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LHS Recording Moves to Monday

Just wanted to let everyone know that when we start the show up again, we will be moving the live recording night from Tuesday to Monday. We will still begin shortly after 8:00pm Central Time, which will be Tuesday at 0200 UTC. Make sure to update your schedules accordingly. We will re-launch with Episode #133 on Monday, September 8th. See you there!

73 de The LHS Guys

No LHS Live for Episode #128

Linux in the Ham Shack will not be recording Episode #128 live because of the time difference between the hosts and our special interviewee. The episode will be released in podcast form at the regularly scheduled time. Please join us for the next live edition of LHS, scheduled for April 29, 2014.

73 de The LHS Guys

Episode Renumbering

In case anyone has seen weird behavior in the RSS feeds or on the Web sites, let me explain:  I have renumbered episodes after #018.  Back then I recorded a couple of updates from OSCON 2010 and called them Episode #018A and Episode #019A.  Not long after that, the discrepancy in numbering started to eat at me.  Now a couple of years later, I have decided to do something about it.  All of the episodes have been renumbered, meaning that we're a couple of episodes ahead of where we were.  This will probably cause a little bit of confusion in the short term but overall I am happy that it is done.  Nothing else has changed, just the numbering scheme. Thank you for your patience while we go through this brief transition period.

73 de Russ, Linux in the Ham Shack

Black Sparrow Media Mobile App

The Black Sparrow Media mobile application which lets you see all kinds of content related to programs on the BSM Network, is now available in iTunes.  Simple search for "black sparrow" on your Apple mobile device and you can download it for free.  The application was previously released for Android and is available for any device with access to the Android Marketplace.  You can even use the app to listen to live stream shows of Linux in the Ham Shack! New programs are coming to the Black Sparrow Media Network in the very near future, so stay tuned for that as well.