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Aug 10

T&L Episode 1: Devil in the Details

This is the very first episode of the Tech & Loathing Netcast. I want to thank everyone who supports podcasting, netcasting, Internet broadcasting or whatever you want to call it. I also want to thank all those who believe in Open Source, who strive to mentor with every breath and who believe the world is a better place with more knowledge in it. Please have a listen to my latest effort and send me feedback using the contact form or by leaving comments on the Web site. You can also call the show at 417-200-4811 and press the option for Tech & Loathing. I really want to hear from you: Your likes, your dislikes, your requests, your questions–whatever. Just remember, it can only get better from here.

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Russ

1 comment

  1. John McDougall - K7JM

    Hello Russ,
    I don’t know how I missed this new netcast of yours. I heard episode 1 on Hacker Public Radio, so I am kind of late. None-the-less, I enjoyed the first episode and will now subscribe.

    I just wanted to share what I used devilspie for in a real world situation. Before I discovered gpodder (my current podcast client), I used some other one that I can’t remember. Anyway, the program would not start minimized. I wanted it to start silently, and be out of the way doing its work until I needed it. I used devilspie and gdevilspie to have it start minimized and to start on desktop 4 as ubuntu boots up in desktop 1 position. It worked great.

    Keep up the podcasts, and I will be catching up on the episodes soon.

    John – K7JM

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