It’s Episode Thirty-four of Season Eight of the Ubuntu Podcast! With Mark Johnson, Laura Cowen, Martin Wimpress, and Alan Pope!
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In this week’s show:
- We review Mark’s new Steam controller
- We go over your feedback, which included some podcasts from listeners:
- TechSNAP, BSDNow, The FauxShow, Tech Talk Today, The Linux Action Show, and Linux Unplugged from the Jupiter Broadcasting network
- Welcome to Night Vale
- Under the Influence with Terry O’Reilly
- Laugh Out Loud
- Vinyl Café Stories with Stuart McLean
- Quirks and Quarks
- White Coat, Black Art
- Free as in Freedom
- Linux Link Podcast)
- Security Now
- Another list of podcasts from The Linux Link
- Yet another list from Hacker Public Radio
- Here’s the video of the hardware added to the neo900 (16:45)
- We have a command line love, from Roger Light:
!$on the command line means “the final item from the previous command line” which is something that comes up lots and lots. I use it every day. Easy example:
mkdir bob cd !$
- We chat about Choose Your Own Adventure Making with Twine, dinosaur hacking on the Isle of Wight, cooking poppadoms in the microwave, and Egham Raspberry Jam.
That’s all for this week, please send your comments and suggestions to: [email protected]
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In bash one can use Alt+. to bring back last option(s).
Love your show. Though I didn’t understand when you guys (and yes Gals also) were talking about some sort of popper that you can put in the microwave instead of frying??? As we say here in the States: “We don’t have that there food in this here place.”
I heard Martin and Alan (or should I say Mr. Wimpress and Mr. Pope) talking about Oggcamp on the Linux Unplugged. You guys were using the term: “riding shotgun” – now that’s something we understand in these here parts. –Enrique Southwest USA
this works with zsh as well and if hit repeatedly will iterate last arguments going back through history.
I think i should suggest two podcasts i like. The first is called “the message”. It’s a small theatrical series funded by General Electric and it’s science fiction. The second one is StarTalk with Neil deGrass Tyson. Science podcast with interesting interviews.