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HPR3101: Metrics


Whether you are writing a simple darts simulation 8-bit computer game or are traversing the galaxy Elite-style, you might well find yourself tangling with the mathematical concept known as the metric. In this episode I describe the mathematical concept of a metric which I address with the following questions. Brief answers are provide below but the show, I hope, gives more context and colour. What is a metric? A type of ruler that is used in mathematics...


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 June 22, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3100: For your consideration - Makers Corner


I'm amazed I didn't find this podcast earlier, epically as one half of the team is HPR Host Yannick, and that we listed it on our Sister Project Free Culture Podcasts. This show is a sample episode I picked, but it is not a typical show. I wanted to give a bit more exposure to the interview. In this episode, Nate talks about his oldest boy’s Electronic Engineering class. Then, Jon and Phil join in to talk about the 32Blit...


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 June 19, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3099: Linux Inlaws S01E08 The review of the review


S01E08: The review of the review More shenanigans from our two heroes. In this short episode our two heroes rant about Linus and other old people, Transmeta and other history, discuss Martin's EdgeOS woes and discover that MIPS is indeed a CPU architecture supported by standard Debian. The show concludes with a short review of Claudio's review and poxes about the Arch wiki and Californication. You have been warned! Links: Linus Torvald's 80 column rant: http://lkml.iu...


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 June 18, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3098: Matchbox Restoration Part 3


HPR Matchbox show Episode 3 Good day to all in HPR land, this is Tony Hughes coming to you again from Blackpool in the UK. To recap this is the 3rd in a series of shows about my hobby of restoring Matchbox and other Die-cast models. In the first 2 shows I introduced the concept and discussed the tools and other equipment you would need to start this hobby. In this episode I have decided to return to where it all started with the Matchbox No28 the Jaguar Mk10...


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 June 17, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3097: Linux Inlaws S01E07 The Big Blue Button


In this episode our two chaps welcome Fred Dixon, product manager for BigBlueButton, on the show to talk about the project, its history and if it will finally run on Fedora and CentOS. Surrounding musings include how to hack the GDM login screen, why Martin is not behind the recent Easyjet hack and poxes as well as anti-poxes. Shownotes: BigBlueButton: https://bigbluebutton.org The Easyjet hack How to hack the GDM login screen in Focal Fossa: https://github...


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 June 16, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3096: Unscripted ramblings on a walk: PC Building.


I certainly want to say that this episode isn't a brag-a-thon about my new rig. I try to discuss what surprised me most about how PC building has changed in the last 10-15 years. The parts for my build: AMD Threadripper 1920X 3...


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 June 15, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3095: Intro to GIMP


GIMP is the open source alternative to the proprietary Photoshop, and can do most of the same things while respecting your freedom. This show will kick off a new series of tutorials. As a note of caution, I am not an expert, I am just learning GIMP as I go. But I thought there was no harm in sharing my experiences with the HPR community. https://www.ahuka.com/?page_id=1423 Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8C0LJPpr64 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoP5LOFxPeY https://www.youtube...


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 June 12, 2020  n/a
 
 
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 June 11, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3093: Response to Linux Inlaws S01E06 (hpr 3079) on NeXT


Some clarification on NeXT as I ramble on about all things NeXT, what would become "Mac OS X" (now "macOS"), and a harbinger of what was to come. Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NeXTSTEP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NeXT_Computer#Legacy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenStep https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhapsody_(operating_system) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darwin_(operating_system) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A/UX


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 June 10, 2020  n/a
 
 

HPR3092: Pens, pencils, paper and ink - 2


Introduction This is the second in a short series about pens, pencils, writing paper and ink. In this episode we will look at three more fountain pens (two lower-priced and one around £50), a mechanical pencil and some paper. Long notes I have provided detailed notes as usual for this episode, and these can be viewed here...


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 June 9, 2020  n/a