Linux Journal Insider - June 2011

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This month, Shawn and Kyle discuss sticks of bubble gum and horror movie spider robots. Well, OK, maybe not exactly. This is our embedded issue, so the guys talk about getting Linux into small places. (The spider thing was real though...)

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June

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Hi is there anywhere this is syndicated into a page which lists the various
*.mp3 podcasts So I can download them.

No embedded player thanks. I do not have the time to device a hack to serach for them either.

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what part of espionage don't you understand

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