Title: Hong Kong Phooey
In this episode: Where in the world is Edward Snowdon? Richard Stallman is now internet famous. Adobe and Citrix open source their stuff. Canonical's Ubuntu Phone now has its own club. Eben Upton gets a Silver Medal and the Ouya games console is available now. Hear our discoveries, the sound of people's brains, and your own mindvoices in the Open Ballot.
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What's in the show:
- Discovery of the week:
- Ctrl-Alt then drag-select with your mouse to copy a square of text in the command-line. Very useful for column views in screen and IRC.
- Feedly is the best replacement for Google Reader, so far.
- Distribute secret data to multiple recipients with configurable redundancy using Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme.
- There's a few days left on the latest Humble Bundle, and it's worth it for Fractal alone.
- Auk - the bird family, is awesome.
- count_jocular: (from our IRC channel #linuxformat on freenode.net)
- Speak Your Brains:
Many thanks to both Mike and Dan-Simon for sending in their brains. Email email@example.com with your own suggestions/questions for next time.
- Challenge Us:
Hear very little from the further adventures of Chris Thornett. But we do come up with an ace new challenge for next time.
- Open Ballot: Which desktop do you use?
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