Title: Longer than expected
In this episode: The London Stock Exchange is super fast, thanks to Linux, while Android celebrates its 100,000th app submission. We discover things and talk about tiling window managers, while our listeners talk about Ubuntu's Unity.
What's in the show:
- Discovery of the week:
Mike somehow discovers the original 1982 source code to the Atari 2600 version of Pole Position.
The Game_Music_Emu library is a fantastic source of chip tune nostalgia.
The command-line is awesome for moving things with the 'mv' command.
Continuously record audio to a new file every hour with Rotter.
Automator, on OS X, is very impressive, and can make scripts and commands redundant.
- You Dare Us:
- In the Hot Seat:
Everyone's favourite, Mike Saunders, dabbles with the dice of destiny.
- Open Ballot: do you support Ubuntu's move to Unity?
- Special offer: subscribe to Linux Format magazine and save up to 40%
Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Paul Hudson, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
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Music by Brad Sucks.
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