Title: SS Nostromo
In this episode: Samsung laptops have been fixed. OpenShot launches a Kickstarter campaign. Canonical courts Chinese officials and Ubuntu gets closer to a rolling release. Hear our suprisingly good discoveries, our woeful excuse for the lack of a live episode and your own questions in the Open Ballot.
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What's in the show:
- Discovery of the week:
- An Arduino can be turned into a cheap oscilloscope, thanks to either
LXARDORSCOPE or Girino.
- Linux Mint's fork of Nautilus, Nemo, is so much better than the original.
- Windows 8 isn't great.
- Gnome's Boxes application has a terrible UI.
- The Return of Speak Your Brains
- Open Ballot: Your questions for Eben Upton/Raspberry Pi
- Our scripts are updating Facebook again.
- Special offer: A subscription to Linux Format magazine is still the perfect March gift and healthier than the majority of Easter confectionary.
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory and Graham Morrison
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