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Linux Journal Live - December 4, 2008

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The December 4, 2008 Linux Journal Live!. Shawn Powers and Kyle Rankin take your Linux Questions. more>>

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Linux Journal Live - SuperComputing

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The November 20, 2008 Linux Journal Live!. After returning from SuperComputing in Austin, Shawn talks about some things he saw, and what's on the horizon in the world of powerful Linux clusters. more>>

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Linux Journal Live - eBook Readers and DRM

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The November 13, 2008 edition of Linux Journal Live! Shawn Powers and special guest, Linux Journal Author Daniel Bartholomew, talk e-book readers and Daniel's Kindle, DRM, and other goodness. more>>

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Linux Journal Live - Horror Stories

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The October 30th edition of Linux Journal Live focused on Horror Stories in the computer world. We discussed the ghostly ipchains, the dreaded rm -rf, and even the sinister dd dilemmas we've faced over the years. If you missed the live show, be sure to watch the recording... before it accidentally gets erased! (Just kidding, we learn from our mistakes, the video is totally backed up!) more>>

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Linux Journal Live! - Netbook Showdown

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The October 23, 2008 Linux Journal Live! Editor Shawn Powers and Linux Journal author (and long time KDE contributor) Jes Hall discuss the ins and outs of mini notebooks, and compare several models.

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Linux Journal Live - Oct 16, 2008

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The October 16, 2008 edition of Linux Journal Live! Associate Editor, Shawn Powers, and Kyle Rankin, "Hack and /" columnist and author of Knoppix Hacks, Linux Multimedia Hacks, Knoppix Pocket Reference and others, discuss Linux in the home via file servers, multimedia and entertainment, and power management. more>>

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Linux Journal Live - Oct 9, 2008

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The October 9, 2008 edition of Linux Journal Live! Associate Editor, Shawn Powers, and Kyle Rankin, "Hack and /" columnist and author of Knoppix Hacks, Linux Multimedia Hacks, Knoppix Pocket Reference and others, discuss Linux distributions. more>>

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Linux Journal Live - Oct 2, 2008

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The October 2, 2008 edition of Linux Journal Live! Associate Editor, Shawn Powers, and Steven Evatt, Online Development manager for The Houston Chronicle discuss surviving disaster with Linux. more>>

The October 2, 2008 edition of Linux Journal Live! Associate Editor, Shawn Powers, and Steven Evatt, Online Development manager for The Houston Chronicle discuss surviving disaster with Linux.

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Linux Journal Live - Sept 25, 2008

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The September 25, 2008 edition of Linux Journal Live!. Associate Editor, Shawn Powers, and "Hack and /" columnist, Kyle Rankin, talk Google, Android, GACL, and the Large Hadron Collider. more>>

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