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The Lunduke Show

By Bryan Lunduke

Linux. Retro computing. Technology News. You know... important stuff.

  1. 1.
    Lunduke and Friends - Nov 14 - Part 111/15/2020
    1:02:37
  2. 2.
    Lunduke and Friends - Nov 14 - Part 211/14/2020
    57:57
  3. 3.
    Lunduke and Friends - Nov 7 - Part 111/08/2020
    1:04:24
  4. 4.
    Lunduke and Friends - Nov 7 - Part 211/07/2020
    59:04
  5. 5.
    Lunduke and Friends - Nov 2 - Part 111/03/2020
    1:01:24
  6. 6.
    Lunduke and Friends - Nov 2 - Part 211/02/2020
    1:17:45
  7. 7.
    POTS and ISDN were awesome09/09/2020
    8:30
  8. 8.
    Star Trek predicted annoying A.I.09/08/2020
    9:46
  1. 9.
    Taking pieces from other Operating Systems09/07/2020
    7:22
  2. 10.
    iOS App Store: Not a monopoly, just not nice.09/03/2020
    9:14
  3. 11.
    Deathtraps of the 80s: Refrigerators, Quicksand, and School buses09/02/2020
    5:43
  4. 12.
    Cobra Kai and the power of the 80s08/31/2020
    8:31
  5. 13.
    Lunduke Raves about Bill and Ted 308/30/2020
    18:01
  6. 14.
    Is Open Source similar to Socialism?08/25/2020
    6:43
  7. 15.
    Apple, Google using slave and child labor?08/10/2020
    29:32
  8. 16.
    Imagine Twitter With no Ads, Trolls, or Swearing. Only Nerdy Stuff.08/06/2020
    2:15
  9. 17.
    Myth - macOS is based on Linux or BSD08/05/2020
    9:07
  10. 18.
    No, Linux marketshare is not skyrocketing.08/03/2020
    11:05
  11. 19.
    Pocket Retro Computing Battlestation07/31/2020
    24:57
  12. 20.
    Modern upgrades for classic computers.07/21/2020
    20:33
  13. 21.
    Anonymity does not equal Privacy.07/20/2020
    27:30
  14. 22.
    What computers will be like in 2025.07/17/2020
    21:19
  15. 23.
    Choosing an ethical Operating System07/15/2020
    25:28
  16. 24.
    Being anonymous on the Internet is bad.07/14/2020
    19:34
  17. 25.
    Linux Kernel blacklists "blacklist"07/13/2020
    31:07
  18. 26.
    What is my ideal pocket computer?07/10/2020
    15:17
  19. 27.
    Lunduke and Friends - July 4, 2020 - Part 207/04/2020
    1:00:09
  20. 28.
    Lunduke and Friends - July 4, 2020 - Part 107/04/2020
    1:00:21
  21. 29.
    Twitter Wages War On... Grandfathers?07/03/2020
    14:11
  22. 30.
    Lunduke and Friends - June 27, 2020 - Part 207/01/2020
    1:05:44
  23. 31.
    Echo Chambers are Awesome06/30/2020
    17:10
  24. 32.
    Lunduke and Friends - June 27, 2020 - Part 106/29/2020
    59:25
  25. 33.
    Lunduke Reads Nerdy Comic Strips06/22/2020
    11:47
  26. 34.
    Children's Book About Linux06/22/2020
    8:27
  27. 35.
    Lunduke and Friends - June 13, 2020 - Part 206/17/2020
    1:18:25
  28. 36.
    Lunduke and Friends - June 13, 2020 - Part 106/15/2020
    47:30
  29. 37.
    Lunduke and Friends - June 6, 2020 - Part 206/10/2020
    1:07:46
  30. 38.
    Lunduke and Friends - June 6, 2020 - Part 106/08/2020
    58:30
  31. 39.
    Lunduke and Friends - May 30, 2020 - Part 206/04/2020
    1:07:28
  32. 40.
    Lunduke and Friends - May 30, 2020 - Part 106/01/2020
    57:56
  33. 41.
    Study: Android Users Are The Most Unhappy05/20/2020
    6:34
  34. 42.
    Lunduke and Friends - May 16, 2020 - Part 205/20/2020
    1:11:26
  35. 43.
    Lunduke and Friends - May 16, 2020 - Part 105/18/2020
    1:00:02
  36. 44.
    Lunduke and Friends - May 9, 2020 - Part 205/12/2020
    1:01:53
  37. 45.
    Lunduke and Friends - May 9, 2020 - Part 105/10/2020
    1:00:57
  38. 46.
    Is Linux Marketshare Rising? (Spoiler: It's Actually Dropping)05/08/2020
    13:16
  39. 47.
    EDSAC ran its first program - This Day in Computer History - May 6, 194905/08/2020
    8:29
  40. 48.
    Computer Joke of the Day - CIA Director Edition05/05/2020
    4:08
  41. 49.
    Linux Sucks 2020 - Premiering May 28th, 202005/05/2020
    9:06
  42. 50.
    ILOVEYOU worm infects 10+ Million PCs - This Day in Computer History - May 4, 200005/04/2020
    9:35
  43. 51.
    The First Spam E-Mail - This Day in Computer History - May 3, 197805/04/2020
    8:08
  44. 52.
    Microsoft Mouse and Notepad - This Day in Computer History - May 2, 198305/02/2020
    11:29
  45. 53.
    This Day in Computer History - May 1, 1964 - Dartmouth Time Sharing System05/01/2020
    8:01
  46. 54.
    Computer Joke of the Day - May 1, 202005/01/2020
    1:28
  47. 55.
    Dad Joke of the Day - May 1, 202005/01/2020
    1:07
  48. 56.
    Lunduke and Friends - April 25, 202004/28/2020
    29:47
  49. 57.
    DESQview/X 2.1 - Best OS... ever?04/27/2020
    14:58
  50. 58.
    Mark Shuttleworth: 'Ubuntu keeps GNU/Linux relevant'04/23/2020
    14:05
  51. 59.
    How to get computers made 40 years apart talking to each other04/22/2020
    20:38
  52. 60.
    Lunduke and Friends - April 18, 202004/19/2020
    2:19:58
  53. 61.
    How much power and influence do Open Source foundations have?04/15/2020
    14:02
  54. 62.
    The CIA, NSA, and Pokemon Go (revisited)04/14/2020
    12:05
  55. 63.
    Lunduke and Friends - April 11, 202004/12/2020
    2:06:05
  56. 64.
    HP 100LX / 200LX MS-DOS Palmtop04/11/2020
    12:33
  57. 65.
    Everquest, SimCity, and l33t Gamer Names04/10/2020
    16:13
  58. 66.
    Is Google the new Microsoft and Microsoft the new Google?04/08/2020
    17:33
  59. 67.
    System 76 Thelio - PC with real wood in case04/07/2020
    8:39
  60. 68.
    Texas Instruments 99/4a - Nerdy Show and Tell Part 104/06/2020
    11:07
  61. 69.
    Terminal Emoji, Guh-NOME, and Trolling Arch Users04/03/2020
    10:05
  62. 70.
    What is the worst thing you've done to a computer?04/02/2020
    6:53
  63. 71.
    Linux Conferences and Podcasts: Macs Everywhere04/01/2020
    12:32
  64. 72.
    Pinephone, Librem 5, and Linux phones03/31/2020
    5:21
  65. 73.
    What Old-Scool Computer Would You Instantly Buy?03/30/2020
    11:46
  66. 74.
    Star Wars, Star Trek, Stargate, or Farscape?03/29/2020
    12:21
  67. 75.
    Microsoft should open source these 5 iconic pieces of software03/25/2020
    17:37
  68. 76.
    Who really coined the term 'Open Source'?03/24/2020
    21:50
  69. 77.
    4 Nerds. Talking. Late at night. During a pandemic. Part 1.03/23/2020
    58:05
  70. 78.
    Lets Get Linux-y Live Stream Event - Saturday, Mar 2103/20/2020
    4:31
  71. 79.
    7 Features Linux Should Borrow From Mac, Amiga, Haiku03/18/2020
    28:51
  72. 80.
    Weird IP networks: Internet via birds and ham radios03/17/2020
    15:35
  73. 81.
    Without a GUI - How to Live Entirely in a Terminal03/14/2020
    24:29
  74. 82.
    LinuxFest Northwest 2020 cancelled by Wuhan Corona Virus03/14/2020
    20:14
  75. 83.
    Microsoft Windows 1.0 - Best OS... ever?03/12/2020
    27:57
  76. 84.
    Open Source Initiative bans co-founder, Eric S Raymond03/09/2020
    40:34
  77. 85.
    From 2012: How removing 386 support in Linux will destroy the world03/09/2020
    4:30
  78. 86.
    The Best Linux Marketing Campaigns. Ever.03/08/2020
    19:34
  79. 87.
    Microsoft BASIC for TRS-80 Model 100 - Best OS... ever?03/05/2020
    35:49
  80. 88.
    The Beauty of a Static Website with Hugo03/03/2020
    28:29
  81. 89.
    Two Months Without Social Media03/02/2020
    18:41
  82. 90.
    Lunduke’s Theory of Computer Mockery — no technology is sacred02/27/2020
    12:56
  83. 91.
    My Favorite Linux Bugs02/26/2020
    15:17
  84. 92.
    10 More Pointless (but awesome) Linux Terminal Tricks02/25/2020
    20:26
  85. 93.
    This Week on The Lunduke Journal - Feb 24, 202002/24/2020
    9:15
  86. 94.
    How I Became a Free Software Extremist02/19/2020
    20:14
  87. 95.
    11 Pointless (but awesome) Terminal Tricks02/18/2020
    19:24
  88. 96.
    Ask Lunduke - Feb 17, 2020 - Slackware and Pre-Internet Podcasts02/17/2020
    57:50
  89. 97.
    If Linux Never Was -- imagining an alternate reality without Linux02/14/2020
    18:32
  90. 98.
    The Best Command-Line-Only Video Games02/13/2020
    17:33
  91. 99.
    History of Computers, part 3 - Linux and Supercomputers02/12/2020
    25:32
  92. 100.
    Three Live Shows on April 25, 2020 - Bellingham, WA02/11/2020
    13:32
  93. 101.
    History of Computers, part 2 — TCP/IP owes a lot to Xerox PUP02/06/2020
    14:07
  94. 102.
    History of Computers, part 1 — The Bulletin Board System02/06/2020
    25:47
  95. 103.
    How To: Run a DOS Web Server (seriously)02/03/2020
    21:59
  96. 104.
    How to: Set up your own BBS Server on Linux01/29/2020
    26:05
  97. 105.
    Why the BBS is still awesome in 202001/27/2020
    30:06
  98. 106.
    Introducing The Lunduke Journal - New Name, New Website01/23/2020
    10:26
  99. 107.
    Lunduke's Log - ScummVM, Un-Linux-y Linux - Jan 22, 202001/22/2020
    40:46
  100. 108.
    GNOME Founder responds to Code of Conduct concerns01/20/2020
    18:46
  101. 109.
    Oracle, OpenZFS respond to Linus Torvalds saying 'Don't use ZFS'01/15/2020
    19:06
  102. 110.
    Lunduke's Log - LBRY, N810, and Retro Hardware - Jan 13, 202001/13/2020
    47:03
  103. 111.
    Modern Mobile Devices Suck at Being Off-Line01/08/2020
    28:11
  104. 112.
    LBRY - the viable YouTube alternative in 202001/07/2020
    49:27
  105. 113.
    Lunduke's 2020 Computer Industry Predictions01/01/2020
    28:40
  106. 114.
    Linux Predictions for 202012/30/2019
    32:10
  107. 115.
    2020 New Year's Resolution: No Social Media, No Cellular Data12/21/2019
    34:56
  108. 116.
    Let’s make Linux dominate the LBRY video service12/16/2019
    13:24
  109. 117.
    The 2 Big Problems Facing Linux in 202012/12/2019
    39:05
  110. 118.
    Linux users identify with their OS more often than Mac, Windows users12/10/2019
    15:51
  111. 119.
    Linux Thursday - Dec 7, 201912/07/2019
    1:11:47
  112. 120.
    An interview with a Linux conference organizer12/06/2019
    40:18
  113. 121.
    Studying the effects of Operating Systems on happiness12/03/2019
    9:07
  114. 122.
    Interview with Adafruit founder Limor Fried11/26/2019
    27:05
  115. 123.
    Linux Thursday - Nov 25, 2019 - Thanksgiving Edition11/25/2019
    55:16
  116. 124.
    Humans forgot how to be offline11/19/2019
    31:24
  117. 125.
    Who will buy Canonical and SUSE11/14/2019
    25:17
  118. 126.
    Linux Foundation bans person for Tone Policing.11/10/2019
    37:57
  119. 127.
    Twitter is a vile hate machine.11/06/2019
    28:57
  120. 128.
    Thunderbird and Thunderdome - a chat with Ryan Sipes11/05/2019
    33:11
  121. 129.
    Microsoft, SUSE, and KDE get political11/04/2019
    29:13
  122. 130.
    What comes after the Internet?11/04/2019
    13:11
  123. 131.
    Linux Thursday! - October 31, 201910/31/2019
    1:09:00
  124. 132.
    Weekly Tech News - Oct 15, 201910/15/2019
    1:02:12
  125. 133.
    Archive.org adds 2,500 DOS games10/15/2019
    10:54
  126. 134.
    ScummVM adds Blade Runner, Might and Magic support10/14/2019
    8:32
  127. 135.
    Do Linux distros release too often?10/14/2019
    12:56
  128. 136.
    Do Linux users actually read the source code?10/12/2019
    13:33
  129. 137.
    Should openSUSE change its name?10/11/2019
    15:37
  130. 138.
    Microsoft, GitHub take firm political stances, vilifies those that disagree10/10/2019
    28:18
  131. 139.
    Tesla Horse Clops and Whimsy in Tech10/08/2019
    7:38
  132. 140.
    Nice Things About Whitehurst and Shuttleworth10/07/2019
    11:31
  133. 141.
    BASIC is totally amazing and brings me joy.10/06/2019
    10:32
  134. 142.
    Linux Thursday - Sep 12, 2019 - Linux on a 48610/05/2019
    1:07:12
  135. 143.
    Lundukes Weekly Tech News - Sep 9, 201910/05/2019
    50:25
  136. 144.
    Microsoft Windows 2000 - Best OS... ever?09/04/2019
    23:03
  137. 145.
    Linux Thursday - Aug 29, 201908/29/2019
    1:17:23
  138. 146.
    Maybe the Internet wasn't such a great idea.08/27/2019
    21:57
  139. 147.
    The Rules of The Lunduke Show08/27/2019
    14:22
  140. 148.
    The GIMP has been forked by folks who find the name offensive08/25/2019
    31:08
  141. 149.
    Linux Thursday is back.08/22/2019
    4:55
  142. 150.
    Weekly Tech News - August 19, 201908/19/2019
    3:12
  143. 151.
    Weekly Tech News - August 12, 201908/12/2019
    4:57
  144. 152.
    Video games influence us (for better or worse)08/12/2019
    9:54
  145. 153.
    Switch to Haiku (the Operating System): Yay or Nay?08/10/2019
    12:20
  146. 154.
    Why are there so many Linux Distros based on Debian?08/10/2019
    11:08
  147. 155.
    Linux Journal has shut down08/09/2019
    16:01
  148. 156.
    Weekly Tech News - August 5, 201908/05/2019
    4:22
  149. 157.
    Lunduke has feelings about JavaScript. Part 738.08/04/2019
    22:11
  150. 158.
    Raising kids with Free Software08/04/2019
    13:27
  151. 159.
    Young Whippersnapper: "I look at screens to much! Help!"08/04/2019
    18:06
  152. 160.
    Ubuntu 5.10 - Best OS... ever?07/30/2019
    21:52
  153. 161.
    Weekly Tech News - July 29, 201907/29/2019
    4:15
  154. 162.
    Using 1993 computers in 2019.07/28/2019
    23:04
  155. 163.
    MS-DOS 6.22 - Best OS... ever?07/23/2019
    30:52
  156. 164.
    Weekly Tech News - July 22, 201907/22/2019
    5:31
  157. 165.
    Macintosh System Software 6.0.8 - Best OS... ever?07/21/2019
    35:22
  158. 166.
    IBM OS/2 Warp 4 - Best OS... ever?07/17/2019
    20:57
  159. 167.
    Weekly Tech News - July 15, 201907/15/2019
    5:10
  160. 168.
    Windows 3.11 - Best OS... ever?07/14/2019
    26:15
  161. 169.
    What is the best Operating System... ever? Let's find out.07/11/2019
    18:06
  162. 170.
    Comparing Linux Package Formats - Deb, Flatpak, AppImage, etc.07/02/2019
    17:55
  163. 171.
    Weekly Tech News - July 1, 201907/01/2019
    3:35
  164. 172.
    25th Anniversary of FreeDOS -- with Jim Hall!06/27/2019
    46:33
  165. 173.
    Favorite addition to Linux in last 10 years?06/25/2019
    12:46
  166. 174.
    Weekly Tech News - June 24, 201906/24/2019
    3:17
  167. 175.
    Q- Tempted by the new Mac Pro? A- No.06/23/2019
    10:56
  168. 176.
    Is Free Software digital Communism?06/20/2019
    9:20
  169. 177.
    What is the job of the Operating System?06/19/2019
    8:50
  170. 178.
    Weekly Tech News - June 17, 201906/17/2019
    3:36
  171. 179.
    Linux on things that don't normally have Linux06/16/2019
    10:16
  172. 180.
    Keeping user data with new Linux installs06/12/2019
    12:16
  173. 181.
    Weekly Tech News - June 10, 201906/10/2019
    2:22
  174. 182.
    Is Telemetry evil... even in Open Source?06/06/2019
    16:36
  175. 183.
    Firefox's Enhanced Tracking Protection whitelists Google, Instagram... and Winamp?06/05/2019
    16:36
  176. 184.
    What software thingy would I do with a billion dollars?06/02/2019
    11:28
  177. 185.
    MX Linux - The new distro king?06/01/2019
    11:04
  178. 186.
    Should macOS and iOS be Open Source?05/31/2019
    11:26
  179. 187.
    Does going Full Stallman isolate a person?05/26/2019
    15:12
  180. 188.
    Controlling Custom PC Lighting from Linux05/22/2019
    25:38
  181. 189.
    How did FOSS change over the last 5 years?05/20/2019
    23:03
  182. 190.
    What is more important: Freedom or Truth?05/17/2019
    19:20
  183. 191.
    What does Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 mean for Linux Desktop?05/15/2019
    8:45
  184. 192.
    What Chrome OS features would we like in traditional Linux distributions?05/14/2019
    9:34
  185. 193.
    Is complaining about RAM usage... only for old people?05/13/2019
    9:55
  186. 194.
    Is there an age cap to start programming?05/10/2019
    11:34
  187. 195.
    Which TV and Movie Nerds best represent our people?05/09/2019
    9:49
  188. 196.
    What is the best Distro to learn how Linux works?05/08/2019
    7:36
  189. 197.
    What Windows features do we want in Linux?05/07/2019
    11:35
  190. 198.
    Should strong A.I. source code be opened?05/06/2019
    11:20
  191. 199.
    Is leaving off the GNU in GNU/Linux... unfair to GNU?05/05/2019
    14:44
  192. 200.
    Closed Source vs. Software as a Service05/01/2019
    10:57

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