming Shows

    \r\n
    \r\nHPR Admins with "Community News" SCHEDULED SLOT\r\nbiosshadow and sp0rus Nameless Infosec Podcast. SCHEDULED SLOT\r\nlostnbronx THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION 2\r\nSyndicated Thursday ---> 10 Buck Review\r\nBroam auctions yard sales and flea markets\r\n---\r\npokey NELF Taxes\r\nriddlebox Ep1 Product Review SunVolt\r\n
    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (677, 'episode', '2011-03-08', 'THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION: PART 2', '

    ----------

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    A convenient link to Part 1

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    Shameless Self-Promotion

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    Blue Heaven

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    MUSIC BY

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    morgantj

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    http://ccmixter.org/people/morgantj/profile

    \r\n

    \r\n

    morgantj_-_caf_connection.mp3

    \r\n

    http://ccmixter.org/files/morgantj/18947

    \r\n

    \r\n

    Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)

    \r\n

    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    ', 'lostnbronx', 107, 52, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (678, 'episode', '2011-03-09', 'Terminally Stupid Episode 1', 'Terminally Stupid Episode 1\r\n\r\nFull show notes at http://captaindramaticsmom.blogspot.com/2011/03/episode-1-terminally-stupid.html', 'MrsXoke', 154, 55, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (679, 'episode', '2011-03-10', 'A Little Bit of Python: Episode 14 2010-06-06', '

    \r\n<a href="http://bitofpython.com/">A Little Bit of Python</a> is an occasional podcast on all things <a href="http://python.org">Python</a>. The four protagonists on the show are all core Python developers and members of the Python Software Foundation. They are: <a href="http://www.voidspace.org.uk">Michael Foord</a> (author of IronPython in Action and maintainer of unittest), <a href="http://www.amk.ca/">Andrew Kuchling</a> (creator of PyCrypto and one of the python.org webmasters), <a href="http://holdenweb.com/">Steve Holden</a> (PSF chairman), <a href="http://sayspy.blogspot.com/">Dr. Brett Cannon</a> (author of importlib amongst other things) and <a href="http://jessenoller.com/">Jesse Noller</a> (maintainer of multiprocessing).\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nEpisode 14.Bit-of-Python-2010-06-06\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nInterview with Christian Tismer\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nChristian Tismer is a long standing member of the Python community and, amongst other things, he is the original\r\ncreator of Stackless and has worked on both psyco and PyPy. In this interview we discuss all of these projects, \r\nboth their history and what the future holds for them.\r\n

    ', 'Michael Foord ', 121, 38, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (680, 'episode', '2011-03-11', 'Auctions yard sales and flea markets', 'Broam talks of Auctions yard sales and flea markets', 'Broam', 143, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (681, 'episode', '2011-03-14', 'My first computer', 'MrGadgets calls in a series of shows on the HPR line', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (682, 'episode', '2011-03-15', 'NELF & Taxes', '

    \r\nI''m still looking for help at the HPR table at the North East Gnu/Linux Fest, and I''ve also found a good way to file my taxes without using windoze.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOh yeah, and I have a cool, fun song this time.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe main website for Song Fight is http://songfight.org/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSong Fight''s official stance on Copyright may be found at http://songfight.org/faq.html#copyright \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe direct link to today''s song is http://www.songfight.org/music/back_from_juvie/joneric-bfj.mp3\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nJon''s Website is http://www.jon-eric.com\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe main website for NELF is http://www.northeastlinuxfest.org/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nHacker Public radio''s most prolific contributor (by more than twice our second place host) is Klaatu. While we all try to catch up to him, have a look at his website. http://thebadapples.info/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThank you so much for listening.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, I have probably included a few.\r\n

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (683, 'episode', '2011-03-16', 'Xorg GSoC call for students', '

    \r\nThe Xorg project, http://www.x.org, wants students to participate in Google Summer of Code.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nDetails for Xorg''s projects can be found at: http://www.x.org/wiki/SummerOfCodeIdeas\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMore information on GSoC in general: http://www.google-melange.com/\r\n

    \r\n ', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (684, 'episode', '2011-03-17', 'Eben Moglen Freedom In the Cloud', '

    \r\nBeannachta L le Pdraig/Happy Saint Patrick''s Day.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBeannachtai na File Pdraig ar chlann mhr dhomhanda na nGael, sa bhaile agus ar fud na cruinne, ar r l nisinta ceilirtha fin.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nFreedom In the Cloud: Software Freedom, Privacy, and Security for Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing\r\nA Speech given by Eben Moglen at a meeting of the Internet Society''s New York branch on Feb 5, 2010\r\n

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    \r\nIf you would like to suggest creative commons works for Syndicated Thursday please email admin @ hpr\r\n

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    \r\nNOTE TO ITUNES LISTNERS\r\nPlease reload Mondays show "HPR ep0681 :: My first computer Hosted by MrGadgets on 2011-03-14"\r\n

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    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (685, 'episode', '2011-03-18', 'Product Review SunVolt', '

    \r\nToday, I am going to do a product review today, this product is one that I think almost anyone will find a good use for! The product is from Scosche, and is the Solar-Powered Universal Charger/ Backup Battery or SunVolt. A description of the product from the manual that comes with it says: The Scosche sunVolt provides a convenient and environmentally friendly way to charge your USB portable device. The specifications for the product are: Output 5V 500mA, the battery is a Lithium-ion, Battery capacity: 1500mA, solBAT solar charge:4-5 days and it varies............\r\n

    \r\n\r\n', 'riddlebox', 94, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (686, 'episode', '2011-03-21', 'Terminally Stupid Episode 2', 'MrsXoke presents Terminally Stupid Episode 2\r\n\r\nFull show notes at http://captaindramaticsmom.blogspot.com/2011/03/episode-2-terminally-stupid.html', 'MrsXoke', 154, 55, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (687, 'episode', '2011-03-22', 'pre-IBM PC computer history 1', 'We continue our historical journey with MrGadgets as we explore how computers used to be.\r\n\r\nIf you had problems with the first show please download it again http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps/hpr0681.mp3', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (688, 'episode', '2011-03-23', 'Badge Of Infamy', '

    \r\nIn the first HPR audio book club show Dann Washko, Integgroll, and pokey discuss the podiobooks.com presentation of Badge Of Infamy written by Lester Del Rey, and read by Steven Wilson. This episode contains spoilers, in the second half, so please listen to the audiobook for yourself before listening to the podcast all the way through. All three hosts enjoyed and recommend the book.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYou can download this audiobook for free (or voluntary donation) from http://www.podiobooks.com/title/badge-of-infamy\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nDuring this show the hosts also discuss alcohol beverages. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOur next audiobook will be Shadowmagic by Lohn Lenahan. It is alsoavailable at podiobooks. The direct link is:
    \r\nhttp://www.podiobooks.com/title/shadowmagic\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIf you enjoy this episode of HPR, you can find more podcasts by our hosts at:\r\n

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    \r\nWe all had a great time recording this show, and we hope you enjoyed it as well. Thank you very much for listening.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSincerely,
    \r\nThe HPR_AudioBookClub\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, we have included a few.\r\n

    \r\n', 'HPR_AudioBookClub' , 157, 53, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (689, 'episode', '2011-03-24', 'Eurotrash Security Podcast Episode 19: Haroon Meer', 'Originally Aired on Thu, 24 Feb 2011 21:55:00 GMT\r\n
    \r\nThe Eurotrash Security Podcast\r\n
    \r\nMost podcasts in the Information Security realm are US-focused. While we love and continue to listen to these, we thought something was missing: a EU-focused Information Security Podcast. And this is our attempt to provide you with one. Easy? Not at all. Podcasting is hard, no doubt about that, and we will probably suck for some dozen episodes to come. But we believe that we will get there, just bear with us ...\r\n
    \r\nEpisode 19: Haroon Meer is one kick-ass dude from South Africa and found some spare time to talk to us on infosec, his new venture Thinkst, Zacon and other stuff! And Wicked Clown is back!', 'Various Creative Commons Works', 158, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (690, 'episode', '2011-03-25', 'Resources for Autodidacts', '

    Proposal for a new HPR "series"

    \r\n\r\n

    What web resources (instructional sites, podcasts, video tutorials) and dead-tree resources have you found helpful in learning Linux, programming, and F/LOSS software?  In the tradition of our standard contributor podcasts (like “How I Got Started with Linux” or “My First Computer”), Curbuntu proposes an ongoing category in which we share these learning resources with each other.

    \r\n\r\n

    The topic is kicked off with these suggestions:

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    \r\nsecurity cam\r\n

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    \r\nbooks\r\n

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    \r\nreverse speach\r\n

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    ', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (693, 'episode', '2011-03-30', 'Terminally Stupid Episode 3', 'MrsXoke presents Terminally Stupid Episode 3', 'MrsXoke', 154, 55, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (694, 'episode', '2011-03-31', 'The U-Cubed Event', '

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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    Your Host:

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    Guests

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    • Jon Spriggs
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    • Les Pounder
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    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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    01:51 | THE U-CUBED EVENT... organised by Les and Jon.

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      \r\n
    • When: Sat. April 2nd, 10.00am.
    • \r\n
    • Where: Mad-Lab, Manchester, UK .
    • \r\n
    • Cost: Free, tickets via the web-site.
    • \r\n
    • Info: ucubed.info.
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Runtime: 11mins 48seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (695, 'episode', '2011-04-01', 'Behind the Scenes at HPR. A community update for the month 2011-03', '

    New hosts

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    \r\nWelcome to \r\nmarcoz\r\nMrGadgets, and\r\nMrsXoke. We welcome new hosts.\r\n

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    Show Review

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      \r\n
    • 676 :: Ken Fallon :: Behind the Scenes at Hacker Public Radio. A community update for the month 2011-02.
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    • 677 :: lostnbronx :: THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION: PART 2
    • \r\n
    • 678 :: MrsXoke :: Terminally Stupid Episode 1
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    • 679 :: Michael Foord :: A Little Bit of Python: Episode 14 2010-06-06
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    • 680 :: Broam :: Auctions yard sales and flea markets
    • \r\n
    • 681 :: MrGadgets :: My first computer
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    • 682 :: pokey :: NELF & Taxes
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    • 683 :: marcoz :: Xorg GSoC call for students
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    • 684 :: Ken Fallon :: Eben Moglen Freedom In the Cloud
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    • 685 :: riddlebox :: Product Review SunVolt
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    • 686 :: MrsXoke :: Terminally Stupid Episode 2
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    • 687 :: MrGadgets :: pre-IBM PC computer history 1
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    • 688 :: HPR_AudioBookClub :: Badge Of Infamy
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    • 689 :: Various Creative Commons Works :: Eurotrash Security Podcast Episode 19: Haroon Meer
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    • 690 :: Curbuntu:: Resources for Autodidacts
    • \r\n
    • 691 :: MrGadgets :: pre-IBM PC computer history 2
    • \r\n
    • 692 :: Quvmoh :: audacity to mess with satan
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    • 693 :: Mrs. Xoke :: Terminally Stupid ep 3
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    • 694 :: Full Cirle Podcast :: The U-Cubed Event
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    Apologies To:

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    • To Dave Yeats for apologising like him
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    • MrGadgets for messing up the encoding of his first episode
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    • Dodgy Geezer for the audio intros to the syndicated Thursdays shows
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    • klaatu for sugesting that he had abandoned HPR.
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    Thanks to

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    • droops for clarifying that HPR own the Mic logo
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    • To the person that assisted in clearing up an issue in the last podcast
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    • all the podcasts that play our promo
    • \r\n
    • Dann Washko, Integgroll, and pokey for tracking down episode 28 of shadow magic
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    • morgellon the lowtek mystic for the photos of the indiana linuxfest
    • \r\n
    • again pokeys mom for the HPR promo
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    • pokey for sending out all the stickers out of his own pocket
    • \r\n
    • code cruncher for paying for the buisness cards out of her own pocket
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    • pokey and code cruncher for been amazing - more info next month
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    Podcasts by Phone

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    \r\nEvery listener is strongly encouraged to send us one contribution per year.
    \r\nIn episode 636 pokey told us that his Mother also listens to the show from time to time and this month she upheld her end of the bargain.
    \r\n\r\nThe call in lines
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  • US: +1-206-312-5749
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  • UK: +44-203-432-5879
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    \r\nPlease include your name and email address.
    \r\nDON''T FORGET TO ADD THE # SIGN AT THE END
    \r\nThanks to Russ Woodman - K5TUX and Arron ''Finux'' Finnon for making this possible.\r\n

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    Hobby Public Radio dot org

    \r\n

    I have put up a test wordpress site on my shared server with the intention of seeing if we can replicate and improve on the functionality of our current site. Please don''t link to this site.
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      \r\n
    • Account Management
    • \r\n
    • Comments
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    • Scheduling
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    \r\nAnyone with experience of wordpress and want''s to help email admin at hpr dot org.\r\n

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    Changes afoot at Binrev

    \r\n

    \r\nBinRev is our parent site and HPR is hosted on a binrev server.
    \ r\nStankDawg pays the bills for this service and I was tiped off to a post that he made on 23 March 2011 where he notifies us that a server move is on the cards.
    \r\nhttp://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php/blog/1/entry-269-here-we-go-again/\r\n

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    \r\nI''m trying to arrange an interview with StankDawg to explain to us what BinRev is and what it''s goals are.\r\n

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    HPR Stickers

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    \r\nPhotos from pokey, Ken Fallon, droops, FiftyOneFifty, Curbuntu, smartasstronaut, Bruce_Patterson, Fabian Scherschel (@fabsh), code_cruncher, axis and Mrs. Xoke.\r\n\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Audio Book Club

    \r\n

    \r\nOur next audiobook will be Shadowmagic by Lohn Lenahan. It is also available at podiobooks.
    \r\nThe direct link is:\r\nhttp://www.podiobooks.com/title/shadowmagic
    \r\nIf you are missing Episode 28 then you can get it here :\r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/incoming/media/PB-Shadowmagic-28.mp3\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    HPR Appeal

    \r\n

    \r\nLast month I mentioned that klaatu has not posted a show that month. I was contacted by Karen from the Free as in Freedom oggcast (http://www.faif.us/) to tell me that klaatu had been arrested by the department of immigration while urban camping in some corporate head quaters in Cupertino. She wasn''t allowed to say much apart from that the department of homeland security is now involved as well and have confiscated his laptop and are holding him at an undisclosed location.
    \r\nWe are collecting some money to aid in his release so if you can help please go over and donate at:
    \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/freeklaatu\r\n

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    Events

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    \r\n

    \r\nNortheast GNU/Linux Fest Details Saturday, April 2, 2011 Worcester MA\r\n
    \r\nNortheast GNU/Linux Fest Details Saturday, April 2, 2011
    \r\nMore information.\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\nTHE U-CUBED 
EVENT Sat. April 2nd, 10.00am
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    THE U-CUBED EVENT... organised by Les and Jon.

    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • When: Sat. April 2nd, 10.00am.
    • \r\n
    • Where: Mad-Lab, Manchester, UK .
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    • Cost: Free, tickets via the web-site.
    • \r\n
    • Info: ucubed.info.
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    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nLinuxfest Northwest 2011 - April 30th-May 1st Bellingham, WA
    \r\nLinuxfest Northwest 2011 - April 30th-May 1st \r\n
    \r\nMore information.\r\n
    \r\nHPR is going Northeast and then Northwest with tables at both Linuxfests. We would like people to help out at the table, finding equipment etc. \r\n
    \r\n \r\nHow it all started: here is the link to pokey''s first mail about the table at NELF:\r\n http://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2010-December/000161.html \r\n \r\n
    \r\nWe are also running a Competition to design Mini Business Cards for HPR which we would like to have for the fest.
    \r\nThey submitted entries have all won a book and they are all up on the picasaweb site https://picasaweb.google.com/108536234968997542346/DesignCompetition#\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Upcoming Shows

    \r\n
    \r\nMrGadgets Path toward Linux\r\nSeries of Best Of Full Circle \r\nInterview with Captain Crunch\r\n


    \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-NC- SA', 0, 1), (696, 'episode', '2011-04-04', 'MrGadgets Path toward Linux', 'MrGadgets final episode on his Path toward Linux', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (697, 'episode', '2011-04-05', 'Aaron Seigo talks about accessibility in KDE. An outtake from Frostcast Episode 36.', '

    \r\nAfter his outspoken criticism of accessibility in Ubuntu, Jonathan Nadeau has become the standard barer for accessibility on the FLOSS desktop. In his interview with the KDE spokesperson Aaron Seigo, Jonathan didn''t ask any questions about accessibility. I was expecting to hear what accessibility improvements are in the pipeline for KDE. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWhen I contacted Jonathan about it he immediately replied saying that they did talk about accessibility. He didn''t add it as the show was running to long and that he might release it as a separate podcast. I floated the idea of releasing it on HPR and he was kind enough to mail me the segment.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nA link to the rest of the interview:
    \r\nhttp://frostbitemedia.libsyn.com/frostcast-episode-36\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nHPR has now no shows in the queue. HPR is a community feed and without shows it will cease to exist. Many people have stepped up and recorded shows but I know there are many more out there who have it in them to contribute. With that in mind please record a show today. Thank you.\r\n

    ', 'Jonathan Nadeau', 161, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (698, 'episode', '2011-04-06', 'How I Found Linux', '

    \r\nAfter years of using Unix, Mac, and Windows I finally converted my two Windows computers to Linux for real.
    \r\nThe journey into Linux started with not being successful at writing a startup script for Linux. A few years later I discovered some Linux love when writing a driver that would make the keyboard LED lights blink the morse code of the letters being typed. A year ago I did a few virtual Linux installations (archLinux, Debian) in VirtualBox to test out some Cloud Computing stuff. \r\nBefore Christmas 2010, I was considering contributing to the KDE project and installed Kubuntu as well as Ubuntu.
    \r\nThis year, because I am going to the LinuxFest NorthWest (and I am going to have a table there for HackerPublicRadio) I had to install Linux on my old Windows Laptop. I also converted my Samsung Q1 Ultra Tablet computer from WindowsXP to Ubuntu.
    \r\nBoth conversions were successful, but a few problems had to be solved for which https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu is a great place to go and find or get answers.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBTW: If you''re going to http://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/ please come and say "hi" at the HPR table and if you can help out at the table please let me know code.cruncher_hpr at yahoo ca.\r\n

    ', 'code.cruncher', 162, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (699, 'episode', '2011-04-07', 'r0xy interviews Cap''n Crunch on cacti radio', '

    \r\nThis interview was held a little over a month ago on cacti radio.
    \r\nhttp://www.cactiradio.com\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nJohn Thomas Draper (born 1943), also known as Captain Crunch, Crunch or Crunchman (after Cap''n Crunch, the mascot of a breakfast cereal), is a computer programmer and former phone phreak. He is a legendary figure within the computer programming world.\r\n

    ', 'Brad Carter', 163, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (700, 'episode', '2011-04-08', 'Tech Tales of April''s Past', '', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (701, 'episode', '2011-04-11', 'Backing Up Your Data Introduction', '

    \r\nIn this HPR episode I''m going to talk to you about the ideas, concepts and things to thing about when you want to start backing up your data. This is part 1 of a series of shows.

    ', 'scriptmunkee', 164, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (702, 'episode', '2011-04-11', '50th anniversary of human space flight', '

    \r\n50 years ago today a historic event took place and here on Hacker Public Radio we take time out to celebrate the occaision with recordings of the Radio communications between Yuri Gagarin, Sergei Korolev and Ground Control during launch. Then we listen to a 45 rpm record at the Soviet Exhibition in London in 1961.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAfter this we listen to the The flight of Vostok 1 as described on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vostok_1 and play a promo for the film "first orbit" http://www.firstorbit.org/watch-the-film been released as part of Yuris Night http://www.yurisnight.net/ a world wide celebration of the event.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTo close with the biography of Yuri Gagarin from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuri_ Gagarin.\r\n

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    Radio communications between Yuri Gagarin, Sergei Korolev and Ground Control

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    Yuri Gagarin in Space (English Commentary) from a 45 rpm record at the Soviet Exhibition in London in 1961

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    First Orbit

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Star Trek Theme Faith of The Heart Remake: Sputnik & yuri gagarin

    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (703, 'episode', '2011-04-13', 'My Computer History', '', 'Bob Evans', 165, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (704, 'episode', '2011-04-14', 'Disaster Protocol: Annoyed!', '

    \r\nSyndicated Thursday presents \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nDisaster Protocol: Annoyed!\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOrigionally aired on Sun, 27 Mar 2011 23:58:54 +0000\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nNo alcohol, what more can we say? Enjoy the bile and vitriol.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAbout Disaster Protocol \r\nThe Disaster Protocol Podcast is an IT Security Podcast which aims to educate the listener about current news and stories regarding the IT security sector. Originally name S.H.I.T.cast (Student Hacker Information Technology podcast), it was aimed at a lower level of audience and was more about having fun then getting anything technical across.\r\nThere are two hosts to the podcast, Matthew Hughes and Thomas Mackenzie.\r\nMatthew Hughes is an Ethical Hacking student at a British University and is the leader developer of SecurityBSD.co.uk. He is known on the podcast for his random facts and amazing shoot downs towards Tom.\r\nThomas Mackenzie is a student studying the same course at the same University as Matt. He is the co-developer of upsploit.com and works part-time from randomstorm.com. \r\n

    ', 'Disaster Protocol', 166, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (705, 'episode', '2011-04-15', 'My first linux box', '

    \r\nThis is my first podcast it begins with my first linux box, why I still run linux. Followed by a quck review of arch linux the distro I am currently running. Lastly a quick shout out for the NWLF.\r\n

    ', 'imahuph', 167, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (706, 'episode', '2011-04-18', 'What to do when confronted with a blind person', '
      \r\n
    • If you are in the way of a blind person say "hi" so they know your there.\r\n
    • If a blind person is looking for a seat, tell them where there is a vacant space.\r\n
    • Ask if they need help (warning not all people might appreciate this)\r\n
    • See you later, Did you watch this movie doesn''t bother Jonathan but some people may be.\r\n
    • When leading a blind person (across the street), walk normally and let the bling person hang on to your elbow. \r\n
    ', 'Jonathan Nadeau', 161, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (707, 'episode', '2011-04-19', 'Ubuntu on trial', '

    \r\nToday I try to argue that Ubuntu is no longer necessary, Ubuntu users should explore other Linux paths (probably Debian).\r\n

    ', 'Dismal Science', 141, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (708, 'episode', '2011-04-20', 'Enterprise resource planning', '

    \r\nJWP talks about Linux in the Enterprise Space espically in relation to ERP (Enterprise resource planning) software.\r\n

    ', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (709, 'episode', '2011-04-21', 'The Language Frontier Episode 3', '

    The third episode in Skirlet''s third episode in The Language Frontier miniseries. This one, about the inefficiency of language.

    \r\n

    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 48, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (710, 'episode', '2011-04-22', 'spics on tech', '

    \r\ncontributing content to hpr
    \r\nintroductions\r\n

    \r\n\r\n\r\nreminiscing\r\nc64 and old junk from flea markets\r\nexcuses\r\n\r\nhacker practice\r\ncultural studies\r\n\r\nensenada hackerspace\r\n', 'sikilpaake and badbit', 168, 58, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (711, 'episode', '2011-04-25', 'Klaatu and Verbal chat about web2py', '

    At the first Indiana Linux Fest, Klaatu and Verbal sit down to chat about web2py.

    \r\n\r\n

    Free codec lover? Get your ogg here.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (712, 'episode', '2011-04-25', 'Linux Jazz - Recording my Audio', '

    \r\nMy thanks to Pokey and ClaudioM for their kind comments on my first show. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nRecording . . .
    \r\nHow I record the show and use Linux in support of my jazz activities and work-flow.
    \r\nSet up and Gear:
    \r\nMain microphone - Behringer USB Condenser Microphone C-1U with boom mike stand and ''pop'' screen.
    \r\nSennheiser e815S with a Tascam US-100 Audio Interface or Zoom H4n Recorder.
    \r\nAudio Capture:
    \r\nBehringer USB mike straight into Audacity on an EeePC.
    \r\n(Klaatu''s config file is at http://www.thebadapples.info/eastereggs/audacity.cfg.zip)\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nProcessing . . .
    \r\nLaptops Asus EeePC 1005HA and a Sony Vaio VGN-BX297.
    \r\nAll recordings saved as WAV or FLAC files initially.
    \r\nSpoken part of the show is scripted and each segment recorded separately.
    \r\nAssembly of segments and audio in Audacity, with adjustments, fades and overlaps, etc.
    \r\nExported and mixed down into composite, sterio, MP3 file.
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMusic Production . . .
    \r\nMusic writing, arranging and composing: Band-In-A-Box 2009 and Sibelius 5 as there is no suitable Linux equivalents.
    \r\nUsing Virtualbox with Windows XP.
    \r\nBand-In-A-Box use of sampled sounds for the backing voices.
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nUse of Band-In-A-Box and Sibelius. I just wish there was the equivalent software the Linux to do this kind of thing I would move there ''in a flash'' if I could find some.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOther Activities . . .
    \r\nProblem with keeping files up to date when using multiple machines.
    \r\nUse of ''Dropbox'' is my solution.
    \r\nFolders moved from ''Dropbox'' to large 1TB external drive when projects are complete.
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nNext time . . .
    \r\nLinux software in the production of websites and other uses.
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMy website and Blog . . .\r\nAt ''www.tonydenton.com'' and I am on Twitter as ''tonydenton.''
    \r\nMy Identica name is ''Bariman'' and I am on IRC, also as ''Bariman.''
    \r\n

    ', 'Bariman', 150, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (713, 'episode', '2011-04-26', 'NELF Interview With Matt Lee and Donald Robertson', '

    \r\nPlease consider contributing to the Free Software Foundation.\r\nhttp://www.fsf.org/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nPlease forgive the audio quality of this recording. Due to the acoustics of the room, and my crappy mic, I had to "massage" the recording an awful lot to be able to hear all three people at a reasonable level without overwhelming you with background noise. I did my best.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nI want to thank Donald and Matt for making it such a great interview. They were firendly, respectful, and kind. I had a great time with them durring the interview, and at the afterparty. They represent the FSF well. \r\n

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (714, 'episode', '2011-04-27', 'Interview with Amber Graner', '

    The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    \r\n\r\n

    Your Host:

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Guests

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Amber Graner
    • \r\n
    \r\nAmber talks about:\r\n\r\n

    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

    \r\n\r\n

    Runtime: 22mins 51seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (715, 'episode', '2011-04-28', 'Interview with StankDawg', '

    \r\nKen talks to the founder of BinRev and the patron of Hacker Public Radio\r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (716, 'episode', '2011-05-02', 'Behind the Scenes at HPR. A community update for the month 2011-04', '

    Welcome to our new admins Code Cruncher and pokey. Also welcome to our new hosts: HPR_AudioBookClub, Robin Catling, Jonathan Nadeau, code.cruncher, Brad Carter, scriptmunkee, Bob Evans, Disaster Protocol, imahuph, and sikilpaake & badbit. We welcome new hosts.

    Show Review

    • 695 :: Ken Fallon :: Behind the Scenes at HPR.
    • 696 :: MrGadgets :: MrGadgets Path toward Linux
    • 697 :: Jonathan Nadeau :: Aaron Seigo talks about accessibility in KDE.
    • 698 :: code.cruncher :: How I Found Linux
    • 699 :: Brad Carter :: r0xy interviews Cap''n Crunch on cacti radio
    • 700 :: MrGadgets :: Tech Tales of April''s Past
    • 701 :: scriptmunkee :: Backing Up Your Data Introduction
    • 702 :: Ken Fallon :: 50th anniversary of human space flight
    • 703 :: Bob Evans :: My Computer History
    • 704 :: Disaster Protocol :: Disaster Protocol: Annoyed!
    • 705 :: imahuph :: My first linux box
    • 706 :: Jonathan Nadeau :: What to do when confronted with a blind person
    • 707 :: Dismal Science :: Ubuntu on trial
    • 708 :: JWP :: Enterprise resource planning
    • 709 :: Skirlet :: The Language Frontier Episode 3
    • 710 :: sikilpaake & badbit :: spics on tech
    • 711 :: klaatu :: Klaatu and Verbal chat about web2py
    • 712 :: Bariman :: Linux Jazz - Recording my Audio
    • 713 :: pokey :: NELF Interview With Matt Lee and Donald Robertson
    • 714 :: fullcirclepodcast :: Amber Graner from Ubuntu Women Project
    • 715 :: Ken Fallon :: Interview With StankDawg
    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Hobby Public Radio - Wordpress
    \r\nhttp://www.hobbypublicradio.org \r\nRead the posts and give Feedback
    \r\n
    \r\nShould we relicense under cc-by-sa ?
    \r\nDropping the non-commercial
    \r\n
    \r\nInterview with stank
    \r\nThe server has moved
    \r\nKen used skype call recorder to record the call
    \r\n
    \r\nWho got fooled ?
    \r\nThanks to klaatu, Bradley M. Kuhn and Karen Sandler
    \r\n
    \r\n We updated the RSS feed to use [cdata]
    \r\n
    \r\nCongratulations to Linux Outlaws on reaching 200
    \r\nCounting TWAtech we have passed 1015
    \r\ n
    \r\nOggCamp 11 - we''ll be there
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\n HPR Music is ours - thanks slick0
    \r\n
    \r\n What is a syndicated show ? \r\n
    \r\nThe language frontier is a special case
    \r\n
    \r\n HPR Design competition
    \r\n all get a book Will be mailed out in a week or two
    \r\n
    \r\n Will HPR be wanting a booth at SELF this year?

    HPR Stickers

    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (717, 'episode', '2011-05-02', 'My Switch from Windows to Linux', 'First exposure to Linux on ancient laptop
    \r\nNext several years into adulthood with Windows
    \r\nNever ran with crowd / always techie
    \r\nOpinions formed about Linux
    \r\nIn spite of fondness, abandonded Linux
    \r\nSeveral years later 1 yr from retiring
    \r\nDooms day - pop up virus explorer web page
    \r\nAll this arround the time Vista
    \r\nStuck with XP through Vista debachle
    \r\nLearned some things about Windows7 proverbial straw
    \r\nDevising a plan
    \r\nUbunto on desktop and on wifes laptop
    \r\nOnly remnants of windows on dual boot desktop
    \r\nPurchased my own Vista laptop / never booted in Vista
    \r\nLearned alot using Ubuntu
    \r\nThats my switch to linux story
    \r\nMore productive, knowledgeable, satisfied user under Linux', 'Slurry', 169, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (718, 'episode', '2011-05-04', 'How I got into Linux', 'In his first podcast Brotherred talks about how he got into GNU/Linux after seeing a website powered by Linux in approx. 2001.
    \r\nBought RedHat 9 with PC magazine.
    \r\nNot all Linux experience was rosy.
    \r\nStill loves GNU/Linux for playing games, download torrents, and audio/video editing.
    ', 'Brotherred', 171, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (719, 'episode', '2011-05-05', 'The Language Frontier Episode 4', '

    Skirlet discusses what language -- the way you speak and write -- suggests about you as a person. She provides a basic intro to linguistics, and reviews some dead languages and why they died.

    \r\n

    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 48, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (720, 'episode', '2011-05-06', 'CLI Magic', '

    Klaatu talks to Mark, aka deltaRay, from CLI Magic and suso.com about the command line, the Indiana Linux Fest, and more!

    \r\n\r\n

    Git yer ogg version from the GNU World Order.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (721, 'episode', '2011-05-08', 'THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION -- PART 03', '

    \r\n

    by lostnbronx

    \r\n

    -----

    \r\n

    SITES MENTIONED:

    \r\n

    ccmixter.org

    \r\n

    Jamendo\r\n

    Magnatune

    \r\n

    Podsafe Audio

    \r\n

    A good Creative Commons list of music sites

    \r\n

    Freesound.org

    \r\n

    -----

    \r\n

    MUSIC:

    \r\n

    Pitx

    \r\n

    Pitx_-_A_year_ago.mp3

    \r\n

    Creative Commons Sampling Plus (1.0)

    \r\n

    -----

    \r\n

    MY OWN SITE

    \r\n

    lostnbronx

    ', 'lostnbronx', 107, 52, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (722, 'episode', '2011-05-09', 'How I Upgraded My PC - Motherboard', '

    \r\nIn this episode, Claudio recaps episode 1 and covers the what, why, and how of his motherboard purchase.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAnandTech: http://www.anandtech.com/show/4025/holiday-2010-system-builders-guide\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAnandTech: http://www.anandtech.com/show/3877/asrock-890fx-deluxe-full-review-and-an-investigation-of-thuban-performance-scaling\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nPhoronix: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=asrock_880_mobos&num=1\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nHardware Secrets: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/ASRock-890FX-Deluxe4- Motherboard/1094/1\r\n

    \r\n ', 'Claudio Miranda', 152, 57, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (723, 'episode', '2011-05-10', 'How to be a safe computerist', '

    Klaatu brings his Urban Camping series to a close with a discussion of how to be a safe computerist whilst urban camping. He covers ssh, X Forwarding, tor, tcpdump, and general computer common sense.

    \r\n\r\n

    The ogg version is available from GNU World Order.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 46, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (724, 'episode', '2011-05-11', 'Full Circle Podcast: Ubuntu Manual Project', '

    \r\nFull Circle Podcast:
    \r\nInterview: Benjamin Humphrey, Ubuntu Manual Project\r\n

    \r\n

    The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    \r\n\r\n

    Your Host:

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Guests

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Benjamin Humphrey, Editor, Ubuntu Manual Project
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Site: http://ubuntu- manual.org
    \r\nLaunchpad Project home: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-manual
    \r\nBenjamin’s blog: http://humphreybc.wordpress.com/

    \r\n\r\n

    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

    \r\n\r\n

    Runtime: 22mins 51seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (725, 'episode', '2011-05-12', 'NELF_Review', '

    \r\nNELF 2011 was a blast. Here''s my take on it.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThanks to everyone who made it so much fun.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThanks to sponsors: Redhat Enterprise Linux, and Frostbyte systems.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThanks to Johnathan and Mrs. Nadeau for making it all happen.\r\n

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (726, 'episode', '2011-05-15', 'Journey to Linux', '

    \r\nMr Gadgets continues his journey from Micro Computer to Linux stopping by O/S 2 Warp and Windows 98\r\n

    ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (727, 'episode', '2011-05-16', 'HOWTO root and mod an Andr0id phone.', '

    Klaatu''s HOWTO root and mod an Andr0id phone.

    \r\n\r\n

    Links:

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    This episode is also available in ogg vorbis.

    \r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (728, 'episode', '2011-05-17', 'Sex, Race and Open Source', 'Today we discuss the role of race and sex within the culture of open source and computing in general.
    \r\nTopics include the digital divide, wasge gaps among the population.
    \r\nAnd a tip on how to find an open source geek to date!
    \r\nContact me @ dismal.science.hpr AT gmail DOT com\r\n', 'Dismal Science and Sunzofman1', 170, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (729, 'episode', '2011-05-18', 'Syndicated Thursday: FSP Sam smith, Opentech Conference 2011', '

    Hello world and welcome to our on Hacker Public Radio. This episode consists of our interview with Sam Smith, one of the organisers of the Opentech Conference in London this May. My co-host is Les Pounder

    \r\n

    OpenTech 2011

    \r\n

    Saturday 21st May 2011. (10:45 start)

    \r\n

    Union Building, University of London.

    \r\n

    Cost: £5 on the door.

    \r\n

    Registration via the event website

    \r\n\r\n

    OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

    \r\n\r\n

    Some highlights of previous Opentech Conferences

    \r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Your Hosts:

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www. fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    \r\n\r\n

    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

    \r\n\r\n

    Runtime: 19mins 50seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (730, 'episode', '2011-05-19', 'LFNW: Some Facts and 2 Interviews', '

    LinuxFest Northwest Bellingham Facts from Carl Symons:

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • about 1000 visitors, 738 registered, 350 meals sold on Saturday
    • \r\n
    • 12th year, started in 2000 in a room of 8x8 meters (25x25 feet)
    • \r\n
    • No president, jsut a team of organizers who meet twice a month
    • \r\n
    • Non-profit since 4 years
    • \r\n
    • 2 days since 4 years (before it was 1 day)
    • \r\n
    • Party on Saturday since 2 years
    • \r\n
    • http://linuxfestnorthwest.org/
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Interview with Bill Wright about the LinuxFest

    \r\n

    Interview with Sabrina Roach from Brown Paper Tickets about 2 interesting radio projects: http://www.prometheusradio.org/ and http://knightmozilla.org

    \r\n

    Let me know if you''re going to have a table for Hacker Public Radio at a Linuxfest or any other fest, I will send you our PR-Stuff: Tablecloth, Stickers, instructions to order minicards, QR-code books, and T-Shirt sets.

    \r\n

    Here are some images of the table at LFNW:

    ', 'code.cruncher', 162, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (731, 'episode', '2011-05-22', 'Klaatu the ubiquity and potential danger of the rm command', '

    Klaatu discusses the imbalance between the ubiquity and potential danger of the rm command. He proposes the alternative command, trash.

    \r\n\r\n

    Get this episode in ogg vorbis.

    \r\n\r\n

    Git the trash shell script from gitorious.org/trashy

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (732, 'episode', '2011-05-23', 'sikilpaake and badbit - spics on tech - episode 02', '

    sikilpaake & badbit - spics on tech - episode 02

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • ensenada hackerspace (norte lab)
    • \r\n
    • taller de electrónica para artistas
      \r\n miguel monroy
      \r\n http://miguelmonroy.com.mx/work/
    • \r\n
    • hackerspaces.org
    • \r\n
    • the hacker ethic
      \r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/the_hacker_ethic
    • \r\n
    • nortec
      \r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/nortec
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    hacker meetings, workshops & spaces

    \r\n
    • 2600
      \r\n http://www.2600.com/
      \r\n
    • shdh
      \r\n http://shdhmid.pbworks.com/w/page/39648441/shdh-mid-05
      \r\n
    • tequila valley
      \r\n http://www.tequilavalley.com/
      \r\n
    • protolab
      \r\n http://protolab.ws/site/
      \r\n
    • sdhacklab
      \r\nhttp://bang.calit2.net/sdhacklab/
    \r\n

    kindle unexploited features and jailbreaking
    \r\ n screensavers, fonts, usb networking
    \r\n microphone

    \r\n

    game boy flash cartridge, lsdj, chiptunes
    \r\n http://www.littlesounddj.com/lsd/
    \r\n http://blog.gg8.se/images/camvliez/gmb-0001.gif
    \r\n minimalist composers
    \r\n brian eno
    \r\n stockhauses
    \r\n philip glass

    \r\n

    ubuntu 11.04

    \r\n
    • upgrading
      \r\n
    • unity sucks
      \r\n http://is.gd/fgshwa
      \r\n
    • shuttleworth boxing the project in, à la steve jobs
      \r\n http://is.gd/r8jydh
      \r\n
    • what was so bad with gnome3?
      \r\n http://is.gd/xiadoh
      \r\n
    • wayland
      \r\n http://is.gd/w5pvgv
      \r\n an improvement but just too young
      \r\n probably lacks a lot of historical functions that most people in ubuntu haven''t realized it needs
      \r\n on openbsd & freebsd will have to wait for eventual kernel mode setting
      \r\n http://is.gd/xtaghe support
    \r\n

    al quaeda security measures

    \r\ n

    contact
    \r\n sikilapakee
    \r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9rida,_Yucat%C3%A1n
    \r\n info@carlosduarte.info
    \r\n http://twitter.com/#!/tulakalbeyo
    \r\n http://vallabien.carlosduarte.info/

    \r\n

    badbit
    \r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/mexicali
    \r\n badbit@gmail.com
    \r\n http://twitter.com/#!/b4db1t
    \r\n http://badbit.blogspot.com/

    \r\n

    music!
    \r\n hermanos calderón - el camian http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uy3wchqmze
    \r\n little-scale - demons that devour human flesh http://www.lazerscale2010.com/track.php?id=55
    \r\n sonido lasser drakar - visions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kjdCJgFM1I

    ', 'sikilpaake and badbit', 168, 58, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (733, 'episode', '2011-05-24', 'Linux Packaging Systems (too many)', '

    Packaging systems:
    \r\n rpm, rpm5, deb/dpkg, ebuild, compressed files (archlinux), pisi, .tgz (tar.gz file) slackware/vector linux, .tlz (Vector Linux)

    \r\n

    Package managers:
    \r\n Program Distro(s) website notes
    \r\n apt debian
    \r\n conary Foresight Liux/rPath company handles distributed repositories, commit/rollback
    \r\n entropy Sabayon consists of Equo client (textual), Sulfur client (graphical)
    \r\n kpackagekit kubuntu uses policykit (any problems if booted computer from a live cd and mounted and chroot''d?)
    \r\n opkg openmoko lightweight; based on ipkg
    \r\n pacman archlinux
    \r\n pirut fedora it calls yum so it''s just a gui wrapper? not sure how widely used...?
    \r\n pisi pardus (Turkish distro) was based on gentoo. as far as I can tell it now uses its own pkg format
    \r\n poldek Fedora RPM
    \r\n portage gentoo ebuilds,
    \r\n slapt slackware tgz
    \r\n slapt vectorlinux tlz;
    \r\n smart UnityLinux RPM5
    \r\n synaptic ubuntu DEB; graphical frontend to apt
    \r\n urpmi mandriva RPM
    \r\n yum redhat/fedora RPM
    \r\n zypper opensuse RPM

    \r\n

    Other useful links:
    \r\n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_software_package_management_systems
    \r\n http://www.packagekit.org/pk-matrix.html

    \r\n

    apt - http://wiki.debian.org/Apt
    \r\n conary - http://wiki.rpath.com/wiki/Conary
    \r\n entropy - http://wiki.sabayon.org/index.php?title=En:Entropy
    \r\n kpackagekit - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KPackageKit, http://www.packagekit.org
    \r\n opkg - http://code.google.com/p/opkg/
    \r\n pacman - http://www.archlinux.org/pacman/
    \r\n pirut - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/F8_User_Guide_-_Managing_Software_with_Pirut
    \r\n pisi - http://en.pardus-wiki.org/Making_Pisi_Packages
    \r\n poldek - http://poldek. pld-linux.org/
    \r\n portage - http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-x86.xml?part=2&chap=1
    \r\n slapt - http://vectorlinux.osuosl.org/docs/vl58/manuals/vl5_slaptget_en.html
    \r\n smart - http://niemeyer.net/smart
    \r\n synaptic - http://www.nongnu.org/synaptic/
    \r\n urpmi - http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/Tools/urpmi
    \r\n yum - http://yum.baseurl.org/
    \r\n zypper - http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Zypper
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Concerns:
    \r\n 1) package burn out - will it get to the point where only either large distros or commercial distros have large repos due to the effort involved?
    \r\n 2) I''ve lost track of the number of times i''ve heard from people ''our distro doesn''t have enough manpower to package ...''
    \r\n wouldn''t it be helpful to not have to use our limited manpower in building redundant packages?
    \r\n 3) in 10 (or less) years when non-technical people take over at Redhat/Ubuntu/other large distro, will they use the package system as a club to beat the other distros with? I''m not sure how, but where money is involved, you can feel assured it _will_ happen.
    \r\n 4) current state of packaging systems in linux is like sound systems were 10 yrs ago.
    \r\n remember esd vs arts vs vs ...? each desktop environment had its own system. sound in linux was painful and a complete joke. it still has a ways to go but it''s _SO_ much better now that it was. does anyone want to go back to that?
    \r\n pulseaudio isn''t perfect but it''s so much better than what we had before. and it''s ONE system!
    \r\n can you image if printing and authentication were like the packaging systems? image if everyone had their own printing system instead of CUPs? imagine if there was no pam.d?
    \r\n 5) I believe packaging systems are NOT about choice. the exact opposite. it''s about vendor lockin and NIH.
    \r\n (we''ll do it OUR way because we can do it better or the ''proper'' way. "so-and-so does blah, which is
    \r\n completely stupid")
    \r\n choice is being able to write a script in php,perl,python,bash,csh,... on the SAME system.
    \r\n that''s choice
    \r\n because I can CHOOSE. If I have a debian box I can''t choose to use RPM or ebuilds, same for those other systems.
    \r\n of the systems I''ve used: deb, rpm, rpm5, portage, (and tarballs if you count linuxfromscratch)
    \r\n and the managers I''ve used: yum, urpmi, smart, kpackagekit, synaptic, apt-get, emerge
    \r\n each system has little features the others don''t. but there is nothing that one system has that couldn''t be added to the others.

    ', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (734, 'episode', '2011-05-25', 'The Language Frontier Episode 4.5', '

    Syndicated Thursday Presents: The Language Frontier Episode 4.5
    \r\nPlease note that this series originally aired some time ago.

    \r\n

    Skirlet takes some listener feedback about her miniseries, The Language Frontier.

    \r\n

    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (735, 'episode', '2011-05-26', 'Interview with Dave Yates about SELF 2011', '

    \r\nIn todays episode Ken interviews Dave Yates of the Southeast LinuxFest.

    \r\n\r\n

    The Southeast LinuxFest is a community event for anyone who wants to learn more about Linux and Free & Open Source software. It is part educational conference, and part social gathering. Like Linux itself, it is shared with attendees of all skill levels to communicate tips and ideas, and to benefit all who use Linux/Free and Open Source Software. LinuxFest is the place to learn, to make new friends, to network with new business partners, and most importantly, to have fun!

    \r\n

    The third annual Southeast LinuxFest is scheduled for June 10-12, 2011 in Spartanburg, SC.

    \r\n

    Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Identi.ca

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 59, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (736, 'episode', '2011-05-29', 'Stop the Ubuntu 11.04 whining', '

    \r\nIn this episode JWP discusses the negativity surrounding the Unity desktop.\r\n

    ', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (737, 'episode', '2011-05-30', 'My Start in Computing and Linux', '

    \r\nThis is how I got started building custom computers and began using linux. It was a slow process for me dipping my feet deeper and deeper until I found a daily usefullness for both and have not turned back since.

    ', 'ArigornStrider', 172, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (738, 'episode', '2011-05-31', 'Short History of Ham Radio and How I got Involved', '

    \r\nShow Notes for More Information\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThis show is a short history of the beginning of Ham Radio and how I got involved.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://www.qsl.net/ab0cw/sparktx.htm\r\nhttp://www.arrl.org\r\n

    ', 'Joel', 173, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (739, 'episode', '2011-06-01', 'The Knightcast KC0053 : Wirelessly syncing content to your Ipad and Ipod.', '

    \r\nThis show was aired on "Saturday, 07 May 2011 06:23"
    \r\nThe Knightcast KC0053 : Wirelessly syncing content to your Ipad and Ipod.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIn this deep-geeky episode we unlock the secret of automatic podcast downloading and distribution to android and IOS Devices without using itunes or a cable. We mash together Ubuntu, Gpodder, a bash script a couple of SSH Connections and an Ipad app to unlock the secrets of wirelessly pushing content to your IOS Devices. As a bonus we take a glance at calibre and show you how to have your favorite rss feeds available to read offline. \r\n

    ', 'Knightwise', 111, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (740, 'episode', '2011-06-02', 'DDoS : What is it and how to protect yourself', '

    \r\nIn today''s HPR, I will talk about DDoS attacks and ways to protect yourself and what actions you have in recourse.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIf you have questions, please email me at josh@darksideofperfection.com, or message me on binrev''s IRC.\r\n

    ', 'Josh Knapp', 174, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (741, 'episode', '2011-06-05', 'HPR Community News for May 2011', '

    Mumble Server

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nGeneralSettings
    \r\nServer Name: This is your choice
    \r\nAddress: ch1.teamspeak.cc
    \r\nPort: 64747
    \r\nUsername: This is your choice
    \r\nhttp://wiki.linuxbasix.com/tiki-index.php?page=Linux+Basix+Mumble\r\n

    \r\n

    New hosts

    \r\n

    \r\nWelcome to our new hosts: Slurry, \r\nDismal Science & Sunzofman1, \r\nBrotherred, \r\nArigornStrider, \r\nJoel, and\r\nJosh Knapp.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Show Review

    \r\n\r\n
      \r\n
    • 716 :: HPR Admins :: Behind the Scenes at HPR. A community update for the month 2011-04
    • \r\n
    • 717 :: Slurry :: My Switch from Windows to Linux
    • \r\n
    • 718 :: Brotherred :: How I got into Linux
    • \r\n
    • 719 :: Skirlet :: The Language Frontier Episode 4
    • \r\n
    • 720 :: klaatu :: CLI Magic
    • \r\n
    • 721 :: lostnbronx :: THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION -- PART 03
    • \r\n
    • 722 :: Claudio Miranda :: How I Upgraded My PC - Motherboard
    • \r\n
    • 723 :: klaatu :: How to be a safe computerist
    • \r\n
    • 724 :: Robin Catling :: Full Circle Podcast: Ubuntu Manual Project
    • \r\n
    • 725 :: pokey :: NELF_Review
    • \r\n
    • 726 :: MrGadgets :: Journey to Linux
    • \r\n
    • 727 :: klaatu :: HOWTO root and mod an Andr0id phone.
    • \r\n
    • 728 :: Dismal Science & Sunzofman1 :: Sex, Race and Open Source
    • \r\n
    • 729 :: Robin Catling :: Syndicated Thursday: FSP Sam smith, Opentech Conference 2011
    • \r\n
    • 730 :: code.cruncher :: LFNW: Some Facts and 2 Interviews
    • \r\n
    • 731 :: klaatu :: Klaatu the ubiquity and potential danger of the rm command
    • \r\n
    • 732 :: sikilpaake & badbit :: sikilpaake and badbit - spics on tech - episode 02
    • \r\n
    • 733 :: marcoz :: Linux Packaging Systems (too many)
    • \r\n
    • 734 :: Skirlet :: The Language Frontier Episode 4.5
    • \r\n
    • 735 :: Ken Fallon :: Interview with Dave Yates about SELF 2011
    • \r\n
    • 736 :: JWP :: Stop the Ubuntu 11.04 whining
    • \r\n
    • 737 :: ArigornStrider :: My Start in Computing and Linux
    • \r\n
    • 738 :: Joel :: Short History of Ham Radio and How I got Involved
    • \r\n
    • 739 :: Knightwise :: The Knightcast KC0053 : Wirelessly syncing content to your Ipad and Ipod.
    • \r\n
    • 740 :: Josh Knapp :: DDoS : What is it and how to protect yourself
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Apologies To

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Droops for not been there
    • \r\n
    • stankdawg not dwag
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Month in Review

    \r\n

    \r\nThis was a busy and bumpy month as I recall it ... Ken went on holidays and the server felt abandoned and went on strike and then it pretended that there is no more space in the queue and once there was more space we almost ran out of shows and we are still looking for people to do HPR-PR at SELF, for which they will get 2 fantastic HPR T-Shirts. Ken? did you also move the server this month?\r\n\r\nHPR Outro\r\n

      \r\n
    • Klaatu proposal to mention binrev in the outro.\r\n
      \r\nHacker Public Radio is brought to you by the BinRev Radio, \r\nthe Infonomicon Computer Club and our Sponsor ${SPONSOR}.\r\n${SPONSOR} is ${Marketing speak}\r\nHPR is a Community podcast network that releases shows every \r\nweekday Monday through Friday.\r\nAll the shows are made by the community  fellow listeners \r\nlike you!.\r\nFor more information on how you can contribute a show please \r\ngo to hackerpublicradio dot org and click on the contribute \r\nbutton\r\nThere is no restrictions on how long the show can be, nor \r\non the topic you can cover as long as they are of 
      interest \r\nto hackers.\r\n

      \r\n
    • Updated the Syndication page to include OGG, SPX and Comments Feeds.\r\n
    • People had problems getting on the Mailing list\r\n
    • Ira put a drupal website together imahuph.net/hpradmin1\r\n
    • Code Cruncher is working on automation\r\n
        \r\n
      • Show prep script\r\n
      • upload form\r\n
      • security issues?\r\n
      \r\n
    • The books for the business card competition have been sent or have they ?\r\n
    • Added a md5 script to the site.\r\n
    • lostnbronx ran a spell check on the "Contribute" page\r\n
    • We ran out of shows - you replied.\r\n
    • Curbuntu is going to a lug meeting and wanted a history of HPR. We want droops on for an interview.\r\n
    • Ken is going to OggCamp11 - ordered business cards.\r\n
    • Fifty OneFifty found the Ultimate interview device\r\n
    • Cobra 2 \r\n
        \r\n
      • create a torrent tracker for podcast/oggcast/videocast\r\n
      • Advanced Android hacking series\r\n
      • HPR Guidelines for fests.\r\n
      • Wiki\r\n
      \r\n
    • Trend micro unblocked us\r\ n
    • Zibby Keaton says that James Turnbull published his latest book "Pro Puppet" through Apress Media \r\n
    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    RFC Changing show to CC-BY-SA

    \r\n
    \r\nHi All,\r\n\r\nThis is an official request for a change of license that *NEW* shows\r\nare uploaded as.\r\n\r\nThe proposal is to change from:\r\nhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/\r\n\r\nTo http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/\r\n\r\nThe RFC will be open for a month and the results will be announced\r\nhere and on July''s HPR Community News. If approved all shows after\r\nthat time will be by default CC-BY-SA unless indicated in the show\r\nnotes. Further, I would then contact everyone that has hosted so far\r\nasking if we can relisence their show(s) as CC-BY-SA.\r\n\r\nThis is entirely up to the community so please use the mail list you\r\nvoice your opinion. Even a one liner is fine.\r\n\r\nKen.\r\n
    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (742, 'episode', '2011-06-06', 'How I Got Into Linux', 'This is an ad hoc interview with Dave, recorded on the teamspeak.cc server prior to yesterdays interview.', 'Dave', 175, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (743, 'episode', '2011-06-07', 'ILF 2011: Interview with Jason Kridner of BeagleBoard', '

    In this episode KFive interviewes Jason Kridner of BeagleBoard.

    \r\n

    http://beagleboard.org/about

    \r\n

    About BeagleBoard.org

    \r\n

    BeagleBoard.org is an all volunteer activity started-up by a collection of passionate individuals, including several employees of Texas Instruments, interested in creating powerful, open, and embedded devices. We invite you to participate and become part of BeagleBoard.org, defining its direction.

    \r\n

    Support for the Beagle Board comes from the very active development community through this website, the mailing list, and the IRC channel. Distribution is handled by Digi-Key, a major international distributor.

    \r\n

    The Beagle Board is a low-cost, fan-less single-board computer based on low-power Texas Instruments processors featuring the ARM Cortex-A8 core with all of the expandability of today''s desktop machines, but without the bulk, expense, or noise.

    \r\n', 'KFive', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (744, 'episode', '2011-06-08', 'The Language Frontier Episode 5', '

    The penultimate episode of The Language Frontier. Skirlet talks about the world''s newfound ability to communicate with one another via "the digital revolution".

    \r\n

    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 48, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (745, 'episode', '2011-06-09', 'Wingz', '

    \r\nCompany: Innovative Software (Primary: software suite smart software)
    \r\nProduct: Wingz a spreadsheet software
    \r\nFirst for the Mac, stupidest possible product, because there already was Excel
    \r\nThey hired Leonard Nimoy for the ad video, because Wingz was all about the future
    \r\nThey had a Wingz bag in different colors , which was awarded laptop accessory of the year one year by Jerry Pournelle (scifi writer) in the Chaos Manor column he wrote for BYTE Magazine.
    \r\nAfter two years the Wingz Software came out, also for Os2 and Windows and was very successful, up to 15% of the Mac market
    \r\nA special feature was that it could connect to databases
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nand the lesson learned ... (not to be spoiled here, listen to the podcast)\r\n

    ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (746, 'episode', '2011-06-13', 'Interview with Tony Whitmore about OggCamp11', '

    \r\nIn todays episode Ken interviews Tony Whitmore of the Ubuntu-UK Podcastabout OggCamp11.

    \r\n

    OggCamp 11 is a two-day technology festival\r\nbringing together the most interesting people from the Linux, Open\r\nSource and Hardware Hacking communities to share their passion and\r\nknowledge on all things geeky in a barcamp-style atmosphere.

    \r\n

    Taking place AUGUST 13 & 14, FARNHAM MALTINGS, UK

    \r\n

    \r\nOggCamp 11 is a two-day unconference where technology enthusiasts come\r\ntogether to exchange knowledge on a wide range of topics from Linux\r\nand open source software to building home automation systems. Now in\r\nits third year, the event is steadily growing and attracting\r\ninteresting speakers from all over the UK, the rest of Europe and even\r\nthe US. Since OggCamp is an unconference, speaking schedules are set\r\non the first day and everyone is free to propose a talk themselves.\r\nYou are of course free to come along and just listen to other people''s\r\ntalks but we strongly encourage everyone to take part and talk on\r\nsomething they are passionate about in technology. OggCamp was first\r\norganised by the combined forces of the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast as a filler\r\nevent after the last\r\nLugRadio Live was decided to be a one-day only event.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nFor the latest news, follow OggCamp 11 on the\r\nmicroblogging service of your choice: identi.ca / Twitter\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIf you are interested in joining the OggCamp crew or sponsoring the\r\nevent then please email oggcamp at ubuntu dash uk dot org.\r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (747, 'episode', '2011-06-13', 'Botnets and DNS Tunnelling', '

    HPR podcasting: "It''s just as easy as getting two geeks onto skype!"

    \r\n\r\n

    Finux Tech Weekly podcast: http://www.finux.co.uk/

    \r\n\r\n

    BOTNETS
    \r\n53% increase in command and control servers in Canada

    \r\n\r\n

    This number was published by Websense. They decided to invest the situation after seeing an increase in targeted attacks against the Canadian government.

    \r\n\r\n

    Interesting Statistics!
    \r\nhttp://community.websense.com/blogs/websense-news-releases/archive/2011/05/19/new-research-shows-cyber-criminals-moving-operations-to-canada.aspx

    \r\n\r\n

    Patrick Runald''s story that gets summarized, reblogged, quoted, misrepresented all over the place:
    \r\nhttp://community.websense.com/blogs/websense-insights/archive/2011/05/09/the-next-hotbed-of-cyber-crime-activity-is-canada.aspx?cmpid=prnr11.5.11

    \r\n\r\n

    Book:
    \r\nThe Cuckoo''s Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage
    \r\nby Cliff Stroll

    \r\n\r\n

    Burce Schneier''s blog: http://www.schneier.com/

    \r\n\r\n

    Tunnelling over DNS inquires
    \r\nFinux gave a number of talks (most recently at BSides London) about how you can use DNS tunnelling to bypass some of the usual protocols to access online systems that would not let you access them without being subscribed.

    \r\n\r\n

    Here are the slides:
    \r\nhttp://www.slideshare.net/bsideslondon/dns-tunnelling-its-all-in-the-name
    \r\nwith lots of links on slides 27-29, including NSTX and OzimanDNS

    ', 'finux and code.cruncher', 176, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (748, 'episode', '2011-06-14', 'My Favorite Audiocasts', '

    Today I share with you my list of favorite audiocasts w/ratings and reviews. Contact me @ dismal.science.hpr AT gmail DOT com

    ', 'Dismal Science', 141, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (749, 'episode', '2011-06-15', 'Full Cirle Podcast Editing the Podcast Part One Preparation', '

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    \r\n\r\n

    Your Host:

    \r\n\r\n

    Some time ago we received a listener request to talk about how we record and edit the Full Circle Podcast. So here it is, in several parts. Part One is all about the preparation.

    \r\n

    Runtime: 4mins 46seconds

    ', ' Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (750, 'episode', '2011-06-16', 'My path to Linux', '

    \r\n

      \r\n
    • 1995 Redhat Linux 2 \r\n
    • 2003 Redhat Linux 9 Full time Linux Usage Starts\r\n
    • 2004 Fedora Usage starts and felling a bit unhappy with my Distabution\r\n
    • Slackware Gentoo Suse Mandrake/Mandrivia Debian Ubuntu \r\n
    • 2008 Switch to Arch Linux and Can''t Be happier\r\n
    • 2010 Started using Maemo on my N900\r\n
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nContact NewAgeTechnoHippie at gmail for question or comments\r\n

    ', 'NewAgeTechnoHippie', 177, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (751, 'episode', '2011-06-19', 'Binary Evolutions', '

    \r\nThis is a submission to HPR by Lord Drachenblut and Downer\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSome links to go along with the show.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n', 'Lord Drachenblut and Downer', 178, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (752, 'episode', '2011-06-20', 'My Path to Linux: Knoppix', 'We rejoin MrGadgets path to Linux stopping off at the Knoppix station', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (753, 'episode', '2011-06-21', 'ILF 2011: Interview with Klaatu of Slackermedia', '

    In this episode KFive does unto klaatu as he has done unto others.

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://www.slackermedia.info/
    \r\n

    \r\n

    What is Slackermedia?

    \r\n

    Slackermedia is documentation providing the information a user will need to create a full multimedia studio from a Slackware base install. Inspired by Linux-From-Scratch, it is intended to be a "distro from text"; a do-it-yourself Linux studio beginning with installing Slackware and ending with what we will call "Slackermedia" with all the custom-compiled and configuration of only the best in multimedia content creation tools that Linux offers and the user requires to achieve their artistic goals.

    \r\n \r\n

    Slackermedia is not a distribution, and merely builds upon Slackware proper. Slackermedia is not a laundry list of multimedia apps that are half-finished, it is not a blueprint for how to make your distribution contain lots of multimedia apps you''ll never use, it is not a series of brainless install scripts. It is a series of tutorials on what a user will need to understand, and how they can go about installing or compiling or configuring important tools like jackd, software synths, soundfonts, gimp brushes, fonts, individual apps, backends like ffmpeg and mencoder, and much more.

    \r\n \r\n

    NOTE: Slackermedia is currently optimized for Slackware 13.1. A 13.37 version with the 2.6.38.4 kernel is in progress.

    ', 'KFive', 127, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (754, 'episode', '2011-06-22', 'The Language Frontier Episode 6', '

    \r\nIn this last episode of the language frontier on syndicated Thursday and was recorded some time ago.\r\n

    \r\n

    The final episode of The Language Frontier tackles the question of a universal language.

    \r\n

    Listen to this episode in ogg vorbis via aesdiopod.

    ', 'Skirlet', 88, 48, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (755, 'episode', '2011-06-23', 'LINUX JAZZ BALLIN'' THE JACK', '

    \r\nThe Jack Audio Driver . . .
    \r\nFor serious audio it is essential that the Linux kernel operates in real-time mode.
    \r\nSwitch on through the ''Set-up'' tab, under ''Parameters, from the QJackCtrl.
    \r\nSet the sample rate, say 44,100 for maximum compatibility.
    \r\nSet the buffer size (''Frames/Rate''), say 256 which (for me) produces an 11.6 ms latency.
    \r\nAdd two lines of code to the file ''limits.conf'' in the ''/etc/security/'' folder (before the ''# End File'' marker), as follows
    \r\n@audio - rtprio 99 and
    \r\n@audio - memlock unlimited
    \r\nCheck you are part of the ''Audio'' Group.
    \r\nOr use your ''username'' instead of ''@audio'' (in my case ''tonydenton'').
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nUpdating My Hardware . . .
    \r\nI''ve invested in an audio mixer - a Behringer Xenyx X1204USB Mixer.
    \r\n(http:// www.behringer.com/EN/Products/1204FX.aspx)
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nRe-considering My Software Bag . . .
    \r\nThe Podcast is now being recorded in ''Ardour''
    \r\n(I shall to subscribe to ''Ardour'' to keep Paul Davis developing the programme and urge others to do so.)
    \r\nI am using ''Audacity'' for mastering, with, klaatu''s configuration file.
    \r\nAnother useful programme for setting or editing ID3 Tags is ''Kid3Tag''
    \r\nI''m currently trialling ''MMA'' ''Musical Midi Accompaniment'' and ''Muse'' and ''Lilypond''
    \r\n(Hope I can dispense with Windows-based software all together.)
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMy website and Blog can be found at ''www.tonydenton.com'' and I am on Twitter as ''tonydenton.'' My Identica name is ''Bariman'' and I am occasionally found on IRC, also as ''Bariman''
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nCheers for now . . .
    \r\n

    ', 'Bariman', 150, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (756, 'episode', '2011-06-26', 'Basics of RF', '

    \r\nLinks for this episode\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    ', 'Joel', 173, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (757, 'episode', '2011-06-28', 'Episode 0: "Acknowledgement Courtesan"', '

    \r\nMy attempt to get started, finally, with HPR, including a rambling introduction and, more usefully, a review of the OpenBook DO laptop from natively Linux laptop vendor "Ohava Computers".\r\n

    ', 'Epicanis', 182, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (758, 'episode', '2011-06-28', 'Interview with Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs', '

    CCHits.net is a site promoting and featuring Creative Commons licensed music and the podcasts that play them. The site was designed with more than just this in mind. Here are some of the highlights

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • \r\n

      Encourage and Discover Great Music

      \r\n

      There''s a lot of great Creative Commons Licensed Music out there, and not enough people know just what you can get hold of! To help ease the burdon of this issue, there are three things that we do:

      \r\n
        \r\n
      • By linking directly to artist''s home sites rather than to our own holding pages for artists, we ensure that the artists get maximum exposure for their own material, without having to update our site when their own information changes!
      • \r\n
      • By linking to the source of the individual track, gives listeners a greater awareness of music sources, which hopefully should increase the exposure for sites who promote and list Creative Commons licensed music.
      • \r\n
      • By linking to podcasts which play Creative Commons licensed music, we give listeners the opportunity to find other shows that play the music they like - ultimately giving listeners a greater fountain of great music to select from, and hopefully giving them the opportunity to discover new artists and genres to add to their personal list of favourites.
      • \r\n
      \r\n
    • \r\n
    • \r\n

      Support Communities

      \r\n

      An attendor at various social groups, the original author of the code which drives cchits.net was unable to provide consistent, suitable background music for events he was involved in organising or just attending. This site was originally designed to find tracks which are generally acceptable for public play, and are available under a suitable license for public performance (which Creative Commons music should be!) By asking all submitters of music to identify the license under which the tracks are made available, as well as selecting whether tracks may not be suitable for work or family listening, it should be possible (once the code is in-place) to request from the site a suitable selection of music for playback at venues such as hackspaces, youth centres, or even just hold music for a business. Note that this site is not being created to build a re-licensing business, but instead to promote awareness of great music - there are other, better sites, that can advise and assist in the selection of Creative Commons music which are suitable for your business endeavour, but if you just want something for backing music for an hour or a whole day, this site might be (eventually!) just the thing for you.

      \r\n
    • \r\n
    • \r\n

      Create Podcasts and Improve Coding Techniques

      \r\n

      At the time of writing, cchits.net is the work of one person. For several months, Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs had been considering starting a podcast, however, he''s not exactly known for finishing projects! By making a system which is automated enough to create a daily podcast, a weekly podcast and a monthly podcast, playing music that he likes to hear, he thought it might encourage him to stick to it - especially when there are other amazing goals (see above) which come out as a side benefit. He normally has described himself as a writer of "bad PHP code", and each project he starts improves the techniques he has learned.

      \r\n

      In this instance, CCHits.net has introduced Jon to the concept of writing an API that works, a system of remote execution of code, the generation of synthesized speech and the generation of an audio track, entirely in code! Never being shy of criticism from the community, especially where code is concerned, the code has all been released under a license which encourages reuse and requires the code is re-released under the same license. \r\n

    • \r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    If you already podcast, and you play Creative Commons Licesed Music on a regular basis, you might be interested in using the API on this site to track the music that people who listen to your show have expressed an interest in. Contact show@cchits.net to find out more

    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (759, 'episode', '2011-06-29', 'LPI study group', '

    This is a 13 week podcast of the LPI study group which was conducted with the linuxbasix.com group. This is a weekly meeting from June 8th to August 31 of 2011. Details can be found at the linuxbasix forums - www.linuxbasix.com

    \r\n

    \r\nSyndicated Thursday is a channel on HPR to expose our listeners to other podcasts, interesting talks, or just the weird and wonderful.\r\n

    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (760, 'episode', '2011-06-30', '/dev/Rob0 of maintainer of the SlackBuilds.org mailing list', '

    Klaatu talks to /dev/Rob0, a Slackware user, maintainer of the SlackBuilds.org mailing list, and a presenter at the South East Linux Fest 2011.

    \r\n\r\n

    For lovers of ogg, the episode can also be found at the Gnu World Order website.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 31, 0, 'CC-BY-NC-SA', 0, 1), (761, 'episode', '2011-07-03', 'HPR Community News for June 2011', '

    New hosts

    \r\n

    \r\nWelcome to our new hosts: Dave, \r\nNewAgeTechnoHippie, and\r\nEpicanis.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Show Review

    \r\n\r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n
    741HPR AdminsHPR Community News for May 2011
    742DaveHow I Got Into Linux
    743KFiveILF 2011: Interview with Jason Kridner of BeagleBoard
    744SkirletThe Language Frontier Episode 5
    745MrGadgetsWings
    746Ken FallonInterview with Tony Whitmore about OggCamp11
    747finux and code.cruncherBotnets and DNS Tunnelling
    748Dismal ScienceMy Favorite Audiocasts
    749Robin CatlingFull Cirle Podcast Editing the Podcast Part One Preparation
    750NewAgeTechnoHippieMy path to Linux
    751Lord Drachenblut and DownerBinary Evolutions
    752MrGadgetsMy Path to Linux: Knoppix
    753KFiveILF 2011: Interview with Klaatu of Slackermedia
    754SkirletThe Language Frontier Episode 6
    755BarimanLINUX JAZZ  BALLIN'' THE JACK
    756JoelBasics of RF
    757EpicanisEpisode 0: "Acknowledgement Courtesan"
    758Ken FallonInterview with Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs
    759HPR AdminsLPI study group
    760klaatu/dev/Rob0 of maintainer of the SlackBuilds.org mailing list
    \r\n

    Thanks To

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Fifty OneFifty for the picture of the combine
    • \r\n
    • Lostnbronx, MrGadgets for allowing rescheduling
    • \r\n
    • Jonathan Nadeau for looking at the site
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    \r\n

    Apologies To

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Ice Gnu # at the end of recording
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Month in Review

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Business Cards for SELF and OggCamp11
    • \r\n
    • Shownotes in HTML
    • \r\n
    • A hair brained idea from 5150
    • \r\n
    • CC *cast and video torrent tracker
    • \r\n
    • Selecting a CMS
    • \r\n
    • hopr mirror pegwol
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Callisto.fm

    \r\n

    \r\nA Callisto. fm user suggested that you add "Hacker Public Radio" to Callisto.fm!. Unfortunately the terms of service are not compatibel with a Creative Commons lisence.\r\n

    \r\n

    CMS BACKEND

    \r\n

    \r\nAll three are on par from an accessability point of view.
    \r\nEach would require additional coding to support the features of HPR
    \r\nFor now we''ll stick with the droops(tm) cms\r\n

    \r\n

    RFC Changing show to CC-BY-SA

    \r\n

    \r\n17 hosts have replied and 100% of those that replied gave permission for the change to CC-BY-SA
    \r\n107 hosts have yet to reply.
    \r\nThis means that a little over 1/3rd of the shows have been re-licensed. I intend to email them directly as they may not be on the mail list.\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\nHi All,\r\n\r\nThis is an official request for a change of license that *NEW* shows\r\nare uploaded as.\r\n\r\nThe proposal is to change from:\r\nhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/\r\n\r\nTo http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/\r\n\r\nThe RFC 
    will be open for a month and the results will be announced\r\nhere and on July''s HPR Community News. If approved all shows after\r\nthat time will be by default CC-BY-SA unless indicated in the show\r\nnotes. Further, I would then contact everyone that has hosted so far\r\nasking if we can relisence their show(s) as CC-BY-SA.\r\n\r\nThis is entirely up to the community so please use the mail list you\r\nvoice your opinion. Even a one liner is fine.\r\n\r\nKen.\r\n


    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (762, 'episode', '2011-07-04', 'THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION: 04', '

    \r\n

    MY SITE

    \r\n

    http://info-underground.net/lnb

    \r\n

    \r\n

    ==========

    \r\n

    \r\n

    MY MICROPHONE

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    CAD GXL2200

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    (This is not where I bought mine, but the price seems pretty good -- better than I paid, anyway)

    \r\n

    \r\n

    ==========

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    SHOWS MENTIONED

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    \r\n

    Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar (At the Internet Archive)

    \r\n

    -----

    \r\nH.M.S. Lydia\r\n

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    ==========

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    MUSIC

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    Citizen Nyx

    \r\n

    Undercover

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    Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)

    \r\n

    -----

    \r\n

    Fat Chance Lester

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    Napalm Lounge (ZIP file, OGG format)

    \r\n

    Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported

    \r\n

    ==========

    \r\n

    SOUND EFFECTS

    \r\n

    \r\n

    freesound

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    Ahgghh_ses2.wav

    \r\n

    Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License

    \r\n

    -----

    \r\n

    ljudman

    \r\n

    grenade.wav

    \r\n

    Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License

    ', 'lostnbronx', 107, 52, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (763, 'episode', '2011-07-05', 'Worst movie ever', '

    \r\n

      \r\n
    1. \r\nRing of the Musketeers (TV 1992)
    2. \r\n
    3. Highway Honeys 1983
    4. \r\n
    ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (764, 'episode', '2011-07-06', 'Matt Grove of Miserware - Energy-saving computing', '

    Energy-saving computing. It’s a neat concept, saving you money by saving you electricity. That’s money off your utilitiy bill while you do your bit to save the planet. Granola is software that improves the energy efficiency of your PC or laptop. A few weeks ago I spoke to Matt Grove from Miserware, who explained how it works…

    \r\n

    Your Host:

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    Guest:

    \r\n\r\n

    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

    \r\n

    Runtime: 21mins 43seconds

    \r\n

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (765, 'episode', '2011-07-07', 'South East Linux Fest organizers', '

    Klaatu talks to the organizers of this year''s South East Linux Fest, Dave S. Yates (of the Lotta Linux Links podcast) and the tireless Mr. Jeremy Sands.

    \r\n\r\n

    For lovers of ogg, the episode can also be found at the Gnu World Order website.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 59, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (766, 'episode', '2011-07-10', 'MrGadgets finds Linux', '

    \r\nMr Gadgets continues his journey from Micro Computer to Linux stopping by O/S 2 Warp and Windows 98\r\n

    ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (767, 'episode', '2011-07-11', 'Maddog and "super dumb terminals"', '

    At the South East Linux Fest 2011, Klaatu talks to Maddog about "super dumb terminals", super computing, a sys admin''s rightful position in the world, and much more.

    \r\n\r\n

    For lovers of ogg, the episode can also be found at the Gnu World Order website.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 59, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (768, 'episode', '2011-07-12', 'Sort', '

    \r\nExamples on Wikipedia\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\n\r\nFrom http://www.unix.com/man-page/Linux/1/sort/ and on your computer man sort\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n\r\nNAME \r\n       sort - sort lines of text files\r\n \r\nSYNOPSIS \r\n       sort [OPTION]... [FILE]...\r\n       sort [OPTION]... --files0-from=F\r\n \r\nDESCRIPTION \r\n       Write sorted concatenation of all FILE(s) to standard output.\r\n \r\n       Mandatory  arguments  to  long  options are mandatory for short options\r\n       too.  Ordering options:\r\n \r\n       -b, --ignore-leading-blanks\r\n	      ignore leading blanks\r\n \r\n       -d, --dictionary-order\r\n	      consider only blanks and alphanumeric characters\r\n \r\n       -f, --ignore-case\r\n	      
    fold lower case to upper case characters\r\n \r\n       -g, --general-numeric-sort\r\n	      compare according to general numerical value\r\n \r\n       -i, --ignore-nonprinting\r\n	      consider only printable characters\r\n \r\n       -M, --month-sort\r\n	      compare (unknown) < `JAN'' < ... < `DEC''\r\n \r\n       -n, --numeric-sort\r\n	      compare according to string numerical value\r\n \r\n       -R, --random-sort\r\n	      sort by random hash of keys\r\n \r\n       --random-source=FILE\r\n	      get random bytes from FILE\r\n \r\n       -r, --reverse\r\n	      reverse the result of comparisons\r\n \r\n       --sort=WORD\r\n	      sort according to WORD: general-numeric -g,  month  -M,  numeric\r\n	      -n, random -R, version -V\r\n \r\n       -V, --version-sort\r\n	      natural sort of (version) numbers within text\r\n \r\n       Other options:\r\n \r\n       --batch-size=NMERGE\r\n	      merge at most NMERGE inputs at once; for more use temp files\r\n \r\n       -c, --check, --check=diagnose-first\r\n	      check for sorted input; do not sort\r\n \r\n       -C, --check=quiet, --check=silent\r\n	      like -c, but do not report first bad line\r\n \r\n       --compress-program=PROG\r\n	      compress temporaries with PROG; decompress them with PROG -d\r\n \r\n       --files0-from=F\r\n	      read  input  from the files specified by NUL-terminated names in\r\n	      file F; If F is - then read names from standard input\r\n \r\n       -k, --key=POS1[,POS2]\r\n	      start a key at POS1 (origin 1), end it at POS2 (default  end  of\r\n	      line)\r\
    n \r\n       -m, --merge\r\n	      merge already sorted files; do not sort\r\n \r\n       -o, --output=FILE\r\n	      write result to FILE instead of standard output\r\n \r\n       -s, --stable\r\n	      stabilize sort by disabling last-resort comparison\r\n \r\n       -S, --buffer-size=SIZE\r\n	      use SIZE for main memory buffer\r\n \r\n       -t, --field-separator=SEP\r\n	      use SEP instead of non-blank to blank transition\r\n \r\n       -T, --temporary-directory=DIR\r\n	      use  DIR	for temporaries, not $TMPDIR or /tmp; multiple options\r\n	      specify multiple directories\r\n \r\n       -u, --unique\r\n	      with -c, check for strict ordering; without -c, output only  the\r\n	      first of an equal run\r\n \r\n       -z, --zero-terminated\r\n	   
       end lines with 0 byte, not newline\r\n \r\n       --help display this help and exit\r\n \r\n       --version\r\n	      output version information and exit\r\n \r\n       POS  is	F[.C][OPTS],  where  F is the field number and C the character\r\n       position in the field; both are origin 1.  If neither -t nor -b	is  in\r\n       effect,	characters  in	a  field are counted from the beginning of the\r\n       preceding whitespace.  OPTS  is	one  or  more  single-letter  ordering\r\n       options,  which	override  global ordering options for that key.  If no\r\n       key is given, use the entire line as the key.\r\n \r\n       SIZE may be followed by the following multiplicative suffixes: % 1%  of\r\n       memory, b 1, K 1024 (default), and so on for M, G, T, P, E, Z, Y.\r\n \r\n       With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input.\r\n \r\n       ***  WARNING  ***  The locale specified by the environment affects sort\r\n       order.  Set LC_
    ALL=C to get the traditional sort order that uses native\r\n       byte values.\r\n \r\nAUTHOR \r\n       Written by Mike Haertel and Paul Eggert.\r\n \r\nREPORTING BUGS \r\n       Report sort bugs to bug-coreutils@gnu.org\r\n       GNU coreutils home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/\r\n       General help using GNU software: http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/\r\n \r\nCOPYRIGHT \r\n       Copyright  (C)  2009  Free Software Foundation, Inc.  License GPLv3+: GNU\r\n       GPL version 3 or later .\r\n       This is free software: you are free  to	change	and  redistribute  it.\r\n       There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.\r\n \r\nSEE ALSO \r\n       The  full documentation for sort is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If\r\n       the info and sort programs are properly installed  at  your  site,  the\r\n       command\r\n \r\n	      info coreutils ''sort invocation''\r\n \r\n       should give you access to the complete manual.\
    r\n \r\nGNU coreutils 7.4		 October 2009			       \r\n
    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    \r\nThe command that promped me to record this episode\r\n

    \r\ncat camera-x.txt | sed ''s[Camera Model Name               : [[g''| \\\r\nawk -F '';'' ''{print $2" "$1}'' | \\\r\nsort -i -b -k1,1 -u | \\\r\ngrep -v "^ "\r\n
    \r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (769, 'episode', '2011-07-13', 'Linux Outlaws 215 - Bitcoin Discussion', '

    \r\nOn HPR, Thursdays are reserved to showcase other Creative Commons works. We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we''ll add it to the queue.\r\n

    \r\n

    Linux Outlaws 215 - Bitcoin Discussion

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nReleased: June 29, 2011
    Length: 1:59:54

    \r\n

    \r\nDan and Fab discuss the technology and politics of the Bitcoin crypto-currency.

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nIn this special in-depth episode of the show, Dan and Fab discuss the Bitcoin crypto-currency. This is a very detailed episode, so you better settle in and get a hot beverage of your choice.

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nLinks for the show:

    \r\n

    \r\nOur Bitcoin address: 1GC2PU7nPi8vnDni3NoywTtKYsJHJ9SJHA

    \r\n\r\n

    http://sixgun.org/linuxoutlaws/215

    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (770, 'episode', '2011-07-14', 'byobu', '

    \r\nbyobu is a script that launches GNU screen in the byobu configuration. This enables the display of system information and status notifications\r\nwithin two lines at the bottom of the screen session. It also enables multiple tabbed terminal sessions, accessible through simple keystrokes. \r\n

    \r\n\r\n', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (771, 'episode', '2011-07-17', 'Mischief Managed', '

    With Customs in various countries acting as Copyright Cops, using any excuse to rifle through your personal and private data not only for threats, but copyright infringement. Wouldn''t it be great to have invisible ink? You can get your private data through Customs, under the scrutiny of the Copyright Cops while also being a fully cooperative model citizen.

    \r\n

    ThistleWeb discusses three ways to do this with the drawbacks of each.

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Using a Cloud service of some sort to store your data on as you travel, where you upload then download after going through Customs.
    • \r\n
    • Using a decoy user account on your regular installed distro
    • \r\n
    • Using a decoy distro as a dual boot
    • \r\n
    \r\n

    Harry Potter got the Marauders Map in book three, which transforms to blank parchment with a tap of the wand the words "mischief managed" so nobody knows it''s a dynamic map of Hogwarts and it''s inhabitants. Now your laptop or netbook can have the same invisible ink qualities.

    \r\n

    So repeat after me "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good!"

    \r\n

    Just like the GPL, use at your own risk.

    ', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (772, 'episode', '2011-07-18', 'Circuit Bending', '

    I realize that what I have done is not\r\ntruly circuit bending, but I felt that it was interesting and \r\n

    \r\n

    was the closest related topic to my\r\nhacking. \r\n

    \r\n



    \r\n

    \r\n

    Tools I have used:

    \r\n

    Precission Screw drivers: flat,philips,\r\ntorx, triwing, and allen

    \r\n

    knife or wire cutter

    \r\n

    soldering iron

    \r\n

    electrical tape

    \r\n

    package of various resitors

    \r\n

    varialbe resistors ( potentiometers)

    \r\n

    Capacitors

    \r\n

    super glue

    \r\n



    \r\n

    \r\n

    Here are some links that may be useful for this type of hacking.

    \r\n

    Disassemply

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screw_drive

    \r\n

    Actual Circuit bending

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circuit_bending

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    http://www.circuitbending.com/

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    http://www.circuitbenders.co.uk/

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    Passsive Audio Filtering \r\n

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    http://www.dact.com/html/passive_preamp.html

    \r\n

    http://fluxmonkey.com/electronoize/passiveDividersFilters.htm

    \r\n

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resistor

    \r\n

    Soldering

    \r\n

    http://www.kingbass.com/soldering101.html

    \r\n



    \r\nContact NewAgeTechnoHippie at gmail \r\nfor question or comments\r\n

    \r\n', 'NewAgeTechnoHippie', 177, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (773, 'episode', '2011-07-19', 'Gabriel Weinberg of DuckDuckGo', '

    \r\nTodays interview is with Gabriel Weinberg, founder of DuckDuckGo
    \r\nDuckDuckGo is a search engine based in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania that uses information from crowd-sourced sites (like Wikipedia) with the aim of augmenting traditional results and improving relevance. The search engine philosophy emphasizes privacy and does not record user information.\r\n

    \r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (774, 'episode', '2011-07-20', 'Full Cirle Podcast Part Two Recording Editing the Podcast', '

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    \r\n\r\n

    Your Host:

    \r\n\r\n

    Some time ago we received a listener request to talk about how we record and edit the Full Circle Podcast. So here it is, in several parts. Part Two is all about the recording itself.

    \r\n

    Runtime: 5mins 14seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (775, 'episode', '2011-07-21', 'HPR AudioBookClub Shadowmagic', '

    \r\nIn this episode of the HPR audio book club Dann Washko, Integgroll, and pokey discuss the podiobooks.com presentation of Shadowmagic written and read by John Lenahan. Also Ken Fallon has recorded a very special opening segment which we''ve included for your edification. This episode contains spoilers, in the second half, so please listen to the audiobook for yourself before listening to the podcast all the way through. All three hosts and our guest, Ken Fallon, enjoyed and recommend the book.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYou can download this audiobook for free (or voluntary donation) from http://www.podiobooks.com/title/shadowmagic \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nFor more information regarding Shadowmagic and it''s author, please visit http://www.shadowmagic.co.uk/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe paperback edition of Shadowmagic can be purchased at http://www.bookdepository.com/book/9781905548927/Shadowmagic\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe music from Shadowmagic was pervormed by Lúnasa. It received mixed, but enthusiastic opinions form our hosts. You can find out more about Lunasa at their website http://www.lunasa.ie/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nDuring this show the hosts also discuss alcohol beverages. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOur next audiobook will be Handbook for the Criminally Insane by Brian Holtz. It is available at podiobooks.com The direct link is: http://www.podiobooks.com/title/handbook-for-the-criminally-insane\r\n

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    \r\n

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    \r\nKen''s Link to the correct pronunciation of Oisin http://www.pronouncenames.com/search?name=oisin \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWe all had a great time recording this show, and we hope you enjoyed it as well. Thank you very much for listening.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSincerely,\r\nThe HPR_AudioBookClub\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, we have included a few.

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    \r\nToday on HPR we dip into the past and pluck out a gem for our Syndicated Thursday slot.\r\n

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    \r\nTaken from http://tenbuckreview.net/2010/episode-13-wargames-2/\r\n

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    Would you like to play a game? How about a nice game of thermonuclear war? Strap in as we review a classic movie about hacking and nuclear tensions.

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    ', 'Lord Drachenblut', 24, 51, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (780, 'episode', '2011-07-29', 'NovaCut', 'klaatu talks to Jason DeRose about NovaCut (http://novacut.com/)\r\n
    \r\nThe fund raiser will end on Friday Jul 29, 11:00pm EDT and they have 774 Backers. They already have raised $25,435 of their $25,000 goal\r\n
    \r\nhttp://www.kickstarter.com/projects/novacut/novacut-pro-video-editor', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (781, 'episode', '2011-07-31', 'HPR news for July 2011', '

    New hosts

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    \r\nThere were no new hosts this month. We''re always looking for new hosts so please contribute a show.\r\n\r\n

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    761HPR AdminsHPR Community News for June 2011
    762lostnbronxTHEATER OF THE IMAGINATION: 04
    763MrGadgetsWorst movie ever
    764Robin CatlingMatt Grove of Miserware - Energy-saving computing
    765klaatuSouth East Linux Fest organizers
    766MrGadgetsMrGadgets finds Linux
    767klaatuMaddog and "super dumb terminals"
    768Ken FallonSort
    769HPR AdminsLinux Outlaws 215 - Bitcoin Discussion
    770JWPbyobu
    771ThistlewebMischief Managed
    772NewAgeTechnoHippieCircuit Bending
    773Ken FallonGabriel Weinberg of DuckDuckGo
    774Robin CatlingFull Cirle Podcast Part Two Recording Editing the Podcast
    775HPR_AudioBookClubHPR AudioBookClub Shadowmagic
    776MrGadgetsOpen Shorts ep 3
    777Josh Knapp, Voeltz, StankDawgWhat is Cloud?
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    779Lord Drachenblut10 Buck Review: War Games
    780klaatuNovaCut
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    RFC Changing show to CC-BY-SA

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    Events

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    OggCamp 11 is a free two-day unconference (unscheduled conference) for anyone who loves anything related to technology, data, culture, community, open source...and more!

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    AUGUST 13 & 14, FARNHAM MALTINGS

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    November 4-6, 2011

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    Days Inn Stadium
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    \r\nNashville, TN 37213

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    What is PhreakNIC?

    PhreakNIC is Nashville''s annual hacker con. Anyone is welcome to attend. We create an environment where people who are interested in the more underground elements of technology can meet, exchange ideas and hopefully teach/learn. The primary focus is on computers and computer security, but we also cover other topics, such as radio (ham, pirate & low-power/community), SETI work, robotics, high-power rocketry, satellites, phones and phreaking, cryptography, etc. PhreakNIC is organized annually by Nashville 2600 a non-profit organization.

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    Pre-Registration is available again through click and pledge at store.phreaknic.info. If you pre-register this year please use the "Customize your con badge" link in the menu to submit your visage/logo for your badge. This will be our fifteenth year and we hope you will make plans to join us.

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    Who is PhreakNIC

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    PhreakNIC is attended by anyone with a curious mind. That being said we are now accepting papers for this year. If you would like to give a talk submit your name and a brief synopsis of what you''d like to talk about to president -at- nashville2600.org.

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    It''s the one you''ve all been waiting for, the meat and potatoes of this series, the edit process for our show. This is where is gets seriously messy...

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    Runtime: 12mins 34seconds

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    Your Host:

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    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (785, 'episode', '2011-08-04', 'binaural recording', '

    \r\nhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/quvmoh/5976661064/in/photostream\r\n

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    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binaural_recording\r\n

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    \r\nhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/quvmoh/\r\n

    \r\n ', 'Quvmoh', 110, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (786, 'episode', '2011-08-07', 'Streaming sporting events', 'In this show droops asks for help on live recording a sporting event.', 'droops', 1, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (787, 'episode', '2011-08-08', 'Grep for tab', 'In todays summer short Ken tells us about how you can grep for a tab in a file.
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    \r\nfor more information see http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/tab-in-bash-script-242400/#post4386714', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 60, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (788, 'episode', '2011-08-09', 'Bitcoin', 'Inspired by episode 769, JWP gives some feedback on Linux Outlaws 215 - Bitcoin Discussion', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (789, 'episode', '2011-08-10', 'GeekNights Git: the fast version control system', '

    \r\nYou are listening to syndicated thursday on hacker public radio\r\n

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    \r\nEach thursday we high light a creative commons work and today it''s GeekNights\r\n

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    \r\nIn this episode they talk about Git: the fast version control system\r\n

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    \r\nThe technical discussion begins about 30 minutes in.\r\n

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    \r\nFrom http://frontrowcrew.com/geeknights/20110801/git/\r\n

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    Tonight on GeekNights, we talk about Git: the fast version control system. First, Scott discovers the sadness of attempting to develop iOS Applications on our poor old Mac Mini (Core Solo), Rym built his HTPC, and GeekNights has a fancy new Facebook page. In the news, commodity face recognition, data mining, and data aggregation will do exactly what we expected and can, among other things, reveal your SSN. Adobe releases a preview of Edge.

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (790, 'episode', '2011-08-11', 'guake a drop-down terminal emulator', '

    \r\nAn episode proclaiming the wonders of guake, a drop-down terminal emulator in the tradition of the terminal in Quake.\r\n

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    \r\nI also mention Yakuake if you''re a big fan of KDE.\r\n

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    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quake_%28video_game%29
    \r\nhttp://www.guake.org', 'diablomarcus', 184, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (791, 'episode', '2011-08-14', 'Interview with Moose about Ohio LinuxFest', '

    \r\nIn today''s episode Ken talks to Moose one of the organizers of Ohio Linux Fest\r\n

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    About the Ohio LinuxFest

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    The Ohio LinuxFest is a grassroots conference for the GNU/Linux/Open Source Software/Free Software community that started in 2003 as a large inter-LUG meeting and has grown steadily since. It is a place for the community to gather and share information about Linux and Open Source Software.

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    A large expo area adjacent to the conference rooms will feature exhibits from our sponsors as well as a large .org section from non-profit Open Source/Free Software projects.

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    The Ohio LinuxFest welcomes people from all 50 states and international participants. We''ve had participants from Canada, England, Argentina, Brazil, and Australia in years past.

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    Contact Info

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    Contact us if you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help.

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    We understand that some people need special assistance to fully enjoy our conference. If we can help you find a wheelchair, arrange for an ASL translator or a guide for the sight impaired, or any other special need, please let us know at assist@ohiolinux.org. Sorry, we cannot help with child care needs. Please understand that organizing some things take time and are best pre-arranged. If you need help the day of the event please contact a staff person for assistance. We will handle your request or complaint as quickly as possible.

    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (792, 'episode', '2011-08-16', 'Biaural Recording', 'MrGadgets calls in feedback on episode 785 on binaural recording that was hosted by Quvmoh', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (793, 'episode', '2011-08-16', 'Server/Client relationship, DHCP server', '

    Remember back in the 400s of HPR when Klaatu was doing a Networking Basics miniseries? Well, its back, with an introduction to the concept of the Server / Client relationship, how to set up a server as an internet gateway and a DHCP server.

    \r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (794, 'episode', '2011-08-17', 'Full Circle Podcast U-Cubed De-brief', '

    01:51 | De-Brief of the U-CUBED Event...

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    Les Pounder takes us through the day of Sat. April 2nd at Mad-Lab, Manchester, UK. U-Cubed is a free ''unconference'' for devotees of free and Open Source software. Co-inciding with the release of Ubuntu 11.04 Beta 1, the event drew Linux enthusiasts from across the North-West of England for testing, demo''s, talks, Linux installs and workshops.

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    We also go over some of the technology news.

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    Your Hosts:

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    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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    Runtime: 32mins 17seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (795, 'episode', '2011-08-18', 'John Uren on FLOSS in the UK Civil Service', '

    \r\nIn this episode Ken talks to John Uren who works in the UK Civil Service. They discuss the issues around Crown Copyright and how it relates to open source. John maintains an etherpad server and has been involved in organizing a open source week to highlight the benefits of open source and free software to Government departments.
    \r\nhttps://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/EtherPad\r\n

    \r\n

    Duration: 00:05:49

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (796, 'episode', '2011-08-21', 'Shane Marks Hacker Space Week Ireland', '

    \r\nThe HPR feed will be changing this week please email admin at hpr if you have issues
    \r\nApologies for the cliping on Ken''s side
    \r\n\r\nIn today''s interview Ken talks to Shane Marks from the Nexus maker space in Cork Ireland.
    \r\nThe Irish Hackerspaces Weekruns from Saturday 20th until Sunday 28th of August.
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    \r\nDuration: 00:20:15

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    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (797, 'episode', '2011-08-22', 'How I got into linux', '

    \r\nIn today''s show we are introduced to a new host Mike Hingley as he explains how he got into linux.\r\n
    \r\nDuration: 00:04:47

    ', 'Mike Hingley', 185, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (798, 'episode', '2011-08-23', 'The IBM Model M Keyboard', '

    \r\nIn this exciting adventure Germ talks about the wonders of the best keyboard ever produced.\r\n

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    \r\nLinks:
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    \r\nLinux Variant : http://pckeyboards.stores.yahoo.net/linux101.html
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    \r\nOther Keyboard Worth Mentioning:
    \r\nDas Keyboard : http://www.daskeyboard.com/
    \r\nCherry : http://www.cherrycorp.com/english/keyboards/index.htm
    \r\nHappy Hacking : http://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=pfu_keyboards,hhkbpro2&pid=pdkb400b
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    ', 'Germ', 186, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (799, 'episode', '2011-08-24', 'Part Four Assembly, Editing the Podcast', '

    Hello world and welcome to our on Hacker Public Radio. Part four in our series on producing the podcast. We''ve prep''d, recorded and edited all the segments, it''s time to bolt it all together to try to produce something greater than the sum of its parts.

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    Runtime: 7mins 56seconds

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    Your Host:

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    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at http://fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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    Klaatu begins a three-part series on packaging applications for GNU Linux and BSD. In this first episode, he covers Slackbuilds using SigFLUP''s yesplz as an example.

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    Get this episode in ogg vorbis courtesy the GNU World Order.

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    \r\nToday Ken interviews Ana Nelson on Dexy a software package to make documentation easy fun and maintainable. @dexyit !hpr\r\n

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    What is Dexy?

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    Dexy is a tool for writing documents which relate to code. This might mean software documentation, journal articles relating to computational research, a code tutorial on your blog, writing up computer science class assignments, pretty much anything. You can think of Dexy as a very fancy ''make'' tool with lots of document-related features and powerful filters. Dexy is open source, licensed under the MIT license.

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    \r\nFollow on twitter http://twitter.com/#!/dexyit\r\n

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    From HPR @ OggCamp11
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    \r\nThis is a the "hour call" to Jason DeRose after making a $100 pledge to novacut. http://novacut.com/ @novacut @hpr !hpr\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBack in episode 0780, klaatu interviewed Jason DeRose about NovaCut. At the time they were running a kickstarter campaign to raise money to fund the project.
    \r\nsaras fox was one of the contributors and that earned him a hour long conversation which we bring to you today.\r\n

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    \r\nFind NovaCut on:\r\n

    \r\nYou can contact saras fox on Google+ https://plus.google.com/106479011389609622954/posts\r\n

    ', 'saras fox', 188, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (804, 'episode', '2011-08-31', 'Wayne Myers from Fit and the Conniptions at OggCamp', '

    \r\n@conniptions !hpr. In todays show Ken interviews Wayne Myers from the band Fit and the Conniptions recorded at http://www.oggcamp.org.
    \r\nFollowing the interview we play the presentation and edit in the full length song "Solemn Ground"
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    From HPR @ OggCamp11
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    About

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    I''m Wayne Myers, a singer-songwriter from London. I''ve been recording and performing bluesy folk-rock under the name Fit and the Conniptions since December 2005.

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    Sweet Sister Starlight, my second studio album, was released online on 21st March 2011, and is now also available on CD while stocks last. The first album, Bless Your Heart, was released in July 2007, followed in November 2008 by an acoustic live EP Live At Monkey Chews.\r\n\r\n\r\n

    All releases are available to download from Bandcamp - you can pay as much or as little as you want / can afford, including zero. If you like CDs, there are still some copies of the first two releases left at CDBaby also.

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    \r\nPro Audio On Linux\r\n

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    \r\nThis is an augmented podcast, for the blind, visually impaired, or for those of us away from a screen.
    \r\nIf you would like to help out creating the text of the OggCamp presentations for me to read out, then please email admin at hacker public radio dot org.
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    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (805, 'episode', '2011-09-01', 'How Monster Cable got it''s name', 'In todays episode he explains how Monster Cable got it''s name and why you needed them then but do you still need to use them now ? With notes on innovating MrGadgets will be at the OhioLinuxFest', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (806, 'episode', '2011-09-04', 'HPR news for Aug 2011', '

    New hosts

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    \r\nWelcome to our new hosts: \r\nJVoeltz, \r\ndiablomarcus, \r\nMike Hingley, \r\nGerm, \r\nSunzofman1, and\r\nsaras fox\r\n

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    782MrGadgetsTechnological ethics of Open Source Software
    783Dismal ScienceLibertarianism + IT, a match made in heaven?
    784Robin CatlingFull Circle Podcast Part Three The Edit
    785Quvmohbinaural recording
    786droopsStreaming sporting events
    787Ken FallonGrep for tab
    788JWPBitcoin
    789HPR AdminsGeekNights Git: the fast version control system
    790diablomarcusguake a drop-down terminal emulator
    791Ken FallonInterview with Moose about Ohio LinuxFest
    792MrGadgetsBiaural Recording
    793klaatuServer/Client relationship, DHCP server
    794Robin CatlingFull Circle Podcast U-Cubed De-brief
    795Ken FallonJohn Uren on FLOSS in the UK Civil Service
    796Ken FallonShane Marks Hacker Space Week Ireland
    797Mike HingleyHow I got into linux
    798GermThe IBM Model M Keyboard
    799Robin CatlingPart Four Assembly, Editing the Podcast
    800Sunzofman1WebOS
    801klaatuSlackbuilds
    802Ken FallonAna Nelson on Dexy software documentation
    803saras foxA novacut support call
    804Ken FallonWayne Myers from Fit and the Conniptions at OggCamp
    805MrGadgetsHow Monster Cable got it''s name
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    Thanks To

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    • Joshua Knapp for the server admin work
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    • Becky Newborough, Philip Newborough
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    • Johan Paul for checking our RSS feed
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    • Everyone that gave feedback on the podcatcher you use
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    • Everyone that gave feedback on the new feed
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    • Le Krayon for the tip on get_flash_videos
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    • Henry Patrick Reilly for allowing us to use his Google+ account
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    • Andy Piper for the website feedback
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    • All the organisers and crew of OggCamp 11
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    Apologies To

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    • Germ for the delay in getting the stickers out
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    OggCamp

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    \r\nAll the presentations and material are on the website http://hackerpublicradio.org/media/hpr-presentation-oggcamp/\r\nShows in the main and syndicated Thursday queue will follow scheduling rules Scheduling Rules, so we still have free slots.
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    New Outro

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    \r\nWe have moved provides some time ago and we need to include an advertisement for our sponsor (Lunar pages) in the outro. I have edited all the episodes that are currently in the queue to have the new outro but going forward I would appreciate it if you could switch to the new outro which can be found here http://hackerpublicradio.org/media/theme-music/outro-mono.mp3. All the versions including the original slick0 master flac, can be found at http://hackerpublicradio.org/media/theme-music/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe text for the outro is in the file hpr-outro-text.txt and I''d like to get a versions from every host and listener, with the idea of editing them together to have multiple versions with each line read by different people. Please submit those in high quality WAV or FLAC with spaces between each line to allow for easy editing.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAfter recording a HPR news segment at my brother-in-law''s studio he was inspired to record a intro and outro for HPR and he''d appreciate your feedback. Give the files starting in http://hackerpublicradio.org/media/theme-music/ rollercostermusic.com* a listen.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIt would also help greatly if you could provide shownotes with your episode in html as otherwise I need to listen to your shows and make the shownotes for you which will result in a delay in your show getting posted. We are now also officially CC-BY-SA so if you are releasing your show in any other format you need to make note of that\r\nin your show and in the shownotes.\r\n

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    Month in Review

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    Casting Call

    \r\nA while back 5150 proposed that we produce an audiobook using only HPR contributors as actors. Several people Responded positively, and said they would like to participate. Well, we now have a script. It was originally written as a screenplay, so it needs a little work to make the visual bits work as audio only, but I don''t think that will take too long. It''s almost ready to go as is. 5150 and Integgroll have stepped up to help me make editorial and casting decisions and get other producer type stuff done.
    \r\n\r\n
    This is a casting call of sorts. We need some voice actors, but we''ll also need some sound effects, and perhaps some music. I may ask people to create sound effects, and upload them to the freesound project, or just to find such sounds. I''m not sure what We''ll need yet, but I''d like to know who' 's interested in helping out. I was considering asking the Open Source Musician''s Podcast to consider doing a "tune storm" for some music, but I''d like to know if you guys think we should keep it all in house, or collaborate on that.
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    The story is a SciFi/adventure that''s also a lighthearted Free Software allegory, so it''s a perfect fit for HPR. It will run between 50 and 80 minutes, I think, so it may be broken up into two or three episodes if it''s too long for just one. I''m really not sure.
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    The plan is to record with actors using mumble but also recording locally to get the best possible sound quality. I''ll mix it all in audacity, unless someone else wants that job, or wants to do it with ardour or whatever.
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    As is, There are 4 male roles, 3 female roles, and 6 androgynous roles. Most of the male and female roles could be swapped also to match our supply of actors. If we get more people than that, We''ll add parts to make sure that everyone who''s interested can participate. The protagonist and major roll is female. She will have a majority of the speaking parts, thus the biggest time commitment of all the actors.
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    If you''re interested, please send me a voice sample so I can sort out the cast, or let me know what you''re willing to do so I have some idea about that too. Please use my personal email address for this so that we don''t clutter up the regular mailing list. pdailey03@gmail.com
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    Thank you for hearing me out on this.
    \r\npokey\r\n\r\n
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    The Linux News Podcast

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    \r\nHi fellow podcaster,
    \r\n
    \r\nI have just launched a new podcast. You know as well as I do it is hard to get the news out. I was wondering if you would please be so kind as to give it a listen. Any feedback would be appreciated. And if you like it, a mention in your podcast would be very kind. If you do, please email me so I can put a link on my website to your show.
    \r\n
    \r\nAlso if you ever need a guest on your show, please feel free to email me and let me know. If you want to know a little more about me please check out my website under About. You can also email me any questions you may have.
    \r\n
    \r\nSo what is my new podcast? The Linux News Podcast. The Linux News Podcast was designed to fill a much needed gap in audio shows covering exclusively Linux, Android, and Open Source news. The podcast aims to be relevant, accurate, fair, clear, timely, interesting and concise.
    \r\n
    \r\nThe podcast aims to be relevant by focusing on topic of interest to Linux users. I focus on such topics such as software freedom, Linux development, Open Source software, Android and mobile devises, security issues, and Linux distribution releases. Special attention is given to the top ten Linux distributions: Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, Debian, openSUSE, Arch, PCLinuxOS, Puppy Linux, Sabayon, and CentOS.
    \r\n
    \r\nThe podcast is less than 15 minutes long and is released every Tuesday and Friday evenings.
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\nThank you so much for your help in spreading the news.
    \r\n
    \r\nHere is the Official Press Release: http://www.prlog.org/11624836-new-linux-news-podcast.html
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    \r\nSincerely,
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    \r\nJay Forrest,
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    \r\n ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (829, 'episode', '2011-10-06', 'Interview with Prof Jocelyn Bell-Burnell', '

    \r\nWelcome to hacker public radio\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nEach Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTodays show is from the Jodcast podcast and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 2.0 England & Wales License \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n"The Jodcast is a volunteer podcast about astronomy set up by astronomers based at the University of Manchester''s Jodrell Bank but aims to cover astronomy carried out all over the Earth and beyond."\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nIn todays show, aired in June two thousand and seven they interview Jocelyn Bell-Burnell on the 40th aniversary of her discovery of pulsars.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTodays Syndicated Thursday show was recommended by DelWin \r\n

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    \r\nIf you have a recommendation for syndicated thursday then please email it to admin at hacker public radio dot org\r\n

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    \r\nenjoy\r\n

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    \r\nhttp://www.jodcast.net/\r\n

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    \r\nhttp://www.jodcast.net/archive/200706/\r\n

    \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (807, 'episode', '2011-09-05', 'MaraDNS', '

    Klaatu continues his Networking Basics series with a howto set up a simple DNS server using MaraDNS.

    \r\n\r\n

    Get the ogg vorbis version from the Gnu World Order.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (808, 'episode', '2011-09-06', 'Interview with Yancy Smith', '

    \r\nCheapskate Computing\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTranscriber''s notes: This is probably 95%-97% accurate. I made sure to get most of the important parts, even slowing down the recording - but some stuff just did not come out clearly. We were in a very quiet room, but the Fuze''s mic is not professional quality. Transcriptions marked with an asterisk * are my best guess / paraphrase. There aren''t many.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe Carolina Free PC organization that Yancy mentions can be found here:\r\nhttps://sites.google.com/site/carolinafreepc/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAudio notes: Volume normalization & removal of bias, and the noise of me pressing buttons on the Fuze was removed. There is no editing for content.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: So hi, I''m here with Yancy Smith, he was doing a...like a donation project he called the "Scrapper Project" here at SELF, I just wanted to ask him a couple questions about it.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Hi Yancy.\r\n

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    \r\nYancy: Hi. Um.\r\n

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    \r\nBroam: So tell me about it.\r\n

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    \r\nYancy: Well basically we take the time*, we take old computers from labs and computer stores, they give them to me; I recycle them to someone else. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAnd a couple weeks ago I got clearance in talking Dave Yates, our president, said, "can we do this here at our function" here at SELF. and I sent out to all our club members and to most of my facebook friends, we didn''t put on the general list, we just tryin'' this out. We didn''t have no donations this time, but some of us bought some stuff in, mainly me, brought some old stuff in, to get rid of because I don''t have the room...and... it didn''t turn out so well, but had a couple of bags to send with the Athens [?] team home, so they enjoyed that.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: That''s cool. I have some other questions here... let''s see here... um. so professional. So is this mostly you organizing this on your own, or?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Yeah. But I''m working with the Carolina Free PC Foundation. I emailed them, they said they would be glad to take, and they emailed me back. Emailed Athens a week ago, but they didn''t get my email in time, but they said next year, talk to such & such and they would know who to talk to. I''d be willing to open it to anyone.\r\n

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    \r\nBroam: Okay. Is this the first year you''ve done this, or?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Yeah, it''s first time. It''s an ad-hoc thing, our group - the club, Upstate Carolina Linux user group. ( www.uclug.org ), is a meritocracy, but I still asked for permission.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Cool obviously crossing off a ton of questions here and who are you going to give the donated computers to? Other foundations, or?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Mainly, um, if there had been some this year, there would have been a three-way split - who needs what parts. I found out that the Carolina [group] wanted the hard drives and certain memory sets and things, they would have gotten that. Free PCs they had certain amounts that wanted, and the rest I would have taken home or send on to someone else down the road.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Ok. And uh, and did you look at any other projects - I know you contacted some people, but did you look at other, like, similar things that people have done on line, like, say Freegeek or Helios Initiative for anything like that, for ideas?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Mainly it''s between, um, I haven''t heard of them too much; but like what I said I''m following the guidelines of the Carolina PC and some of the Athens stuff. I happen to know um, what we - I had contact with them last year and so if there''s something they can use...\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Ok. You said something in the Facebook post you sent me about Linux being required by South Carolina state law. Could you explain that a little more?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Well it''s... that was a misstatement. What I was saying was that by State law requires you to send off the parts and metals stuff, not in the trash they send it off to a scrapyard - \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Oh, ok... yeah I...\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: but the part about the Linux is I put Linux on there because it wipes the drive down completely and clearly because of the data retention laws, that''s why\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: aaaah, ok.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: see a lot of the stores, I go into a thift store, like a Goodwill or a church store, they don''t really wipe down the systems they build. They don''t have the [expertise]. They just wipe* a couple directories and think it''s sanitized. That is a dangeorus thing to do.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Yes, I know... (In retrospect, sounds kinda flippant, sorry. I meant to agree with him here. ed.)\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: That and the license - any issues of rebuilding windows, I do that only when I have a holographic key. So it''s just like even if I have a key I still put Linux on top of it, so if there''s an issue with Windows, I can recover but also I still can introduce them to Linux, because games, software, photos...\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Everything is free, everything is legally transferrable.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Yeah. Especially there''s an application called Photo...photo wall or photoroom, it''s sorta like Apple''s album* for all your photos. It''s the coolest thing.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: Cool! And I have one last question ...got any stuff for me?\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Um...\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: *laughter*\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nYancy: Not much left. Athens took off with all of my stuff.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nBroam: All right. Thanks a lot, Yancy. I appreciate your time.\r\n

    \r\n ', 'Broam', 143, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (809, 'episode', '2011-09-07', 'talk geek to me', '

    In todays syndicated Thursday DeepGeek allows us to play TGTM #28 - Segmented Downloading aired on 2011-09-05

    \r\n

    \r\n “Segmented downloading” is a way of getting your file by getting pieces of your file from different webservers, which mirror each other with identical content. If “bittorrent” comes to mind, then you’re following me. It is essentially using full-fledged webservers as if they were bittorrent seeds. But in order to understand why you would want to do this, you need to understand some things about old-school downloads and some things about bittorrent, before you can understand the “why,” then the “how,” of segmented downloading\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nFor Complete shownotes see http://www.talkgeektome.us/tgtm-28-segmented-downloading.html\r\n

    ', 'deepgeek', 73, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (810, 'episode', '2011-09-08', 'Hello HPR!', 'Joe introduces himself and takes the podcasting (and the automobile) for a spin. (Note: podcast ''n drive responsibly!)', 'Joe Wakumara', 189, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (811, 'episode', '2011-09-11', 'creative commons torrent tracker', '

    Klaatu and Thistleweb talk about the creative commons torrent tracker project Thistleweb and Cobra2 have embarked upon.

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://unseenstudio.co.uk/tracker

    ', 'Thistleweb', 106, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (812, 'episode', '2011-09-12', 'Are they a patent trool', 'Mr. Gadgets gives us useful tips on how to determine if one is a patent troll or not. ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (813, 'episode', '2011-09-13', 'Gemma Cameron aka @ruby_gem about Barcamp Blackpool', '

    \r\nIn todays show Ken talks to Gemma Cameron aka @ruby_gem about Barcamp Blackpool\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Barcamp Blackpool is a free ‘unconference’ with no scheduled speakers. Attendees arrive on the day armed with talks and decide which ones they want to go along to! The talks can be on anything, from android application development to learning the British Sign Language to Electronic Organs played by BBC Micros! But don’t worry, you don’t have to do a talk to participate! The event is paid for by lovely sponsors. Get in touch if you want to sponsor us!

    \r\n

    When: Saturday 15th October 2011 Where: Blackpool Pleasure Beach (inside the white Casino Building) Twitter: @bcblackpool Tags: #bcblackpool Google Group: http://groups.google.co.uk/group/bcblackpool

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (814, 'episode', '2011-09-14', 'The Knightcast KC0054 : Setting up Amahi', '

    \r\nIn todays syndicated Thursday origionally aired on Friday, 09 September 2011, we have The Knightcast KC0054 : Setting up Amahi. \r\n

    \r\nThis week we do a deep-geek-dive into setting up Amahi , A powerful server for the home with the ease of use of a smartphone. Web based interfaces, Point-and-click addition of applications, tons of Geeky functionality : Its all there in Amahi. With a spot of music from Planet Boelex and a recording made ''on the road'' its another "Knightcast".

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://www.knightwise.com/knightcast-podcast/854-the-knightcast-kc0054-setting-up-amahi\r\n

    ', 'Knightwise', 111, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (815, 'episode', '2011-09-15', 'Software Freedom Day Dundee 2011', '

    Software Freedom Day Dundee 2011

    \r\n

    \r\nAn event to celebrate and promote the use of free and open source software\r\n

    \r\n

    Who Are We

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    "The Open Society" and the "Tayside Linux User Group" have long been establishing their names within the local Free and Open Source Community, as centres of support and advocacy for people from all walks of life. This September we will be showcasing some of the best that our local community has to offer.

    \r\n\r\n

    What is Software Freedom Day

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    Software Freedom Day (SFD) is a worldwide celebration of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). Our goal in this celebration is to educate the worldwide public about of the benefits of using high quality software in education, in government, at home and in business - in short, everywhere! The non-profit company Software Freedom International coordinates SFD at a global level, providing support, give-aways and a point of collaboration, but volunteer teams around the world organize the local SFD events to impact their own communities.
    visit softwarefreedomday.org \r\n

    \r\n
    Scheduled Talks
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    Introduction - 10:00am
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    • What is Free and Open Source Software by Ryan Ward
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    • On Expectations, Requirements and Survival when Starting with Linux by Markus Tauber
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    • What is Android by Kris Findlay
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    • Packets, Freedom, Networks and Neutrality by Rorie Hood
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    • Wine and Gaming: A Novice''s Guide by Gavin Ewan
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    • Free Software for Indie Games Development by Hazel McKendrick
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    • Open Source and Broadcasting by Kenny Coyle
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    • Introduction to PKI by Robert Ladyman
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    • UPnP by Arron Finnon
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    • Blender by Garry Whitton
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    • Geo-Caching by Scott Cowie
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    With the event drawing to a close at 5:00pm which will traditionally follow with a few beers and more geeky chat down the pub.\r\n

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  • http://softwarefreedomday.org/en/sfd/software-freedom
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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenCD
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    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (816, 'episode', '2011-09-18', 'Modern Survivalism part 1 ', '

    In today''s show we start a new series on Modern Survivalism where you do everything you can to make your life better now by lessening dependency, trying to live debt free and learning basic skills.\r\n

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    \r\nToday''s recopies are:\r\n

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    Simple whole wheat honey deserts

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    • water very little
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    • butter
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    • honey
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    \r\nmix four, water, salt, sugar & let sit for 5-10 minutes, roll out with dowl or rolling pin & cook over stove - no butter or Pam in pan. put a little butter on the tortilla right after it comes off the heat & put honey on it & cut with a pizza cutter & serve.\r\n

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    Quick beans - dried to eating in 65 minutes.

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    • 7 Cups water
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    • 5 beef bullion cubes
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    • 1 pound dried pinto beans
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    • ¼ cup dried onions
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    • tyme sprigs
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    • 1-2 cups meat - use frozen ham.
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    \r\nAdd everything to a pressure cooker & bring it to pressure (10-15 lbs) & keep it at pressure for 60 minutes - serve over rice or potatoes.\r\n

    ', 'Tracy Holz_Holzster', 190, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (817, 'episode', '2011-09-19', 'Installing Linux and Windows 7 to a USB Hard Drive', '

    \r\nScript to install Windows to USB described in forum post here: \r\nhttp://reboot.pro/10126/\r\n

    \r\n\r\n', 'AukonDK', 191, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (818, 'episode', '2011-09-20', 'Sansa Clip Plus for podcasting', '

    \r\nLong story short is that the Clip+ is pretty great as a cheap all-in-one recording device. I go into a little more detail here, and I have an idea that may make it even better.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nSince recording this, I have discovered how to change the recording directory. \r\n

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    1. Press the Home button to get to the main menu.\r\n
    2. Go to the "Files" option in the main menu, and navigate to the directory (even if it''s on the SD card) that you want to use for recording. Highlight it, but don''t open it.\r\n
    3. Hold down the center button to open a context menu. \r\n
    4. Scroll down and select "Set As Recording Directory".\r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nIf you have comments, please leave them in the comments section for the show here at http://hackerpublicradio.org\r\n

    ', 'pokey', 128, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (819, 'episode', '2011-09-21', 'Editing Part Five Post and Packing', '

    Today''s show is part of the Syndicated Thursday series

    \r\n

    Hello world and welcome to our on Hacker Public Radio. This is Part Five in our series on producing the podcast. We''ve prepped, recorded, edited and assembled, now it''s time to release the show onto an unsuspecting world. All the hard work done? Not quite...

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    Runtime: 8mins 14seconds

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    Your Host:

    \r\n\r\n

    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

    \r\n

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (820, 'episode', '2011-09-22', 'Setting up a web server and a mySQL server', '

    Klaatu continues his Networking Basics series with an overview on setting up and configuring a web server and a mySQL server.

    \r\n\r\n

    Get the ogg vorbis version from the Gnu World Order.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 61, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (821, 'episode', '2011-09-25', 'Why Android tablets suck !', 'In today''s show Mr. Gadget discusses his history with Android tablets.', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (822, 'episode', '2011-09-26', 'Vivean Parkhouse about the GiffGaff Community Phone project', '

    \r\nKen interviews Vivean Parkhouse about the GiffGaff Community Phone project in the UK while at OggCamp11\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://giffgaff.com/
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giffgaff
    \r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (823, 'episode', '2011-09-27', 'Klaatu talks to Trevor, a programmer for Phonon''s Gstreamer backend', '

    At the Ohio Linux Fest, Klaatu talks to Trevor, a programmer for Phonon''s Gstreamer backend.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (824, 'episode', '2011-09-28', 'Opentech Conference 2011: Paula Graham, FOSSBox', '

    Hello world and welcome to our show on Hacker Public Radio. This episode is our interview with Paula Graham of Fossbox by my co-host is Les Pounder, following the Opentech Conference in London

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    OpenTech 2011

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    Saturday 21st May 2011,Union Building, University of London.

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    17:44 | Interview: Paula Graham of Fossbox

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    Fossbox is a non-profit organisation supporting digital inclusion and helping other non-profits move towards lower-cost ICT systems with more flexibility and lower environmental impact.

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    OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

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    Your Hosts:

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    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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    Runtime: 15mins 59seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (825, 'episode', '2011-09-29', 'Jamey Sharp Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011', '

    \r\nJamey Sharp was placed on Ritalin, briefly, in fifth grade. His interests and activities have been varied ever since. Today his day job involves a computer test for attention deficit disorder, but his biggest projects have been the Portland State Aerospace Society, a student rocketry club at Portland State University; XCB, a new low-level binding to the X protocol, in the process of replacing Xlib; and Serialist, because his other projects didn’t leave him enough time to read his favorite webcomics without tool support.
    \r\nJamey’s interests span computer science fields including cryptography, combinatorial search, compilers, and computational complexity; systems-level programming, such as file format and network protocol implementations, Linux kernel development, and boot-loader hacking; computer architecture and its impact on software design; and functional programming, preferably in Haskell.
    \r\nThis interview focuses on Jamey''s work on X.org, specifically the XCB project. The X protocol C-language Binding (XCB) is a replacement for Xlib featuring a small footprint, latency hiding, direct access to the protocol, improved threading support, and extensibility.
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    \r\nXCB project site - http://xcb.freedesktop.org/
    \r\nXCB mailing list - http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/xcb
    \r\nXCB irc - irc.freenode.net #xcb
    \r\nhttp://opensourcebridge.org/users/432
    \r\nhttp://www.ohloh.net/accounts/jamey
    \r\nhttp://www.tovatest.com/
    \r\nhttp:// psas.pdx.edu/
    \r\nhttp://xcb.freedesktop.org/
    \r\nhttp://serialist.net/
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    ', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (826, 'episode', '2011-10-02', 'HPR Community News for Sep 2011', '

    New hosts

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    \r\nWelcome to our new hosts: \r\nAukonDK, \r\nTracy Holz (Holzster), and\r\nJoe Wakumara\r\n

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    806HPR AdminsHPR news for Aug 2011
    807klaatuMaraDNS
    808BroamInterview with Yancy Smith
    809deepgeektalk geek to me
    810Joe WakumaraHello HPR!
    811Thistlewebcreative commons torrent tracker
    812MrGadgetsAre they a patent trool
    813Ken FallonGemma Cameron aka @ruby_gem about Barcamp Blackpool
    814KnightwiseThe Knightcast KC0054 : Setting up Amahi
    815Ken FallonSoftware Freedom Day Dundee 2011
    816Tracy Holz (Holzster)Modern Survivalism part 1
    817AukonDKInstalling Linux and Windows 7 to a USB Hard Drive
    818pokeySansa Clip Plus for podcasting
    819Robin CatlingEditing Part Five Post and Packing
    820klaatuSetting up a web server and a mySQL server
    821MrGadgetsWhy Android tablets suck !
    822Ken FallonVivean Parkhouse about the GiffGaff Community Phone project
    823klaatuKlaatu talks to Trevor, a programmer for Phonon''s Gstreamer backend
    824Robin CatlingOpentech Conference 2011: Paula Graham, FOSSBox
    825marcozJamey Sharp Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011
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    Apologies To

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    • Kris Findlay, and Thistleweb for scheduling mixups
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    Scheduling Shows

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    \r\nHi Earthlings,\r\n\r\nAlong with the scheduling rules\r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/calendar.php there is the line "while\r\navoiding having any one host/series repeated in a week". The idea was\r\nto allow for  someone uploading an entire series in one go and us\r\nhaving to schedule it. That has worked well so that the queue is full\r\nand that host still gets their series played fairly often, but ...\r\n\r\nAfter an event like OggCamp/ILF/OLF/SELF etc we tend to get a load of\r\nshows at once that are outside the traditional series concept. Some of\r\nthese have the "feel of the fest" and may go stale after a time.\r\n\r\
    nShould we schedule those according to the same rules meaning there\r\nwould be no more than one a week, or should we open the floodgates and\r\nhave a few weeks dedicated to post festival interviews ?\r\n\r\nDiscuss.\r\n
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    Month in Review

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    • DerbyCon : Louisville, Kentucky – September 30th to October 2nd, 2011
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    • Augmented podcast on HPR
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    • Outro Contribution Curbuntu, pokey
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    HPR at OLF

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    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (827, 'episode', '2011-10-03', 'HPR booth and HostGator', '

    Klaatu talks about howto establish an HPR booth at your favourite tech conference, and gives a report about HPR''s presence at the Ohio Linux fest this year. Also, an interview with Lance from HostGator.com

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (828, 'episode', '2011-10-04', 'a+g=-b', 'In this episode Mr Gadgets talks about the demise of physical retail stores and ponders what the effect will be.', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (830, 'episode', '2011-10-06', 'Peter Hutterer Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011', 'Peter Hutterer works on X.org, specifically the input system, at Red Hat.
    \r\n
    \r\nXorg project site (input is one of several parts to X) - http://x.org/wiki
    \r\nXorg mailing list - http://lists.x.org/archives/xorg-devel/
    \r\nXorg irc - irc.freenode.net #xorg-devel
    \r\n
    \r\nPeter''s blog - http://who-t.blogspot.com
    ', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (831, 'episode', '2011-10-09', 'Chris from Sourceforge.net', '

    Klaatu interviews Chris from Sourceforge.net, at the Ohio Linux Fest.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (832, 'episode', '2011-10-10', 'OggCamp11 Roundup', '

    In today''s show Ken gives a round-up of OggCamp 11.

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    We start with a chat with Les Pounder who is crew manager \r\n
    \r\nhttp://oggcamp.org/\r\n

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    From HPR @ OggCamp11
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    Next was a discussion with Stuart Langridge formally of lugradio and now working for Canonical on Ubuntu One
    \r\nhttp://www.lugradio.org/
    \r\nhttp://www. canonical.com/
    \r\nhttps://one.ubuntu.com/\r\n

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    From HPR @ OggCamp11
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    Next he meets up with one of our own hosts Robin Catling who runs the Full Circle podcast and HPR series.
    \r\nhttp://fullcirclemagazine.org/category/podcast/
    \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/correspondents.php?hostid=160\r\n

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    From HPR @ OggCamp11
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    Next was a chat with the organisers Laura Cowen and Alan Pope. Unfortunately the interview with Laura was of too poor audio quality to recover.
    \r\nhttp://podcast.ubuntu-uk.org/
    \r\nhttp://sixgun.org/linuxoutlaws\r\n

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    From HPR @ OggCamp11
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    Then it was a quick catchup with Adrian Bradshaw also formally of LugRadio and now working at Red Hat
    \r\nhttp://about.me/adrianbradshaw
    \r\nhttp://www.redhat.com/\r\n

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    After a live and very poor recording of the song The Elephant In The Room preformed by Dan Lynch of the Linux Outlaws and Rathole Radio
    \r\nhttp://danlynch.org/elephant
    \r\nhttp://ratholeradio.org/\r\n

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    Finally we round it all up by talking to Les again about how it all was organised, how it went and the future
    \r\ nhttp://ucubed.info/
    \r\nhttp://www.flossie.org/
    \r\nhttp://www.fossbox.org.uk/
    \r\nhttp://blackpoolgeekup.wordpress.com/\r\n

    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (833, 'episode', '2011-10-11', 'Ian Romanick Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011', 'Ian Romanick works on Mesa at Intel. Mesa is an open-source implementation of the OpenGL specification - a system for rendering interactive 3D graphics.
    \r\n
    \r\nMesa project site - http://www.mesa3d.org/
    \r\nMesa mailing list - http://www.mesa3d.org/lists.html
    \r\nMesa irc - irc.freenode.net #dri-devel', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (834, 'episode', '2011-10-12', 'The Knightcast KC0056 : Best of KWTV Live', '

    Each Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content. Todays show is The Knightcast KC0056 : Best of KWTV Live and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.0 England & Wales License. It was originally aired on Sunday, 09 October 2011 06:25

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    \r\nThe link to the show is \r\n\r\nhttp://www.knightwise.com/knightcast-podcast/871-the-knightcast-kc0056--best-of-kwtv-live\r\n\r\n

    \r\nIn this weeks extra long podcast we bring you the excerpts from Septembers KWTV Live episode. Three interesting guests talk in depth about 3 interesting topics that is sure to interest anyone who runs ANY operating system. Larry Buschey from the Going Linux podcast talks about what is wrong with Linux, Bart Busschots  comes to talk to us about OSX Lion and the future of the Apple operating system and Keith Murray brings us his views on the newest Windows 8 Developer preview. We ask skeptical questions and ponder on the future of the computer os in light of the Tablet revolution. All of that and more on this weeks Knightcast.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nwww.goinglinux.com

    \r\n

    www.kdmurray.net

    \r\n

    www.bartb.ie

    \r\n

    Next months KWTV Live Schedule 

    \r\n

    The ENTIRE episode of KWTV Live (Video)\r\n

    ', 'Knightwise', 111, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (835, 'episode', '2011-10-13', 'Amazon sets the world on Fire', 'Mr Gadgets continues his investigation into tablets and wonders what Amazons Fire will bring.', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (836, 'episode', '2011-10-16', 'Jeff from No Machine', '

    Klaatu interviews Jeff from No Machine.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (837, 'episode', '2011-10-18', 'Juergen Schinker open wireless network', '

    \r\nIn todays show Ken talks to Juergen Schinker about the OWN Open wireless network at Deptford in London. They run a community network that has cheap routers providing dual wifi networks, one which is private and the other open to your neighbour. They run the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol\r\n

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    \r\n\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optimized_Link_State_Routing_Protocol
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    http://own.spc.org/drupal/
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    \r\n\r\n
    View Larger Map\r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (838, 'episode', '2011-10-19', 'Martin Peres @ XDC', 'Martin Peres works on the nouveau driver for X.org.
    \r\n
    \r\nNouveau project site - http://nouveau.freedesktop.org
    \r\nNouveau mailing list - http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/nouveau
    \r\nNouveau irc - irc.freenode.net #nouveau
    \r\n
    \r\nThe program that reads information from your Nvidia card that Martin talks about is called nvacounter.
    \r\nIt can be found at: https://github.com/pathscale/envytools/tree/
    ', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (839, 'episode', '2011-10-19', 'Full Circle Podcast: The Lubuntu Team', '

    Each Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content.
    The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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    Your Host:

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    Guests

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    • Lubuntu Team interview: Mario Behling and Hong Phuc Dong introduce the Lubuntu Project
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    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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    Runtime: 23mins 36seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (840, 'episode', '2011-10-20', 'Android Shopping', '

    \r\nIn todays show Cobra 2 gives us the advise never to impulse buy an android device. Do your research on the hardware, wireless and the software. Start your research on the cyanogenmod wiki. He continues with tips on what to look out for on each device.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/index.php?title=Main_Page\r\n

    ', 'cobra2', 126, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (841, 'episode', '2011-10-23', 'Jonathan Nadeau', '

    At the Ohio Linux Fest, Klaatu interviews Jonathan Nadeau about the FSF, Trisquel Linux, Linux and accessibility, and how non-programmers can get involved with software projects.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (842, 'episode', '2011-10-24', 'DJ from h-online.com', '

    \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org In todays show Ken is at OggCamp and talks to DJ about the online OpenSource and Security news site the H at http://www.h-online.com/
    \r\nhttp://twitter.com/#!/honline @honline twitter
    \r\n

    From HPR @ OggCamp11
    From HPR @ OggCamp11
    \r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (843, 'episode', '2011-10-25', 'What holiday tech item', 'In todays show Mr. Gadgets starts the run up to the festive season asking what your holiday tech item would be. He encourages you to send in your own suggestion.', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (844, 'episode', '2011-10-26', 'The Flying Handbag', '

    Each Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content. In todays show we hear the behind the scenes banter at Barcamp Blackpool 2011. You might remember that we interviewed Gemma Cameron aka @ruby_gem back in episode 813

    \r\n

    \r\nThis episode was originally posted on October 15th 2011 by Dan Lynch of Rathole Radio and linuxoutlaws fame.

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    \r\nThe following are the shownotes posted with the show.\r\n

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    The Flying Handbag

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    Hello all, apologies for the lack of Weekly Rewind updates lately. Things have been crazy. I do have a rather special treat for you today instead. A podcast recorded at Barcamp Blackpool on October 15th 2011.

    \r\n

    Let me fill in a little background detail to this. I was in Blackpool catching up with my fellow podcaster Pete Cannon of Dick Turpin Roadshow fame. Our good friend Les Pounder of Blackpool LUG came over and asked "are you two up for doing a podcast?". Of course we were but had no idea what about or what the structure would be. We also didn''t book a space on the barcamp schedule board. This was all very last minute. One of the talk areas at the barcamp was named The Flying Handbag after a well known Blackpool gay bar apparently. This caused much hilarity. We saw it was free and planned to record our discussion there. Upon our arrival another bloke was already there waiting to start his talk and he didn''t look too impressed by our rag tag bunch.

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    So off we wandered in search of another recording location and ended up sat on the stairs by the gents toilets in Blackpool Pleasure Beach Casino. You can hear what followed next. A rambling and fun conversation between 6 opinionated blokes, with some additional comedy value added by the really loud hand dryer noise coming from the toilets.

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    Ladies and gentlemen we present.

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    The Flying Handbag Cast!!!

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    Running time: 50mins (ish)

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    The culprits are:

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    Contains swearing and adult humour from the start. You''ve been warned.
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    This was a one-off thing really and I don''t know if there''ll ever be more. We all live in different parts of the UK so it might be tricky. Hopefully we''ll get together at another event in future and chat some more.

    \r\n\r\n\r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (845, 'episode', '2011-10-27', 'Open Source Radio Software', '

    \r\nIn todays show AukonDK leads us on a tour of Open Source Radio Software\r\n

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    \r\nIcecast\r\nhttp://www.icecast.org/
    \r\nIcecast, the project, is a collection of programs and libraries for streaming audio over the Internet. This includes: \r\n

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    \r\nBUTT\r\nhttp://butt.sourceforge.net/
    \r\nbutt (broadcast using this tool) is an easy to use, multi OS streaming tool.
    \r\nIt supports ShoutCast and IceCast.
    \r\nbutt runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows.

    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nIDJC\r\nhttp://idjc.sourceforge.net/
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Internet DJ Console is a project started in March 2005 to provide a powerful yet\r\neasy to use source-client for individuals interested in streaming live radio shows over the\r\nInternet using Shoutcast or Icecast servers.

    \r\n

    Because of the large number of streaming applications that already existed but did little more\r\nthan stream a pair of audio channels or a fixed playlist, it was decided that IDJC would be the opposite\r\nand simulate audio hardware to cut down the expense of creating a home studio.

    \r\n\r\n

    In addition to providing a large number of show production features, this software has been written\r\nwith the aim of producing the best possible experience for the listeners and DJ alike. To that end features\r\nlike VoIP integration were conceived of from the very start resulting in the choice of Jack Audio Connection\r\nKit to base the audio.

    \r\n\r\n

    This has afforded IDJC audio processing capabilities that were they built in would be considered excessive. Enjoy\r\nintegration with powerful programs such as the well known Skype, Jack Rack (offering audio sound effects plugins),\r\nJamin (the powerful audio compressor/equalizer), and many more.

    \r\n\r\n

    Fortunately IDJCs power does not come at the expense of a well organized user interface, nor\r\nhave requests for features been permitted to diminish the application''s intuitive feel yet throughout development\r\nthe main goals have always been that of stability and audio quality.

    \r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nLiquidsoap\r\nhttp://savonet.sourceforge.net/index.html
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n Liquidsoap is a powerful and flexible language\r\n for describing your streams.\r\n It offers a rich collection of operators that you can\r\n combine at will,\r\n giving you more power than you need for creating or transforming\r\n streams.\r\n But liquidsoap is still very light and easy to use,\r\n in the Unix tradition of simple strong components working together.\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nAirtime\r\nhttp://www.sourcefabric.org/en/airtime/
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Airtime is the open radio software for scheduling and remote station management. Remote access to the station’s media management, multi-file upload and automatic metadata verification is coupled with a collaborative online scheduling calendar and playlist management. The scheduling calendar is managed through an easy-to-use web-interface and triggers audio playout with sub-second precision for fading.

    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nRivendell\r\nhttp://www.rivendellaudio.org/
    \r\nRivendell \r\n is a complete radio \r\n broadcast automation solution, with facilities for the acquisition, \r\n management, scheduling and playout of audio content. It has all of the \ r\n features one would expect in a modern, fully-fledged radio automation \r\n system, including support for both PCM and MPEG audio encoding, full \r\n voicetracking and log customization as well as support for a wide variety \r\n of third party software and hardware. As a robust, functionally complete \r\n digital audio system for broadcast radio applications, Rivendell uses \r\n industry standard components like the GNU/Linux Operating System, the AudioScience HPI Driver \r\n Architecture and the MySQL Database \r\n Engine. Rivendell is available under the GNU Public License.\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nRAAbuntu\r\nhttp://rrabuntu.sourceforge.net/
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n Rivendell Radio Automation Live CD installer for Ubuntu. This is a modified version of Ubuntu 10.04. It has been customised using the Ubuntu Customization Kit (UCK) and the Rivendell DEB packages developed by Alban in France. http://blog.tryphon.org/alban/\r\n\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nFrederick Henderson created all the install scripts for the greatly improved installer\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nEmail: aukondk@aukondk.com
    \r\nTwitter/Identica: aukondk\r\ngplus.to/aukondk\r\nwww.aukondk.com
    \r\n

    ', 'AukonDK', 191, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (846, 'episode', '2011-10-30', 'Jared Smith from Fedora', '

    Klaatu, losing his voice from too much Ohio Linux Festivities, interviews Jared Smith, the project manager of Fedora Linux.

    \r\n

    http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Project_Wiki
    \r\nhttp://www.jaredsmith.net/\r\n

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (847, 'episode', '2011-10-31', 'FSCONS, MeeGo and the story of Tizen', '

    Who am i?

    \r\n\r\n

    Hello everyone, in todays show you will hear my first show on Hacker Public Radio! You may know me as "Seetee", or as "Kenneth from the All In IT Radio podcast", or most likely, you do not know me at all. Hopefully you will hear more shows from me in the future, tough.

    \r\n\r\n

    You find me all over the internet, and you can follow me at both identi.ca and twitter as @alltinomit

    \r\n\r\n

    The story in short

    \r\n\r\n

    At FSCONS 2010 (http://fscons.org/) I had the privilege to watch many interesting talks. Something that really peeked my interest where the talks of Knut Yrvin and Jeremiah Foster, two talented gentlemen who I was lucky to get a little private interview with as well. Their talks are avalible on Vimeo, and in this episode of Hacker Public Radio you get to hear my interviews, together with my interpetation of what has happened in the past to lead up to the creation of the operating system Tizen.

    \r\n\r\n

    Mentioned links

    \r\n\r\n

    Knut Yrvin

    \r\n

    "Qt on MeeGo" (http://vimeo.com/22229208)

    \r\n\r\n

    Jeremiah Foster

    \r\n

    "GENIVI alliance and how biz can adapt FOSS" (http://vimeo.com/21970744)

    \r\n\r\n

    All In IT Radio - Should Cars Get Smarter?

    \r\n

    Me and my mates talk more about MeeGo. This was just before the Tizen anouncement. We cover a bit more of the toughts around this emerging market. (http://aiit.se/radio/0007)

    \r\n\r\n

    Further reading

    \r\n', 'Seetee', 192, 64, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (848, 'episode', '2011-11-01', 'Alan Cocks, the info point project', '

    \r\nIn todays show Ken talks to Alan Cocks about the info point project setup by Jono Bacon. It is an outreach program to get the message of open source to visitors at and how he has spread the open source message at the Bracknell Computer Fair each month
    http://www.britishcomputerfairs.com/cgi-bin/floorplan?vnu_id=5\r\n
    \r\nhttp://infopointproject.org/wordpress/\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n\r\n
    From HPR @ OggCamp11
    \r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (849, 'episode', '2011-11-02', 'Sunday Morning Linux Review', '

    \r\nEach Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content. In todays show we focus on Sunday Morning Linux Review with Mat and Tony, a weekly news show for the Linux community
    \r\nhttp://www.smlr.us
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nWith:
    \r\nTony Bemus from http://www.bemushosting.com
    \r\nMat Enders from http://www.charter-school-it-techs.com
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nKernel News: Mat
    \r\nThe Current Development kernel 3.2
    \r\nThe Stable release is 3.1
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nDistro News: Tony
    \r\nDistrowatch.com
    \r\n10-27 SalineOS 1.5 Debian-based distribution with Xfce
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n10-25 Puppy Linux 5.3 Slacko binary compatibility with Slackware Linux
    \r\nLast week releases: ZevenOS 2.0 Neptune and Finnix 103
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nComing up: FreeBSD 9.0 and openSUSE 12.1\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nDistro of the Week:
    \r\nMint
    \r\nUbuntu
    \r\nopenSUSE
    \r\nFedora
    \r\nDebian
    \r\nOther Distro News:
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTech News:
    \r\nAmazon Introduces New Ebook Format
    \r\nThe new file format, Kindle Format 8 (KF8), is based on HTML5, and with it, Amazon aims to bring some of the flexibility and power that HTML5 offers to the world of e-books. HTML5 features such as CSS3 formatting, nested tables, SVG graphics, embedded fonts, and borders are all now supported. The new format includes much richer layout options, including fixed layoutsessential for accurate reproduction of many childrens booksand panel-based layouts for comic books. Books can include sidebars and callouts, text overlaid on background images, boxes, drop caps, and more.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOpen Source: You Know, For Kids!
    \r\nRecently SCALE announced that the 2012 event, January 20-22 in Los Angeles, will include a SCALE Kids Conference\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMore about: ICANN is Taking Over the Olson Time Zone Database Astrolabe not looking for money but just wanted to make a point about infringement.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nOther Talk:
    \r\nApple Threatens Small, Family-Run Caf Over Trademark
    \r\nApple is threatening to sue a small, family run caf in Bonn because they are of the opinion that their logo infringes on Apples trademark. The owner of the caf Apfelkind, Christin Rmer, has registered her logo as a trademark for the service and fashion industry in June in Munich. Now Apple is claiming in a cease and desist letter that there could be confusion between the small caf in Bonn and their global entertainment brand.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nLinux Malware: Are We There Yet?
    \r\nUntrusted package sources
    \r\nBots, rootkits and unknown commands
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nMore Talk:
    \r\nTonys Projects: XBMCbuntu HTPC: Fast Boot, Internet content, Local and network Content!
    \r\nMats Projects: PFsense\r\n

    \r\n ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (850, 'episode', '2011-11-03', 'Another Tech Giant Passes - Household Tech in the Pre-Micro Era', '

    In today''s show Mr Gadgets pauses to remember the passing of some pioneering greats in the tech field. He focuses on personal heroes who have had a profound impact on the direction of his life.

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

    Edgar Villchur

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Villchur)\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nEdgar Marion Villchur (28 May 1917 - 17 October 2011) was an American inventor, educator, and writer widely known for his 1954 invention of the acoustic suspension loudspeaker which revolutionized the field of high-fidelity equipment. A speaker Villchur developed, the AR-3, is exhibited at the The Smithsonian Institutions Information Age Exhibit in Washington, DC.
    \r\nVillchur''s speaker systems provided improved bass response while reducing the speaker''s cabinet size. Acoustic Research, Inc. (AR), of which he was president from 1954 to 1967, manufactured high-fidelity loudspeakers, turntables, and other stereo components of his design, and demonstrated their quality through live vs. recorded concerts. The companys market share grew to 32 percent by 1966. After leaving AR, Villchur researched hearing aid technology, developing the multichannel compression hearing aid, which became the industry standard for hearing aids.\r\n

    \r\n

    Henry Kloss

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Kloss)\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nHenry Kloss (1929, Altoona, PA - January 31, 2002, Cambridge, MA) was a prominent American audio engineer and businessman who helped advance high fidelity loudspeaker and radio receiver technology beginning in the 1950s. Kloss (pronounced with a long o, like "close") was an undergraduate student in physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (class of 1953), but never received a degree. He was responsible for a number of innovations, including the acoustic suspension loudspeaker and the high fidelity cassette deck. In 2000, Kloss was one of the first inductees into the Consumer Electronics Association''s Hall of Fame. He earned an Emmy Award for his development of a projection television system, the Advent Video Beam 1000.\r\n

    \r\n

    Acoustic Research

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acoustic_Research)\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nAcoustic Research was a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company that manufactured high-end audio equipment. The brand is now owned by Audiovox. Acoustic Research was well known for the AR-3 series of speaker systems, which used the 12-inch (305 mm) acoustic suspension woofer of the AR-1 with newly designed dome mid-range and high-frequency drivers, which were the first of their kind. AR''s line of acoustic suspension speakers were extraordinary for their time, as they were the first loudspeakers with flat response, extended bass, wide dispersion, small size, and reasonable cost.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://homepage.mac.com/oldtownman/recording/villchur.html\r\n

    ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (851, 'episode', '2011-11-06', 'HPR Community News for Oct 2011', '

    HPR Community News

    \r\n
    A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.
    \r\n

    New hosts

    \r\n

    \r\nWelcome to our new host: \r\nSeetee\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Show Review

    \r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n
    id\r\ntitle\r\nhost\r\n
    826HPR Community News for Sep 2011HPR Admins
    827HPR booth and HostGatorklaatu
    828a+g=-bMrGadgets
    829Interview with Prof Jocelyn Bell-BurnellHPR Admins
    830Peter Hutterer Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011marcoz
    831Chris from Sourceforge.netklaatu
    832OggCamp11 RoundupKen Fallon
    833Ian Romanick Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011marcoz
    834The Knightcast KC0056 : Best of KWTV LiveKnightwise
    835Amazon sets the world on FireMrGadgets
    836Jeff from No Machineklaatu
    837Juergen Schinker open wireless networkKen Fallon
    838Martin Peres @ XDCmarcoz
    839Full Circle Podcast: The Lubuntu TeamRobin Catling
    840Android Shoppingcobra2
    841Jonathan Nadeauklaatu
    842DJ from h-online.comKen Fallon
    843What holiday tech itemMrGadgets
    844The Flying HandbagHPR Admins
    845Open Source Radio SoftwareAukonDK
    846Jared Smith from Fedoraklaatu
    847FSCONS, MeeGo and the story of TizenSeetee
    848Alan Cocks, the info point projectKen Fallon
    849Sunday Morning Linux ReviewHPR Admins
    850Another Tech Giant Passes - Household Tech in the Pre-Micro EraMrGadgets
    \r\n\r\n

    Thanks To

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      \r\n
    • Stitcher for feedback on the intro
    • \r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    Apologies To

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Seetee for the mixup in the show scheduling
    • \r\n
    \r\n\r\n

    Contribute Shows

    \r\n

    \r\nWe''re short of shows so please stop procrastinating and record that show today. http://hackerpublicradio.org/contribute.php has more information on how to do that.\r\n

    \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (852, 'episode', '2011-11-07', 'GNU Emacs 1', '

    A small mini series (three parts) on GNU Emacs; Klaatu tells you how to use it, when to use it and when not to, why you''d want to use it, and most of all - how to become a pro on it! Not a sales pitch for Emacs, just a harmless introduction. First try is free.

    \r\n

    \r\nemacs logo\r\n

    \r\n

    GNU Emacs is an extensible, customizable text editor—and\r\nmore. At its core is an interpreter for Emacs Lisp, a dialect of\r\nthe Lisp programming language with extensions to\r\nsupport text editing. The features of GNU Emacs include:

    \r\n
      \r\n
    • Content-sensitive editing modes, including syntax coloring, for a\r\nvariety of file types including plain text, source code, and\r\nHTML.
    • \r\n
    • Complete built-in documentation, including a tutorial for new\r\ nusers.
    • \r\n
    • Full Unicode support for nearly\r\nall human languages and their scripts.
    • \r\n
    • Highly customizable, using Emacs Lisp code or a graphical\r\ninterface.
    • \r\n
    • A large number of extensions that add other functionality,\r\nincluding a project\r\nplanner, mail and news\r\nreader, debugger\r\ninterface,\r\ncalendar,\r\nand more. Many of these extensions are distributed with GNU Emacs;\r\nothers are\r\navailable separately.
    • \r\n
    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (853, 'episode', '2011-11-08', 'Pat Volkerding of Slackware Linux chats with Klaatu', '

    Pat Volkerding of Slackware Linux chats with Klaatu and whomever happens to wander by (Maco, Vincent Batts, Chad Wallenberg, and others) at the SELF afterparty.
    \r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Slackware

    \r\n

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    \r\n

    \r\nSlackware is a free and open source Linux-based operating system. It was one of the earliest operating systems to be built on top of the Linux kernel and is the oldest currently being maintained. Slackware was created by Patrick Volkerding of Slackware Linux, Inc. in 1993. The current stable version is 13.37, released on April 27, 2011.
    \r\nSlackware aims for design stability and simplicity, and to be the most "Unix-like" Linux distribution, making as few modifications as possible to software packages from upstream and using plain text files and a small set of shell scripts for configuration and administration.\r\n

    \r\n\r\nphoto of Pat Volkerding\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Warning: this is not a proper interview, just 40 minutes of aimless and fairly noisy chit chat at a party.\r\nSo it''s probably not for everyone, although if you''re a Slackware fan then it might be of some interest.

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://www.slackware.com/
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_Volkerding
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slackware
    \r\n

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (854, 'episode', '2011-11-09', 'All In IT Radio0007 - Should Cars Get Smarter ?', '\r\n

    Welcome to syndicated Thursday on hacker public radio

    \r\n

    \r\nEach Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content from arond the web. If you know of some creative commons material that you would like to bring to the attention of the community then send an email to admin.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nToday we hilight the Hello and welcome to All In IT Radio! http://aiit.se/radio/\r\n

    \r\n\r\n
    \r\n

    Hello and welcome to All In IT Radio!

    \r\n

    Join us as we talk about everything related to Information Technology, and some other random stuff as well.\r\n Help us, as we try to find how IT relate to everyone of us, and what the story headlines really mean.

    \r\n

    This is a show made by Swedes, in english. Some think this is endearing, other think it is stupid. You are welcome to listen to us strugle with the language barrier any way.

    \r\n

    On your right, you find the episodes, at the bottom you can (and should) subscribe to our feed and in the upper right corner you can stream the latest show.

    \r\n

    We release a new episode when we feel like it.

    \r\n\r\n

    Welcome to All In IT Radio! :-)

    \r\n\r\n

    Episode 0007 - Should Cars Get Smarter?

    \r\n \r\n\r\n

    How intelligent should your car really be? What will happen to the MeeGo operating system now that Nokia has abandoned the project? Will the new guy contribute to the show in any way? (Spoiler: He did.)

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    Duration: 56:05

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    Show notes
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    On it''s way...

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    Let us wrap this up!
    \r\n

    To reach us: Send your message to the group !aiitr at Identi.ca or mark it with hashtag #aiitr at Twitter, you find us at both Identi.ca and Twitter at @AlltInomIT and you find Henrik at @Sonnergard and @Warpfuz.

    \r\n\r\n

    Theme music today by The Motyw / Wojciech Wszelaki.
    \r\nMusic is CC BY-SA 3.0

    ', 'Seetee', 192, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (855, 'episode', '2011-11-10', 'Packaging for your distro', '

    \r\nIn this episode Mike tries to highlight the advantages of packaging content for your distro. 
    \r\n
    \r\nThe Ubuntu content packaging team can be found at : http://bit.ly/cpackage
    \r\n
    \r\nMore articles about content packaging can be found at http://www.titaniumbunker.com
    \r\n
    \r\nMike can be reached at  mike@titaniumbunker.com
    \r\n
    \r\n

    ', 'Mike Hingley', 185, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (856, 'episode', '2011-11-13', 'GNU Emacs 2', '

    Second episode of three in Klaatu''s GNU Emacs mini series. This time, you and Klaatu will tackle the .emacs file and learn how to bring text highlighting, modern-style copy/paste keybindings, and even a little taste of buffers and frame-type things.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (857, 'episode', '2011-11-14', 'Sam Tuke - Free Software Foundation Europe', '

    \r\nfsfe logo
    \r\nIn todays show we interview Sam Tuke the British Team Coordinator and Editorial Team co-ordinator for the Free Software Foundation Europe\r\n

    \r\nPhoto of Sam\r\n

    \r\nThe Free Software Foundation Europe is dedicated to the furthering of Free Software and working for freedom in the emerging digital society.\r\n
    \r\nAccess to software determines who may participate in a digital society. The freedoms to use, study, share, and improve software allow equal participation, and are extremely important.
    \r\nhttp://fsfe.org/
    \r\nhttp://fsfe.org/about/tuke/tuke.en.html
    \r\nhttp://www.fsf.org/
    \r\nhttp://oggcamp.org\r\n

    \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (858, 'episode', '2011-11-15', 'Pre micro computer tech in the home #2', '

    \r\nIn today''s show Mr Gadgets talks about the access children of the space age had to science\r\n

    \r\n

    The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments

    \r\n

    \r\na picture of the cover
    \r\nThe Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments was a children''s chemistry book written in the 1960s by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus and published by Western Publishing in their Golden Books series. Many of the experiments contained in the book are now considered "dangerous for unsupervised children"[citation needed], and would not appear in a modern children''s chemistry book[citation needed]. OCLC lists only 126 copies of this book in libraries worldwide.
    \r\nThe book was a source of inspiration to David Hahn, nicknamed "the Radioactive Boy Scout" by the media, who tried to collect a sample of every chemical element and also built a model nuclear reactor, which led to the involvement of the authorities.
    \r\n\r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Golden_Book_of_Chemistry_Experiments
    \r\nhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/21654883/The-Golden-Book-of-Chemistry-Experiments\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n\r\n', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (859, 'episode', '2011-11-16', 'Sourcetrunk: OwnCloud', '

    Welcome to syndicated Thursday on hacker public radio

    \r\n

    \r\nEach Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content from around the web. If you know of some creative commons material that you would like to bring to the attention of the community then send an email to admin.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nToday we highlight:

    \r\n

    Sourcetrunk ~ your trunkload of open source

    \r\n

    \r\nThe Source Trunk logo
    \r\nhttp://www.sourcetrunk.com
    \r\nThis show is released under cc-by-nc-sa
    \r\n\r\n

    \r\n\r\n
    \r\n

    Sourcetrunk (Episode 077) : OwnCloud

    \r\n

    \r\nOriginally aired on on Mon, 2011-11-14 20:36\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    This episode will demonstrate OwnCloud, the Open Source solution for your own cloud where you can manage your files, bookmarks, contacts and appointments without security or privacy issues. (and even can listen to your own music while doing that)

    \r\n

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    OwnCloud
    OwnCloud Demo
    install OwnCloud
    contribute to OwnCloud

    \r\n

    Android pick : Tivo Commander

    \r\n

    music from Tag
    \r\ntheme from Brand New Sin on music.podshow.com
    \r\n\r\nBeer on this episode : Wieze Tripel

    \r\n

       \r\n\r\n

    \r\nhttp://www.sourcetrunk.com/podcasts/sourcetrunk_077.mp3
    \r\nhttp://www.sourcetrunk.com/podcasts/sourcetrunk_077.ogg
    \r\nhttp://owncloud.org/
    \r\nhttp://demo.owncloud.org/ files/index.php
    \r\nhttp://owncloud.org/install/
    \r\nhttp://owncloud.org/contribute/
    \r\nhttps://market.android.com/details?id=com.arantius.tivocommander&hl=en
    \r\nhttp://www.musicalley.com/music/listeners/artistdetails.php?BandHash=5848a0485a0f4eff28c22288a2396a57
    \r\nhttp://music.podshow.com/music/listeners/artistdetails.php?BandHash=96f18a09714d01b833268854cf39d82c
    \r\nhttp://music.podshow.com
    \r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (860, 'episode', '2011-11-18', 'Kaizendo, GNU Parallel and some more FSCONS', '

    Interviews and a look at FSCONS 2011

    \r\n\r\n

    Today you will hear two interviews from FSCONS 2010. The audio is of "conference quality", that is, there are a lot of noice in the background. Not much to do about that, I am sorry. But it is two really great interviews, so well worth it!

    \r\n\r\n

    But as a start I have a look at what will take place during the coming FSCONS 2011, that will start 2011-11-11 and continue through the whole weekend. I read from the schedule, and mention some of the topics and presenters who will be there.

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

    Salve J. Nilsen - Kaizendo: Customizable schoolboks

    \r\n\r\n

    Imagine a schoolbook where the pupil and her teacher can choose the topic depth, clarity of text and homework difficulty as needed and necessary.

    \ r\n\r\n

    Add alternatives for teachers (supporting different instructional methods, teaching styles), schools (variations in chapter content based on time constraints or policy) and parents (having a topic summary to read before helping with homework.) This is what we mean with customizable textbooks.

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

    Ole Tange - GNU Parallel

    \r\n\r\n

    GNU parallel is a shell tool for executing jobs in parallel using one or more computers. A job can be a single command or a small script that has to be run for each of the lines in the input. The typical input is a list of files, a list of hosts, a list of users, a list of URLs, or a list of tables. A job can also be a command that reads from a pipe. GNU parallel can then split the input and pipe it into commands in parallel.

    \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

    Shameless plugs

    \r\n\r\n

    You should follow me on Identi.ca and Twitter: @alltinomit or subscribe to All In IT Radio at http://aiit.se/radio/ By the way, we now also have a Google+ Page, find it at http://aiit.se/radio/+

    \r\n', 'Seetee', 192, 64, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (861, 'episode', '2011-11-20', 'Emacs Part 3: The Reckoning.', '

    \r\nA small mini series (three parts) on GNU Emacs; Klaatu tells you how to use it, when to use it and when not to, why you''d want to use it, and most of all - how to become a pro on it! Not a sales pitch for Emacs, just a harmless introduction. First try is free.

    \r\n\r\n', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (862, 'episode', '2011-11-21', 'Breaking Down TFTP', '

    In the inaugural episode of Breaking Down Protocols, I dig into TFTP, what it''s good for and what makes it tick.
    \r\nYou can contact Kevin on identi.ca as @kevingranade
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe original rfc
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc783.txt
    \r\n
    The errata
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1123.txt
    \r\n
    An update
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1350.txt
    \r\n
    The option extension
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1782.txt
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1783.txt
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1784.txt
    \r\n
    An update to option extension
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2347.txt
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2348.txt
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2349.txt
    \r\n
    The multicast RFC.
    \r\nhttp://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2090.txt
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Trivial File Transfer Protocol

    \r\n

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    \r\n

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trivial_File_Transfer_Protocol

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\nTrivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a file transfer protocol known for its simplicity.[citation needed] It is generally used for automated transfer of configuration or boot files between machines in a local environment. Compared to FTP, TFTP is extremely limited, providing no authentication, and is rarely used interactively by a user.
    \ r\n
    \r\nDue to its simple design, TFTP could be implemented using a very small amount of memory. It is therefore useful for booting computers such as routers which may not have any data storage devices. It is an element of the Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) network boot protocol, where it is implemented in the firmware BIOS of the host''s network card.
    \r\n
    \r\nIt is also used to transfer small amounts of data between hosts on a network, such as IP phone firmware or operating system images when a remote X Window System terminal or any other thin client boots from a network host or server. The initial stages of some network based installation systems (such as Solaris Jumpstart, Red Hat Kickstart, Symantec Ghost and Windows NT''s Remote Installation Services) use TFTP to load a basic kernel that performs the actual installation.
    \r\n
    \r\nTFTP was first defined in 1980 by IEN 133.[1] It is currently defined by RFC 1350. There have been some extensions to the TFTP protocol documented in later RFC''s (see the section on Extensions, below). TFTP is based in part on the earlier protocol EFTP, which was part of the PUP protocol suite. TFTP support appeared first as part of 4.3 BSD.
    \r\n
    \r\nDue to the lack of security, it is dangerous to use it over the Internet. Thus, TFTP is generally only used on private, local networks.\r\n

    ', 'Kevin Granade', 193, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (863, 'episode', '2011-11-22', 'Tony Hughes Free Cycle', '\r\n\r\nFree Cycle\r\n\r\n\r\n

    \r\nIn todays show Ken talks to Tony Hughes about how he got into linux \r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    The Freecycle Network

    \r\n

    \r\n
    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Freecycle_Network
    \r\n
    \r\nThe Freecycle Network (often abbreviated TFN or just known as Freecycle) is a non-profit organization registered in the state of Arizona, USA, and separately registered as a UK charity, that organizes a worldwide network of "gifting" groups, aiming to divert reusable goods from landfills. It provides a worldwide online registry, and coordinates the creation of local groups and forums for individuals and non-profits to offer and receive free items for reuse or recycling, promoting gift economics as a motivating cultural outlook. "Changing the world one gift at a time" is The Freecycle Network''s official tagline.
    \r\nhttp://www.freecycle.org/
    \r\n

    \r\n

    Xubuntu

    \r\n

    \r\nXubuntu is a community developed, Ubuntu-based Linux operating system that is well-suited for both laptops and desktops. It contains all the applications you need - a web browser, document and spreadsheet editing software, instant messaging and much more.\r\nhttp://www.xubuntu.org/\r\n

    \r\n

    LibreOffice

    \r\n

    \r\n
    \r\nLibreOffice is the power-packed free, libre and open source personal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and GNU/Linux, that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. Support and documentation is free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers. You, too, can get involved!
    \r\nhttp://www.libreoffice.org/\r\n

    \r\n

    Ucubed

    \r\n

    \r\n
    \r\nWhat is Ucubed?
    \r\nUCubed is an event that focuses on Ubuntu and Debian based distributions, and encourages users to become more involved in the community.
    \r\nhttp://ucubed.info/\r\n

    \r\n

    Software Freedom Day

    \r\n

    \r\nSoftware Freedom Day is a global celebration and education of why transparent and sustainable technologies are now more important than ever. With over 200 teams in 60 countries participating, it is a fantastic event to get your schools and communities involved in. Go along to your local event or start your own event and meet a wide range of people, all working together to help ensure our freedoms are maintained by the technologies of tomorrow.
    \r\n\r\nhttp://softwarefreedomday.org/\r\n

    \r\n

    BLACKPOOL LUG

    \r\n\r\n

    \r\n\r\nhttp://blackpoollug.blogspot.com/\r\n
    \r\nlugs.org.uk
    \r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n
    \r\nBLACKPOOL LUG membership is free, no sign up required.
    \r\nJust turn up, or follow us here, or on the mailing list, Twitter, Facebook, or RSS.
    \r\n
    \r\n
    \r\nmailing list, subscribe here:- https://mailman.lug.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/blackpool/
    \r\npost to:- blackpool@mailman.lug.org.uk
    \r\nRead list: list archives here
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\nThe facebook page is here
    \r\n
    \r\nTwitter:- @blacc2
    \r\n
    \r\n RSS Subscribe
    \r\n
    \r\nMeetings every Saturday 10-12 excluding school holidays
    \r\nAt 29-35 Ripon road, Blackpool. FY1 4DY
    \r\n\r\n
    \r\nFormat -
    \r\n''Free for all'' open day.
    \r\nMembers, non members, friends, passers by, everybody welcome.
    \r\n
    \r\nRipon road is residents only parking, don''t get a parking ticket
    \r\n
    \r\n Link to map :- Ripon road, Blackpool FY1 4DY
    \r\nThe sign says: PCRECYCLER LTD.
    \r\n\r\nUse the buzzer/intercom on the wall next to the door in the yard to get in.
    \r\n
    \r\n

    \r\nPicture of Ripon road building by Jim Huntsman:-
    \r\n
    \r\n
    \r\n
    \r\nRipon road
    \r\n
    \r\n
    \r\nLUG Main contact:-
    \r\nMike Hewitt
    \r\n\r\nadmin[at]pcrecycler[.]co[.]uk
    \r\nTel 01253 293258 between 10-2, Mon,Tue,Thur,Friday.
    \r\nFax:-07092162209
    \r\n
    \r\n
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    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (864, 'episode', '2011-11-23', 'Opentech Conference 2011: Glen Mehn, SI Camp', '

    Hello world and welcome to our show on Hacker Public Radio. This episode is our de-brief on the Opentech Conference in London, plus an interview with Glen Mehn of Social Innovation Camp by my co-host is Les Pounder

    \r\n

    OpenTech 2011

    \r\n

    Saturday 21st May 2011,Union Building, University of London.

    \r\n

    Interview: Glen Mehne of Social Innovation Camp:

    \r\n

    Social Innovation Camp brings together ideas, people and digital tools to build web-based solutions to social problems – all in just 48 hours

    \r\n\r\n

    OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

    \r\n\r\n

    Your Hosts:

    \r\n\r\n\r\n

    The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

    \r\n

    Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

    \r\n\r\ n

    Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

    \r\n\r\n

    Runtime: 18mins 26seconds

    ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (865, 'episode', '2011-11-24', 'Desktop Transparency', '

    Deltaray talks about the (true) history of Desktop Transparency.

    \r\n\r\n\r\nThe famous screenshot that started it all, by Cmdr Taco', 'Deltaray', 194, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (866, 'episode', '2011-11-28', 'Publican, the user-friendly Perl frontend to Docbook XML', '

    Klaatu introduces you to Publican, the user-friendly Perl frontend to Docbook XML from the Fedora Linux Project. Also, how to set up vim with XML tag completion.

    \r\n \r\n

    Links

    \r\n \r\n

    \r\nAlso see Docbook The Definitive Guide \r\n

    \r\n \r\n

    \r\nnXML-mode for GNU Emacs. \r\n

    \r\n \r\n

    \r\nFeel free to glance over the dot-emacs file that Klaatu uses, mostly stolen from Unix guru Bill Von Hagen (who in turn stole it from lots of other people; read comments for credits) \r\n

    \r\n \r\n

    \r\nXML Completion for Vim \r\n

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 0, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (867, 'episode', '2011-11-28', 'Gift Guide for Electronics Engineers of the Future', '

    In today''s show Mr. Gadgets continues his quest to encouraging young people to get interested in technology.

    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\n

    ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (868, 'episode', '2011-11-29', 'Emacs Console', 'In today''s show JWP returns with a look at emacs console. ', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (869, 'episode', '2011-11-30', 'The Count of Monte Cristo', '

    Welcome to syndicated Thursday on Hacker Public Radio

    \r\n

    \r\nEach Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content from around the web. If you know of some creative commons material that you would like to bring to the attention of the community then send an email to admin. \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nToday we''re going back in time, to a classic audio drama performance by the Mercury Theater and was originally aired in Aug 29, 1938. It is an adaptation of the classic novel The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas.

    \r\n

    \r\n

    Mercury Theatre

    \r\n

    \r\nOrson Welles at old style microphone
    \r\nThe Mercury Theatre was a theatre company founded in New York City in 1937 by Orson Welles and John Houseman. After a string of live theatrical productions, in 1938 the Mercury Theatre progressed into their best-known period as The Mercury Theatre on the Air, a radio series that included one of the most notable and infamous radio broadcasts of all time, The War of the Worlds, broadcast on October 30, 1938. The Mercury Theatre on the Air produced live radio dramas in 1938-1940 and again briefly in 1946.\r\n

    \r\n

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    \r\n

    \r\nThe Count of Monte Cristo (French: Le Comte de Monte-Cristo) is an adventure novel by Alexandre Dumas. It is often considered to be, along with The Three Musketeers, Dumas''s most popular work. He completed the work in 1844. Like many of his novels, it is expanded from the plot outlines suggested by his collaborating ghostwriter Auguste Maquet.

    \r\n

    photo of Dumas

    \r\n

    \r\nThe story takes place in France, Italy, islands in the Mediterranean and the Levant during the historical events of 1815–1838 (from just before the Hundred Days through to the reign of Louis-Philippe of France). The historical setting is a fundamental element of the book. An adventure story primarily concerned with themes of hope, justice, vengeance, mercy and forgiveness, it tells of a man who is wrongfully imprisoned, escapes from jail, acquires a fortune and sets about getting revenge on the men who destroyed his life. However, his plans also have devastating consequences for the innocent as well as the guilty. The book is considered a literary classic today. According to Luc Sante, "The Count of Monte Cristo has become a fixture of Western civilization''s literature, as inescapable and immediately identifiable as Mickey Mouse, Noah''s flood, and the story of Little Red Riding Hood."\r\n

    \r\n

    links

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License
    \r\n
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandre_Dumas
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Count_of_Monte_Cristo
    \r\nhttp://librivox.org/the-count-of-monte-cristo-by-alexandre-dumas/
    \r\nhttp://www.archive.org/details/count_monte_cristo_0711_librivox
    \r\nhttp://www.archive.org/details/worksofalexand02duma
    \r\n
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercury_Theatre
    \r\nhttp://www.archive.org/details/OrsonWelles-MercuryTheater-1938Recordings
    \r\nhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/
    \r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nTodays show is licensed under a Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 , while most of the show notes are taken from Wikipedia and are available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

    ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (870, 'episode', '2011-12-02', 'Computer Memories', '

    In his second HPR episode, Deltaray looks back at his early computer experiences, from the Commodore to the Amiga, early computer stores, a BBS, and...The Strip.

    \r\n\r\n

    Sound effects by jppi-stu (117647) and timbre (84427) of freesound.org\r\n

    \r\n

    Apple Lisa

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Lisa
    \r\nThe Apple Lisa - also known as the Lisa - is a personal computer designed by Apple Computer, Inc. (now Apple, Inc.) during the early 1980s.
    \r\n\r\nDevelopment of the Lisa began in 1978 as a powerful personal computer with a graphical user interface (GUI) targeted toward business customers.
    \r\n\r\nIn 1982, Steve Jobs was forced out of the Lisa project, so he joined the Macintosh project instead. The Macintosh is not a direct descendant of Lisa, although there are obvious similarities between the systems and the final revision, the Lisa 2/10, was modified and sold as the Macintosh XL.
    \r\n\r\nThe Lisa was a more advanced system than the Macintosh of that time in many respects, such as its inclusion of protected memory, cooperative multitasking, a generally more sophisticated hard disk based operating system, a built-in screensaver, an advanced calculator with a paper tape and RPN, support for up to two megabytes (MB) of RAM, expansion slots, a numeric keypad, data corruption protection schemes such as block sparing, non-physical file names (with the ability to have multiple documents with the same name), and a larger higher-resolution display. It would be many years before many of those features were implemented on the Macintosh platform. Protected memory, for instance, did not arrive until the Mac OS X operating system was released in 2001. The Macintosh featured a faster 68000 processor (7.89 MHz) and sound. The complexity of the Lisa operating system and its programs taxed the 5 MHz Motorola 68000 microprocessor so that consumers said it felt sluggish, particularly when scrolling in documents.
    \r\nlisa photo\r\n
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_lisa\r\n


    \r\n

    TRS-80

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRS_80
    \r\nTRS-80 was Tandy Corporation''s desktop microcomputer model line, sold through Tandy''s Radio Shack stores in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The first units, ordered unseen, were delivered in November 1977, and rolled out to the stores the third week of December. The line won popularity with hobbyists, home users, and small-businesses. Tandy Corporation''s leading position in what Byte Magazine called the "1977 Trinity" (Apple, Commodore and Tandy) had much to do with Tandy''s retailing the computer through more than 3000 of its Radio Shack (Tandy in Europe) storefronts. Notable features of the original TRS-80 included its full-stroke QWERTY keyboard, small size, its Floating Point BASIC programming language, an included monitor, and a starting price of $600. The pre-release price was $500 and a $50 deposit was required, with a money back guarantee at time of delivery. One major drawback of the original system was the massive RF interference it caused in surrounding electronics. This became a problem when it was determined to violate FCC regulations, leading to the Model I''s phase out in favor of the new Model III.
    \r\nBy 1979, the TRS-80 had the largest available selection of software in the microcomputer market.
    \r\n....
    \r\nIn July 1980 Tandy released the Model III. The improvements of the Model III over the Model I included built-in lower case, a better keyboard, 1500-baud cassette interface, and a faster (2.03 MHz) Z-80 processor. With the introduction of the Model III, Model I production was discontinued as it did not comply with new FCC regulations as of 1 January 1981 regarding electromagnetic interference. The Model I radiated so much interference that while playing games an AM radio placed next to the computer could be used to provide sounds.
    \r\n\r\nThe Model III could run about 80% of Model I software, but used an incompatible disk format. Customers and developers complained of bugs in its BASIC and the TRSDOS operating system. The computer also came with the option of integrated disk drives. Since they took power from the same supply as the motherboard and screen, which was not upgraded for the disk drive models, it was common to see the screen image shrink noticeably during drive access.
    \r\n\r\nphoto
    \r\n
    \r\n\r\nhttp:// web.archive.org/web/20060425163924/http://www.kjsl.com/trs80/model3info.html\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n

    Commadore 128

    \r\n

    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commodore_128
    \r\nThe Commodore 128 (C128, CBM 128, C=128) home/personal computer was the last 8-bit machine commercially released by Commodore Business Machines (CBM). Introduced in January 1985 at the CES in Las Vegas, it appeared three years after its predecessor, the bestselling Commodore 64.\r\n
    \r\nThe C128 was a significantly expanded successor to the C64 and unlike the earlier Commodore Plus/4, nearly full compatibility with the C64 was retained, in both hardware and software. The new machine featured 128 KB of RAM, in two 64 KB banks and an 80-column RGBI video output (driven by the 8563 VDC chip with 16 KB dedicated video RAM), as well as a substantially redesigned case and keyboard. Also included was a Zilog Z80 CPU which allowed the C128 to run CP/M, as an alternate to the usual Commodore BASIC environment.\r\n
    \r\nThe primary hardware designer of the C128 was Bil Herd, who had worked on the Plus/4. Other hardware engineers were Dave Haynie and Frank Palaia, while the IC design work was done by Dave DiOrio. The main Commodore system software was developed by Fred Bowen and Terry Ryan, while the CP/M subsystem was developed by Von Ertwine\r\n
    \r\nphoto\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n

    Amiga 2000

    \r\n

    \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    \r\nThe Amiga 2000, or A2000, is a personal computer released by Commodore in 1986. It is the successor to the Amiga 1000.\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiga_2000
    \r\nphoto\r\n

    \r\n
    \r\n', 'Deltaray', 194, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (871, 'episode', '2011-12-05', 'HPR Community News for Nov 2011', '

    HPR Community News

    \r\n\r\n
    A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.
    \r\n

    New hosts

    \r\n

    \r\nWelcome to our new host: \r\nKevin Granade \r\nand\r\nDeltaray\r\n

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    Show Review

    \r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n
    id\r\ntitle\r\n\r\nhost\r\n
    hpr0852GNU Emacs 1
    klaatu
    hpr0853Pat Volkerding of Slackware Linux chats with Klaatu
    klaatu
    hpr0854All In IT Radio0007 - Should Cars Get Smarter ?
    Syndicated Thursdays series.\r\n
    hpr0855Packaging for your distro
    Mike Hingley
    hpr0856GNU Emacs 2
    klaatu
    hpr0857Sam Tuke - Free Software Foundation Europe
    OggCamp11 series.

    \r\n
    hpr0858Pre micro computer tech in the home #2
    MrGadgets
    hpr0859Sourcetrunk: OwnCloud
    Syndicated Thursdays series.

    \r\n
    hpr0860Kaizendo, GNU Parallel and some more FSCONS
    FSCONS series.

    \r\n
    hpr0861Emacs Part 3: The Reckoning.
    klaatu
    hpr0862Breaking Down TFTP
    Kevin Granade
    hpr0863Tony Hughes Free Cycle
    Ken Fallon
    hpr0864Opentech Conference 2011: Glen Mehn, SI Camp
    Full Circle Podcast series.

    \r\n
    hpr0865Desktop Transparency
    Deltaray
    hpr0866Publican, the user-friendly Perl frontend to Docbook XML
    klaatu
    hpr0867Gift Guide for Electronics Engineers of the Future
    MrGadgets
    hpr0868Emacs Console
    JWP
    hpr0869The Count of Monte Cristo
    HPR Admins
    hpr0870Computer Memories
    Deltaray
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    New HPR Community Spokesperson for 2012

    \r\n

    \r\nCommunities like Debian and Fedora regularly change the person in the position of community manager so that the community is better represented, ideas are kept fresh and team work is fostered. With this in mind we are looking for a new member of the community to come forward and represent HPR as the community spokesperson.\r\n

    \r\n

    \r\nThe job is focused on encouraging people to contribute to the project, spreading the word and building the community.\r\n

    \r\nIf you are interested or would like to suggest someone for the position then please send your comments to the Mail list.
    \r\nDon''t worry Ken and all the other ''regulars'' will continue to support HPR.\r\n

    \r\n\r\n

    Give to FLOSS

    \r\n

    \r\nPaying homage to the tradition started my Chess Griffin of Linux Reality we are asking people to contribute financially over the coming month to a to a FLOSS of CC project. Just email us what you contributed to and we''ll mail you one of the last few HPR stickers and give you a shout out on the end of year show. Please Spread the word!

    \r\n\r\n

    End of Year show

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    \r\nWe will be organizing a open mic end of year show next month so please have your "best of hpr" story ready for the event. More information on time and date to follow. If you cant make it to the live recording, then please record a short segment and send it on in.\r\n

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    Contribute Shows

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    \r\nWe''re short of shows so please stop procrastinating and record that show today. http://hackerpublicradio.org/contribute.php has more information on how to do that.\r\n

    \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 47, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (872, 'episode', '2011-12-05', 'Packaging YUM', '

    A bonus episode in the Packaging Applications for Linux mini series! Inspired by Thrice in IRC, Klaatu discusses the yum package manager and how to weild it like an ancient RPM warrior.

    ', 'klaatu', 78, 63, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (873, 'episode', '2011-12-06', 'Philip and Rebecca Newborough of CrunchBang', '

    \r\nToday we interview Philip Newborough (aka corenominal) project lead for CrunchBang Linux and their community manager Rebecca Newborough. CrunchBang is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution offering a great blend of speed, style and substance. Using the nimble Openbox window manager, it is highly customisable and provides a modern, full-featured GNU/Linux system without sacrificing performance.\r\n

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    \r\nIn September 2011, Philip gave up paid employment to concentrate on personal projects and is now working full-time on CrunchBang Linux. Feel free to donate a over on his sitehttp://crunchbang.org/donate\r\n

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    \r\nhttp://crunchbang.org/
    \r\nhttp://www.ubuntu.com/
    \r\nhttp://openbox.org/
    \r\nhttp:// www.xfce.org/
    \r\nhttp://technologyserved.com/
    \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CrunchBang_Linux
    \r\nhttp://www.debian.org/
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    ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (874, 'episode', '2011-12-07', 'Interview: Lucy Chambers, Open Knowledge Foundation', '

    Hello World and welcome to our show on Hacker Public Radio. This episode is the last of our three interviews resulting from the Opentech Conference over the Summer by my co-host, Les Pounder

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    We''re going to jump straight in and skip the introductions; if you want to find out about the conference and our other interviews, you can listen back to the earlier preview show with conference organiser Sam Smith and interview shows with speakers Greg Mehne of Social Innovation Camp and Paula Graham of Fossbox.

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    | Interview: Lucy Chambers of the Open Knowledge Foundation

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    "Founded in 2004, we’re a not-for-profit organization promoting open knowledge: any kind of data and content – sonnets to statistics, genes to geodata – that can be freely used, reused, and redistributed. We promote open knowledge because of its potential to deliver far-reaching societal benefits."

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    OpenTech 2011

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    Saturday 21st May 2011,Union Building, University of London.

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    OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

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    Your Hosts:

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      The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community\r\nFind us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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      Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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      Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

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      Runtime: 20mins 17seconds

      ', 'Robin Catling', 160, 56, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (875, 'episode', '2011-12-08', 'Replacing Older Hardware', 'In today''s show JWP talks to us about replacing some of his old amd boxes. He investigates what he can get for $250. He heads over to http://geeks.com for a P4 with HDMI out.', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (876, 'episode', '2011-12-11', 'Packaging applications: BSD ports', '

      Klaatu concludes his three-part series on packaging applications for GNU Linux and BSD. In this episode, he covers BSD ports; how to get them, how to write one, and how to install it. Then he gives his opinion on the myriad packaging options that unix users have available to them.

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      Get this episode in ogg vorbis courtesy the GNU World Order.

      ', 'klaatu', 78, 63, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (877, 'episode', '2011-12-12', 'Welcome Frank Bell', '

      Today our newest host, Frank Bell describes how he started on the road to Linux and some of the things he noticed along the way. In this episode, he goes from a empty computer to one running \r\nSlackware 10.0.

      ', 'Frank Bell', 195, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (878, 'episode', '2011-12-13', 'OpenShorts Episode 4', '

      \r\nMr. Gadget''s quest to get us interested in hardware continues. Today we learn about making three-dimensional parts using inexpensive computer-controlled manufacturing equipment. Both additive (RepRap, CandyFab) and subtractive (Lumenlab Micro CNC) systems are covered.

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      Links

      \r\n', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (879, 'episode', '2011-12-14', 'SMLR 009', '

      Welcome to syndicated Thursday on Hacker Public Radio

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      Each Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content from around the web. If you know of some creative commons material that you would like to bring to the attention of the community then send an email to admin.

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      Sunday Morning Linux Review

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      http://smlr.us

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      Intro:

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      Mat Enders and Tony Bemus
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      Kernel News: Mat

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      Time: 1:56
      \r\nLatest RC release is 3.2-rc5 released on Friday 12/9 at 6pm Eastern standard time.

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      It has been slightly over a week since the last rc release. And rc5 is bigger in number of commits. Many of the commits are small, so it is possible that the *diff* will be smaller than both -rc2 and -rc4 were.

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      A big part of this release is that Ingo is back, and had a backlog. That isn’t enough to explain it all. There were xfs and btrfs changes, along with network updates, and the usual 50% random driver updates.

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      Greg KH announced the release of the 2.6.32.50, 3.0.13, and 3.1.5 stable kernels 12/9.

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      The 2.6.32.50 kernel had 28 files changed, 164 insertions, and 54 deletions.
      \r\nThe 3.0.13 kernel had 93 files changed, 659 insertions, and 201 deletions.
      \r\nThe 3.1.5 kernel had 135 files changed, 1170 insertions, and 471 deletions.

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      Kernel Quote of The Week:

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      Hey Linus stop working on Subsurface, The Scuba Diving Log that doesn’t suck, during the week so you can get the latest RC out before 6pm eastern time so it is easier for me to do these updates. (insert appropriate smiley here)

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      –Mat Enders

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      Distro News: Tony

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      Time: 4:53

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      Distrowatch.com

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      Distro of the Week: Tony

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      Tech News:

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      Time: 15:45

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      jQuery Tells The Real Story About Plugin Site, or Why You Should Have a Backup More Recent Than a Year Old

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      The jQuery plugins site devolopers have finaly told the real story, in a blog posting. The plugins site went down about a week ago with just this message: “The plugins site is currently unavailable. We’ve been looking to provide a higher-quality, spam-free expierence at the plugins site for some time and we have decided to temporarily shutter the existing site. We will be providing more details on the new plugins site soon, so that plugin authors can hit the ground running with our new submission process.” What really happened was, in an attempt to clean up the spam using Drupal Views Bulk Operations, all of the plugins were deleted. And the only backup was a year old. The developers asked for forgiveness and some help in developing a completely new plugins site. The plugins site needed renovations for quite some time. Due to the spam issue and because of how plugins were manged through the CMS that was cluttered and awkward. They were planning on replacing the site when events caused an imdeiate need. When I say events I mean the accidental deletion and lack of backup was the impetus to move those plans into action. jQuery plugin developers should create a GitHub presence, even if they just mirror their existing source code management. The new site still being developed on github.com/jquery/plugins.jquery.com/ and there is currently no date for its launch.

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      Download.com accused of wrapping nmap in a “trojan installer”

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      Nmaps author says CBS Interactive and CNET’s Download.com are wrapping the open source application in a proprietary installer. In the past, they have never altered the application downloads they serve up, they have been changing that over the last six months. Gordon “Fyodor” Lyon, lays out his issues in a posting to the Nmap Hackers mailing list. He claims the installer does thing like install the ‘StartNow’ toolbar”, makes Bing the default search engine, and then sets the users home page to MSN. This is how a “trojan installer” functions. If the installer is seperated from the download and sent to VirusTotal it shows that ten of the 42 scanners, they run it against, identify it as a trojan or adware installer. Also the Nmap trademark is displayed next to offers to install software, as if the Nmap organization supports these products. As Nmap is not under the plain GPL but under an enhanced version that specifically prohibits aggregation into a proprietary executable installer.
      \r\n Download.com initially claimed its scheme is simple for developers to opt-out of. The opt out is not automatic though. Download.com says “all opt-out requests are carefully reviewed on a case by case basis.” Lyon is looking for a US copyright attorney and wants to get the word to the hundreds of users who use Download.com every week to download Nmap.
      \r\n CBS’s Download.com site has been called out for this type of behaviour before. In August, ExtremeTech claimed similar behaviour with the media player VLC. According to an FAQ from CBS this installer software was rolled out in July.
      \r\n\r\n After the fecal matter hit the fan on this Download.COM back pedaled in a big way. In a statement, Sean Murphy, the Vice President and General Manager of Download.com said, “The bundling of this software was a mistake on our part and we apologize to the user and developer communities for the unrest it caused.” Then adding that they had “reviewed all open source files in our catalog to ensure none are being bundled”.
      \r\nLyon posted an update, stating that Microsoft had been in contact with him and claimed they “didn’t know they were sponsoring CNET to trojan open source software”. Microsoft also stated that they had stopped the practice, which seems odd since they said that they were unaware that it was happening. So now the Download.com installer changed to install the “Babylon toolbar” which did different search engine redirection. CNET then later removed that and is now installing its own “techtracker” tool for updating downloaded software. However they are also restoring the “Direct download link” which allows users to download files without having to download the “download manager”.
      \r\n Who knows if these changes will quell the controversey. The changes only affect open source software and the proprietary freeware and trial software on Download.com will still have the Download.com Installer packaging. A number of open source programs at Download.COM still had an installer wrapping them. There has been no general apology for bundling GPL software with closed source installers.

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      Researchers at Google Have Proposed s Fix to The SSL Dilemma

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      Google researchers Adam Langley and Ben Laurie have proposed a new method for ensuring the trustworthiness of the public key infrastructure (PKI) underpinning HTTPS. Thier idea is based on a public list of all certificates ever issued by certificate authorities. The two problems with how the current system works are. First, if an attacker can comprimise any of the more than 100 certificate authorities and aquire a certificate for a server such as amazon.com, end users would not be able to tell the fraudulant site from the real one. Second, the way the system currently works Amazon would not be able to detect the fraud either.
      \r\n Langley and Laurie believe that a public list would mitigate both problems. Whenever a website offered up a certificate, the browser would check the supplied certificate against one of these public lists. If the browser did not find the certificate on any of the lists, the site would be treated as untrusted. Companies would then be able to check these lists regularly, to locate any fraudulent certificates. Which means that even if a criminal was able to obtain a fake certificate, they could not use it efectively. Merkle signature trees would be used to maintain the integrity of the lists.
      \r\n\r\n The proposals might not be implemented and, if it is, noone knows over what sort of timescale. There are also other alternatives being proposed like Firefoxs’ extension Convergence being pursued by security expert Moxie Marlinspike.

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      Android’s Revenge on Apple’s iPhone & iPad

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      Could Apple be regretting its world-wide war on Android? A German court issued a preliminary injunction on Motorola’s behalf that prevents European sales of all Apple’s 3G-enabled devices. Android-power Motorola Mobility, soon to be a part of Google, used a patent to thwart the competition. Apple has been using design and software patents in order to attack Android world wide. So I don’t think this could have happened to a nicer company.

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      Regretably the patent being used, Method for performing a countdown function during a mobile-originated transfer for a packet radio system, is an excellent example of brain dead software patents. Almost as bad as Apple trying to block anybody from creating a rectangular phone or tablet as it would infringe on thier “unique” design. Thing like this sadly are not unusual but equate to little more than Intelectual Property (IP) blackmail. Just check out U.S. Patent No. 6,359,898 and its European Union equivalent, EP1010336 (B1) ? 2003-03-19. They basicly describe performing a countdown over a 3G connection. You know lik, “Ten seconds to complete your download, three, two, one, download complete.” Oh, obviously an original idea indeed.

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      So you say why is a countdown mechanism so essential that a court would rule that Apple would be in violation and unable to sell thier products in Europe. Well so does Apple which is why they have appealled using a Fair, Reasonable, and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) defense. [Tony this is a link to a PDF that explains a frand defense please embed it http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/jevons/papers/colloquium_2007/jevons07_glader.pdf] This defenses core argument is that this feature is not an essential component to 3G mobile telephony. I and I also assume you all understand that, but the German court wasn’t going for it.

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      So this will go on for a while in the court system with suit and counter suit. And in the end it will only delay the sale of Apple products in the EU. But another side effect is that no matter where you buy your smartphone it will cost you more because thes kinds of court battles do not come cheap. I have a suggestion to all of these patent mongers and trolls, knock it off and just compete in the market place instead of the court room.

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      Get top-quality open source security tools in one distro

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      If you could have just one toolkit for network security, which one would you choose? I mean the one toolkit that had all of the functionality you needed for securing, analyzing, monitoring, and validating your network. Would it be BackTrack, Deft, or Helix? Well I have used two of those and I have found a distro that I think kicks thier ass. After you have checked out Network Security Toolkit (NST), I believe that you will choose it also.

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      This live DVD is based on Fedora. NST was designed to bring you easy access to the best Open Source Network Security Applications. It should run on most x86/x86_64 platforms. The intent of this distrobution is to provide network security administrators with a complete set of tools. Most of the tools in INSECURE.ORGs Top 100 Security Tools are in this kit. An advanced Web User Interface (WUI) is provided for system administration, navigation, automation, geolocation and configuration for many of the network and security applications in distribution.

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      Here are some of the tools that come with NST:

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      Aircrack NG: A wireless sniffer and WEP/ WPA-PSK key cracker
      \r\nAirsnort: A wireless LAN (WLAN) tool that recovers encryption keys.
      \r\n\r\nAmap: A next-generation scanning tool that identifies applications and services even if they are not listening on the default port by creating a bogus communication and analyzing the responses.
      \r\nArgus/Argus-Clients/Argus-Monitor: An audit record generation and utilization system
      \r\nArp-Scan: A scanning and fingerprinting tool
      \r\nArpwatch: Network monitoring tools for tracking IP addresses on a network.
      \r\nAwstats: Advanced Web statistics
      \r\nBandwidthd: Tracks network usage and builds HTML and graphs
      \r\nBeecrypt: An open source cryptography library
      \r\nBit-twist: A simple yet powerful libpcap-based Ethernet packet generator
      \r\nBlackOwlMIBBrowser: A Visual SNMP MIB browser with MIB variable graphing.
      \r\n\r\nCadaver: A command-line WebDAV client
      \r\nCheckDNS: A Domain Name Server analysis and reporting tool
      \r\nChkrootkit: A tool to locally check for signs of a rootkit
      \r\nClamAV: Antivirus
      \r\nConntrack-tools: Tools to manipulate netfilter connection tracking table
      \r\nDNScap: A DNS traffic capture utility
      \r\nDNSenum: The tool gathers as much information as possible about a domain.
      \r\nDNSmap: A network tool that performs brute force search/query of domains.
      \r\nDNSwalk: A DNS debugger
      \r\n\r\nDsniff: Tools for network auditing and penetration testing.
      \r\nEtherape: A graphical network viewer modeled after etherman.
      \r\nFirewalk: Active reconnaissance network security tool.
      \r\nForemost: Recover files by carving them from a raw disk.
      \r\nFreeradius: A high-performance and highly configurable free RADIUS server
      \r\nFwbuilder: A firewall builder
      \r\nGeoclue: A modular geoinformation service
      \r\nGPGme: GnuPG Made Easy — a high level crypto API
      \r\nGreenbone-Security-Assistant: A Web-based interface to the Open Vulnerability Assessment Scanner
      \r\n\r\nGSD: A desktop (GUI) interface to the Open Vulnerability Assessment Scanner
      \r\nHoneyd: A honeypot daemon
      \r\nHunt: A tool for demonstrating well-known weaknesses in the TCP/IP protocol suite.
      \r\nKismet: Kismet is an 802.11 layer2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and IDS.
      \r\nMbrowse: A GUI SNMP MIB browser
      \r\nNagios: Nagios monitors hosts and services and yells if something breaks.
      \r\nNBTScan: A tool to gather NetBIOS info from Windows networks.
      \r\nNetmask: A utility for determining network masks.
      \r\nNetwag: The GUI for the network toolbox Netwox
      \r\n\r\nNload: Monitor network traffic and bandwidth usage in real-time.
      \r\nWireshark: A network protocol analyzer

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      Installing NST is as simple and easy as any other major Linux distribution out there today. After downloading the DVD image burn it out to disk, then pop it in and and boot up. You can choose to either boot into console or graphical mode, recommend the graphical mode even though it is GNOME 3. If your hardware will not support GNOME 3 you can opt to fall back on Classic GNOME. After bootup you will see the default live user enter the password nst2003 and let the desktop load. Once the desktop has fully loaded you can either take it for a test drive or jump right into the install. In order to install it you have to go to Applications > System Tools > Install NST To Hard Drive. If you have installed any Linux distribution before you will find no surprises here. When the installation is complete, or the live version is up and running, you can start experimenting with the tools. There are hundreds of available tools here to help you monitor, secure, analyze, and do practicly anything else on your network.

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      Carrier IQ hit with privacy lawsuits as more security researchers weigh in

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      Carrier IQ [...] has been hit with two class-action lawsuits from users worried about how the company’s software tracks their smartphone activity. Carrier IQ, of course, professes its innocence. But the company has also received some public support from security researchers who say Carrier IQ’s software is only tracking diagnostic information and likely is not violating user privacy.

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      SFLC Asks the US Congress for a DMCA Exception

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      The Software Freedom Law Center has filed a request with the US Librarian of Congress for a DMCA exception that would allow users to freely decide what software they can install and uninstall on devices they own.

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      \r\nArduino 1.0 Released

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      A long time coming, this release brings small but important changes to clean up the Arduino environment and language – as well as adding lots of additional features. Updates to the environment include a new file extension, toolbar icons, and color scheme as well as a progress bar on compilation and upload. The language changes include modifications to the Serial class, addition of DHCP and DNS support to the Ethernet library, a new SoftwareSerial library, multi-file support in the SD library, modifications to the Wire library and UDP class, etc.

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      \r\nGnome Shell Extensions Website Launched

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      The site, which is primarily provided for GNOME 3.2 users, only works in Firefox presently. Support for additional browsers is planned. Amongst the extensions already on offer are an old school ‘GNOME Applications Menu’, ‘Frippery Bottom Panel’ (which adds a window switcher panel to the bottom of the screen), and a ‘Places Status Indicator‘.

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      Outtro Music:
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      \r\n\r\nJamendo.com
      \r\nDropping out of School by Brad Sucks

      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (880, 'episode', '2011-12-15', 'Handbook for the Criminally Insane', '

      \r\nIn this episode of the HPR audio book club Broam, resno, Dann Washko, Integgroll, and pokey discuss the podiobooks.com presentation of Handbook for the Criminally Insane written and read by Brian Holtz. This episode contains spoilers, in the second half, so please listen to the audiobook for yourself before listening to the podcast all the way through. This book was met with polarizingly mixed reviews. Some thought it was a light hearted horror comedy in the spirit of Bruce Campbell while others thought it was something less entertaining.\r\n

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      \r\nYou can download this audiobook for free (or voluntary donation) from http://www.podiobooks.com/title/handbook-for-the-criminally-insane \r\n

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      \r\nDuring this show the hosts also discuss alcohol beverages. \r\nInteggroll was drinking Jepsom''s Malort, which he says pairs very nicely with "The Handbook"\r\n

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      \r\nOur next audiobook will be Dead Hunt by Kenn Crawford. It is available at podiobooks.com The direct link is:\r\nhttp://www. podiobooks.com/title/dead-hunt\r\n

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      \r\nIf you enjoy this episode of HPR, you can find more podcasts by our hosts at:\r\n

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      \r\nWe all had a great time recording this show, and we hope you enjoyed it as well. Thank you very much for listening.\r\n

      \r\nSincerely,\r\nThe HPR_AudioBookClub\r\n

      \r\nP.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, we have included a few.', 'HPR_AudioBookClub', 157, 53, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (881, 'episode', '2011-12-18', 'Intel Atom processor', '

      In todays show JWP gives us the low down on the Intel Atom processor

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      Intel Atom

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      \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Atom\r\n

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      \r\nIntel Atom is the brand name for a line of ultra-low-voltage IA-32 and x86-64 CPUs (or microprocessors) from Intel, designed in 45 nm CMOS and used mainly in netbooks, nettops, embedded application ranging from health care to advanced robotics and Mobile Internet devices (MIDs). On December 21, 2009, Intel announced the next generation of Atom processors, including the N450, with total kit power consumption down 20%. Intel Atom processors are based on the Bonnell microarchitecture.\r\n

      ', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (882, 'episode', '2011-12-19', 'RPM format', '

      Klaatu continues his three-part series on packaging applications for GNU Linux and BSD. In this second episode, he covers the RPM format and howto use rpmbuild to create both binary and source RPM packages. He uses SigFLUP''s yesplz as an example again, so be sure to grab the source if you''ll be following along.

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      Get this episode in ogg vorbis courtesy the GNU World Order.

      ', 'klaatu', 78, 63, 0, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (883, 'episode', '2011-12-20', 'Dan Lynch interview', '

      \r\nToday we give you another of the interviews from OggCamp where we interview Dan Lynch. Here''s his bio from his own site http://danlynch.org/\r\n\r\n

      \r\n

      Dan Lynch

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      My cartoon imageHello and welcome, I''m Dan. A writer, musician, developer, broadcaster and hopeless geek from Liverpool in the UK. This site is the hub of everything I do online, or at least it''s supposed to be but it still needs work. I''m committed to Free & Open Source Software and Creative Commons, I write and broadcast about both, mainly through the Linux Outlaws and Rathole Radio podcasts. You may also know me as a host of FLOSS Weekly on the TWIT Network.

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      Rathole Radio is my music show where I play a wide selection of the best music on the net. I interview artists, tell silly stories, have live votes and even play songs myself. The music is very eclectic because I believe that all styles have good and bad within them. I want people to open their minds and not pigeon-hole everything. I only play one "style" of music, stuff I like.

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      Linux Outlaws is a weekly show where I discuss the latest happenings in the Open Source technology world and with my German co-host and friend Fab. It''s grown beyond anything we could have imagined. We get tens of thousands of downloads per show, it''s taken me to different parts of the world and allowed me to meet and share time with many of my technology heroes. I''m very lucky. Below you will see the latest content from my blog and both these podcasts. You can also use the links on the menu to find more specialised information about my music and other things.

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      I sing and play guitar in a band called 20lb Sounds. We recently launched our website with free music downloads and we hope to build up a community there. I''m calling it the 20lb Army, so sign up and join the fun :)

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      I organised a large Free Software and Free Culture event in Liverpool called OggCamp10. Strange name I know but the site explains all that. It took place on 1st and 2nd of May 2010, we were joined by many great FOSS fans and developers from around the world. Not only that but on Friday April 30th 2010 I also ran a successful Rathole Radio gig with David Rovics and Attila The Stockbroker to kick the weekend off.

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      I support the Open Rights Group and I''m very concerned about digital rights and political matters in the UK. I''m a proud member of both Liverpool LUG and Chester LUG and regularly attend meetings at both. Is this two timing or just a real commitment to FOSS? I''ll let you decide ;)

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      Thanks for visiting. Feel free to hang around a while and put your feet up.

      ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (884, 'episode', '2011-12-21', 'Cross Platform Streaming', '

      Welcome to syndicated Thursday on Hacker Public Radio

      \r\n

      \r\nEach Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content from around the web. If you know of some creative commons material that you would like to bring to the attention of the community then send an email to admin. Today we are featuring the http://www.knightwise.com/knightcast-podcast/889-the-knightcast-kc0057-cross-platform-streaming\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nLogo\r\nThe knightcast is an on - line radio show (or POD-cast) that can be downloaded for free via itunes or any other podcast-client. You can also listen on the website.for YOU and not the other way around. We talk about technology , tips andIt deals with the every day adventures of a modern day cyber-citizen. In the Knightcast we talk about life and technology.. and most importantly how to use that technology to your fullest advantage. Integrating high tech into your life in such a way that technology WORKS tricks .. and how to use it. For example : How to turn your USB-stick into a mobile office .. How to use your laptop to get on line everywhere... How to use the internet to your fullest advantage and so on.\r\n

      \r\n

      Cross Platform Streaming

      \r\n

      \r\nThis week we deep dive into the art of streaming all of your media across your home network using multiple operating systems. We take a look at DLNA servers and clients, Amahi Linux configurations and Virtual Lion servers to stream and sync all of our content to all of our devices , no matter what OS they are on.\r\n

      ', 'Knightwise', 111, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (885, 'episode', '2011-12-22', 'Redo Backup and Recovery 1.0.1.', '

      \r\nThis is a short podcast on Redo Backup and Recovery 1.0.1.\r\nwww.redobackup.org\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Easy Backup, Recovery & Bare Metal Restore

      \r\n

      \r\nHow it works\r\n

      \r\n

      Redo Backup and Recovery is so simple that anyone can use it. It is the easiest, most complete disaster recovery solution available. It allows bare-metal restore. Bare metal restore means that even if your hard drive melts or gets completely erased by a virus, you can have a completely-functional system back up and running in as little as 10 minutes.

      \r\n\r\n

      All your documents and settings will be restored to the exact same state they were in when the last snapshot was taken. Redo Backup and Recovery is a live CD, so it does not matter if you use Windows or Linux. You can use the same tool to backup and restore every machine. And because it is open source released under the GPL, it is completely free for personal and commercial use.

      \r\n\r\n

      More Features, Less Complex

      \r\n

      Redo Backup has the most features coupled with the simplest, most user-friendly interface:

      \r\n
        \r\n
      • Easy graphical user interface boots from CD in less than a minute
      • \r\n
      • No installation needed; runs from a CD-ROM or a USB stick
      • \r\n
      • Saves and restores Windows and Linux machines
      • \r\n
      • Automatically finds local network shares
      • \r\n
      • Access your files even if you can''t log in
      • \r\n
      • Recover deleted pictures, documents, and other files
      • \r\n
      • Internet access with a full-featured browser to download drivers
      • \r\n
      • Live CD download size is only about 200MB
      • \r\n
      \r\n

      Links

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      \r\n

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      ', 'Johninsc', 135, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (886, 'episode', '2011-12-26', 'Product lifecycle management (PLM)', '

      \r\nIn today''s show Ken has a discussion with Alister Munroe about product lifecycle management at OggCamp 11

      \r\n\r\n

      Product lifecycle management

      \r\n

      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      \r\n

      A generic lifecycle of products

      \r\n

      \r\nPLM \r\nIn industry, product lifecycle management (PLM) is the process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from its conception, through design and manufacture, to service and disposal. PLM integrates people, data, processes and business systems and provides a product information backbone for companies and their extended enterprise.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nProduct lifecycle management (PLM) should be distinguished from ''Product life cycle management ( marketing)'' (PLCM). PLM describes the engineering aspect of a product, from managing descriptions and properties of a product through its development and useful life; whereas, PLCM refers to the commercial management of life of a product in the business market with respect to costs and sales measures.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nProduct lifecycle management is one of the four cornerstones of a corporation''s information technology structure. All companies need to manage communications and information with their customers (CRM-customer relationship management), their suppliers (SCM-supply chain management), their resources within the enterprise (ERP-enterprise resource planning) and their planning (SDLC-systems development life cycle). In addition, manufacturing engineering companies must also develop, describe, manage and communicate information about their products.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nOne form of PLM is called people-centric PLM. While traditional PLM tools have been deployed only on release or during the release phase, people-centric PLM targets the design phase.\r\nAs of 2009, ICT development (EU-funded PROMISE project 2004–2008) has allowed PLM to extend beyond traditional PLM and integrate sensor data and real time ''lifecycle event data'' into PLM, as well as allowing this information to be made available to different players in the total lifecycle of an individual product (closing the information loop). This has resulted in the extension of PLM into closed-loop lifecycle management (CL2M).

      \r\n

      Links

      \r\n', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 62, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (887, 'episode', '2011-12-27', 'init()', 'Gun-toting chimp NYbill and\r\ncat-riding neer-do-well Windigo\r\ndetail their first steps into Linux, from humble beginnings to current day.\r\n

      \r\n

      Links

      \r\n', 'NYbill and Windigo', 196, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (888, 'episode', '2011-12-28', 'EMACS Help Sources', '

      \r\nIn today''s show we get proof that Klaatu lured another over to the dark side. So much so that JWP has gathered some resources for you on where you can get help on EMACS they are all on his site at http://jwp1.weeman.org/

      \r\n\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

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      links

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      ', 'JWP', 129, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (889, 'episode', '2011-12-28', 'New Year''s Eve Show Announcement', '

      \r\nThe Hacker Public Radio LIVE New Year''s Eve event will be streamed live from noon to midnight EST This Saturday December 31st. That''s UTC 2011, Dec 31, 1700 hours to 2012, Jan 01, 0500 hours.\r\nAll HPR contributors and listeners are welcome to call in via mumble and discuss their favorite HPR shows and topics of 2011, or bring a topic that you think would help us to have a good show. We''ll be taking calls up to the limit of the server. We''ll be streaming the whole thing, as well as distilling it down to one or more podcasts for the rss feed.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nWhether you''ve contributed to HPR or not, please consider calling in and helping us to make this a great HPR community event.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nMumble server: 174.123.227.204 Port: 43556 Password: OSMPMumble\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nFor callers, there will be a seperate room to test your setup before jumping in the live room just to avoid doing on air mic checks. Please check your sound there before jumping into the main room. Please set compression to the 31.8Kb/s speex codec for compatibility (NOT the CELT codec), and use push to talk.\r\nStream Address: Mirrors to be announced. We have at least one high bandwidth offer so far. \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThank you for listening.\r\n

      \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (890, 'episode', '2011-12-30', 'Where''s my flying car !', '

      In today''s show Mr Gadgets asks the questions that needs to be answered. \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nHe reminds us that a New Year is about to begin and a easy new year resolution to achieve is contributing to HPR\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/contribute.php\r\n

      ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (891, 'episode', '2012-01-02', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 1/8', '

      Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 1

      \r\n

      \r\nThis is the first part of the Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nPipeMan recommends the Behringer U-CONTROL UCA202 has 2 in 2 out rca ports for $40 or so.
      \r\n
      \r\nhttp://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/UCA202.aspx
      \r\nFor a mixer he recommends the Behringer XENYX 802 going for $38 on amazon
      \r\n
      \r\nhttp://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/802. aspx\r\n

      \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (892, 'episode', '2012-01-02', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 2/8 (A Bit About Fedora)', '

      Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 2 (A Bit About Fedora)

      \r\n

      \r\nThis is the second part of the Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n

      \r\n

      Fedora Review

      \r\n

      \r\nGot to RPM Fusion to get all the evil proprietary stuff.\r\nhttp://rpmfusion.org/Configuration/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nFrom the console run "yum update" and accept the keys\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThen run "yum install synergy openssh-server audacity-freeworld ffmpeg sox mplayer inkscape vlc vim firefox poppler-utils wget sshfs kdiff3 terminator kid3 speex-tools filezilla gimp hpijs kate kdiff3 kdirstat \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n# systemctl start sshd.service\r\n# systemctl enable sshd.services\r\ n

      \r\n

      \r\nFirewall restart\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nFollow these instructions to get the vpn working http://kenfallon.com/how-to-install-checkpoint-ssl-extender-vpn-snx-under-fedora-16/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nFollow these instructions to get the citrix working http://kenfallon.com/installing-citrix-on-fedora-14/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nChromium\r\nhttp://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Chromium\r\n-\r\nFlash\r\nhttp://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/\r\n--\r\nskype.com download linux fedora install\r\n

      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (893, 'episode', '2012-01-04', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 3/8 (Everybody loves Crunchbang... except Klaatu)', '

      Hacker Public Radio-NYE Part 3 (Everybody loves Crunchbang... except Klaatu)

      \r\n

      \r\nThis is the third part of the Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n

      \r\n

      Philip Newborough (aka corenominal) project lead for CrunchBang Linux and their community manager Rebecca Newborough join the session. We interviewed them back in hpr0873\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nCrunchBang is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution offering a great blend of speed, style and substance. Using the nimble Openbox window manager, it is highly customisable and provides a modern, full-featured GNU/Linux system without sacrificing performance.

      \r\n

      \r\nIn September 2011, Philip gave up paid employment to concentrate on personal projects and is now working full-time on CrunchBang Linux. During the interview he mentioned that he couldn''t afford to FOSDEM so if you want you can throw him a few credits over at http://crunchbang.org/donate\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Links

      \r\n

      \r\nhttp://crunchbang.org/donate
      \r\nhttp://www.fosdem.org/2012/
      \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0873/
      \r\nhttp://crunchbang.org/
      \r\nhttp://www.ubuntu.com/
      \r\nhttp://openbox.org/
      \r\nhttp://www.xfce.org/
      \r\nhttp:// technologyserved.com/
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CrunchBang_Linux
      \r\nhttp://www.debian.org/

      \r\n

      \r\n


      \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (894, 'episode', '2012-01-05', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 4/8 (Mrs Cornominal brings the naughty)', '

      Hacker Public Radio-NYE Part 4/8 (Hacker Public Radio-NYE Part 4 (Mrs Cornominal brings the naughty) mildly nsfw)

      \r\n

      \r\nMay not be safe for work
      \r\nThis is episode four of a eight part Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n


      \r\n

      \r\nThis segment started with a discussion on accessibility. We are looking for a way to convert the audio to text so that deaf/hard of hearing people can enjoy our content. That lead to a discussion on Text to speech and that if you are uncomfortable or unable to record a show for HPR, then there are loads of people who will narrate a scrip for you.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe discussion turned to the question of how to pick topics for HPR and while the advice is to pick a topic that you''re excited about you can always look at the Requested topics section of HPR at http://hackerpublicradio.org/contribute.php#requested_topics. If there is something that you would like to hear then mail the mailing list at hpr@hackerpublicradio.org (which you can join at http://hackerpublicradio.org/maillist ) or just email admin@hackerpublicradio.org and we''ll add it to the Requested topic page.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nFor the record when we say topic we are not talking about the topic choclate bar.
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topic_(chocolate_bar)\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nAfter discovering that HPR has a explicit tag in iTunes (http://www.apple.com/itunes/podcasts/specs.html#explicit) the conversation took a turn to how the topic of Adult content and that there are two sides to the story.
      \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0069 There''s Pr0n on them there internets!
      \r\nhttp://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0586 Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096- The Internet is For Porn\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThis lead to the question of whither government censorship will force developments in how the Internet is used. This brought up mesh networks (we had a discussion in http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0069 with Juergen Schinker open wireless network) and how the Chaos Computer Club had a presentation on the Hackerspace Global Grid. From their FAQ "We want to build a distributed network of ground stations to receive satellite communications. The first step is establishing a means of accurate synchronization for the distributed network. Next up are building various receiver modules (ADS-B, amateur satellites, etc) and data processing of received signals. A communication/control channel (read: sending data) is a future possibility but there are no fixed plans on how this could be implemented yet."\r\nhttp://shackspace.de/wiki/doku.php?id=project:hgg Hackerspace Global Grid. Sounds a bit like an open version of the Iridium satellite constellation\r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iridium_satellite_constellation Iridium satellite constellation
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nAfter a discussion on Google+, the topic came on whither you needed to encode all 3 audio formats for HPR. The answer is no, not if you don''t want to. If you do then you can download the script that Code Cruncher made from http://hackerpublicradio.org/incoming/processing/prep_audio.sh. That said it''s enough to upload the show in almost any format and we''ll convert it.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nTo round off the segment was a discussion of the http://theflatearthsociety.org/ who argue that "The Flat Earth model is a belief that the Earth''s shape is a plane or disk." (source wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flat_Earth_Theory.
      \r\n.... Which inevitably lead to the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turtles_all_the_way_down and of course that had to lead to http://www.terrypratchett.co.uk/ Terry Pratchett. At that point the Mumble server gave up and decided to go cry in a corner.\r\n

      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (895, 'episode', '2012-01-06', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 5/8 (Funding Free Culture)', '

      Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 5/8 (Funding Free Culture)

      \r\n

      \r\nThis is episode five of a eight part Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n


      \r\n

      \r\nThe discussion focused on how you can support free software and free culture with many paying more for "Free" software than they ever had for proprietary software. Many feel they pay what the can when they can.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe discussion move on to how artists can make a living.
      \r\nShould we draw the line between digital replication and physical replication as copyright infringement, although illegal, is not stealing. Not every download is a lost sale and the argument was made that in some cases "piracy" promotes the use of the software. There was much talk of the continual increase of the copyright terms.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nTime was then devoted to how artists could be compensated for their art and several examples were brought up of alternative means of generating revenue by cutting out the record labels and other middle men. \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n

      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (896, 'episode', '2012-01-08', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 6/8 (The Unix Fight and Thank You Kevin)', '

      Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 6/8 (The Unix Fight and Thank You Kevin)

      \r\n

      \r\nThis is episode six of a eight part Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n


      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (897, 'episode', '2012-01-10', 'Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 7/8 (The Grand Finale)', '

      Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 7/8 (The Grand Finale)

      \r\n

      \r\nThis is episode seven of a eight part Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Thanks to:

      \r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      • PipeManMusic of the Open Source Musician''s Podcast for the Murmur server, and audio streaming
      • \r\n
      • Tracy Holtz for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • cobra2 for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
      • \r\n
      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
      • \r\n
      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
      • \r\n
      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
      • \r\n
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      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n


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      \r\nThis is episode eight of a eight part Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve event and you can expect more of them all week long.\r\n

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      Thanks to:

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      • Dann Washko of The Linux Link Tech Show for stream mirror
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      • cobra2 for stream mirror
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      • John Neusteter for stream mirror
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      • KevinW for creating the Mumble How-To, and for manning the testing room during most of the show.
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      • Ken Fallon for being Ken Fallon
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      • The Hacker Public Radio Community for coming together and pulling this off, and for making it so much fun for everone.
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      \r\nI was so wrapped up in the actual show, that it didn''t occur to me to take notes and write down the names of all the people who helped us out. The few I listed above are all that I can remember 24 hours later. If you helped out in any way, and would like to be mentioned in the show notes of the remaining parts of this show (there will be a few of them) please email hpr (at) hackerpublicradio (dot) org with your name and I''ll be glad to thank you publicly and properly.
      \r\n-pokey\r\n


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      \r\nHowdy folks, this is FiftyOneFifty.
      \r\nWhat you are about to hear is the result of me starting a mixdown recording in Mumble when Pokey said he was about ready to stop recording and go to bed. While it''s all pretty tame, it''s not entirely safe for work. I started recording sometime after midnight Central Time and the original file shows we talked for another two hours and fifteen minutes (deleting the pauses brings it down to about an hour and a half). At the end it''s just me and Cobra2, proving that as in real life, I never know when it'' s time to gracefully leave a party :)
      \r\nAmong the other voices you will hear are Pokey, Delwin, JNeuster, Deltaray, DoorToDoorGeek, and I thought it was especially cool when the world wrapped around and Ken Fallon came back in after having gone to bed the night before. I didn''t have the forethought to make note of all the handles active in the room, and the festivities of the evening did not enhance my recall, so I apologize to those I have overlooked. With the help of the community, I hope to get you proberly credited in the show notes, even if it is after the fact. \r\n

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      \r\nI regret I wasn''t able to participate or listen too in the entire thirteen hour scheduled recording, since I am speaking to the future I am sure I will be enjoying those missed hours even as you hear this. I want to add my voice in gratitude and congratulations to those who organized and participated in making this event a success.\r\n

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      \r\nTotal Running Time 1hr 22:48
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      \r\nIntro:
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      \r\nMat Enders, Tony Bemus, and Mary Tomich
      \r\nIntro Sound bite by Mike Tanner
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      \r\nKernel News: Mat
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      \r\nTime: 3:15
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      \r\nLinux 3.2-rc7
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      \r\nThere it is, likely the last -rc in before final 3.2, so please do check it out in between your holiday festivities.
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      \r\nMost of the changes are faily simple one-liners, but some qla4xxx driver updates stand out and in fact account for about 40% of the diff ("qla4xxx: fix flash/ddb support"). That, together with a VMWare DRI driver update and some dvb updates and the regular random driver fixes means that 80+% of the changes are in drivers.
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      \r\nSome net updates, some SH updates, and then a (tiny) smattering of other stuff. The appended shortlog gives the (fairly boring) details
      \r\n- Linus
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      \r\nDistro News: Tony
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      \r\nTime: 7:14
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      \r\nDistrowatch.com
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      • 1-1 openSUSE 12.1 Edu Li-f-e
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      • 1-1 - aptosid 2011-03 -
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      • 12-31 - siduction 11.1 - desktop-oriented distribution and live CD/DVD based on Debian’s unstable branch, recently forked from aptosid
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      • 12-31 - ExTiX 9 - Ubuntu-based desktop distribution for 64-bit computers with GNOME Shell and Razor-qt as the available desktop environments and the latest stable Linux kernel
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      • 12-31 - Linux Deepin 11.12 - from China based on Ubuntu, announced its 11.12 release on the last day of the year
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      • 12-30 - Netrunner 4.0 - a Kubuntu-based desktop distribution featuring a carefully-tuned KDE desktop and integrated KDE and GNOME applications
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      • 12-30 - Endian Firewall 2.5 - an updated version of the project’s Red Hat-based specialist distribution for firewalls
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      • 12-26 - Calculate Linux 11.12 - Gentoo- based distribution set with focus on desktop and server computing
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      • 12-26 - Tiny Core Linux 4.2 - a nomadic, ultra-small graphical desktop operating system
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      • 12-25 - Superb Mini Server 1.6.3 - a Slackware-based distribution for servers
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      • 12-25 - Semplice Linux 2.0.0 - a lightweight desktop distribution based on Debian’s unstable branch and featuring the Openbox window manager
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      • 12-23 - Grml 2011.12 - a Debian-based live CD with an excellent collection of GNU/Linux software and scripts for system administrators
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      \r\nDistro of the Week: Tony\r\n

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      • Debian - 1172
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      • Ubuntu - 1571
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      • Mint - 3909
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      \r\nTech News:
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      \r\nTime: 29:27
      \r\nVote On SOPA Delayed Until Mid January At The Earliest
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      \r\nThe SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) vote scheduled for 12/21/11 was postponed until January. A committee spokesperson said that they will not set a new vote date until they return from break in January. This means that the earliest that a scheduled vote could take place would be mid January. This is the second postponement of the committee vote on SOPA, which requires ISPs, Search Engines, and other content providers to alter DNS records and search results. Resulting in the censorship of foreign websites supposedly "dedicated" to providing copyright infringing material. The committee has already had two marathon sessions that ended abruptly after opponents expressed staunch apposition.
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      \r\nThe artists are not the one behind this law. The huge corporations, lawyers, and boards who are pushing this incredibly bad legislation. Here is a list of the companies behind just one of the lobbying groups pushing SOPA:
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      • ABC
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      • AFTRA - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
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      • AFM - American Federation of Musicians
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      • AAP - Association of American Publishers
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      • ASCAP
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      • BMG Chrysalis
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      • BMI
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      • CBS Corporation
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      • Cengage Learning
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      • DGA - Directors Guild of America
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      • Disney Publishing Worldwide, Inc.
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      • EMI Music Publishing
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      • ESPN
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      • Graphic Artists Guild
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      • Hachette Book Group
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      • HarperCollins Publishers L.L.C.
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      • Hyperion
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      • IATSE - International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories and Canada
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      • International Brotherhood of Teamsters
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      • Kaufman Astoria Studios
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      • Macmillan
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      • Major League Baseball
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      • Marvel Entertainment, LLC
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      • McGraw-Hill Education
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      • MPA - The Association of Magazine Media
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      • NFL - National Football League
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      • National Music Publishers’ Association
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      • NBCUniversal
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      • News Corporation
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      • New York Production Alliance
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      • New York State AFL-CIO
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      • Pearson Education
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      • Penguin Group (USA), Inc.
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      • The Perseus Books Group
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      • Producers Guild of America East
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      • Random House
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      • Reed Elsevier
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      • SAG - Screen Actors Guild
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      • Scholastic, Inc.
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      • Silvercup Studios
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      • Simon & Schuster, Inc.
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      • Sony Music Entertainment
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      • Sony/ATV Music Publishing
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      • Time Warner Inc.
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      • United States Tennis Association
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      • Universal Music Group
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      • Universal Music Publishing Group
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      • Viacom
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      • Warner Music Group
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      • W.W. Norton & Company
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      • Wolters Kluwer
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      \r\nNow you know who to boycott, but you also have to let them know why you are boycotting them.
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      \r\nSeveral grassroots organizations along with a few tech companies are putting forth a strong effort against this legislation. They have had some effect as arguably the most egregious section has under gone a quick rewrite by Rep. Lamar Smith, Judiciary Committee chair and sponsor of this bill. The changes revealed on Monday 12/12/2011, make the definition of "rogue websites" more narrow. It also clarifies that the take down provisions only apply to foreign websites. There were also several changes intended to alleviate concerns that this legislation would interfere with the architecture of the Internet. Because as it it stands this bill would force American companies to break dns.
      \r\n
      \r\nThe NetCoalition which counts AOL, eBay, Facebook, foursquare, Google, IAC, Linkedin, Mozilla, OpnDNS, PayPal, Twitter, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, and the Zynga Game Netwrk as members is proposing a blackout day where all of these websites would go down and just show an anti-SOPA message to visitors when they come to these sites, claims Markham Erickson, who heads the NetCoalition trade association. If all of these sites went dark at the same time it would bring national commerce to a screeching halt. This action would also totally disrupt the lives of the majority of Americans hopefully alerting them to this serious issue and causing them to act.
      \r\n
      \r\nThere is still time to try and defeat this horrendous legislation and the people at "DAILY KOS" have made it incredibly easy. If you click on this link it will take you directly to a page the have set up that will walk you through sending your representative an email telling them to vote no on this steaming pile of fecal matter.
      \r\n
      \r\nGoDaddy Rescinds SOPA Support After Huge Boycott Initiative
      \r\nFull disclosure, I have a domain registered with GoDaddy they are just the registrar not the host.
      \r\n
      \r\nOn 12/22/2011 the fact that GoDaddy was actively supporting SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act). The really egregious part was that not only did GoDaddy support SOPA they actually took such an active roll as righting parts of it. So a boycott was started on reddit, which took off like wildfire across the internet. One day later they announced that they were withdrawing their support for SOPA. It is however to late for many high profile domains. Wikimedia Foundation’s Jimmy Wales announced on Twitter that all Wikimedia’s domains will be moved off of GoDaddy. Cheezburger’s Ben Huh also pledged to move his 1000+ domains off of GoDaddy. Hundreds maybe even thousands more people across the internet joined them in leaving GoDaddy. YCombinator founder, Paul Graham issued a ban on all employees of any company on the official list of SOPA supporters from attending YC Demo Day. Here is what he had to say about the ban:
      \r\n
      \r\n"Several of those companies [on the list] send people to Demo Day, and when I saw the list I thought: we should stop inviting them. So yes, we’ll remove anyone from those companies from the Demo Day invite list," He then went on to say this: "If these companies are so clueless about technology that they think SOPA is a good idea, how could they be good investors?"
      \r\nWarren Adelman, Go Daddy’s CEO, had this to say about them rescinding their support for SOPA:
      \r\n
      \r\n"Fighting online piracy is of the utmost importance, which is why Go Daddy has been working to help craft revisions to this legislation - but we can clearly do better," He then went on to say this also: "It’s very important that all Internet stakeholders work together on this. Getting it right is worth the wait. Go Daddy will support it when and if the Internet community supports it."
      \r\nThis is a huge win for the free and open internet. It shows that when you can manage to hit a company where it counts, in the bottom line, you really can make them change their position. When you read GoDaddy’s statement the weasilyness jumps right out at you. Which leads me to believe that they are just trying to take the heat off right now and will jump at supporting the next minor revision of SOPA.
      \r\n
      \r\nThe Debian Administrator’s Handbook
      \r\nI am going to try and synopsize the information for you, however if you go to http://debian-handbook.info/ you can read the whole story ab out the book. The book is currently published in French under the title Cahier de l’admin Debian. It is the work of two Debian developers Raphaël Hertzog who maintains dpkg along with several other packages and Roland Mas who maintains argyll and a few other packages. They attempted to have several editors take on the English translation but none where willing to take the risk. The two then decided to do the translation themselves, and then self publish the work. In order to facilitate the translation they did a crowdfunding campaign which raised almost 15,000 EUR. They expect the translation to be done around April 2012. They however wanted to take this further and release the book under an open source licenses acceptable to Debian so that the book can be included in Debian as an installable package. Making it a simple apt-get away for anyone running Debian. They have set this goal at 25,000 EUR, you can make a donation to the "liberation fund" here , If you donate 10 EUR or more you are guaranteed a copy when it is ready. If they meet their goal of 25,000 EUR then everyone will be able to get a free copy. I made my donation already if I remember correctly it was about 13.74 USD. So i will get my copy but if we can push this over it would be a great thing. The last time I checked they were at about 65% of their goal.
      \r\n
      \r\nAnd now a little about the book. This book requires no prior knowledge of Debian. It will cover all of the topics that anyone needs to become an effective Debian administrator. From installation and update to compiling your own kernel and creating Debian packages from sources. Along with backup, migration and advanced topics like SELinux, automated installations, and virtualization. The first half of the book is for anyone who wants to run Debian. It will teach the basics like installing Debian with the Debian installer, finding documentation, basic troubleshooting, and problem solving. Then the second half of the book is server administrators. It will discuss things like securing the server, automating installations, using virtualization, and setting up common services like Apache, Postfix, OpenLDAP, SAMBA, NFS and many more. You can check out the complete table of contacts here
      \r\n
      \r\nThere is also a free sample chapter available "The APT Tools." If you would like to check this out to ensure that the book is up to the quality that you expect then you can click here for a PDF of this great chapter. It covers all of the APT tools like apt-get, aptitude, and other associated tools
      \r\n
      \r\nNow to answer some of the questions you may have about this book:
      \r\nQ) Who is this book for?
      \r\nA) Anyone who’s interested by Debian. From a regular user, to the administrator of a small network, or that of a large corporation.
      \r\n
      \r\nQ) How long is it?
      \r\nA) The French paperback was about 450 pages.
      \r\n
      \r\nQ) What version of Debian does it cover?
      \r\nA) the current stable version "Squeeze"
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      \r\nSo come people lets get out there and get your copy today and move the project that much closer to their goal of Open Sourcing this book.
      \r\n
      \r\n2011 The Year Of The Tech Giant Passing
      \r\n2011 has been a year in which we lost more tech giants than ever before, a total of fourteen. Lets start with arguably the best known on this list and end with the one I believe had the biggest impact:
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      \r\nSteven Paul Jobs
      \r\nFebuary 1955 - October 2011
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      \r\nJobs experimented with different pursuits before starting Apple Computers with Stephen Wozniak in the Jobs’ family garage. Steve Jobs vision in the consumer electronic market is un paralleled. Hence Apple’s many revolutionary products, such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Which are now seen as dictating the evolution of modern technology.
      \r\n
      \r\nRobert Morris
      \r\nThe Unix Encryption Guy
      \r\nJuly 1932 - June 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nAmong the Bell Labs researchers who worked on Unix with Thompson and Ritchie was Bob Morris, who developed Unix’s password system, math library, text-processing applications and crypt function. In 1986 Morris left to join the NSA, where he led the agency’s National Computer Security Center until 1994.
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      \r\nJohn McCarthy
      \r\nOriginator Of AI
      \r\nSeptember 1927 - October 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nThe creator of the Lisp programming language and the "father of artificial intelligence" (he coined the term in 1956). In 1957 McCarthy started the first work on time-sharing on a computer. That original project led to Multics, which then led to Unix. In the early 1970s he predicted online shopping. This prediction led researcher Whitfield Diffie to create public-key cryptography used in the authentication of e-commerce documents.
      \r\n
      \r\nKen Olsen
      \r\nThe Digital Man
      \r\nFebruary 1926 - February 2011
      \r\n
      \r\ nWhen he worked at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory in the 50s took note of students queuing up to use an older model computer, called TX-0, even when a more modern and much faster mainframe was available. The big diffrence and the reason that the students lined up for the TX-0 was that the mainframe ran batch jobs and the TX-0 allowed for online interactivity. So in 1957 he and a colleague, Harlan Anderson, ran with that information and $70,000 in start up capital to start DEC (Digital Equipment Corp.) DEC went on to create PDP series of computers of which Ritchie and Thompson created Unix on a PDP-7.
      \r\n
      \r\nPaul Baran
      \r\nThe Packet Man
      \r\nApril 1926 - March 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nBaran while working as a researcher for the Rand Corp. in 1961came up the idea that messages can be broken down into smaller pieces, then sent to a destination even via multiple routes if necessary and then put back together when they arrive to ensure delivery. Arpanet adopted Packet switching as its means of communication, Arpanet then grew into the Internet, and eventually for local-area networks in the form of Ethernet.
      \r\n
      \r\nJean Bartik
      \r\nLast of the First Programmers
      \r\nDecember 1924 - March 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nShe was the last surviving member of the original programming team for the ENIAC. But that understates her work, she was the only female math graduate in her 1945 college, and she served as a lead programmer on the ENIAC project. Bartik also developed circuit logic and did design work under the direction of ENIAC’s hardware developer, J. Presper Eckert.
      \r\n
      \r\nJack Keil Wolf
      \r\nDisk Drivin’ Man
      \r\nFebruary 1926 - February 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nWolf did more than almost anyone else to use math to cram more data into magnetic drives, flash memory and electronic communications channels. In 1984, he moved to the new Center for Magnetic Recording Research at the University of California, San Diego. It was a good choice. Wolf and his students, dubbed the "Wolf pack," cross-pollinated magnetic drive design with information theory, applying compression in increasingly creative ways, and spread Wolf’s ideas throughout the industry.
      \r\n
      \r\nJulius Blank
      \r\nCreator Of The Silicon In Silicon Valley
      \r\nJune 1925 - September 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nJulius Blank one of the "Traitorous Eight" engineers who founded Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957. He and his seven colleagues had acquired that unsavory nickname when they left Nobel Prize-winning physicist William Shockley just a year after being recruited to create a new kind of transistor at Shockley Labs. Before going to college, he had been trained as a machinist. Along with eventual venture capitalist Gene Kleiner, Blank built Fairchild’s machine shop, and created the manufacturing machinery that would produce the first silicon based transistors.
      \r\n
      \r\nRobert Galvin
      \r\nBreaker Of The AT&T Mobile Monopoly
      \r\nOctober 1922 - October 2011
      \r\n
      \r\ nGalvin broke AT&T’s monopoly on mobile-phone service in the U.S. when he demonstrated a Motorola phone for president Reagan at the White House in 1981. Ronald Reagan then pushed the FCC to approve Motorola’s proposal for a competing cellular network. By the time Galvin retired as Motorola’s chairman in 1990, the company dominated the cellphone hardware business.
      \r\n
      \r\nGerald A. Lawson
      \r\nCreator Of The Video Game Cartridge
      \r\nDecember 1940 - April 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nJerry Lawson a 6-foot-6, more than 250 lbs. African-American, which was even more of an IT industry rarity in the 1970s than today. Lawson’s creation, the Fairchild Channel F, arrived in 1976, a year before Atari’s first home game system, and sparked an industry of third-party video games. Lawson discovered that the biggest challenge with plug-in cartridges was satisfying the FCC’s radio-frequency interference requirements. In a 2006 interview he describes the process:
      \r\n
      \r\n"We had to put the whole motherboard in aluminum. We had a metal chute that went over the cartridge adapter to keep radiation in. Each time we made a cartridge, the FCC wanted to see it, and it had to be tested."
      \r\nIts biggest impact was on Lawson’s friends at Atari, who rushed their own cartridge-based home system into production. The rise of the video game had begun.
      \r\n
      \r\nGeorge Devol
      \r\nThe Man With The Robot Arm
      \r\nFebruary 1912 - August 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nGeorge Devol developed the first digitally programmable robot arm. He also invented a system for recording sound for movies in the 1930s, then switched to systems that used photoelectric cells to open and close doors and sort bar-coded packages. Devol turned his inventiveness to factory automation in the 1950s. The large programmable "Unimate" arm he developed used magnetic drum memory and discrete solid-state control components. It made its factory debut in 1961 on a General Motors assembly line in New Jersey, stacking freshly die-cast (and very hot) metal parts. Within 20 years, Devol’s Unimation was the biggest robotic-arm company in the world.
      \r\n
      \r\nLee Davenport
      \r\nAnti-Aircraft Innovator
      \r\nDecember 1915 - September 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nLee Davenport didn’t invent battlefield radar. He developed an anti-aircraft gun that combined radar with a computer to control anti-aircraft guns. At the Battle of the Bulge, the radar system was also used to spot German ground vehicles in the snowy terrain. In addition, the SCR-584 was used in 1944 to defend London against German buzz bombs. The SCR-584 crews were very effective in shooting down the buzz bombs.
      \r\n
      \r\nWilson Greatbatch
      \r\nHeartbeat of the Century
      \r\nSeptember 1919 - September 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nIn 1956 Wilson Greatbatch, an electrical-engineering professor at the University of Buffalo, made an electronic mistake that led to the invention of the pacemaker. He was building a heart rhythm monitor for the school’s Chronic Disease Research Institute when he attached a wrong-size resistor to a circuit, causing it to produce intermittent electrical pulses. Greatbatch realized that this might be used to regulate a damaged heart. Two years later, doctors at the Veterans Administration hospital in Buffalo demonstrated that a 2-cubic-in. implantable device built by Greatbatch could regulate a dog’s heart. In 1960 in Buffalo, 10 patients (including two children) received Greatbatch’s device, and its battery lasted two years or more. In 1972, Greatbatch was able to re-engineer the device with a new battery that worked for more than a decade.
      \r\n
      \r\nDennis M. Ritchie
      \r\nAn Originator of Unix, Inventor of C
      \r\nSeptember 1941 - October 2011
      \r\n
      \r\nDennis Ritchie is one of the authors of the Unix operating system, and designed the C programming language. And he promoted both, starting in the 1970s. You may ask how influential all of that work was? Well just look at the number of closed source Unix clones we have today, not to mention their Open Source brethren the BSDs. Along with Linux a Unix work alike. Not to mention C, which eight of the top ten programming languages descend from.
      \r\n
      \r\nRaspberry Pi, a Tiny But Powerful $25 PC -
      \r\nThe final Raspberry Pi will come in two flavors: A $25 version with 128MB of RAM and no network connection and a $35 one with Ethernet. Both versions will have USB and HDMI ports as well as analog video and audio outputs. It’s driven by a The 1080p video magic is driven by a 700MHz ARM processor, and the whole thing is powered by a 5-volt power supply.
      \r\nThe Year in Review: Desktop Linux Developments in 2011
      \r\nThe "year in review" pieces that proliferate old and new media alike around this time of year get tedious pretty fast. But because I’ve yet to see a good compilation of the major developments — and there were plenty of them — that affected desktop Linux in 2011
      \r\nOuttro Music:
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      \r\nTGTM Tech News for 2012-01-09\r\nNewsCast\r\nShownotes are available at Show Notes for TGTM news 57\r\n\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      TGTM Newscast for 2012/01/09

      \r\n

      DeepGeek

      \r\n

      Here is a news review:

      \r\n\r\n

      Other Headlines:

      \r\n\r\n

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      \r\nTalk Geek To Me Newscast by DeepGeek is licensed under a Creative\r\nCommons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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      \r\n', 'Tgtm News Team', 237, 28, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (903, 'episode', '2012-01-17', 'SOPA Protest', 'In protest at the attempt to restrict the Internet the HPR community have decided to take part in a say of action by redirecting the http://hackerpublicradio.org domain to http://www.nosopa.org/ for January 18th.', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (904, 'episode', '2012-01-18', 'Frostcast Northeast GNU/linux fest.', '

      Syndicated Thursdays

      \r\n

      \r\nA chance to showcase other Creative Commons works. We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we''ll add it to the queue.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nToday it''s the turn of Frostcast talking about the second annual Northeast GNU/linux fest.
      \r\n Special thanks KnightWise for letting us bump his show.
      \r\nhttp://www.northeastlinuxfest.org/\r\nhttp://frostbitemedia.org/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe northeast GNU/Linux fest is an advocate of Free software. We hope to bring awareness of Free software to college students their schools, programmers and businesses. We welcome everyone from the new user to the people that have been there from the beginning. Come and learn how Free software can effect accessibility and your business, graphic design, software security and performance along with stability. So lets take back control of our computers and gadets and learn about software Freedom and The 4 Freedoms we should be concerned about. Come to the northeast GNU/Linux fest to learn, teach and talk about Free software and join the Free software revolution.\r\n

      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (905, 'episode', '2012-01-19', 'Akranis: How I got into Linux ', '

      \r\nA 5 minute show about how I came to know Linux and the distribution I use today.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nYou can find my modified bashpodder script here: http://pastebin.com/zGtMRA9m\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nAnd you can find the original script here: http://lincgeek.org/bashpodder/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nhexagenic@gmail.com\r\n

      ', 'Akranis', 199, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (906, 'episode', '2012-01-22', 'FOSDEM 2012', '

      \r\nIn Today''s show Ken interviews Pascal Bleser of the FOSDEM. FOSDEM is the biggest free and non-commercial event organized by and for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nIf you are going to FOSDEM, please contact Ken\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nhttp://fosdem.org/2012/
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nApologies for the crackling on the recording

      ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (907, 'episode', '2012-01-23', 'Learning', '

      This is the first episode recorded by mordancy using text to speech technology. In this episode I want to bring attention to 3 cool learning websites that I have found useful in my autodidactic (self taught) pursuits\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nhttp://codeacademy.com
      \r\nhttp://ocw.mit.edu
      \r\nhttp://arachnoid.com
      \r\nhttp://arachnoid.com/arachnophilia/index.php
      \r\nhttp://arachnoid.com/lutusp/alien.html
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nemail me : hpr [at] mordancy [dot] com\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nIf there is interest, I will record a show on you how to record an HPR episode using test to speech (tts) tools - specifically espeak\r\n

      \r\n', 'mordancy', 200, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (908, 'episode', '2012-01-24', 'TV Downloader TED', 'Hello everyone its riddle box, sorry its been so long since I have done a podcast.
      \r\nToday I am going to tell you about my kinda sorta home dvr that I have at the moment. No, this isn''t another show talking about mythtv....even though the mythtv project is a good one... our myth box at home died a while back and we lost three tuner cards which I hadn''t realized how expensive the setup was getting to be needing all of the tuner cards and a back end server that could handle everything. So I looked at a debian server I have been using as my zoneminder server which just records two a cameras when there is motion. I found a Java app called TED - or torrent episode downloaded from www.Ted.nu. as the name states it uses torrents to download the shows. with this application which you download and launch from the jar file.. I had to use a --no-tray switch to get it to run. Once you open the jar file you are greeted with the app and a list of the popular shows. You can tell it to start torrenting those shows and you can tell Ted the frequency of how often to look for new shows. You can even tell it to he past shows. So Igot Ted all configured the way I wanted then I setup a guest samba share on my downloads folder so my blue ray player can see the share and now I just go to my blue ray player and see what shows are available to watch. Some shows may show up a couple days after they air but overall it works great.', 'riddlebox', 94, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (909, 'episode', '2012-01-25', 'KC0058 : Streampunking with Instapaper', '

      Syndicated Thursdays

      \r\n

      \r\nA chance to showcase other Creative Commons works. We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we''ll add it to the queue.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nToday it''s The Knightcast KC0058 : Streampunking with Instapaper.
      \r\nSpecial thanks KnightWise for letting us bump his show.
      \r\nhttp://www.knightwise.com/knightcast-podcast/894-the-knightcast-kc0058--streampunking-with-instapaper\r\n

      \r\n
      \r\n

      \r\nWe dive into the world of RSS readers and teach you cool cross-platform tips on managing your information feeds to share and consume your favorite content. We take a close look at Google Reader and the Instapaper service with its several API''s and teach you some cool tricks to turn those saved articles into podcasts. Spice it up with some cross platform goodness and you are ready for another Knightcast.\r\n

      \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (910, 'episode', '2012-01-26', 'Introduction to Pagekite.', '

      \r\nWelcome to my awkward second episode.
      \r\nToday I''ll be introducing you to pagekite, a service for giving a public face to your local servers.
      \r\nCheck it out at http://www.pagekite.net\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n

      Bring your localhost servers on-line.

      \r\n

      \r\nPageKite is software that gives your localhost servers names and makes them globally visible. It works with any computer and any Internet connection.\r\nIt''s so easy you''ll never want to think about routers, IP addresses or other technicalities again. It''s open source, too!\r\n

      ', 'Kevin Granade', 193, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (911, 'episode', '2012-01-29', 'Hobbies', '

      \r\nA show about the hobbies I''ve had over the years\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe Secret Life of machines videos by Tim Hunkin, originally broadcasted in the UK in around 1980\r\nhttp://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/SLOM/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nOhms Law \r\nhttp://people.usd.edu/~schieber/psyc770/resistors/ohms4beginner.html\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nInformation about the thermionic valve \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vacuum_tube\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nCalculating Wavelength\r\nhttp://www.ewart.org.uk/physics/index.php?l=44\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nSmall Yaseu FT 817, Multi Mode Hf, VHF and UHF transceiver\r\nhttp://www.g4ilo.com/ft817.html 19:00\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nBase Station Kenwood TS 940S, Multi Mode Hf Transceiver\r\nhttp://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/hamhf/ts940s.html 19:00\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nAmiga 500 Computer\r\nhttp://www.obsoletecomputermuseum.org/amiga500/\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nBeginning Ubuntu Linux from novice to professional \r\nhttp://www.amazon.com/Beginning-Ubuntu-Linux-Novice-Professional/dp/1590596277\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nLinux Pocket guide \r\nhttp://www.amazon.com/Linux-Pocket-Guide-Daniel-Barrett/dp/0596006284/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1327077298&sr=1-1\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nWicked cool shell scripts \r\nhttp://nostarch.com/wcss.htm\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nRaspberry PI, micro Computer for $35 \r\nhttp://www.raspberrypi.org\r\n

      \r\n', 'MrX', 201, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (912, 'episode', '2012-01-30', 'How I cut The Cable Cord Part1', 'In his very first episode our latest community memeber to step up to the plate takes on the topic of cutting the cord.', 'BrocktonBob', 202, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (913, 'episode', '2012-01-31', 'Exchanging Data Podcast 1', '

      \r\nThis podcast is the first in a series about accessing the data you have on your web site in any number of other locations. These can be other web sites or apps running on your mobile phone. Over the next few episodes, I will describe the different formats used for sharing your data, what goes into building the web application that serves up your data, how to access your data from other locations such as other web sites or mobile apps, and, finally, I will talk briefly on how to make something like this scale to support higher load demands.\r\n

      \r\nThis episode is an introduction to the data formats available when talking to web services.\r\n

      \r\nThanks for listening!\r\n

      ', 'dmfrey', 203, 68, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (914, 'episode', '2012-02-01', 'Sunday Morning Linux Review: Episode 014', '

      Syndicated Thursdays

      \r\n

      \r\nA chance to showcase other Creative Commons works. We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we''ll add it to the queue.\r\n

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      \r\n

      Sunday Morning Linux Review: Episode 014

      \r\n

      January 15th, 2012

      \r\n\r\n

      \r\nhttp://smlr.us
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      \r\n

      \r\nIntro:
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      \r\n

      \r\nMat Enders, Tony Bemus, and Mary Tomich
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nKernel News: Mat
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      \r\n

      \r\nRelease Canidates
      \r\nNone
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      \r\nMain Line
      \r\n3.2 no change
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      \r\n

      \r\nStable Releases
      \r\nGreg KH announced the release of the 2.6.32.54 Kernel Thu, 12 Jan 2012 20:13:20 UTC
      \r\nThere were 18 files changed, 167 files inserted, and 66 files deleted
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nGreg KH announced the release of the 3.0.17 Kernel Thu, 12 Jan 2012 20:21:36 UTC
      \r\nThere were 52 files changed, 364 files inserted, and 179 files deleted
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nGreg KH announced the release of the 3.1.9 Kernel Thu, 12 Jan 2012 20:22:18 UTC
      \r\nThere were 53 files changed, 367 files inserted, and 179 files deleted
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      \r\n

      \r\nGreg KH announced the release of the 3.2.1 Kernel Thu, 12 Jan 2012 20:25:05 UTC
      \r\nThere were 63 files changed, 465 files inserted, and 200 files deleted
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nKernel Quote
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n"Here’s the different active kernel versions that I am maintaining at the moment:
      \r\n3.2.y – this will be maintained until 3.3 comes out
      \r\n3.1.y – there will be only one, maybe two, more releases of this tree
      \r\n3.0.y – this is the new "longterm" kernel release, it will be
      \r\nmaintained for 2 years at the minimum by me.
      \r\n2.6.32.y – this is the previous "longterm" kernel release. It is
      \r\ napproaching it’s end-of-life, and I think I only have
      \r\nanother month or so doing releases of this. After I am
      \r\nfinished with it, it might be picked up by someone else, but
      \r\nI’m not going to promise anything.
      \r\nAll other longterm kernels are being maintained in various forms
      \r\n(usually quite sporadically, if at all), by other people, and I can not
      \r\nspeak for their lifetime at all, that is up to those individuals."
      \r\n– Greg Kroah-Hartman
      \r\nThere was also a bit of a dust up between Tim Gardner of Canonical and Greg Kroah-Hartman over maintenance of the 2.6.32 kernel once greg gives it up. It appears to have been started by a misunderstanding and a conclusion jump by Tim.
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nDistro News: Tony
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nDistrowatch.com
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n1-13 – PC-BSD 9.0 – desktop-oriented distribution based on the latest stable FreeBSD
      \r\n1-12 – FreeBSD 9.0 – a major new version of the BSD operating featuring a brand-new system installer
      \r\n1-12 – Webconverger 11.0 – a web browser-only specialist distribution for Internet kiosks
      \r\n1-11 – Astaro Security Gateway 8.3 – specialist distribution for firewall and gateways
      \r\n1-10 - Asturix 4 – Ubuntu-based desktop distribution with a custom desktop environment and many usability improvements
      \r\n1-10 – Fuduntu 2012.1 – a new quarterly update of the distribution that was forked from Fedora last year
      \r\n1-8 – Porteus 1.1 – Slackware-based live CD with a choice of Trinity (a KDE 3 fork), KDE 4 and LXDE desktops
      \r\nMat did you know about the KDE 3 fork, Trinity?
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nDistro of the Week: Tony
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nFuduntu – 1433
      \r\nopenSUSE – 1440
      \r\nFedora – 1495
      \r\nUbuntu – 1873
      \r\nMint – 4248
      \r\nTech News:
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nMicrosoft Now Collects Extortion On Approximatley 70% Of All US Sales Of Androids
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nLG is the latest victim to pay Microsoft’s extortion demands. They are the eleventh victim in this extortion scheme. A list of the other victims includes Samsung, HTC, and Acer. This leaves Motorola Mobility as the only major manufacturer to not sign an extortion agreement with Microsoft. I would wager that Microsoft has not even approached Motorola as Google now owns Motorola and those pockets are deep enough to scare off the Microsoft patent trolls. Microsoft now claims that they are collecting "royalties" on over 70% of all Android smart phones sold in the US. The terms of this latest agreement are unknown as Microsoft makes part of the agreement that the parties can not make public the patents covered by Microsoft’s claims. In other words a typical extortion agreement.
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe MPAA Instigates A Dustup with Ars Technica
      \r\nOn 1/10 the MPAA (Motion Picture Associtation of America) said on it’s blog, "… Ars Technica, a tech blog with a long history of challenging efforts to curb content theft,". This entire claim by the MPAA appears to be Ars Technica opposing things in the past like the broadcast flag which would have allowed remote control of peoples home entertainment recording devices, along with their stand against DRM that prevents owners from ripping legal backup copies of their DVDs. Ars also has publicly opposed the horrendous SOPA legislation currently in front of Congress. It is obvious that the MPAA’s position is the wacky correlation of fighting for consumers’ rights is the equivalent of having no enforcement at all.
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nNot that any representative of the MPAA would ever engage in outlandish statements to further their cause. Like this quote from Jack Valenti when he appeared before congress in 1982, "I say to you that the VCR is to the American film producer and the American public as the Boston strangler is to the woman home alone."
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nUnited States Migrates Spy Drone Control Panels From Windows To Linux
      \r\nLast September the ground control systems for the Reaper drones, which reside at the Creech Air Force Base in Nevada, became infected with a virus. When it happed the Air Force dismissed this intrusion as a nuisance that posed no real threat, it was however taken very seriously.
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nStill the discovery of this virus on the Air Force’s systems was a huge embarrassment. This is what they had to say at the time:
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n"The malware in question is a credential stealer, not a key logger, found routinely on computer networks and is considered more of a nuisance than an operational threat. It is not designed to transmit data or video, nor is it designed to corrupt data, files or programs on the infected computer. Our tools and processes detect this type of malware as soon as it appears on the system, preventing further reach.", they also went on to say, "The ground system is separate from the flight control system Air Force pilots use to fly the aircraft remotely; the ability of the pilots to safely fly these aircraft remained secure throughout the incident,"
      \r\nScreen shots of drone control computers posted by security researcher Mikko Hypponen show that some of the systems have been migrated from Microsoft Windows to Linux. In a statement Mikko Hypponen said,
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n"If I would need to select between Windows XP and a Linux based system while building a military system, I wouldn’t doubt a second which one I would take."
      \r\nOpen Source Surgery, a Robot called Raven takes Flight
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe Raven 2 is a surgical robot with 7 degrees of freedom, compact electronics and two wing-like arms which end in tiny gripper claws designed to perform surgery on simulated patients. The robot’s software is compatible with Robot Operating System, an open source robotics coding platform.
      \r\nJanuary 20, 2012 is Penguin Awareness Day
      \r\nep0898 :: Hacker Public Radio New Year’s Eve Part 8/8 (The After Show)
      \r\nfiftyonefifty mentions us as one of the new podcasts that he likes!! Thanks!
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nRaspberry Pi Linux micro machine enters mass production
      \r\nThe Commodore 64 is 30
      \r\nOuttro Music:
      \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nAcross my way by Matthew Morris
      \r\n

      \r\n', 'HPR Admins', 159, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (915, 'episode', '2012-02-02', 'TGTM Newscast for 2012/01/17', '

      Shownotes are available at Show Notes for TGTM news 58

      \r\n

      TGTM Newscast for 2012/01/17 by DeepGeek

      \r\n

      Here is a news review:

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      News from "icelandreview.com, " "dissentingdemocrat.wordpress.com," "maggiemcneill.wordpress.com," "spankthespooki.blogspot.com," and "techdirt.com" used\r\nunder arranged permission. News from "eff.org"  and "torrentfreak.com" used under permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution license. News from "democracynow.org" used under permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution non-commercial no-derivatives license.

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      \r\n\r\n', 'Tgtm News Team', 237, 65, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (916, 'episode', '2012-02-05', 'HPR Community News for Dec 2011/Jan 2012', '

      HPR Community News

      \r\n\r\n
      A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.
      \r\n

      New hosts

      \r\n

      \r\nWelcome to our new host: \r\nFrank Bell, \r\nNYbill and Windigo, \r\ngarjola, \r\nAhuka, \r\nAkranis, \r\nmordancy, \r\nMrX, \r\nBrocktonBob, \r\nand\r\ndmfrey.\r\n

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      871HPR Community News for Nov 2011HPR Admins
      872Packaging YUMklaatu
      873Philip and Rebecca Newborough of CrunchBangKen Fallon
      874Interview: Lucy Chambers, Open Knowledge FoundationRobin Catling
      875Replacing Older HardwareJWP
      876Packaging applications: BSD portsklaatu
      877Welcome Frank BellFrank Bell
      878OpenShorts Episode 4MrGadgets
      879SMLR 009HPR Admins
      880Handbook for the Criminally InsaneHPR_AudioBookClub
      881Intel Atom processorJWP
      882RPM formatklaatu
      883Dan Lynch interviewKen Fallon
      884Cross Platform StreamingKnightwise
      885Redo Backup and Recovery 1.0.1.Johninsc
      886Product lifecycle management (PLM)Ken Fallon
      887init()NYbill and Windigo
      888EMACS Help SourcesJWP
      889New Year''s Eve Show AnnouncementHPR Admins
      890Where''s my flying car !MrGadgets
      891Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 1/8HPR Admins
      892Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 2/8 (A Bit About Fedora)HPR Admins
      893Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 3/8 (Everybody loves Crunchbang... except Klaatu)HPR Admins
      894Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 4/8 (Mrs Cornominal brings the naughty)HPR Admins
      895Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 5/8 (Funding Free Culture)HPR Admins
      896Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 6/8 (The Unix Fight and Thank You Kevin)HPR Admins
      897Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 7/8 (The Grand Finale)HPR Admins
      898Hacker Public Radio New Year''s Eve Part 8/8 (The After Show)HPR Admins
      899Sunday Morning Linux Review - New Year ShowHPR Admins
      900Episode 000 - Introductiongarjola
      901Ahuka: Intro and How I Got Into LinuxAhuka
      902TGTM Tech News for 2012-01-09deepgeek
      903SOPA ProtestHPR Admins
      904Frostcast Northeast GNU/linux fest.HPR Admins
      905Akranis: How I got into Linux Akranis
      906FOSDEM 2012Ken Fallon
      907Learningmordancy
      908TV Downloader TEDriddlebox
      909KC0058 : Streampunking with InstapaperHPR Admins
      910Introduction to Pagekite.Kevin Granade
      911HobbiesMrX
      912How I cut The Cable Cord Part1BrocktonBob
      913Exchanging Data Podcast 1dmfrey
      914Sunday Morning Linux Review: Episode 014HPR Admins
      915TGTM Newscast for 2012/01/17deepgeek
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      • 1st Thursday every month: Sunday Morning Linux Review.
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      \r\nToo many to thank.\r\n

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      \r\nHPR vetting policy relating to adult, political, etc....
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      Episode 1000 and 1024

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      \r\nWe should come up with an idea to celebrate Ep1000 ?
      \r\nAnswer = YES\r\n

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      \r\nFor episode 1000 we will be gathering a sample of community members emailing their congratulations but for episode 1024 :) \r\n

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      \r\nFiftyOneFifty will be coordinating a EPIC "live" show so please email your contributions to ep1k@hackerpublicradio.org\r\n

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      WhenWhatWhereWho
      2012-01-20..22Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE)
      2012-02-04..05Free and Open source Software Developers'' European Meeting (FOSDEM) http://fosdem.org/2012/
      2012-03-17The Northeast GNU/Linux festhttp://www.northeastlinuxfest.org/Pokey/Klaatu
      2012-04-28..29LinuxFest Northwesthttp://linuxfestnorthwest.org/David Whitman (davidglennwhitman@gmail. com)
      2012-09-28..30Ohio LinuxFest 2012https://ohiolinux.org/node/186 (Call for talks)
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      \r\n\r\n
      \r\nSailor 1: That new wife of your''s isn''t there Derik
      \r\nSailor 2: We''re back at the same time that the Milk man is doing his rounds
      \r\nAnna: Derik !!!
      \r\nDerik: Anna !!!
      \r\nThose Fisherman''s Friends are strong, hey !\r\n

      ', 'HPR Admins', 159, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (917, 'episode', '2012-02-06', 'Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio 6', 'In a welcome return to HPR, SigFIUP talks to us about two of her projects:\r\n

      concr

      \r\n

      \r\nconcr is an encryption framework for use to partially encrypt configuration files, or any file for that matter. concr is for use in UNIX systems and consist of two parts, libconcr and confcrypt. libconcr is an API for reading partially encrypted files and generating keys. confcrypt is a user-application for encrypting files using keyfile database or manually specified keys.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nconcr leverages the own-by-root aspect of programs in UNIX systems and stores it''s decryption key inside of the application. Applications that use libconcr must be installed with execute-only permissions.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\n\r\nWhen an application is linked with and makes use of concr it, when run for the first time, will generate a copy of itself containing a private rsa-key and output a public rsa-key. confcrypt is a user program that encrypts messages to be decrypted by second runs of the application. concr provides an api similar to that of libc for reading in files thus making it transparent to the application developer what is and is not encrypted in those files.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nhttps://devio.us/~sigflup/concr\r\n

      \r\n

      yesplz

      \r\n

      \r\nyesplz is a screeenshot uploader command line utility written by sigFLUP that will take a screenshot, tag\r\nyour photo, log into unixporn.com, post the picture to your photo album, and return an ascii bunny on success.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nIn order for it to work, you must have an account at unixporn.com but that is free and you can enter nothing but fake information into it.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThen simply run yesplz --help to see the possible tags and instructions for yesplz.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nhttps://devio.us/~sigflup/yesplz_dec_19_2011.tgz\r\n

      \r\n', 'sigflup', 115, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (918, 'episode', '2012-02-07', 'How I Started with Linux Part 2', 'In his long waited second part Frank continues his Linux story, describing how he used Linux to self-host his website from his guest room and some of the things he learned along the way. Some links mentioned in the show:\r\n
      \r\nSlackware (http://www.slackware.com)
      \r\nDebian (http://www.debian.org)
      \r\nSamba by Example (http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-Guide/)
      \r\nThe Slackware Wiki (http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/Slackware-FAQ)
      \r\nLinux Questions Linux Forums (http://www.linuxquestions.org/)
      \r\nno-ip dot com dynamic DNS service (http://www.no-ip.com/)
      ', 'Frank Bell', 195, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (919, 'episode', '2012-02-08', 'Elfstedentocht - To be or not to be', '

      \r\nIn today''s show Ken interviews Klaas-Jan Koopman about the Elfstedentocht a particularly Dutch phenomenon. He gives us some background to the tour and tells the story of his Father who has a permit to participate should it go ahead.
      \r\n\r\n

      \r\n
      \r\n

      \r\nThis interview was recorded yesterday and since then the organisation committee have said that the tour will not be going ahead this weekend as the ice is not thick enough. We can all wait and see together if it happens or not.
      \r\nhttp://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2012/02/poor_ice_growth_on_tuesday_nig.php\r\n

      \r\n
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elfstedentocht\r\n

      Elfstedentocht

      \r\ n

      \r\nFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe Elfstedentocht (or, in West Frisian, Alvestêdetocht, sometimes in English : Eleven Cities Tour), at almost 200 km, is the world''s largest speed skating competition and leisure skating tour, and is held in the province of Friesland, Netherlands only when the ice along the entire course is 15 cm thick.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe tour, almost 200 km in length, is conducted on frozen canals, rivers and lakes between the eleven historic Frisian cities: Leeuwarden, Sneek, IJlst, Sloten, Stavoren, Hindeloopen, Workum, Bolsward, Harlingen, Franeker, Dokkum then returning to Leeuwarden. The tour is not held every year, mostly because not every Dutch winter permits skating on natural ice. The last editions were in 1985, 1986 and 1997. Adding to that, the tour currently features about 15,000 amateur skaters taking part, putting high requirements on the quality of the ice. There is a stated regulatory requirement for the race to take place that the ice must be (and remain at) a minimum thickness of 15 centimetres along the entirety of the course. All skaters must be a member of the Association of the Eleven Frisian Cities. A starting permit is required. Further more, in each city the skater must collect a stamp, as well as a stamp from the three secret check points. The skater must finish before midnight.\r\n

      ', 'Ken Fallon', 30, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (920, 'episode', '2012-02-09', 'TGTM Newscast for 2012/02/08', '

      TGTM Newscast for 2012/02/08 DeepGeek

      \r\n

      We have had alot happen in the world since the last newscast, so\r\nlet''s jump right in! We''re also rich in audio interludes, so I will be\r\ninserting them almost between the non-tech news stories.\r\n

      \r\n

      Here is a news review:

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        \r\n
      • Calls for Julian Assange to be tried as terrorist under NDAA-like law in 2010
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      • This story is important because there was a movement to have multiple political parties in Cuba. Cuba Keeps One Party, Sets Term Limits
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        Let''s start a segment of three stories regarding United States of America politics. First, a story about the struggle against the "Electoral College" system of voting, which is a key method this country uses to suppress anything besides to two dominant fascist (in the technical sense of being a marriage between corporations and government) parties. We will see how the state of Washington is fighting that system. After this, a story about the fight for decent medical care for the country within the state of California. Lastly, an editorial written by one of the co-chairs of the Socialist Party USA about Ron Paul.\r\n

        \r\n

        It should be noted that I am not yet "endorsing" the Socialist Party USA, merely covering their point of view which the corporate media ignores in order to keep them out of the minds of the people of the USA. That''s the point of TGTM news, to report the stories they suppress. The Green Party USA is very interesting also.

        \r\n

        Jill Stein is fighting for candidacy for President with them, and she recently issued her own "Peoples State of the Union (which I will link to in the "other headlines" section)" right after Obama''s State of the Union. While Obama''s State Of The Union was very Ronald Regan, you know, with it''s tough-guy statements about forcing other countries to respect us via Military Force and it''s "trickle down economics" statements about boosting the economy by giving even more handouts to mega-corporations; Jill Stein''s message was about "the Green New Deal," about stimulating the economy with direct-to-locality stimulus. As matter of fact, she held a video chat direct to the people who got to ask her questions via chat room. Remembering that a union I regularly cover, the IWW, encourages it''s members to work via worker co-operatives, I asked if co-ops would be locked out of the "Green New Deal." Ms. Stein answered my question by stating that co-operatives were valid recipients of contracts, and that the point was that, historically, big corporations pocket too much for their owners, so she only wanted to lock out the Interstate and large corporations to aid small business units.

        \r\n

        Jill Stein is currently running against Roseanne Barr for the candidacy for presidency in the Green Party USA.

        \r\n\r\nCourt Approves Washington State System of Limiting November Ballot Access to Two Candidates\r\n
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      • California''s single-payer health bill moves forward
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      • The Misadventure of Ron Paul
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      • ACLU & EFF to Appeal Secrecy Ruling in Twitter/WikiLeaks CaseEditorial Comment: After the ruling the Icelandic Member-of-Parliment, Ms. Birgitta Jonsdottir, "broke silence" on the matter of this case. So I included, in the "other headlines" section, links to her blog entry about it, as well as a link to a Radio Netherlands International english podcast that includes an interview with her.
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      • The Right to Anonymity is a Matter of Privacy
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      • MegaUpload: What Made It a Rogue Site Worthy of Destruction?
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      • Mega Aftermath: Upheaval In Pirate Warez Land
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      • New Venezuelan Social Network Takes Off
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      News from "havanatimes.org, " "allgov.com," and "dissidentvoice.org" "used under arranged permission. News from "eff.org" and "torrentfreak.com" used\r\nunder permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution license. News from "wlcentral.org" and "peoplesworld.org" used under permission of the Creative\r\nCommons by-attribution non-commercial no-derivatives license. News from "venezuelanalysis.com" is copyleft.
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      Audio Interlude, MOC #112, used under permission of Lee Camp.
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      \r\n\r\n', 'Tgtm News Team', 237, 65, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (921, 'episode', '2012-02-12', 'Tag Team Chase Douglas Interview with Alison Chaiken', 'Chase Douglas is a software developer at Canonical working primarily on multitouch user interface support. For the past year, Chase has been involved with developing gesture support through Canonical’s uTouch framework and multitouch support through the X.org window system. Prior to working on multitouch, Chase spent three years performing Linux kernel and plumbing layer development and maintenance at Canonical and IBM.
      \r\n
      \r\nAlison''s questions:\r\n3:49 - Alison asks "Chase, back up for a moment, can you talk a little bit about what X input is and how X in general works in Linux."
      \r\n
      \r\n6:13 - Alison asks "Do you have any particular target hardware that you are thinking about during its development?"
      \r\n
      \r\n11:57 - Alison asks "Do we expect the mouse and keyboard to be with us in the long term? Are you really thinking of all these touches used in concert with the mouse and keyboard or that we may be evolving away from that?"
      \r\n
      \r\n17:45 - Alison basically asks "Is there talk about an agreed upon gesture language?"
      \r\n
      \r\n20:56 - Alison asks "What is the state of device driver support for capacitive screens that will support multitouch in Linux?"
      \r\n
      \r\n26:34 - Alison asks "Speaking of software coupling, are you looking at Wayland already or is that still over the horizon?"
      \r\n
      \r\n28:43 - Alison says "The automotive case seems like a fascinating one. As far as touch and gesture goes and Ubuntu has an IDI and recently Cadillac has a multitouch screen that has haptic feedback and some gesture support. This looks like a very exciting area for development. Actual shipping products in 2012. I don''t know if you''re familiar with that at all."
      \r\n
      \r\n32:11 - Alison asks "Do you anticipate contributing the multitouch work to GNOME and Debian as well?
      \r\n
      \r\n35:0 - Alin asks "What new features can we anticipate that will be user visible for precision in the area of multitouch and gestures?"
      \r\n
      \r\n43:56 - Alison says "I think I''m happy although I must mention I was pained to hear that it was 24 years ago that you were an infant because I was at M.I.T when they started the X project. heh heh. you young whippersnappers.\r\n...\r\nthat was very fascinating. I had no idea there was that much activity going on. I''m really excited to see what''s coming out and what new features are being added."
      \r\n\r\nlaunchpad.net/utouch
      \r\nmulti-touch-dev@lists.launchpad.net
      \r\n\r\n#ubuntu-touch irc.freenode.net
      ', 'marcoz', 156, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (922, 'episode', '2012-02-13', 'Updating a Garmin GPS for free', '

      \r\nNotice\r\n**I am not condoning this method I am just reporting that I have read\r\non numerous sites the steps and procedures on how to do this.****\r\nSources:\r\n

      \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n
        \r\n
      1. Connect your device to the computer.\r\n
      2. \r\n
      3. Go into the Nuvi files and backup the file named gmapprom.img to your computer.\r\n
      4. \r\n
      5. Delete the gmapprom.img file from the device. (note: make sure you empty the recycle bin after this step)\r\n
      6. \r\n
      7. Delete any unused Language files too..\r\n
      8. \r\n
      9. Copy the unlocked gmapprom.img file that you downloaded into the device. If the downloaded file is named something else, rename it to gmapprom.img and then put it on your devices internal memory.\r\n
      10. \r\n
      11. Restart your device and check your map info via : Tools>Settings>Map>Map Info.\r\n

        \r\nThere you have it! You have done it.\r\n
      12. \r\n
      ', 'riddlebox', 94, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (923, 'episode', '2012-02-14', '12 Gazillion Buttons', '

      \r\nJezra and NYbill discuss their predictions for 2012 and the things they are looking forward to in the new\r\nyear. The discussion moves on to LUG''s. Jezra takes Bill on a trip down memory lane. Then Bill strikes a nerve with Jez who rants about 3D movies (Language warning). They finish up talking about their\r\ncurrent hardware and software projects.

      \r\n\r\n

      Links

      \r\n\r\n

      ', 'Jezra and NYbill', 205, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (924, 'episode', '2012-02-15', 'Episode 000 redirection', 'Welcome to the first entry of Linux in the Shell. Before delving into specific commands, redirection will be explored as redirection will be used frequently in the examples going forward. The Unix philosophy posits program simplicity and that a program should do one thing and do it well (Mike Gancarz, the Unix Philosophy). Eric Raymond adds the Rule of Composition: "Design programs to be connected to other programs." Redirection is the glue that achieves this design.
      \r\n
      \r\nRedirection is applied to any of the following standard streams to achieve results beyond simply outputting some value from a single command:
      \r\n
      \r\nStandard Input (stdin) – 0
      \r\nStandard Output (stdout) – 1
      \r\nStandard Error (stderr) – 2
      \r\n
      \r\nFor the rest of this article and accompanying video please go to http://www.linuxintheshell.org/2012/02/ 16/entry-000-redirection/
      \r\nThe video can be downloaded http://www.archive.org/download/LinuxInTheShellEpisode000-Redirection/lits-000.ogv', 'Dann', 7, 67, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (925, 'episode', '2012-02-16', 'TGTM Tech News for 2012-02-15', '

      TGTM Tech News for 2012-02-15

      \r\n

      \r\nShownotes are taken from Show Notes for TGTM news 60\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Here is a news review:

      \r\n\r\n

      Other Headlines:

      \r\n\r\n

      News from "havanatimes.org, " "maggiemcneill.wordpress.com, "techdirt.com," and "ufcw.blogspot.com" used under arranged permission. News from "eff.org" and "torrentfreak.com" used under permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution license. News from "democracynow.org" used under permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution non-commercial no-derivatives license.

      \r\n

      News Sources retain their respective copyrights.

      \r\n\r\n

      Links

      \r\nhttp://www.talkgeektome.us/tgtmnews-60.html
      \r\nhttp://maggiemcneill.wordpress.com/2012/02/09/one-year-later/
      \r\nhttp://www.democracynow.org/2012/2/9/headlines#0
      \r\nhttp://ufcw.blogspot.com/2012/02/mitt-romney-relish-rich-ignore-poor.html
      \r\nhttp://www.techdirt.com/ articles/20120201/00433217612/beware-those-who-claim-theyre-saving-culture-business-when-theyre-really-protecting-those-who-strip-artists-rights.shtml
      \r\nhttp://www.havanatimes.org/?p=61712
      \r\nhttps://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2012/02/india%E2%80%99s-downward-spiral
      \r\nhttps://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2012/02/letters-copyright-office-why-i-jailbreak
      \r\nhttp://torrentfreak.com/btjunkie-shuts-down-for-good-120206/
      \r\nhttp://www.techdirt.com/articles/20120208/00260717693/congress-actually-helping-internet-rather-than-mucking-it-up.shtml
      \r\nhttp://torrentfreak.com/download-a-copy-of-the-pirate-bay-its-only-90-mb-120209/
      \r\nhttp://sacsis.org.za/site/article/1191
      \r\nhttp://www.truth-out.org/how-swedes-and-norwegians-broke-power-one-percent/1327942221
      \r\nhttp://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/02/09/wikileaks-suspect-bradley-manning-arraignment-for-february-23/
      \r\nhttp://www.krmg.com/news/news/local/army-private-manning-nominated-nobel-peace-prize-r/nHYNR/
      \r\nhttp://sacsis.org.za/site/article/1201
      \r\n', 'Tgtm News Team', 237, 28, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (926, 'episode', '2012-02-20', 'Heresies in the year of the apocalypse ep 1 - computer languages', '

      \r\nMr Gadgests calls in Apokoplictic year 2012 where he discusses Assembler, cobal and Grace Hopper

      \r\n

      \r\nFrom: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Hopper\r\n

      \r\nRear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906 – January 1, 1992) was an American computer scientist and United States Navy officer. A pioneer in the field, she was one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer, and developed the first compiler for a computer programming language. She conceptualized the idea of machine-independent programming languages, which led to the development of COBOL, one of the first modern programming languages. She is credited with popularizing the term "debugging" for fixing computer glitches (motivated by an actual moth removed from the computer). Because of the breadth of her accomplishments and her naval rank, she is sometimes referred to as "Amazing Grace." The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Hopper (DDG-70) was named for her, as was the Cray XE6 "Hopper" supercomputer at NERSC.\r\n

      ', 'MrGadgets', 155, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (927, 'episode', '2012-02-21', 'Setting up a WordPress blog: part 1', '

      \r\nFrank Bell summarizes the steps involved in setting up a WordPress blog. This episode covers creating a database and database user, installing the WordPress software, and configuring basic WordPress settings.\r\n

      \r\n\r\n

      Related links:

      \r\n\r\nWordPress Software, including the codex, themes, and plugins. (http://wordpress.org/)
      \r\nWordpress blog hosting site (http://wordpress.com/)
      \r\nXampp LAMPP server stack. (http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html)
      \r\nMySQL (http://mysql.com/)
      \r\n\r\nSome other blog hosting sites:
      \r\nBlogger (http://blogger.com)
      \r\nBlogspot (http://blogspot.com)
      \r\n
      Typepad (http://www.typepad.com/)
      \r\nTumblr ()
      ', 'Frank Bell', 195, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (928, 'episode', '2012-02-21', 'My Linux Adventure, Pt. 1', '

      \r\nRelease year - 2012\r\nContact Info: bob.wooden@comcast.net\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nLinks mentioned: \r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nRedhat
      \r\nhttp://www.redhat.com
      \r\nhttp://fedoraproject.org\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nSuSE
      \r\nhttp://www.suse.com
      \r\nhttp://www.opensuse.org\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nMicro Center - (my opinion - great retail environment for computer parts)
      \r\nhttp://www.microcenter.com/
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro_Center\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nThe properitory software device that does not allow printing or saving information without "key" was called "Design Key" or "Software Dongle" by myself. This is the brand "we used" (were provided) by design software (CAD type) kitchen and bathroom design program. (This is the "dongle" device. I do not care if I mention the properatory software name. It''s not very good and it''s . . . well, properatory.)
      \r\nhttp://www.petrotechnics.com/sentinel.html\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nLinux Terminal Server Project (LTSP)
      \r\nhttp://www.ltsp.org/
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_Terminal_Server_Project\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nNetwork File System (NFS)
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_File_System\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nDynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
      \r\nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_Host_Configuration_Protocol\r\n

      ', 'Bob Wooden', 206, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (929, 'episode', '2012-02-23', 'The Knightcast KC0060 : "Storytime"', '

      Syndicated Thursdays

      \r\n

      \r\nA chance to showcase other Creative Commons works. We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we''ll add it to the queue.\r\n

      \r\n

      \r\nToday it''s The Knightcast KC0060 : "Storytime"
      \r\nhttp://www.knightwise.com/knightcast-podcast/896-the-knightcast-kc0060--qstorytimeq\r\n

      \r\n
      \r\n

      \r\nSit back and enjoy another "storytime'' edition of the Knightwise.com podcast where we question our sanity in using Email and wonder wether the IT guy will go extinct. On a bed of some soothing music its time so close your eyes and listen. \r\n

      \r\n', 'Knightwise', 111, 54, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (930, 'episode', '2012-02-23', 'TGTM Tech News for 2012-02-20', '

      DeepGeek TGTM Newscast for 2012-02-20

      \r\n

      Shownotes are available at Show Notes for TGTM news 61

      \r\n

      Here is a news review:

      \r\n\r\n

      Other Headlines:

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      \r\nNews from "iww.org, " "rawstory.com, the audio "Moment of Clarity #116," and "techdirt.com" used under arranged permission. News from "eff.org" and "torrentfreak.com" used\r\nunder permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution license. News from "peoplesworld.org" used under permission of the Creative Commons by-attribution non-commercial no-derivatives license. News from "indybay.org" used under terms of the webpage. News from "takethesquare.net" is copyleft, translation from Greek courtesy the reddit community. News Sources retain their respective copyrights.

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      Links

      \r\n\r\nThe tutorial talked about in the episode
      \r\n\r\nDion Moult
      \r\nRatpoison: an efficient and minimalist WM.
      \r\nhttp://thinkmoult.com/2009/05/13/ratpoison-an-efficient-and-minimalist-wm/
      \r\n\r\n\r\nMy ratpoisonrc file
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      \r\nThis is the first episode on a series about computer programming languages. In this episode, I will start by discussing why you may want to learn a programming language, then I will give an introduction about what programming languages are, which are the different types of programming languages, their history, and I will also give some pointers to ressources which can be useful to get you started with programming.\r\n

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      \r\nEric Raymond''s "How to become a hacker" essay, available at http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html\r\n

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      1 Wikipedia sources:

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      \r\nhttp://mitpress.mit.edu/sicp/\r\n

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      \r\nRichard Matthew Stallman (born March 16, 1953), often shortened to rms, is an American software freedom activist and computer programmer. In September 1983, he launched the GNU Project to create a free Unix-like operating system, and he has been the project''s lead architect and organizer. With the launch of the GNU Project, he initiated the free software movement; in October 1985 he founded the Free Software Foundation.
      \r\nStallman pioneered the concept of copyleft, and he is the main author of several copyleft licenses including the GNU General Public License, the most widely used free software license. Since the mid-1990s, Stallman has spent most of his time advocating for free software, as well as campaigning against software patents, digital rights management, and what he sees as excessive extension of copyright laws. Stallman has also developed a number of pieces of widely used software, including the original Emacs, the GNU Compiler Collection, the GNU Debugger, and various tools in the GNU coreutils. He co-founded the League for Programming Freedom in 1989.\r\n

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      \r\nFree as in freedom oggcast - http://faif.us
      \r\nFree as in Freedom is a bi-weekly oggcast, hosted and presented by Bradley M. Kuhn and Karen Sandler. The discussion includes legal, policy, and many other issues in the Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS) world. Occasionally, guests join Bradley and Karen to discuss various topics regarding FLOSS.\r\n
      \r\nYou can email feedback on the show to oggcast@faif.us, or join bkuhn and other listeners in our IRC channel, #faif on irc.freenode.net.\r\n

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      \r\nThe Free Software Foundation (FSF) is a non-profit corporation founded by Richard Stallman on 4 October 1985 to support the free software movement, a copyleft-based movement which aims to promote the universal freedom to create, distribute and modify computer software. The FSF is incorporated in Massachusetts, USA.
      \r\nFrom its founding until the mid-1990s, FSF''s funds were mostly used to employ software developers to write free software for the GNU Project. Since the mid-1990s, the FSF''s employees and volunteers have mostly worked on legal and structural issues for the free software movement and the free software community.\r\nConsistent with its goals, only free software is used on FSF''s computers.\r\n

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      \r\nHe says: "The qrencode application is a tool to rapidly produce qrcodes. Qrcodes are handy little images that embed information many cell-phone cameras can read to do a number of tasks like provide a link to install applications, provide links to web sites or videos, or to add contacts into the address book. With qrencode, in seconds you can generate these images.\r\n
      \r\nFind the excellent write up and video at\r\nhttp://www.linuxintheshell.org/2012/03/01/entry-001-qrencode/
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      \r\nIn what has proven to be the most difficult show to put together ever, Ken and his most noble Lordship of the shire of Drachenblut, talk about the Indiana LinuxFest.

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      \r\nIndiana LinuxFest is a community F/OSS conference, which is showcasing the best the community has to offer in the way of Free and Open Source Software, Open Hardware, and Free Culture. We are also highlighting the best and brightest from all of these communities from the hobbyist to professional level.\r\n

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      \r\nIndiana LinuxFest 2012, April 13th to the 15th at the Wyndam Indianapolis West, is free to attend and Open for any to attend be it the hobbyist to the professional. So join us for the Reign of Freedom!\r\n

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      \r\nYou can reach him at:\r\njames.middendorff[ @ ]gmail.com', 'riddlebox', 94, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (938, 'episode', '2012-03-06', 'Cloning Windows WiFi Profiles and Installing Skype Under 64-bit Fedora', '

      The other day I was copying a customer''s files and settings from a old laptop to a new one. Much of this tedious task was handled automatically by Fab''s Autobackup (http://fpnet.fr/ , and 25% until Valentines Day BTW ), but I was disappointed that his dozen WiFi access point profiles and passwords were not one among the settings that Fab''s copied for me. For a family laptop, you usually just have to re-enter the password for just the home router, and maybe once again for your work wireless. If your are a tech for an enterprise, and the new mobile workstation needs to connect to multiple access points, you always wind up walking around the business or campus, connecting to each in SSID in turn and entering a different key. This time, the laptop would be used in multiple remote offices. The user would have been able to re-create those connections as he traveled to each office, but he asked me if it wouldn''t be possible instead to transfer the profiles with the rest of his data.

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      I had no doubt that I would be able to find a free tool to backup and restore wireless connections, but I have become wary of Windows utilities that can be found at the end of a Google search but have not been recommended by other techs or a trusted website. I was surprised to find my answer in some functions added to the DOS netsh, (or "net shell") command, starting with Windows Vista.

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      The netsh wlan export profile command generates a .XML export file for each selected profile. Each export file contains an SSID, channel, encryption type and a hash of the encryption key to be transferred to the new laptop, except that it doesn''t work, at least not for me and several others who posted articles to the web. On my first try, I was able to import everything but the encryption key, all the access points showed up in "Manage Wireless Networks", but I was prompted for a key when I tried to connect. I thought maybe this was Microsoft''s attempt at security, but I could see a field for the hash in the .XML and when I went back to the article on netsh and it was clear I was supposed to get the keys too. A little more googlsearch revealed a second article on netsh that gave me an argument the first one omitted, adding key=clear at the very end of the netsh command causes the keys to be exported in clear text! Our command now looks like:

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      \r\nThe rest of the name of the first profile will be filled in, complete with the terminating quote. Press and you should get a message that wireless profile has been imported. To import the remaining profiles, just use or the up arrow and edit the last command. Since it was set to auto-connect, the laptop I was working on made a connection to the local access point the instant the corresponding profile was imported.

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      Learning these new netsh functions may make configuring WiFi more convenient (I can maintain a library of wireless profiles for the organizations I service, or I could implement an encryption key update via a batch file). I can also see ominous security implications for networks where users aren''t supposed to be privy to the connection keys and have access to pre-configured laptops, such as schools. One could whitelist the MAC addresses of only the organization''s equipment, but there is always that visiting dignitary to whom you are expected to provide unfettered network access. Besides, anyone with access to the command line can use ipconfig to display the laptop''s trusted MAC address, which can be cloned for access from the parking lot or from across the street. The only way I see to secure the connection from someone with physical access to a connected laptop is to install kiosk software that disables the command line.

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      Last week I decided to install Skype as an alternative way to contact people with land lines. I haven''t played with Skype since I had it on my Windows workstation, so I downloaded and installed the .rpm for Fedora 13+. All Skype has is a 32-bit package for Fedora, and sure enough, when I tried to launch Skype, the icon bounced around Compize fashion, then the application item on the taskbar closed without doing anything. I looked for information in troubleshooting Skype from the logs, and an Arch wiki article told me I might have to create ~/.Skype/Logs , which I did. The application continued to crash without generating a log. I heard someone mention once in a call in podcast that they''d had to perform additional steps to make 32-bit Skype work in 64 bit Fedora 15, and a Google search took me to the khAttAm blog (link below). I experienced some trepidation because the steps involve installing additional 32 bit libraries (if you heard me on the Hacker Public Radio New Years Eve shows, you might have heard me say I''ve experienced a bit of dependency hell over conflicts between 32 and 64 bit libraries) but the instructions in the article went flawlessly (I don''t know if khattam.info represents one person or more than one, but you rock!).\r\nhttp://www.khattam.info/howto-install-skype-in-fedora-15-64-bit-2011-06-01.html

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      \r\nAfter that, I was able to launch the application and log into my Skype account.

      \r\n', 'FiftyOneFifty', 131, 0, 1, 'CC-BY-SA', 0, 1), (939, 'episode', '2012-03-07', 'Sunday Morning Linux Review: Episode 021', '

      Syndicated Thursdays

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      \r\nA chance to showcase other Creative Commons works. We try to expose podcasts, speeches, presentations, music, etc that you may not have heard. If you have suggestions for items then send your recommendation to admin at hpr and we''ll add it to the queue.\r\n

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      \r\nToday in it''s regular slot is Episode 021 of the Sunday Morning Linux Review
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      In this episode

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      \r\nRelease Candidate: On Sun, 4 March 2012 02:57:31 UTC Greg Linus Torvalds announced the release of Kernel 3.3-rc6
      \r\nKeep The ARM Architecture Open
      \r\nFastest Growing Desktop Linux Up 64% In 9 Months
      \r\nAzure Goes Down! Azure Goes Done! (But Will It Be For The Count)
      \r\nAssault On The Fifth Amendment Won’t Get Its Day In Court
      \r\nThe Real Numbers For Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV)
      \r\nWhite House, Consumers in Mind, Offers Online Privacy Guidelines
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      The Linux Convention Scene for March 2012

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      \r\nDroidcon 2012 March 13th-14th, 2012 – Berlin, Germany
      \r\nAsiaBSDCon 2012, 22 – 25 March, 2012 Morito Memorial Hall, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan
      \r\nCE Linux Forum Japan Technical Jamboree March 23 2012 Nakano Sunplaza Hotel Tokyo Japan
      \r\nABLEConf March 24 – Tempe AZ
      \r\nLibrePlanet 2012 March 24-25, 2012 University of Massachusetts, Boston. MA
      \r\nMarch 27-29, 2012 Palmetto Open Source Software Conference (POSSCON) 2012 Columbia, SC POSSCON 2012
      \r\nDocument Freedom Day 2012 28 March 2012
      \r\nNortheast Linux Fest March 17, 2012 · Worcester State University · Worcester, MA 01602
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      \r\nShownotes are available at Show Notes for TGTM news 62\r\n

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