Share your terminal as a web application with anyone in the world in seconds, we’ll show you how. Why Ubuntu’s dominance over EC2 matters so much, Munich follow up, why Cortona can go suck a banana & more!
The real fallout from the Ashley Madison hack gets personal. The Android StageFright patch that doesn’t cover all of the holes, and turning a KVM into a spying appliance.
Plus a great batch of questions, our answers, and a rocking round up.
All that and a heck of a lot more on this week’s TechSNAP!
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In the last tutorial we looked at pictures and how they can be used in Impress. But I left out one area because the tutorial was already running a bit long, and I wanted to give the Gallery and Themes the full attention they deserve. I think this is something a lot of people have missed when working with Impress, at least I have not seen these elements includes much in peoples presentations. But they are a wonderful addition to your toolkit, and well-worth some attention. Note that the Gallery is a common feature of all LibreOffice applications, and is available in applications like Writer and Calc, though there is less need for it there. It is when you get to applications like Impress and Draw that you really discover how useful it can be.
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Coming up this week on the show, we'll be talking with Damien Miller of the OpenSSH team. We will be discussing some of the changes in their latest 7.0 release, including phasing out older crypto and changing one of the defaults that might surprise you.
AT&T gets caught injecting ads into wifi, YouTube Gaming launches & the way the GCHQ obliterated the Guardian’s laptops may have revealed more than it intended.
Plus the real dirty secret behind Ashley Madison & more!
The NSA is being sued by a former mayor for blanket surveillance & the case could spark a public debate. New information on how the Clinton's stored their mail server, our takedown of ISIS claimed attempts to recruit American women & why you better buy that Patriot Drone soon!
Plus an update on the 2016 election, the recent market turmoil & more!
The Marantz PMD 660 Professional Solid State Recorder
I inherited a really nice audio recorder and microphone from my mother-in-law recently and in this episode I talk all about it and use the new device to record the show.
Review of this device: http://www.fotografics.org/marantz-pmd660.html
Audio Technica ATM710 cardioid condenser mic
Music bumpers are from Kimiko Ishizaka's The Open Goldberg Variations: http://www.opengoldbergvariations.org/, used by permission of their CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication license.
We celebrate the 24th birthday of Linux by looking back to it’s early days, discuss the new SSD optimized Linux file system, the rather normal things Linux is doing on Mainframes & how the community at large reacts to crowdfunding.
Plus some great follow up, some great discussion & much more!