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Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what's happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every two weeks, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions and Will being told to shut up about Ubuntu.
 
Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what's happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every two weeks, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions and Will being told to shut up about Ubuntu.
 
Hello and welcome to the Linux Spotlight. This show is dedicated to showing off the best thing about Linux, the community... which is made up of Developers, Distro maintainers, Linux Personality’s and Everyday users. Each one plays a vital role in our community and the goal is to have a discussion with each individual about their journey into Linux and beyond. Find out more at https://linuxspotlight.com Join me now as we turn the spotlight on!
 
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Drama with open source office suites, the RIAA attacks open source, a new Ubuntu release complete with Raspberry Pi support, new Arm hardware, and the usual KDE goodness. News Apache Software Foundation Celebrates Two Decades Of OpenOffice LibreOffice rains on OpenOffice’s 20th anniversary parade, tells rival project to ‘do the right thing’ and die…
 
Mit dabei: Jan-Keno Janssen, Jan Mahn und Merlin Schumacher Im c't uplink sprechen wir heute über den c't-Sicherheitsreport, der zahlreiche Sicherheitslücken aufgedeckt hat. Derweil macht Keno Fitness auf dem Peloton. Der c't-Sicherheitsreport zeigt, was alles offen im Internet steht: Zum Beispiel Industriesteuerungen, Netzwerkfreigaben von Unterne…
 
Mary Oliver reads her poem, “Wild Geese.” This poem is included in our “Taking the Long View” playlist on Spotify, which we created to get grounded in reflection that will be with us the day after the U.S. election and far beyond, whoever wins. Find more of Mary’s poems on our website, where we’ve recently launched an entirely new way to Experience…
 
Elizabeth Alexander reads her poem, “Ars Poetica #100: I Believe.” This poem is included in our “Taking the Long View” playlist on Spotify, which we created to get grounded in reflection that will be with us the day after the U.S. election and far beyond, whoever wins. Find more of Elizabeth’s poems on our website, where we’ve recently launched an …
 
Pádraig Ó Tuama reads his poem, “The Facts of Life.” This poem is included in our “Taking the Long View” playlist on Spotify, which we created to get grounded in reflection that will be with us the day after the U.S. election and far beyond, whoever wins. Find more of Pádraig’s poems on our website, where we’ve recently launched an entirely new way…
 
Gregory Orr reads his poem, “This is what was bequeathed us.” This poem is included in our “Taking the Long View” playlist on Spotify, which we created to get grounded in reflection that will be with us the day after the U.S. election and far beyond, whoever wins. Find more of Gregory’s poems on our website, where we’ve recently launched an entirel…
 
Richard Blanco reads his poem, “America the Beautiful Again.” This poem is included in our “Taking the Long View” playlist on Spotify, which we created to get grounded in reflection that will be with us the day after the U.S. election and far beyond, whoever wins. Find more of Richard’s poems on our website, where we’ve recently launched an entirel…
 
Unsere Themen: +++ Covid-19: Schnelltests und Immunität +++ Halloween: Zombies, Vampire und Clowns in der Forschung +++ Weltspartag und Frauen: Tipps für Anlegerinnen +++ US-Präsidentschaftswahl: Donald Trump und Joe Biden im Endspurt +++ Hypochonder: Unauffällig durch die Pandemie +++By Deutschlandfunk Nova
 
durée : 00:04:02 - Le vif de l'Histoire - Un peu avant Noël 1993 douze ouvriers croates sont tués sur un chantier par des djihadistes. Le monastère de Tibhirine voit l'évènement comme un avertissement. Celui qui veut la gloire de Dieu, ce n'est pourtant pas dans le meurtre qu'il devrait la trouver mais dans les roses rouges qui poussent si bien dan…
 
Introducing a new podcast from the BBC World Service called Goodbye to All This. It’s a powerful memoir by Australian writer Sophie Townsend, who lost her husband Russell to cancer. It’s the intimate journey of learning to navigate grief while bringing up two daughters. It reflects on life, love, loss and coming back out the other side – mostly int…
 
The U.S. election will be over soon but this year has surfaced deep human challenges that remain our callings — and possibilities for growth — for the foreseeable future. So this week and next, we’re taking the long view — first with journalist John Biewen, on the stories of our families and hometowns, what it means to be human, and what it means t…
 
Unsere Themen: +++ Nizza: Messerangriff mit drei Todesopfern +++ Albträume und Schlaf: Tschüss ihr schlechten Träume +++ Kinos: "Natürlich werden wir zurück sein." +++ Lockdown und Party: Wenn die Polizei klingelt +++ Großveranstaltung und Infektionsschutz: Studie zu Konzert in Leipzig +++ US-Wahl: Wikipedia sichtert ihre Seiten +++…
 
The key to producing a brilliant body of work is steady, regular, brave practice. You must engage every day with your work as a matter of discipline. No one embodies this ethic better than Seth Godin. Seth is the author of most of my favorite books, all of which have been best-sellers, and is a champion of those who make brave art each day. On this…
 
This week we’ve been escaping from Hell and using Stadia controllers over WiFi. We It’s Season 13 Episode 32 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain. In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been up to recently: Mark has been beating Hades; for the first time. Martin has been pla…
 
mit Kristina Beer, Martin Holland & Dorothee Wiegand Die Coronavirus-Infektionszahlen steigen seit dem Spätsommer kontinuierlich an und Menschen sollen wieder strikter persönliche Kontakte vermeiden. Das Bedürfnis nach Kontakt zu Freunden, Familie und Bekannten, aber auch den Erlebnissen an fremdem Orten und in fernen Ländern ist trotzdem da. Viele…
 
Today, we’re doing something we’ve never done before. We’re about to head into a week like never before in the US and, well, around the world. And we kinda wanted to wrap it, and you, with one big, beautiful, audio hug that reminds us all, people are good, they can be kind, even to total strangers, in ways we never imagined. So, we’ve created a two…
 
Ahead of the US presidential election on 3 November, two socially distanced views of the pre-election political landscape of America, explore different perspectives on key issues and themes from the last four years of the Trump presidency and a campaign curtailed by Covid-19 restrictions. Susan Glasser writes a Letter from Trump’s Washington column…
 
Ahead of the US presidential election on 3 November, two socially distanced views of the pre-election political landscape of America, explore different perspectives on key issues and themes from the last four years of the Trump presidency and a campaign curtailed by Covid-19 restrictions. Susan Glasser writes a Letter from Trump’s Washington column…
 
Unsere Themen: +++ Covid-19: Bund und Ländern einigen sich auf Schutzmaßnahmen +++ Covid-19: Kritik an Schutzmaßnahmen aus Medizin und Wissenschaft +++ Gastronomie: Restaurantbetreiber über Infektionsschutzregeln +++ Diskretion und Jobs: Verschwiegenheit als Qualifikation +++ Samsung Pay: Zahlen ohne Kontakt +++ Geiz und Lügen: Da gibt es diese Ver…
 
How often do you get caught up with small business overwhelm? Today’s guest Barbara Turley, CEO of the Virtual Hub, is a true expert when it comes to hiring and on-boarding staff for small businesses. Barbara is an investor and entrepreneur with a keen interest in scalable business models, systems, processes and automation, content marketing and th…
 
durée : 00:04:41 - Le vif de l'Histoire - La commission parlementaire qui prépare le texte de 1905 sur la laïcité est présidée par Buisson et le rapporteur est un homme attentif à tenir tous les bouts de la chaîne, Aristide Briand. Le vote de la loi fait l'objet de discussions approfondies : 48 séances à l'Assemblée, 21 au Sénat, on ne vote pas en …
 
Unsere Themen: +++ Merz: Machtkampf in der CDU +++ Hühner: Einige kamen ins Tierheim +++ Abtreibungsrecht in Polen - Korrespondent: "Das Verbot ist nicht mehrheitsfähig" +++ Fasching und Narrenzeit: Kein Karneval ist die Regel +++ Instrumentalisiert: Wenn mit Songs Politik gemacht wird +++ Bayern als Herrschaftssitz: So regiert der thailändische Kö…
 
Sarah Putt and Paul Spain discuss the Google Antitrust case, DiDi the Chinese Uber competitor arrives, Quibi - the Death of a Disruptor, iPhone 12 hands on and more. NZ Tech Podcast Paul Spain Special thanks to organisations who support innovation and tech leadership in New Zealand by partnering with NZ Tech Podcast: Umbrellar Connect Sumo Logic Vo…
 
Qian Xuesen is widely celebrated in China as the father of the country’s rocket programme, and the man who kick-started its exploration of space. China is now second only to the US in terms of its dominance among the stars. But Qian also had an important part to play in the early scientific advances, before World War Two, that would eventually take…
 
Drama with open source office suites, the RIAA attacks open source, a new Ubuntu release complete with Raspberry Pi support, new Arm hardware, and the usual KDE goodness. News Apache Software Foundation Celebrates Two Decades Of OpenOffice LibreOffice rains on OpenOffice’s 20th anniversary parade, tells rival project to ‘do the right thing’ and die…
 
Drama with open source office suites, the RIAA attacks open source, a new Ubuntu release complete with Raspberry Pi support, new Arm hardware, and the usual KDE goodness. News Apache Software Foundation Celebrates Two Decades Of OpenOffice LibreOffice rains on OpenOffice’s 20th anniversary parade, tells rival project to ‘do the right thing’ and die…
 
Drama with open source office suites, the RIAA attacks open source, a new Ubuntu release complete with Raspberry Pi support, new Arm hardware, and the usual KDE goodness. News Apache Software Foundation Celebrates Two Decades Of OpenOffice LibreOffice rains on OpenOffice’s 20th anniversary parade, tells rival project to ‘do the right thing’ and die…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the usage, potential, and ethical concerns of Facial Recognition Technology. Police are abusing it, but activists are (rightly) using it right back on them. In the news, there's water on the moon, the RIAA attacks open source software, and you absolutely have to vote for Joe Biden if you are eligible to vote in th…
 
Why Windows isn’t switching to a Linux kernel, Will tells us how he stopped his kids using TikTok with a Raspberry Pi, possible LNL merch, and the usual goodness in KDE Korner. Linux-based Windows We discuss a recent post by Hayden Barnes about the ridiculous idea of Windows switching to a Linux kernel that ESR put out there a few weeks ago. Will’s…
 
Why Windows isn’t switching to a Linux kernel, Will tells us how he stopped his kids using TikTok with a Raspberry Pi, possible LNL merch, and the usual goodness in KDE Korner. Linux-based Windows We discuss a recent post by Hayden Barnes about the ridiculous idea of Windows switching to a Linux kernel that ESR put out there a few weeks ago. Will’s…
 
Why Windows isn’t switching to a Linux kernel, Will tells us how he stopped his kids using TikTok with a Raspberry Pi, possible LNL merch, and the usual goodness in KDE Korner. Linux-based Windows We discuss a recent post by Hayden Barnes about the ridiculous idea of Windows switching to a Linux kernel that ESR put out there a few weeks ago. Will’s…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss what really happens with source code leaks. In the news, troubleshooting audio can be moderately complex, you'll die without the new Apple watch, we were correct that Firefox Send is gone forever, there are problems with the 3080s, you should learn what a "founder's edition" of a video card actually is, and IFTTT g…
 
Why WireGuard is the only VPN software worth using, games becoming open source, the slow demise of Mozilla, Cloudflare synergy with the Wayback Machine, KDE Korner, 3D printing updates, and more. News Amnesia is now open source! BBC Micro Elite source code Firefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla’s top exec pay going up 400% Killed by Mozilla Inte…
 
Why WireGuard is the only VPN software worth using, games becoming open source, the slow demise of Mozilla, Cloudflare synergy with the Wayback Machine, KDE Korner, 3D printing updates, and more. News Amnesia is now open source! BBC Micro Elite source code Firefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla’s top exec pay going up 400% Killed by Mozilla Inte…
 
Why WireGuard is the only VPN software worth using, games becoming open source, the slow demise of Mozilla, Cloudflare synergy with the Wayback Machine, KDE Korner, 3D printing updates, and more. News Amnesia is now open source! BBC Micro Elite source code Firefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla’s top exec pay going up 400% Killed by Mozilla Inte…
 
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