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Why Linux doesn't just work on all hardware, criticism of your field, and the ethics of acquiring old software.
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Where bad feeling and rivalry in the FOSS world actually originates, what we should be teaching our kids, and the violence that underlies everything around us.
What attracted us to Linux in the first place, planning for when tech goes away, and why we aren't surrounded by alien life.
Maybe it's finally time to cut Microsoft some slack, the pace of technological change, and what a couple of common terms actually mean.
How to deal with Internet drama in the Linux world, the rise of live streaming, and disturbing people with messages and calls.
Is the great hope for open hardware actually going to materialise, or is RISC-V just hype? Are some conspiracy theories worth more than just passing disdain?
New JB team member Ell joins us to discuss e-waste, the motivations for our distro choices, and letting children out of your sight.
Is the decision to listen to this really up to you, or is it predetermined by chemistry and physics? Can mobile Linux ever succeed beyond a small niche?
Android vs iOS, turning users into contributors, and good vs bad in the world.
Whether new users have to suffer the pain of the command line, lying about Santa, and the best tech news of 2018.