Full Circle Podcast Episode 18: Never Order the Fish
Full Circle Podcast Episode #18, Never Order the Fish
In this episode, dissecting the news with a fish knife.
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- Robin Catling (blog at http://catlingmindswipe.blogspot.com/, @robincatling on Twitter)
- Ed Hewitt (blog at http://www.edhewitt.co.uk/, @edhewitt on Twitter)
- Dave Wilkins… has a broken rib
Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard
04:01 | WELCOME and INTRO
04:14 | SINCE LAST TIME…
- Ed – Playing Crysis II, upgrading the HTC Wildfire to CyanogenMod-7 stable.
- Dave – Injury, illness, army exercises; Nexus 1 upgrade to Android Gingerbread; diagnosing the Acer Aspire’s power problem
- Robin – rebuilding and scrapping PC’s for friends;
Looking into WordPress for a commercial blog (somehow need to cross post and chain WP blogs together);
Starting to data wipe HDD’s – various methods;
Booked my ticket for OGG Camp ’11, 13-14 Aug – The Maltings, Farnham UK.
16:10 | REVIEW Issue #47 of Full Circle Magazine
- Ed – File-systems on pg.20
- Robin – Q&A on pg.34
- Dave, Top 5 Education tools on pg.39
20:31 | NEWS
Stories this episode…
- Ubuntu 11.04 Beta
- Empathy 3.0 to have contact blocking, Gwibber-3 RSS and Buzz.
- Mozilla Thunderbird gets Ubuntu One contact sync support, me-menu and Unity messaging support! But no Google contact sync (http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/03/ubuntu-one-contacts-sync-heading-to-thunderbird); Mozilla Lightning extension does support calendars, however
- Linux Kernel 2.6.38 Released
“Debian Derivatives Exchange project launched
Stefano Zacchiroli and Matt Zimmerman launched a new project called the Debian dErivatives eXchange project (DEX). The main goal of this project is to reduce the technical differences between Debian and its derivatives. The first such group is the Ubuntu DEX Team, which aims to start integrating packages and changes available in Ubuntu back into Debian. A gNewSense DEX Team is also expected soon.”
The Debian Project invites all Debian based distributions and other projects to join the DEX project and work together on a common base.” (http://dex.alioth.debian.org/ubuntu/)
- How awesome does Ubuntu One look
- Unity 2D updates
- Firefox 4 is out! Eds review on OMGUbuntu
- Changes to Indicator Applet Icon
- Ubuntu 11.04 new defualt wallpaper and 17 new wallpapers
- The ‘Apple’ logo has changed on the Dash button (http://twitpic.com/4ctpil)
- New Natty Feature, Test Drive
- Flash, Java, DVD and Media codecs not going to be installed by default!
- Ubuntu 9.10 end of life on 29 April 2011
- LibreOffice 3.4 plans May 2nd release. Removal of Java.
- Ubuntu 11.10 will not ship with classic desktop
- ShipIt is no more! (http://blog.canonical.com/?p=551)
- Ubuntu Gnome Remix (https://launchpad.net/~ubuntugnometeam) No Unity.
- Ubuntu 8.04 end of life (http://news.softpedia.com/news/Goodbye-Ubuntu-8-04-LTS-194431.shtml)
- Ubuntu 11.04 to default to Classic Gnome over Unity? (as reported in WebUpd8/Phoronix)
53:42 | CONTRIBUTE
54:03 | GAMING
- Ed – Minecraft, Full Circle Magazine had its own server in March. Minecraft videos on YouTube. Playing through Crysis II.
- DW – Scum VM “Beneath a Steel Sky”
next up ‘Simon the Sorceror I and II’ point and click adventures – The Longest Journey (not the Disney dog and cat movie).
59:40 | FEEDBACK: Your comments and emails
1.06:41 | Send us feedback: since Victoria continues to ask so nicely
1.07:19 | OUTRO AND WRAP
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Creative Commons Music Tracks
- Opening: ‘Achilles’ by Kevin Macleod
- Main Theme: ‘Revolve’ by His Boy Elroy
- Incidental: ‘Dance Zone’ by Unknown
- Incidental: ‘On the Run’ by Unknown
- Incidental: ‘Iron Man’ by Unknown
Runtime: 1 hr 8min 50seconds
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About the Author: Robin Catling
Freelance project manager; performer; writer; sports coach; all-round eccentric.
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