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Podcast Season 2 Episode 16

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Title: Ghost in the machine

In this episode: The NHS dumps Oracle for an open source solution. Five million GMail account details have been leaked. There’s a MEGAsync GUI client for Linux and the Free Software Foundation and Debian are getting together to help with a free software hardware database. We’ve got are usual array of finds, possibly a neuron or three and a rather complex Voice of the Masses.

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Podcast Season 2 Episode 15

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Title: La Moustache

In this episode: We’ve got XBMC shapeshifting fun, Debian running on all 64-bits of ARM CPUs, super-safe two factor authentication making it into the kernel and everything’s (probably) alright in Munich. There’s conference news, perhaps our longest ‘Finds’ section, a tripple neuron spectacular and a super-ace Voice of the Masses.

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Podcast Season 2 Episode 14

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Title: Live from The Wellington

In this episode: We’ve got lots of good news from various governmental institutions, including Valencia, Geneva, Toulouse and the United Kingdom. GOG now officially supports Linux. Tails is broken and Windows recalculates its market share. Plus, we’ve got some reasonable discoveries, no neurons and another exceptional Voice of the Masses.


Recorded live in The Wellington pub, Birmingham – over 18 real ales and some background noise.

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Podcast Season 2 Episode 10

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Title: Millionaires Shortbread

In this episode: Reddit Linux users have voted for Arch in their Distribution Survey. The Chinese government has banned Windows 8. DRM is coming to Firefox and Jono Bacon is leaving Ubuntu. There’s more OpenStack news from Canonical and Witcher 2 in poor Linux game conversion shocker. We’ve also got lots of great discoveries, some lovely neurons and an awesome Voice of the Masses.

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