Bald at both ends

29th January 2007: Season 4 Episode 11 : 84:50

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge (whose birthday is the day after this show is released), Matthew Revell, and Ade Bradshaw talk about Linux, open source, and a variety of other stuff, including:
  • Mickey Lauer from the OpenMoko project talks about the new Linux-based OpenMoko phone platform (1.30)
  • Have you looked at your arse in the mirror? (28.50)
  • Will Linspire's Click-n-Run be useful for other distributions? (34.51)
  • Linking free software appllications to commercial services: will you ever be able to have your photos professionally printed from f-spot? (48.33)
  • You speak! Emails from all of you (60.10)
  • LugRadio Live 2007 Call For Papers: if you're interested in speaking or exhibiting at Lugradio Live 2007 (date not yet announced, but if you were to think in terms of July-ish 2007 then you wouldn't be far wrong) then contact us. Mail to show-at-lugradio-dot-org to let us know! (72.30)

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