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.

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DaniFP's picture

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gadgets?

Anonymous's picture

ok, first its cool your editor in the print mag, and i dig the live pod casts. of course i cant watch them live, but its still cool. i get your busy, but really, your Shawn Powers the Gadget Guy. wheres the gadgets...
We became your fans, watching you make bad jokes on cool crap. Don't forget about the bad jokes on cool crap!

Ahhhh

Shawn Powers's picture

Somewhere, my wife is saying, "Don't egg him on!!!" :D

I will do my best to be less serious in some slightly inappropriate way in the near future. You will have only yourself to blame.

(Seriously though, I appreciate the comment -- I'll do my best)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

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Michael Hans's picture

T-Shirt trivia was awesome!

Cheers,
Michael

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