1×31: Would you do it in the pouch?

1×31: Would you do it in the pouch?

Posted by on Thursday, December 11, 2014 in Linux, News, Open Source, Reviews, Shows, Social Media, Technology, Ubuntu | 0 comments

Jeremy Garcia, Bryan Lunduke, Jono Bacon, and Stuart Langridge present Bad Voltage, in which we do no singing despite being begged to. We also find ourselves discussing:

  • Desuckling from the corporate teat: are we being held back by waiting for permission we don’t need from corporate sponsors of Linux OSes? (3.34)
  • Bryan and Stuart have used Ello, a new social network; they review it and Jono and Jeremy ask questions about whether it’s the GNU/Hurd of social networks (23.38)
  • We interview Rikki Endsley, journalist and Red Hat community evangelist, about how journalist ethics should work and the challenges facing journalists in the new world order (38.17)
  • Wrong in 60 seconds: Jeremy on the astonishing monetary success of the vapid and servile internet meme (50.48)
  • Recently Stephen Hawking suggested that artificial intelligence could spell the death of the human race. What’s the deal? Is he right? (52.13)

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