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January 25, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1691: Arduino 101 Arduino IO
In this two-part series, Klaatu introduces you to the Arduino. First, learn about the breadboard and how to make electricity course through it in order to power your very own simple circuit. To follow along with what Klaatu is talking about, refer to these two graphics: And here are diagrams of the simple circuits that Klaatu constructs.The simple code to reset the servo: #include <Servo.h> Servo myservo; int servoPosition; void setup() { myservo.attach(13); myservo.write(90); } void loop() {} And the code that responds to input: #include <Servo.h> Servo myservo; int servoPosition; int servoMax = 180; int servoMin = 0; int value; int valMax = 600; int valMin = 50; void setup() { myservo.attach(13); } void loop() { value = analogRead(0); servoPosition = map(value, valMin, valMax, servoMax, servoMin); servoPosition = constrain(servoPosition, servoMin, servoMax); myservo.write(servoPosition); } And here is a bonus diagramme that you can try to create, using a light sensor, servo, and resistor.

January 22, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1690: Arduino 101 Breadboard
In this two-part series, Klaatu introduces you to the Arduino. First, learn about the breadboard and how to make electricity course through it in order to power your very own simple circuit. To follow along with what Klaatu is talking about, refer to these two graphics: And here are diagrams of the simple circuits that Klaatu constructs.

Phone Losers
Snow Plow Show – January 22th, 2015 – Bank Loan Customers
AussieJack grabbed me by my big stupid head and said YOU BETTER DO A LIVE SHOW TODAY BRAD! So I did. Thanks for the motivation, AussieJack! On this show, I take a job at a bank as a loan officer, and try to help customers refinance their mortgages. Thanks, John, for sending me all of today's phone numbers.

January 21, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1689: Linux Voice magazine at OggCamp
Corenominal and Beni talking to the guys of the newly founded Linux Voice magazine. It's a British Linux publication that's less than a year old. We talked to them about why you would found a magazine these days, why their magazine is still relevant in the digital age and why kinds won't beat them at mario cart. You find their magazine here: and their superb Linux postcast by the same name here:

Off the Hook
Off The Hook - Jan 21, 2015

January 20, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1688: Some useful tools when compiling software
introduction Hi this is Rho`n and welcome to my first submission to Hacker Public Radio. I have been working on an application using the Python programming language with the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) libraries for the GUI interface. After acquiring a new laptop and installing a fresh copy of Ubuntu on it, I decided to set up the build environment I needed to be able to work on my project. I have been building from source the EFL libraries along with the Python-EFL wrapper libraries. For the last couple machines on which I have built the software, I would use the standard configure, make, and make install procedure. This time around I decided to create a debian package to use for installing the libraries. It had been a few years since I had created a .deb, so I googled for some tutorials, and found mention of the checkinstall program. After reading a couple blog posts about it I decided to try it out. checkinstall is run instead of "make install" , and will create a .deb file, and then install the newly created package. cut and tr commands To help speed up the configure process, I had previously created a file from my other builds that is a grep of my history for all the various "apt get install" commands of the libraries the EFL software needs to compile. Since my current operating system was a freshly installed distribution of Ubuntu, I needed to install the build-essential package first. After looking through my install file, and I decided to create a single apt-get install line with all the packages listed, instead of running each of the installs seperately. I knew I could grep the file, and then pass that to awk or sed, but my skill with either isn't that great. I did a little searching to see what other tools were out there and found the cut command and the tr command. Cut lets you print part of a line. You can extract set a field delimeter with the -d option and then list a range of fields to be printed with the -f option. The tr command can replace a character. I used this to replace the new line character that was printed by the cut command to generate a single line of packages which I piped to a file. A quick edit of the file to add "sudo apt-get install" at the beginning, add execute permissions to the file, and now I have a nice, easy way to install all the needed libraries. apt-file and checkinstall At least that was the idea. After installing the libraries, and running configure, I still received errors that libraries were missing. The machines from which my list of libraries was generated, had all been used for various development purposes, so some needed libraries were already installed on them, and so their installation had passed out of my history. Besides echoing to standard out the file configure can't find, it also creates a log file: config.log. Between the two it is relatively easy to figure out what library is needed. Often the libraries needed included their name in the .deb which has to be installed, and finding them is easy with an apt-cache search and grep of the library name. The hardest ones to find were often the X11 based references. In this case, I needed the scrnsaver.h header file. After googling, I found a reference to the needed package (libxss-dev) on Stack Exchange. The answer also showed how to use the apt-file command to determine in which package a file is included. I wish I had run into this before, there a few times where it took a number of searches on the internet to figure out which package I needed to install, and "apt-file find" would have saved time and frustration. A very handy tool for anyone developing on a debian based distribution. As it turns out, that was the last dependency that needed resolved. After a successful configure, and successful compile using the make command, I was ready to try out checkinstall. Running sudo checkinstall, brings up a series of questions about your package, helping you fill out the needed .deb meta-data. I filled out my name and email, name for the package, short description of the package, and let everything else go to the suggested defaults. After, that hit enter and checkinstall will create a debian package and install it for you. If you run "apt-cache search <name of package>" you will see it listed, and "apt-cache show <name of package>" will give you the details you created for the package. There are warnings on the Ubuntu wiki not to use this method for packages to be included in an archive or in a ppa. It does work great for a local install, and would use it to install on machines on my local network. conclusion After a short side trip into development setup, I'm back writing my application on my new laptop. While I am a big fan of binary packages, Debian being the first GNU/Linux distribution I ever used, sometimes you need to dive in and compile software from source. For me running configure, make, make install has been the easiest way to do this, and these days it usually isn't too difficult to get even moderately complex applications and libraries to build. The most tedious part can be resolving all the dependencies. Now, with apt-file in my tool belt, it will be even faster and easier. I will also be using checkinstall for future compiles. I do like being able to use package management tools to install, and un-install software. I hope others find these tools useful. I have posted links in the show notes to the pages about cut, tr, apt-file and checkinstall that led me to these tools. If you've made it this far, thanks for listening to my first post to HPR. As Ken Fallon points out, it's not an HPR episode until you have uploaded it to the server. So let those episode ideas flow from your brain, into your favorite recording device, and up to the HPR server. Let's keep HPR active, vibrant, and a part of our lives for years to come.

January 19, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1687: Podcast recommendations
Linux / Floss Podcasts Dudmonovi: Wish it was still going. I really like Dude Man's ideas. ( Floss Weekly: I skip some of these because they do not apply to something I would use. ( GNU World Order: Klaatu is pretty similar to me. ( HPR: Obviously ( Health Nutz: Not specifically Linux related, but the guys come from the community and who doesn't need to look after their health. ( Kernal Panic Oggcast: Good general news. ( The Linux Link Tech Show: Pretty light on Linux content these days, but I typically enjoy the conversation. ( Linux Voice: companion to the magazine ( Linux Lug Cast: Frequently on the show ( Open Source Musicians Podcast: Although I don't do much with audio production these days I still enjoy listening to it and hoping that one day I'll have time to get back into it. ( Linux Action Show and Linux Unplugged: I've been suprised with the quality of Jupiter Broadcasting shows recently. I had dropped this show for a long time but I have recently begun listening to it again. ( ( Linux Outlaws: May it rest in peace. This is the podcast that got me started in Linux. Without it I would still be using Macs....shudder. ( Pop Culture General Podcasts Podculture: Local folks who talk about nerdy things. ( The Mindrobbers: This show is run by a writer from my gernal area named Scott Carelli. I orginially heard of him through Podculture. I've followed his various podcasts for many years and this is the most recent incarnation. Although sometimes I don't always agree with his opinions I do always look forward to hearing them. ( Trekcast: My first undying love in this world is Star Trek. ( The Doctor's Companion: Another podcast by Scott Carelli and gang. Good American centreic view of Doctor Who, another of my favorite shows. ( The Babylon Podcast: This show isn;t in production anymore, but if you are a fan of Babylon 5 (which I am) this is a great show that breaks down each episode, and interviews many of the stars from the show. ( Fear the Boot: A great tabletop role playing game podcast ( Hiyaa Martial Arts Podcast: Must listening for martial artists (especially of the chinese martial arts persuasion). There are very few good martial arts podcasts out there that are not style specific. This fits the bill. One of the host practices the same style of kung fu that I do (although through a different branch of the family tree) and it's nice to see that perspective on other arts. ( This American Life: NPR.. used to be an addict. ( Unfilter: Jupiter Broadcasting's version of No Agenda. I used to listen to No Agenda but I find that it has become too long, and they tend to go off the deep end on some of their annalysis in my opinion. I find Unfilter to be a little more grounded, and it's an hour and a half once a week. I'll still listen to No agenda from time to time, but not regularly since I found this. ( Ham Radio Podcasts Linux in the Ham Shack: K5TUX and crew talk about the inersection of Ham and Linux. ( Resonant Frequency: another Ham radio podcast from an alum of Linux in the Ham Shack ( Ham Nation: Twit's Ham radio podcast. Sometimes boring but I usually watch it anyways. ( Amateurlogic: a great ham radio (and a little bit more) vieo podcast. A lot of making and hacking going on in this one. ( Science Podcast Radiolab: NPR radio podcast. Good interesting science. ( Star Talk: Neil DeGrasse Tyson's radio show. Brings on guests to discuss sciene in a general audience way. ( This Week in Science: A good weekly roudtable science news podcast. Used to be a TWiT show but has branched out on it's own. ( Buddhism I listen to a lot of random budhism podcasts but this is the must listen to. Buddhist Geeks: Modern take on culture, science and society's impact on Budhism. Tends to be academic, but I enjoy it. ( Vedic Mythology and Mantras Podcast: While not Buddhist specifically I have always loved Vedic mythology and Indian music. In my mind the relationship between the Vedic traditions and Buddhist are similar to Judaism to Christianity. This podcast gies a short mythological story and a chant that goes along with it. It's no longer being produced but it has lots of episodes to listen to. ( TWiT Shows All About Android: ( This Week in Computer Hardware: ( This Week in Google: ( TWiT: ( Know How: (

Phone Losers
Snow Plow Show – January 19th, 2015 – RBCP Has No Civility
Bryan Wolf is the sponsor of today's celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Thanks for being so patriotic, Bryan! In this show, we call some more sheet music checkouts, some mortgage customers, and a few Yelp users.

January 18, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1686: Interview with Joel Gibbard of OpenHand
This show is an interview with Joel Gibbard founder of the OpenHand project. The interview was recorded on my phone which unfortunately created a few glitches. I've cleaned the audio up as best I can. Although frustrating, the occasional glitches have not caused anything to be missed that cannot be inferred from the context of the recording. After creating an artificial hand for his degree project Joel Gibbard wanted to continue the work on the hand with the goal of producing a workable prosthetic hand for $1000, so he launched the OpenHand project with a succesful IndieGoGo fundraiser. In this interview we learn more about the Dextrus hand, the project's progress to date, and hear of Joel's vision of affordable prosthetics for amputees worldwide. For a short 4 minute introduction to the project see Joel's video at ( The openhand designs and more information are available at and

January 15, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1685: 45 - LibreOffice Calc - Styles and Templates Introduced
When we were looking at Writer we saw that Styles and Templates are key concepts to using any word processor. They are not quite as central in spreadsheet use, and one can be a proficient user without resort to them, but they do give you control over the appearance of your spreadsheets, and can give the sheets you create uniform appearance. We discussed these ideas in great detail in our Writer tutorials, so I am going to hope that some of that knowledge has carried over here. Still, lets get to some basic concepts:

Phone Losers
Snow Plow Show – January 15th, 2015 – Arf arf! Arf. Arf arf! Arf.
Here's a show fully funded and produced by Andrew Christiansen. It's Andrew's fault that I couldn't get a car ding answer during the voicemails. In today's show we call some more adopt-a-median businesses and I play a classic prank by me and Mr. Spessa.

January 14, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1684: 5150 Shades of Beer Jacob Leinenkugels Winter Explorer Pack
Jacob Lienenkugels Winter Explorer Pack "Chippewa Falls, WI since 1867" Winters Bite - Do you know what it smells like when you open a tin of cocoa (the semi-sweet kind, not the unsweetend) and no matter how you do it, a litle of the powder puffs out? The best descrition I can give this beer is it tastes just like that smell, even down to the dryness. Neither cloyingly sweet or leaving you wondering who mixed the chocolate syrup into you beer, just a sublte taste of dry cocoa. This lager pours dark with very little head. This beer (my favorite it this group) is only available in the Explorer pack, and it's ABV and ingredients are not featured on Helles Yeah - (German blonde lager, Helles means "light" in German, but unlike American beers, it refers only to color). Straw color, very clear, moderate head that disapears w/o lacing. Sublte flavor, a hit of hops and just slightly more than a pinch of pepper. 5.5 ABV Malts: Pale malts Hops: Five All-American hops including Simcoe and Citra Cranberry Ginger Shandy - [From Wikipedia, Shandy is beer mixed with a soft drink, carbonated lemonade, ginger beer, ginger ale, or apple juice or orange juice.] Pours cloudy yellow amber, moderate head that disapears w/o lacing. Leinenkugel managed to resist the urge to color it red. Not as syrupy as Shock Top's Cranberry Belgian Ale, but unlike many fruit adjunct brews, neither is the flavor so subtle you have to go searching for it. I like to use ginger in cooking, and I can also detect the taste of that sweet spice in this weiss beer as well. 4.2% ABV Malts: Pale and Wheat Hops: Cluster Other: Natural cranberry and ginger flavors Snowdrift Vanilla Porter - Pours dark brown with just a litle carmel color head that disipates imediately. Vanilla bean aroma. Vanilla flavor is perhaps more subtle than Breckenridge's Vanilla Porter, but there will be know doubt you are enjoying a beer flavored by vanilla and roasted malts, with a hint of chocolate to keep it from being too sweet. 6.0 ABV Malts: Two- and six- row Pale Malt, Caramel 60, Carapils, Special B, Dark Chocolate and Roasted Barley Hops: Cluster & Willamette Other: Real vanilla BONUS ROUND -Leinenkugels Orange Shandy - Wheat beer, likely exactly the same one that's in the Cranberry Ginger Shandy, but in this case the tart/sweet orange juice taste dosn't completely obscure the flavor of the beer. I like them both, but I think I would grab the orange shandy on a hot day. 4.2% ABV Malts: Pale and Wheat Hops: Cluster Other: Natural orange flavor

Off the Hook
Off The Hook - Jan 14, 2015

The Linux Link Tech Show
The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 591
run level 5, gnome woes, kodi, streaming services

January 13, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1683: Theater of the Imagination: Part 06
In this installment, lostnbronx interviews Julie Hoverson, a modern audio drama enthusiast of great experience and insight. Check out Julie's wonderful audio content at: and (primarily)

January 12, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1682: Introduction to the Netizen Empowerment Federation
This is my first HPR release and I'm going to keep it short. If anyone is intertested in hearing more about any of the projects I mention here, I'm happy to do another show. First, I just want to say that everything on Netizen Empowerment Federation (NEF) is released under a free culture license, though not all of the music selected by our presenters is free culture. Right now we are blog and podcast focused, but we would like to add digital creators of all types. I'm doing these sites in the order they were created, though I'm not sure if OSP or Sportazine was created first. Since OSP is the most closely related to HPR, I'm going to start with that. OSP started as a shared hosting gift for new developers. The idea was I could make people accounts on Dreamhost and they could test the latest free software. Since it wasn't a business, I didn't really promote it. It never took off. I had a few people in Wisconsin make accounts, but they barely used them. It's not really important why that idea failed, but eventually it just became a place for me to talk tech. lnxw48 aka lnxwalt is our current systems administrator and occasionally writes pieces for the site. Like all of our sites, we are always looking for contributors! As far as I'm aware, Sportazine is the only site dedicated to sports and free culture. This means a lot of things. First it means, making sure online sports viewing works in free formats. It also means that there are free software fantasy sports implementations and that sports journalism happens under free culture licenses. Sportazine is a weird beast because we partnered with JMP Enterprise. This is a collection of shows about remixable music. The main show features me and Tom of the band Lorenzo's Music. You can find his band on Jamendo, Spotify, Free Music Archive, and I'm sure plenty of other places. The Lawcast is on hiatus and when it comes back will likely be less law focused and more just a catchall for more academic and policy-related stuff than we do on the main show. I'll probably talk a lot more about free software on the reboot, because it's not a topic Tom really cares much about. Tom is a GNU/Linux user, but he refuses to use anything but Skype or Hangout for recording the shows. I'll probably have on musicians that we wouldn't otherwise have on and thus a topic of conversation on those shows will be "Why won't you use Skype or Hangout?" I suspect most of the reasons will be free software focused, but they may also be privacy focused (not that they are unrelated). The punkcast is pretty much what it sounds like it is. Eventually I want to bring it back. Right now though, I need to focus on finding funding, because if I don't, my wife is going to kick me out. I hope this is resolved by the time you hear this. I'm recording on December 19. I think may have started before any of these, but I put it here due to the start of the Cyberunions podcast, which is currently on hiatus. Stephen now works for the FSF, so you know free software is important to him. I'm not going to say much about the show, because aside from being a one-time guest, I'm not involved in the project. If people want to know more about Cyberunions, I suggest you pester Stephen (aka mv) about doing a show. RTB really refers to two music shows, one called OO (pronounced "oh-oh") and one called Unformatted. The site also has a stream that carriers a variety of shows, including Cerebral Mix, Rage and Frustration, and the last NEF show I am going to discuss. Unlike Ryno, you can find the DJ for this show on GNU Social. Alex is . Another CC Music show.

Phone Losers
Snow Plow Show – January 12th, 2015 – Dancin Across The U.S.A.
Tombstone is the sponsor of today's abomination of Christ. Thanks for allowing us to post notes on cars that cause mass panic from ladies who think they're going to be stalked by people watching their cars because that's clearly the best way to stalk a lady, is to put a weird-ass note on her car.

January 11, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1681: New Year Show Part 8 of 8 to the western region of the United States, some regions of Canada and 2 more: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Seattle.pants.... really this is intelligent conversationPants are optional, I think. It's -20C.... pants are not optionalkilts are kreepy? or not. No they are not.cobra2 thinks that ken should pay attention to show notes for editing lol. pokey thinks this may be the show that finally convinces Ken to edit.2nd there is a good hour that should not go onto the feed. it was rough on the streamYAY TMI!!!This is not the creamy part of the oreo. :( this is the creamy salty part... of the oreo. Sliders - tvshow added late by pegwoledogs giving birth sounds better than singing over mumble2015-01-01T09:00:00ZGreetings to Alaska and French Polynesia: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Unalaska, Juneau.pokey  issues a challenge to the NYE participants: Judging by the show notes, we've spent the last 6 hours taking every joke to the lowest common denominator. I'd like to see an hour of greatest common factor.Ken Talks about xmlstarlet and converting xml2015-01-01T09:30:00ZGreetings to Marquesas Islands/France. Taiohae. handsome_pirate talks about his model trains; he models the original Norfolk Southern in N scaleSome talks about about Scottish things, innacuracies in Braveheart, Gaidhligh has no 'W'2015-01-01T10:00:00ZGreetings to small region of the United States and 2 more: Honolulu, Rarotonga, Adak, Papeete.Youngins!Kens Children talk about taking hard disks apart and put together an Ikea bookshelf.Discussion on accessability in mumble Emil Ivov, the project lead of Jitsi. Jits2015-01-01T11:00:00ZGreetings to American Samoa, Midway Atoll and 1 more: Alofi, Midway, Pago Pago.Use of federated tools like gnusocial Tech in Hungary - Internet taxIrish expats can't voteScottish independance shares his saga on getting a Linux LaptopUK Support say "Lenovo UK does not restrict anything on the unit. You can install any  Operating system on the unit however we can only support the original  configuration of the unit. "Ken Asked "Lenovo have shipped the IdeaPad Flex 10, without the ability to boot other operating systems, restricting the owner to running only the installed Windows 8.0 operating system."Lenovo Replies: "The first wave of this CPU model from Intel can only support Windows, this is not Lenovo design, all product with this wave CPU were not able to support other OS except Windows. After this wave, the follow on Flex10 will support other operating systems."Open phones. to small region the United States: Baker Island, Howland Island.The End! Lang SyneShould auld acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And days o’ lang syne!Chorus:For auld lang syne, my dear For auld lang syne, We’ll tak a cup o’ kindness yet For auld lang syne!               We twa hae run about the braes, And pu’d the gowans fine, But we’ve wander’d mony a weary foot Sin’ auld lang syne.             We twa hae paidl’t in the burn Frae morning sun till dine, But seas between us braid hae roar’d Sin’ auld lang syne.             And there’s a hand, my trusty fiere, And gie’s a hand o’ thine, And we’ll tak a right guid willie-waught For auld lang syne!             And surely ye’ll be your pint’ stoup, And surely I’ll be mine! And we’ll tak a cup o’ kindness yet For auld lang syne!Count down script$ while [[ $(date +%Y) -ne 2015 ]];do figlet $(($(date -d 2015-01-01  +%s)-$(date +%s)));sleep 1;clear;done;figlet 'Happy New Year!'Thanks To:Mumble Server: John NeusteterHPR Site/VPS: Joshua Knapp - AnHonestHost.comStreams: Kevin Wisher - http://www.linuxlugcast.comAdmin Support: cobra2    EtherPad: Russ Woodman - K5TUXPeak Listeners on stream: 45Mumble Participants: 74Arjun.extbbambikerBeezaBill_MIBroamchalkahlomclaudiomcobra2cogsColindannsDanyel_TigerdavidWHITMANdeltaraydelwinDrSeussOfPorndude-manEpicanisfatherfinchFiftyOneFiftyFlyingRichHCSCfredmorcosFXBOY4EVAHarryGuerrillahonkeymagoohpiratejkibjnadeaujneusteterJoeRessJonDoeLocksmithJon-KT4KBJonTheNiceGuyK5TUXken_fallonKnightwisekt4kb_KWisherlgxlinuxinsiderLord_DMarkWatersmcnaluMikeRayMint-JackmpbairdMrGadgetsmrxn0wjeneurosisnotklaatuperlistpokeypopeyriddleboxRobHSamWhitedschismsebsebsebMageia4SeeteeShadowSndChaserTallyThajthelastknowngodThistleWebthreethirtytjwehrleyUnderrunerUrugamiuseruserVelkroPodcasts: (TechSNAPP - sysadmin techy stuff) (political media coverage) (politicial media) (hardcore history, for history buffs) Joe Rogan interviews all types of peoplehttp://www.linuxlugcast.com

January 08, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1680: New Year Show Part 7 of 8
2015-01-01T05:00:00ZGreetings to the eastern region of the United States,regions of Canada and 12 more: New York, Boston, Rochester NY, Rochester NH, Millinocket, Maryland, Washington DC, Detroit, Havana, Atlanta.fireworks and meth labs go up in celebration of the new year. Pgggy went to watch...and we are really not family friendly nowKerbal Space Platform is a game. People like it.notKlaatu didn't get busted transproting lockpick tools from the US to New ZealandOpenSource HTML5 IRC client: Social servers: and to the midwest region of the United States, some regions of Canada and 8 more  Mexico City, Chicago, Guatemala, Dallas.Hillbilly Tracking of Low Earth Orbit [30c3] is the BOMB!arrrrNo more possum drops in Brasstown, NCfecal matter.... lots of it.... don't listen to this hour...Threethirty's S2 has epic audio over 3GSummer/Winter breaksWhat we did when we were kids.Best memories of 20145150 fireNSFW..... NSFAANSFBWAwell cobra2 attempted to reign in the chaos.... bah... this is pointless. ehhh, warn them I hate being the judgemental type.I'm not logged in as an admin. else I'd do it myselfpokey considers banishing people to the competitive drinking room...if you can't beat em... join em? That was reeling it in.Might bring it  to storiesHPR NYE goes off the rails for a bit, and Cobra2 dropps the gentile hammer.then we find out just how drunk 50 is.....2015-01-01T07:00:00ZGreetings to the mountain region of the United States, some regions of Canada and 1 more: Calgary, Denver, Edmonton, Phoenix.cobra2 injests first cup of coffee that is needed to stay awakeWeakThis hour is NSFW too.More Copyright discussion.finally coffee.......Coffee in New Zealand is pretty darn good ~ KlaatuOMG there was an alien in the Navy. robot.and someone prods the bear

January 07, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1679: New Year Show Part 6 of 8
2015-01-01T03:00:00ZGreetings to regions of Brazil, Argentina and 7 more: Buenos Aires, Santiago, Asuncion, Paramaribo.SoundChaser doesn't sound pasty white. Genetically modified discusion continues (not as good the second time)Genetically modified discusion continues (time to fast forward)2015-01-01T03:30:00ZGreetings to Newfoundland and Labrador/Canada  St. John's, Conception Bay South, Corner Brook,Gander.Systemd discussion about server logswe still don't understand why they do time on a 30 min break.... come on people just use UTCUTC FTWWatch chatDrink-o-meter chat this is a fabulous idea, 50 should do it. guns and good chinchillas2015-01-01T04:00:00ZGreetings to Atlantic Canada and cobra2 and 26 more: Saint John, La Paz, San Juan, Santo Domingo, Halifax.guns... again pokey talks about how he rebuilt an air gun to something special that ended in epic fail (bent barrel)Pokey has a Bad Barrelpokey has a new job!!!pokey is building the internet at his new job. Trans-oceanic cables don't build themselves afterall.books2015-01-01T04:30:00ZGreetings to Venezuela Caracas, Barquisimeto, Maracaibo, Maracay.retro games that are must playsMetroid NESSuper Metroid SNESLegend of Zelda NESNinja GaidenLolo Land NESYou Don't Know Jack PCDelwin makes a cameo appearance2015-01-01T05:00:00ZGreetings to the eastern region of the United States,regions of Canada and 12 more: New York, Boston, Rochester NY, Rochester NH, Millinocket, Maryland, Washington DC, Detroit, Havana, Atlanta.fireworks and meth labs go up in celebration of the new year. Pgggy went to watch...and we are really not family friendly nowKerbal Space Platform is a game. People like it.notKlaatu didn't get busted transproting lockpick tools from the US to New ZealandOpenSource HTML5 IRC client: Social servers: and

Off the Hook
Off The Hook - Jan 07, 2015

The Linux Link Tech Show
The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 590
holiday hauls, wifi and c720 chromebook issues, all sorts of good stuff

January 06, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1678: New Year Show Part 5 of 8
2015-01-01T00:00:00ZGreetings to United Kingdom and 24 more: London, Casablanca, Dublin, and Lisbon....continuing the Dr. Who / media distribution discussionThistleWeb watches Dawson's Creek Bluetooth controllers, Bethoven and jousting Drakenblut Has a crowd funding campaign to get to SCALE. . Sadly, he is ill.I (JonTheNiceGuy) joined the feed, and the podcast I produce ( *plug*) was mentioned ;)KLAATU IS HERE!!!!now we are talking about things that he cannot speak about. reading the books is faster than watching the movies?Book and movie spoiler time =D yoloBooks, Movies...Bad cantina music2015-01-01T01:00:00ZGreetings to Cape Verde, some regions of Greenland and 1 more: Praia, Ponta Delgada (Azores), Ittoqqortoormiit, and Mindelo.Podcast recommendations:Crivens - Linux Link Tech Show - got that one alreadyThe Crab Feast - Snap - in the Ham Shack - Action Show (total shite)Keith and the Girl - - if you need a link.....  {NSFW}Distorted View - Jam - Voltage - Changelog - (better than FLOSS Weekly) by KnightwiseThe No Agenda Show - You Should Know -"No such thing as a fish" - Tank Riot - today - Voice - http://linuxvoice.comGoing Linux - http://goinglinux.comDVDASA - watch the videos uncensored on Luddites - http://linuxluddites.commintCast - http://mintcast.orgThe Adam Carolla Show - on the House - Hits - cchits.netYoutube mini cooper build with 200 HP 4WD Celica running gear general talking about commercial media. Jim Henson series - The Story Teller - to regions of Brazil, Uruguay and 1 more: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Montevideo.5150 has shitty audio againFavorite Hardware purchases of 2014cobra2 - Duracell powermat (inductive portable backup)  $10 USD Gorilla Drive USB flash memory (thumb drive), $200 Wally World HP laptopSndChaser: ZaReason laptop to tvshowsStarship titanic!!!genetically modified crops discussion (pretty good)

January 05, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1677: New Year Show Part 4 of 8 to Greece and 30 more: Cairo, Ankara, Athens, and Bucharest.kinda quietcamera buying with dann.... kindatopic hoppingspeculation on how windows will work without IE.proprietary marketing skillsmass brainwashing of the world (Apple, anyone?)2014-12-31T23:00:00ZGreetings to Germany and 43 more: Brussels, Madrid, Paris, and Rome.Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, Coppies, coppyright, we are living the future, we are all our own gutenbergsThe wave is really the Mexican Wave!George Orwell was an incredible human beingWas George Orwell a time traveler who invented the salng word "Pig" for police?Star wars discussionDr. Who talkDistribution of entertainment media around the world shouldn't be delayedBest comic book remakes2015-01-01T00:00:00ZGreetings to United Kingdom and 24 more: London, Casablanca, Dublin, and Lisbon....continuing the Dr. Who / media distribution discussionThistleWeb watches Dawson's Creek Bluetooth controllers, Bethoven and jousting Drakenblut Has a crowd funding campaign to get to SCALE. . Sadly, he is ill.I (JonTheNiceGuy) joined the feed, and the podcast I produce ( *plug*) was mentioned ;)KLAATU IS HERE!!!!now we are talking about things that he cannot speak about. reading the books is faster than watching the movies?Book and movie spoiler time =D yoloBooks, Movies...Bad cantina music

January 04, 2015

Hacker Public Radio
HPR1676: HPR Community News for December 2014
HPR Community News for December 2014 New hosts Welcome to our new hosts: Rill, Michal Cieraszynski. Last Month's Shows Id Date Title Host 1651 2014-12-01 HPR Community News for November 2014 HPR Volunteers 1652 2014-12-02 GeekSpeak 2013-06-01 Various Creative Commons Works 1653 2014-12-03 Ruth Suehle at Ohio Linux Fest 2014 Ahuka 1654 2014-12-04 Using AS numbers to identify where you are on the Internet Ken Fallon 1655 2014-12-05 43 - LibreOffice Calc - Creating Pivot Tables Ahuka 1656 2014-12-08 My audio player collection Dave Morriss 1657 2014-12-09 Hacking Gutenberg eBooks Jon Kulp 1658 2014-12-10 Cool Stuff Part 2 Curtis Adkins (CPrompt^) 1659 2014-12-11 OggCamp Interview with Jon Archer corenominal 1660 2014-12-12 Trying out Slackware beni 1661 2014-12-15 OggCamp Interview with Paul Tansom corenominal 1662 2014-12-16 LinuxLugCast Episode-001 Outtakes Kevin Wisher 1663 2014-12-17 Interview with Greg Greenlee Founder of Blacks In Technology Ken Fallon 1664 2014-12-18 Life and Times of a Geek part 1 Dave Morriss 1665 2014-12-19 44 - LibreOffice Calc - Working With Pivot Tables Ahuka 1666 2014-12-22 Bare Metal Programming on the Raspberry Pi (Part 3) Gabriel Evenfire 1667 2014-12-23 How to start a Blog Rill 1668 2014-12-24 Nixstaller klaatu 1669 2014-12-25 New Retro Computing NYbill 1670 2014-12-26 Digital Signatures and Certificates Ahuka 1671 2014-12-29 LinuxLugCast Episode-002 Outtakes Kevin Wisher 1672 2014-12-30 Systemd for Learner Drivers Steve Smethurst 1673 2014-12-31 How I use ZFS on Linux Michal Cieraszynski Comments this month There are 31 comments: hpr1667 (2014-12-23) "How to start a Blog" by Rill. davi jordan on 2014-12-27:"[no title]" hpr1666 (2014-12-22) "Bare Metal Programming on the Raspberry Pi (Part 3)" by Gabriel Evenfire. Mike Ray on 2014-12-22:"Another great episode" Gabriel Evenfire on 2014-12-24:"Re: Another great episode" hpr1664 (2014-12-18) "Life and Times of a Geek part 1" by Dave Morriss. 0xf10e on 2014-12-20:"Cool stuff ^^" Colin on 2014-12-22:"Thanks Dave!" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-22:"Appreciate the feedback" hpr1663 (2014-12-17) "Interview with Greg Greenlee Founder of Blacks In Technology" by Ken Fallon. dodddummy on 2014-12-25:"BIT rss feed issues" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-25:"Re: BIT rss feed issues" hpr1660 (2014-12-12) "Trying out Slackware" by beni. Loomx on 2014-12-12:"[no title]" Mike Ray on 2014-12-12:"Great episode" Beni on 2014-12-13:"Thanks guys" hpr1659 (2014-12-11) "OggCamp Interview with Jon Archer" by corenominal. NYbill on 2014-12-18:"Ah it just clicked!" hpr1658 (2014-12-10) "Cool Stuff Part 2" by Curtis Adkins (CPrompt^). Daven on 2014-12-12:"Thanks!" NYbill on 2014-12-19:"Another podcast for the catcher. " hpr1657 (2014-12-09) "Hacking Gutenberg eBooks" by Jon Kulp. Dave Morriss on 2014-12-19:"Thanks Jon, this is brilliant" hpr1656 (2014-12-08) "My audio player collection" by Dave Morriss. Mike Ray on 2014-12-08:"The Dave Morris National Audio Player Museum" p on 2014-12-08:"[no title]" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-09:"Thanks for the feedback" p on 2014-12-10:"[no title]" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-13:"iRiver Clix2" hpr1651 (2014-12-01) "HPR Community News for November 2014" by HPR Volunteers. Mike Ray on 2014-11-30:"Comment about the RPI GPU in com news for November" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-01:"Ken Starks' Indiegogo campaign" hpr1649 (2014-11-27) "Raspberry Pi Accessibility Breakthrough" by Mike Ray. gigasphere on 2014-12-02:"Thanks Mike!" hpr1648 (2014-11-26) "Bash parameter manipulation" by Dave Morriss. Jon Kulp on 2014-12-04:"[no title]" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-05:"Thanks Jon" musicpeace on 2014-12-10:"Thanks Dave! & also for Magnatune" Dave Morriss on 2014-12-13:"Magnatune" hpr1643 (2014-11-19) "Unison Syncing Utility" by FiftyOneFifty. bort on 2014-12-04:"[no title]" hpr1637 (2014-11-11) "Communities Are Made of People" by FiftyOneFifty. gigasphere on 2014-12-02:"Great episode" hpr1630 (2014-10-31) "Bare Metal Programming on the Raspberry Pi (Part 2)" by Gabriel Evenfire. Alison Chaiken on 2014-12-16:"Would make a great basis for a hackfest" hpr1512 (2014-05-20) "Adopting and Renovating a Public-Domain Counterpoint Textbook" by Jon Kulp. Måns Mårtensson on 2014-12-15:"Teacher" Greetings to Afghanistan: Kabul, Kandahar, Mazari Sharif, and Herat.HPR COMMUNITY NEWS's Pool has too much Muriatic Acid (First World Problem)2014-12-31T20:00:00ZGreetings to much of Russia and 8 more: Moscow, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Muscat.2014-12-31T20:30:00ZGreetings to Iran: Tehran, Rasht, Esfahn, and Bandar-Abbas.Two rednecks digress on matters of the heart.2014-12-31T21:00:00ZGreetings to Iraq and 20 more: Baghdad, Khartoum, Nairobi, and Addis Ababa.Call for shows by Ken, also correct his pronounciation =DRight to be forgotten. A small discussion and explination about the idea. Processes of hiring folks. issues related to privacy. Ken Falls for a guy. Heated debate!!Ken Fallon and SndChaser start the annual rant-off, Fab is nowhere to be

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