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Welcome to the Gnu Stories Podcast! Hosted by Dr. Rodney Glasgow, Sandy Spring Friends School's Head of School, this podcast offers a closer look at our diverse, close-knit community. Listen in every other week to hear what we're working on in the world of education, and how we are building a place of belonging. ___ Sandy Spring Friends School is a preschool-12th grade school in Sandy Spring, MD, with an option 5- and 7-day boarding program. Learn more about us at www.ssfs.org
 
On the first, second, and third Friday of every month, it’s Tales From the Drum—the Mended Drum, that is. We also bring you three-minute long mini-episodes, cleverly entitled Pratchips (like potato chips, see?) every Monday-Thursday. All of these are (usually) about the places, spaces, races, and other words that end in aces of the Discworld, that pizza-shaped place (but no anchovies) that rides through space on the backs of the massive elephants Tubul, Berilia, Jerakeen and Great T’Phon, wh ...
 
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OpenCharla

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OpenCharla

Grupo de Usuarios de GNU/Linux de Tijuana

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Podcast mensual sobre Software Libre, hecho por profesionales de la región. Noticias, distribuciones, computación, trucos, proyectos, plataformas, hardware, problemas y soluciones.Este feed está en MP3 pero también contamos con Ogg.
 
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Command Line TV

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Command Line TV

Christopher League and Christian Lopes

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Command Line TV is a video podcast to help you learn and master the Unix shell. Informally, ‘Unix’ refers to a family of operating systems that includes GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD. Operating a computer via the command line gives you tremendous power and flexibility, but it’s not easy to learn. We’re here to help! We start from the beginning, but also try to include some tips suitable for intermediate users. Each video is about 20 minutes long, and we aim to release a new episode every ...
 
Welcome to The Craft of Open Source, hosted by Ben Rometsch, Co-Founder and CEO of Flagsmith. This bi-weekly show is focused on the ins and outs of the Open Source Software Community. Join Ben as he speaks with the brightest minds that have brought us some of the most adopted technologies on earth. Each episode is an interview with creators, maintainers, entrepreneurs, and key contributors to the open source community. We will cover critical topics for open source developers, contributors an ...
 
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TuxCast

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TuxCast

Ilia Cheishvili

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It's a big world of Linux out there, which is the primary focus of this podcast, even though topics will range from the classic UNIX Operating System to new open source software projects to how the changing technology industry will impact Linux and Free Software in the coming times.
 
Igalia is an open source consultancy specialised in the development of innovative projects and solutions. Our engineers have expertise in a wide range of technological areas, including browsers and client-side web technologies, graphics pipeline, compilers and virtual machines. We have the most WPE, WebKit, Chromium/Blink and Firefox expertise found in the consulting business, including many reviewers and committers. Igalia designs, develops, customises and optimises GNU/Linux-based solution ...
 
Two pragmatic geeks talk about the latest news concerning Linux, free and open technology or anything else they deem noteworthy which may include such absurd things as hockey or bands you never heard of. This means there's many a joke and derailed conversation along the way, so don't come here expecting only Linux or software freedom talk — just sit back and relax, partner.
 
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Playlist: Tom Brad Alice- Coal Creek March - Well Die In The Pig Pen Fighting Lynn Morris- Youll Never Be The Sun - Youll Never Be The Sun Marshall Wilborn- Muleshoe - Root 5 Craig Smith- Curly Headed Woman - Craig Smith Tim OBrien- Another Day - Traveler - voicebreak - Laurie Lewis- Maples Lament - Earth Sky Ralph Stanley- Shine On - Shine On Sout…
 
In this episode of the Gnu Stories Podcast, Head of School Rodney Glasgow is joined by Anna Tsouhlarakis, an artist of Navajo, Creek, and Greek descent who works primarily with sculpture, installation, video, and performance art. Anna works at the University of Colorado Boulder as an Assistant Professor and has joined SSFS as a virtual artist in re…
 
Jeff asks JT about file retention strategies and then we go down rabbitholes. Links Feedback: https://github.com/suorcd/public-screenshot Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedia.com Our Telegram channel is here: https://t.me/The…
 
You may have noticed a lack of Pratchips this past week. But then again, maybe you didn't. Nobody emailed about it. But you may have said, "Wonder what happened to Pratchips this week." And after the non-appearance of a regular episode yesterday,, you may have said, "Wonder what happened to the Gnome. Hope he didn't get hit by a bus." Then again, y…
 
Playlist: Bob Siggins- Old Jimmy Sutton - Old Time Banjo Project Alison Brown- Wolf Moon - Best Of The Vanguard Years The Stanley Brothers The Clinch Mountain Boys- Another Night - Mountain Song Favorites Jerry Douglas Russ Barenberg Edgar Meyer- Big Sciota - Skip Hop And Wobble Don Stover- Noah And The Ark - Don Stover And The White Oak Mountain B…
 
A guest comes on to talk about a flaw that exists in the trust of Digital Evidence. Links Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedia.com Our Telegram channel is here: https://t.me/TheOpinionDominion Our Matrix channel is here: TheO…
 
This week’s short and sweet biography is about Jason Ogg. Then, in the Science of Discworld segment this week, we learn about lies-to-children, also known as education. What we actually have here is an explanation of the framework for the non-fiction, science-education half of the Science of Discworld series. Fasten your seat belt and hang on to yo…
 
What does it mean to be a part of a “Friends” school community? How do Quaker values influence the approach to learning and teaching at a Friends School? We see many different Friends schools across the world; how are they similar, and how are they different? Join Head of Sandy Spring Friends School Rodney Glasgow as he hosts a conversation with th…
 
The steam engine was first developed in Ephebe. It was first used in a boat. Then it powered a tank, which was sabotaged and thus never went in to battle. (Thank you, History Monks.) It’s thus both an item, in the form of a technological advancement, and a concept, in the form of “Hey look what I invented. We can use it to make people’s lives easie…
 
Think of Ephebe as the Discworld analogue of Ancient Greece. Especially the many-gods and the many-old-men-in-togas philosophers part. Ephebe plays a major role in both Small Gods and Pyramids. Come to think of it, I believe it pops up in Eric, too. In Small Gods Ephebe has the misfortune of being conquered by the Omnians—for a while. After they re…
 
Vorbis is a Deacon in the Church of Om. He is head of the Quisition, and, as you might imagine, not a very nice man therefor. He has ambitions for more temporal power, as well as for complete control of the Omnian church. He doesn’t reckon on the novice Brutha, though—nor on the Great God Om manifest as a small, one-eyed tortoise with memory issues…
 
Brutha is a large, illiterate novice who nevertheless has an eidetic memory (think photographic memory on steroids.) For this reason he is selected by the Deacon of the Omnian church, Vorbis, as part of a plan to conquer Ephebe. As we will see in Pratchips 74, this is because Vorbis is not a nice person. But, all the best plans, and that. Vorbis en…
 
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