Here Comes Trouble – Linux Outlaws Podcast

As I have mentioned a little bit on here before, I’ve been doing quite a lot of podcasting lately. Not something I can honestly say I planned to do but it’s great fun and I think I’m getting better at it as I go along. My latest venture is actually a Linux and Open Source podcast called Linux Outlaws so I thought it was relevant to mention here. It was really the idea of a German friend of mine Fabian. He’s also a Linux user and he wanted to do a podcast about open source software, for some reason he decided it would be a good idea to get me involved and kindly asked me to co-host with him. The fool.



We’ve done 2 episodes so far and mainly concentrated on discussing various news stories surrounding Linux and F/OSS but we have also been selecting a package of the week each and responding to listener questions. We are still settling into a regular format and finding our feet a bit but if you’re interesting in Linux and want something to listen to check us out at www.linuxoutlaws.com You never know, you might even like it 😉


The other shows I’ve been doing can all be found at www.feebleforce.com and mainly concentrate on comedy and bizarre news discussions. I’m also doing a show about English Football with my friend Anna which you can find at www.feebleforce.com/football

Somehow in between all of this I still hope to get some blogging, programming and music work done. It keeps me out of trouble anyway. Sorry to fill this post with plugs and not much else so to make up for it, here is a picture of a cute penguin…



Awwwwwwww 🙂

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