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Hacking Culture is a show that explores the art and science of hacking, with a focus on Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS). Hosted by public radio veteran Dr. Matthew Tift, the show features people and organizations that engage in the practice of hacking, defend software freedom, or seek to understand the practice of hacking. It explores how the free software movement promotes democracy.



Many people have no idea about the alternatives to proprietary software, so this show seeks to make the free software movement as accessible and appealing to as broad an audience as possible, overthrow misconceptions regarding the practice of hacking, and suggest how free software could better serve society.



Learn more at https://www.hackingculture.org.

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Hacking Culture is a show that explores the art and science of hacking, with a focus on Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS). Hosted by public radio veteran Dr. Matthew Tift, the show features people and organizations that engage in the practice of hacking, defend software freedom, or seek to understand the practice of hacking. It explores how the free software movement promotes democracy.



Many people have no idea about the alternatives to proprietary software, so this show seeks to make the free software movement as accessible and appealing to as broad an audience as possible, overthrow misconceptions regarding the practice of hacking, and suggest how free software could better serve society.



Learn more at https://www.hackingculture.org.

    The Imaginary Band of Drupal Rock Stars at Lullabot

    The Imaginary Band of Drupal Rock Stars at Lullabot

    Matthew Tift talks with James Sansbury and Matt Westgate about the history of Lullabot, building a team of Drupal experts, and moving away from the phrase "rock star." Ideas about "rock stars" can prevent people from applying to job postings, cause existing team members to feel inadequate, or encourage an attitude that doesn't work well in a client services setting. Rather than criticize past uses of this phrase, we talk about the effects of this phrase on behavior.

    Joanne Armitage on Feminist Algorave

    Joanne Armitage on Feminist Algorave

    In this episode, Matthew Tift talks with Dr. Joanne Armitage, a lecturer in digital media at the University of Leeds. Joanne performs regularly with ALGOBABEZ, the Orchestra For Females And Laptops (OFFAL), and other collaborators. She recently won the British Science Association’s Daphne Oram Award for Digital Innovation. In this episode, we discuss feminist algorave, her live coding workshops for women and non-binary people, narratives around failure, inclusion and diversity in technology communities, and more.

    Mike Hodnick on Live Coding with TidalCycles

    Mike Hodnick on Live Coding with TidalCycles

    In this episode, Matthew Tift talks with Mike Hodnick (aka Kindohm) about live coding, TidalCycles, performing with other live coders, creating new sounds, what separates TidalCycles from other live coding environments, and much more

    The Blue Drop Matrix

    The Blue Drop Matrix

    In this episode, Matthew Tift discusses DrupalCon Nashville, the movie *The Matrix*, and various ways to understand the Drupal community. He plays clips from the Driesnote and Steve Francia's keynote, describes some of his experiences at DrupalCon, and offers ideas for what it might mean to understand "the real" Drupal.

    Jen Lampton on the Backdrop Community and Forking Drupal

    Jen Lampton on the Backdrop Community and Forking Drupal

    In this episode, Matthew Tift talks with Jen Lampton about the Backdrop project, the differences between the Drupal and Backdrop communities, helping people, organizing software communities, and much more.

    Brian Frias on the Backdrop Project

    Brian Frias on the Backdrop Project

    In this episode, Matthew Tift talks with Brian Frias, the Brand and Technology Manager at a small manufacturer called Masterfit Enterprises. Brian discusses his experiences in the Backdrop community and how his company is using Backdrop.

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Great Interviews

Matthew does a great job interviewing a variety of people involved in free and open source projects. I love this podcast.

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I learn a lot by listening.

Well organized and thought out podcast on meaninful subject matter. Very informative!

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