Full Circle Side-Pod Episode Twelve: We're Like the Sugarbabes
Full Circle Side-Pod Episode Twelve: We’re Like the Sugarbabes
In this episode, the old crew re-unite: Wilkins, Catling and Hewitt! With our most packed set of show notes ever!
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- Robin Catling (blog at http://catlingmindswipe.blogspot.com/, @robincatling on Twitter)
Culture-vultures can also go to Everything Express at http://everythingexpress.wordpress.com/
- Ed Hewitt (blog at http://www.edhewitt.co.uk/, @edhewitt on Twitter)
- Dave Wilkins (blog at http://davidalexanderwilkins.blogspot.co.uk/ and on twitter @DavidAWilkins)
Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard
01:38 | WELCOME and INTRO
02:32: | We’re like the Sugarbabes
Catch up with missing Sugarbabe Alan Pope (Popey) on Google+ currently eating Danish at UDS.
05:32: Out with the old, in with the new (podcast crew)
We’re like the Sugarbabes, according to Ed.
07:43 | SINCE LAST TIME
Since last… year.
- Dave is back to reality from Oxford
- Ed is back to Uni from Porsche
– Defected to Windows 7
– Open Office/Libre Office vs. MS-Office
– Everybody’s using Google Drive
- Dave’s Compiz rant
- Good news for Linux gaming – Valve Linux Blog
- Catling’s broken Linux rant followed by Dave’s answers:
– My Unity may or may not be continuing development
– Unity Revamped (ppa:ikarosdev/unity-revamped)
- Incidentally, Windows 8 is Not-Metro
- Dave actually reads Full Circle issue 65
– A recommended font Open Baskerville font
– Google Music Player for Android and Nuvola desktop client
- But remember its all better than Windows Vista!
23.22: Gadget Roundup
- Ed is still on the original Samsung Google Chromebook
- And has a Nexus 7 tablet
- Dave and Robin recommend the Clay Tablet. The Ancient Babylonians weren’t wrong.
- Let’s play the eco-sphere drinking game!
28.15: And breathe…
- Robin got a Lenovo G580 Core i5, 6GB, 750HD
- and Samsung Galaxy S2
- Dave has a Galaxy Nexus S
- As we all know (but Dave doesn’t) the Nexus 4 is out soon
- So Dave and Ed have an argument (Python fans sing along)
- Dave is still on the Aspire 1620 – cue Daves rant about the sound not working
42.13: Google Current, anyone?
- Dave asks what is Google currents for?
43.55: Still on ‘Since Last Time’
- Robin has been messing about in the dressing up. Cue Mr Benn.
- The Full Circle Special Edition 11.10 and Unity is still available.
- Ubuntu Quality Assurance Team always needs volunteers
- Ubuntu 12.10 so far
57.23 | FEEDBACK: How to get in touch with us
57.59 | WRAP and OUTRO
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Creative Commons Music Tracks
* Opening: ‘Knights of the darkness’ by Zero Project
* Main theme: ‘CCMixter’ by Code
* Incidental: ‘Funkorama‘ by Kevin MacLeod
* Incidental: ‘Techno-dog’ by Unknown, original recording royalty free under Creative Commons v2
* Opening dramatic dialog by Dave Wilkins and Robin Catling, from 2001: A Space Odyssey
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