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LHS Episode #122: The Russian Woodpecker

Woodpecker_8328103Hey, folks. It’s time for another episode of your favorite podcast about Linux and ham radio! In this episode, your fine feathered co-hosts kind of get their act together, report on news of interest, the new version of Shackbox and a bunch of other open source-y and ham radio-y topics. Hope you’re all having a great start to 2014, and we look forward to seeing you at Hamvention this year. Don’t forget about our Indiegogo campaign and our Raspberry Pi contest, ending soon!

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LHS Episode #121: Freudian Linux

freud-cancerIt’s the first episode of 2014, and we start the year off right: by talking about philosophy. Say what? Yep, that’s right. Trust us, it’s a lot more entertaining that it might at first sound. We have a special guest on the program, Ted (WA0EIR), who brings a through-provoking topic with him. Then we have a bunch of the usual suspects, including short topics on Linux, amateur radio, science and more. There is even feedback, info on our Indiegogo campaign for Hamvention and our Raspberry Pi giveaway. Don’t miss it!

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LHS Episode #120: Steaming Mad

Yosemite1REVHowdy, folks! It’s another rip-snortin’ episode of Linux in the Ham Shack comin’ atcha. In this installment, your intrepid co-hosts have discuss a couple of new Linux distributions, namely Fedora 20 and SteamOS. After that, we have a fantastic interview with the show’s good friend Jonathan Nadeau. He has a new accessibility project to make Orca the best screen reader ever, and he (and we) wants everyone to know about it. Also, make sure to check out Hacker Public Radio’s New Year’s Eve show to get more details. Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season, and has a most prosperous New Year in 2014.

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