Direct MP3 Download: Linux For The Rest Of Us #135 – Back From Florida And Boy My …… Hurts
A Linux podcast for anyone even remotely interested in Linux!
Episode 135 Show Notes
I believe that children are the future – A father and son discussion.
Thank you for Spout – Spout is an open source multi-threaded Java voxel-based game framework and platform that opens the doors for infinite possibilities and expansion at the fingertips of gamers and developers alike.
GoComics – Want funny? Love comics? We’ve got your fix. The GoComics app, from Universal Uclick, is the mobile comics portal for many of the most popular comic strips worldwide. From iconic favorites like Calvin and Hobbes, Peanuts, Garfield, Doonesbury, Dilbert and Marmaduke to modern favorites like FoxTrot, The Boondocks, Big Nate, Pearls Before Swine and Get Fuzzy, we offer the most diverse set of comic strips and panels in one single app for FREE.
Thanks Randy Noseworthy
Edubuntu versions, not just for kids! – Edubuntu is a grassroots movement, we aim to get Ubuntu into schools, homes and communities and make it easy for users to install and maintain their systems.
ubuntu-edu-preschool – Preschool
ubuntu-edu-primary – Primary ( ages 6-12) educational application bundle
ubuntu-edu-secondary – Secondary ( ages 13-18) educational application bundle
ubuntu-edu-tertiary – Tertiary ( university level ) educational application bundle
You can also install all Edubuntu packages, including artwork by installing the edubuntu-desktop
Thanks Venn Stone from (www.LinuxGameCast.com)
Build your own Google TV Using RaspberryPi, NodeJS and Socket.io – Hackers & makers like to re-invent the wheel, and it’s always fun when you do. So we’re going to build our own version of the Google TV using the following open source technologies.
New quality Raspberry Pi cases
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Introducing the New Out Of Box Software (NOOBS) – If you’re a beginner with a Raspberry Pi, things just got a whole lot easier.
Pentaho Analysis Services (Mondrian) – Welcome to the community home for Pentaho Analysis Services Community Edition also known as Mondrian. Mondrian is an Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) server that enables business users to analyze large quantities of data in real-time. Users explore business data by drilling into and cross-tabulating information with speed-of-thought response times to complex analytical queries.
Transformers: More Than Meets the Automotive Eye – Cadillac, Ford, Nissan, Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota. These carmakers are transforming their industry through software. Cars are no longer just about metal. A new car already has 5 to 15 million lines of software code that are reliant on and integrated with thousands of mechanical and electrical components. If you’re in the car business today you’re also a software maker.
Should we start calling it “ford sank” already?
Cartulary / FreedomController – The larger goal of the project is an attempt at building a distributed social network through the use of standard RSS and OPML feeds. This is the first product.
Movie Making Manual/Linux in film production.
Postdoctoral Research (Debian) – The CSEA knee that has been designed and uses a 400W commercially available brushless motor controller with a Raspberry Pi computer as host.
Thank you Mark (http://www.elementopie.com)
Amazon Prime in Ubuntu – Chris and Mark turn the show over once again to the listeners- reading their comments, answering their questions, taking their abuse… and maybe making fun of them just a little bit.
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www.theacf.co – The Accessible Computing Foundation
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