A show about life, Linux, the universe, and everything in between.
Episode 88: Well, Actually
The details that make a great distro, things that make us wince, smug people online, great photos, imposter syndrome, and more.
00:00:27 Do you ever get imposter syndrome?
00:08:16 What's your unusual "fingernails on chalkboard" equivalent?
00:12:26 What gives a Linux distro that feeling of polish?
00:23:16 What's your favorite photograph?
00:28:12 How do you feel when someone chimes in online with "well, actually…"?
Episode 87: AksError
Apps that make us feel old, emotional songs, using actual paper, evolution of language, IRC channels we never look at, and more.
00:00:35 Do any songs trigger you to cry?
00:05:40 How many communication channels is it possible to keep up with?
00:11:25 Do you own a 2d printer? What was the last thing you printed out?
00:17:22 In an ever-shrinking world, should we drop tradition and use the easiest and most logical spellings and pronunciations?
00:25:52 Which hugely popular apps or websites do you just not get?
Episode 86: \o/
Whether open source needs to be a complete experience, a deep need for conflict, preferred social media, and our favorite emoji.
00:00:30 Why do you prefer Twitter over Facebook?
00:07:57 Can Linux on the desktop ever succeed without a full ecosystem?
00:18:32 Hoodies: zip or no zip?
00:22:26 Do people really want all the drama to calm down?
00:29:40 What's your most commonly used emoji?
Episode 85: Name Your Shoes
Open source at work, learning languages, naming cars, and innovations that haven't appropriately delivered.
Plus permission vs apologies, who has the most shoes, and more.
00:01:33 Does your car have a name?
00:06:56 How do I convince my employer to adopt open source software?
00:14:00 Is it better to ask permission or beg forgiveness?
00:18:40 How many pairs of shoes do you own?
00:25:00 If you were to learn a foreign language, which one would it be and why?
00:28:52 What innovation should have changed the world, but didn't?
Episode 84: Useless Dreams
Whether we'd use Windows if it was FOSS, pointless tech, bathing habits, useless jobs, annoying popey with dream stories, and more.
00:00:45 What desirable tech does everyone else want, but you don't see the point of?
00:06:17 What’s the most useless job that you’d still be willing to do?
00:10:34 If Windows was released as open source, would you start using it?
00:18:34 Bath or shower?
00:24:58 Is there any software which is feature complete that you use on a regular basis?
00:31:54 When describing a dream, how many sentences are too many?
Episode 83: No, But
Context switching, improving Linux conferences, a positive approach to life, what makes us cringe, and more.
#ErrorAsk: What's the dumbest idea for an app that you can come up with?
00:03:24 Have you ever met your own doppelganger?
00:06:55 Can you just jump right in to each type of task, or do you have a ritual before?
00:13:12 What’s missing from Linux and open source conferences?
00:23:53 Should you “yes, and” life?
00:33:37 What makes you cringe?
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Being a huge consumer of Jupiter Broadcasting, its great to see the whole crew sitting down and talking about...everything.
Best podcast ever!
I really enjoy hearing Chris, Rikai and Noah sharing their life experiences regarding Technology, Small Business, Linux, and anything in between. They throw around some of the most intruiging ideas and tips, that allow me to take away many valuable lessons from every episode.