We take a look at a new treatment for paralysis, spying a possible exomoon, troubles with the Space Station, Viewer Feedback, the Large Hadron Collider, Curiosity news, and as always take a peek back into history and up in the sky this week.
After listening to Ahuka describe his favourite podcasts on HPR1479 and HPR1482 I was surprised to see how few of the shows we listen to overlap. There are so many podcasts out there it's always good to be able to get recommendations. I present to you my list of 30 podcasts (I had to cull the list down a bit).
Accidental Tech Podcast
The Alton Browncast
Back to Work
The Domestic CEO
From Python Import Podcast
Feed: (Ogg): http://feeds.feedburner.com/FromPythonImportPodcastogg
Feed: (MP3): http://feeds.feedburner.com/FromPythonImportPodcastmp3
Girl on Guy
Feed: (Ogg): http://goinglinux.com/oggpodcast.xml
Feed: (MP3): http://goinglinux.com/mp3podcast.xml
Hacker Public Radio
ASK ME FOR HELP: https://twitter.com/kdmurray
Feed: (Ogg): http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_ogg_rss.php
Feed: (MP3): http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_rss.php
A History Of Alexander / Hannibal
Feed: (Alexander): https://ia601204.us.archive.org/27/items/AlexanderFeed/AlexanderHistoryRemastered.XML
Feed: (Hanibal): https://ia700801.us.archive.org/8/items/HannibalFeed/HistoryHannibalandthePunicWars.XML
The History of Rome
Mac OS Ken
Mac Power Users
The Memory Palace
Are boutique distributions a bag of hurt for new users?
We love a good underdog, but sometimes our excitement gets the best of us and we recommend something that’s not appropriate for a switcher to land on.
Plus some quick thoughts on the beating open source is taking as fallout from the Heartbleed bug.
In today's show new host x1101, fulfils his promise made at NELF on the Community News and submits his first show on on how he got into Linux.
The Heartbleed bug has ignited a new round of open source doubters, but are the renewed concerns about the open source development model unfounded? And what can be done to avoid catastrophes like this in the future? We discuss.
Plus an honest discussion about that moment of no return, your feedback, and more!
Note: Apologies for the transitional audio setup while we move between studios. Improvements next week!
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We will continue to promote new podcasts and other creative commons material but due to a lack of slots, we are only releasing material created exclusively for HPR. If there is a piece of creative commons content that you would like to promote, then feel free to record a regular show where you introduce the content and explain why it is important, providing links to where we can get more information.
Today I am doing just that. As a member of the HPR community, I would like to bring the podcast LINUX LUDDITES with the tag line "Not all change is progress". Taking their name from "Linux" the an operating system kernel by Linus Torvalds, and "Luddites" from the 19th-century English textile artisans who protested against newly developed labour-saving machinery.
I am submitting Episode 11 as it includes a fascinating interview with Rob Landley, former maintainer of BusyBox and covers among other things his experiences of GPL enforcement. For complete episode show notes see http://linuxluddites.com/shows/episode-11/
If this podcast is not in your feed, you would do very well to add it.
If there is a show is new to the scene, ie not on the linuxlink.net, then contact us about it and also consider submitting an episode as a featured podcast.
Can the Intel NUC be a no compromises Linux desktop? Or are there a few challenges you need to know? Spoiler Alert: There are, and we’ve solved them. Find out how the Intel NUC Performance a Gnome 3.12 full fledged desktop.
Plus: One of the biggest games of the year just announced Linux Support, our thoughts on Heartbleed and what it says about the open development model, the post XP era...
AND SO MUCH MORE!
All this week on, The Linux Action Show!
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Hosts: Dan & Fab
Fab on all channels
Francis Maude, National Cyber Guy
0:25:00 NEWS & RELEASES
1:03:02 GAMES CORNER
From The Saloon:
Direct download link: MP3
News this show about Ubuntu, more systemd shenanigans, a win for Chromebooks and a possible one for Linux, and that little Heartbleed issue that you may have heard about.
Joe served up his First Impressions of Q4OS, and landed Paddy with the improbably capitalised NuTyX for the next show.
Lots of great feedback, including some listener thoughts about The UNIX-Haters Handbook, suitable distros to replace XP, audio encoding, and more. One comment set Paddy off thinking about why Linux has been successful, and arguably how the cause of that success is being eroded.
We took a long hard look at AntiX MX-14 “Symbiosis”, then kept our thinking caps on to consider “What Happened to the Vision in Open Source?” in our Over a Pint section.
For full show notes with links, and an opportunity to comment, head on over to our website.
This is a big show and we've a lot to get through, oh and this episode doesn't end when you think it does. First up lets have a quick chat about the Brendan Eich/Gay marriage storm which did the rounds for about a week. Mozilla announce a pretty cool tool that will allow your apps to run on Android although Matt's not convinced of Pete's "It's wine for Android in't it?" The problem with Microsoft is you can't get at the code! Amazingly MS has released the original code for MS-DOS v1.1 and Word 1.1a to The Computer History Museum. Admittedly you can't do much with it other than look at it but hey, it'll be cool to see where the PC took off. Yet another round up of 'Where Canonical went wrong' Pete and Matt both agree everything in the article they've said on the show over the last few years. This may look like a small thing but the impact is huge! Finally the UK government does something right and modernises copyright to allow fair usage. "I remember you?" returning to the fold is the Windows Menu. Some of you may remember MS re-instated the start button on their much vaunted Windows 8? Well now the actual menu is set to return. Matt tells us all about Net Neutrality and how the EU is going to level the playing fields. Linus Torvalds tells Kay Sievers he's not allowed to play with the big boys anymore until he cleans his coding skills. Potentially this could have a major impact on Systemd.
Karou refuses to crap in the toilet but is more than happy to poop on the floor.
It began in South Africa
In an attempt to save 27p Canonical announces they are shutting down U1 and their Cloud Music Store. Pete asks "Do these idiots know they have a phone?"
South London Makerspace
In this new section of the show Matt tells us all about his new venture. Actually he tells us twice, at the begging of the show and in this section mainly because he cannot read and didn't even know this bit was here.
The forum is down! Matt has no idea when he will fix it, in fact he's not sure he wants to. :-(
Freedom hating MP3 74.02MB
Freedom loving OGG 64.06MB
Show length: 01:42:57
Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
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Voice Overs: Nathan Cundiff
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