TechBytes Audiocast – Episode 36 – 03/04/11 – “They’ve come to take me away”

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Intro music: “I fought the troll” by Tom Smith.  You can find more of his work here.

Hosts: Tim (OpenBytes) Roy (Techrights) Gordon (ThistleWeb)

Featured Track(s): “Tears And Rain” by PeerGynt Lobogris

You can download Episode 36 here.

All three hosts are together again for episode 36.

Firstly happy Mothers Day to all mothers!

Today we start off with a discussion about Linux, where is it today? has it hit the mainstream? what is its future?  We also take the time to look back at our computing pasts and the revelation that its Gordon with the most years on us.

We take the time to look at Microsoft hypocrisy, anti-trust and a general talk about PR, advertising and perception

We mention a new Audiocast which you should take a look at http://notapodcast.tumblr.com/

We talk about my recent review on GhostBSD and the measuring stick in which products/packages are held against.

Pioneer One the excellent community funded Sci-Fi series, free to share! http://vodo.net/pioneerone

We end the show with “Tears And Rain” by PeerGynt Lobogris

Goblin

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One thought on “TechBytes Audiocast – Episode 36 – 03/04/11 – “They’ve come to take me away”

    […] THIS episode was recorded on a wired connection and it covered many interesting topics from the past couple of weeks. Tim will post some show notes at a later date/time. Update: the show notes are up now. […]

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