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"Half a Decade of Linux-y Shenanigans"

550+ pages covering some of the craziest stuff in the Linux world from 2012 through 2017.

It's heavy. It's Linux-y. It's ridiculous. It goes on sale this Tuesday.

Q: What Operating System does the BatComputer (Batman's computer in the Batcave) run?

A: Hannah Montana Linux.

(This was asked on the 's . The amazing Metalx1000 made it real.)

The schedule for next Tuesday's (the 20th) 12-hour, live-streamed, Lunduke-a-thon is almost set in stone!

Just one time slot that is TBD. Everything else is ready to rock!

The live stream will take place here, starting at 9am (Pacific):
youtube.com/bryanlunduke

- Muh birthday is this weekend.
- My daughter has next week off school (which means I can sleep in all week).
- Got a fun set of shows ready to record on Tuesday.
- Surrounded by nerds that love hugs.
- Once work is done for the day, there's a recliner with my name on it.

Linux Thursday – Feb 15th, 2018

lunduke.com/2018/02/15/linux-t

This episode of the is made possible by System76, PogoLinux, LulzBot, & Nerds Like You.

FreeBSD has been forked! You can now grab the FreeHugsBSD kernel from here:

github.com/Ybalrid/FreeHugsBSD

(That didn't take long.)

Tech as Religion
- or -
Do we, as computer nerds, have specific pieces of tech that are treated as "Sacred Cows?"

Audio and Video:
lunduke.com/2018/02/13/tech-as

This episode of the made possible by System76, PogoLinux, LulzBot, and Nerds Like You.

Linux Thursday – Feb 8th, 2018

lunduke.com/2018/02/08/linux-t

This episode of the made possible by support from PogoLinux, System76, LulzBot, & Nerds Like You.

Topics: Is an Open Source Windows worth while, Using a Dumb Terminal for a week, Free Software video chat systems, breaking free of Social Media, Stacking vs. Tiling window managers, ARM computers for video production, Smart power plugs, and desktop publishing software on Linux.

Weekly Tech News - elementary OS's Daniel Fore - Feb 7, 2018

lunduke.com/2018/02/07/weekly-

Made possible by LulzBot3D, System76, PogoLinux, & Nerds Like You.

Topics include: The SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch, Mark Zuckerberg's full time pollster, Mozilla's new Internet of Things framework, Nextcloud adding encryption and video chat, Self driving semi trucks, the closing of SUSE Studio, and the new announcements from elementary OS.

Nerdy Tuesday - Wendell of Level1 Techs - Feb 6th, 2018

lunduke.com/2018/02/06/nerdy-t

For this inaugural , I am joined by Wendell from Level1Techs. Made possible by PogoLinux, System76, LulzBot, & Nerds Like You.

We take your questions about all manner of nerdy topics -- Star Wars, Star Trek, RPGs, code editors, operating systems on the Death Star, how awful Javascript is, Transformers... we're all over the place!

State of the Lunduke Show - February, 2018

lunduke.com/2018/02/05/state-o

A quick chat about how the is doing, what's coming up, and what changes might be in store. It's a big one this time... because there's a LOT going on. Good times. Very, very good times.

lol! Totally forgot about this one.

Publisher: "Let's get that Lunduke guy to write detailed technical analyses of Linux and Free Software!"

Lunduke: "Could you eat? I could eat."

Holy moly. This book (Linux/Computer coverage from the last half decade) is gonna be HEAVY.

I should make a hardback version. That way people can use it as a weapon.

I know "Avoid the YouTube Comments" is advice for a reason...

But, I tell ya, the comments section of most videos is a giant stream of support and awesomeness... with an occasion friendly debate.

Linux Thursday – Feb 1st, 2018

lunduke.com/2018/02/01/linux-t

This episode of the brought to you by LulzBot, PogoLinux, System76, & Nerds Like You.

Weekly Tech News – Jan 31st, 2018

(By far, the most juvenile tech news of the month. You're welcome.)

lunduke.com/2018/01/31/weekly-

This episode of the is made possible thanks to System76, PogoLinux, LulzBot, & Nerds Like You.