Wes visits the office to chat about some new podcast tech inbound, Google killing their Podcast app, and Chris' story from his morning with Podfans.
Why independent media is getting just as bad as mainstream media, and Brent's escape from a wildfire.
Plus, an update on our new bounty release format!
Mike updates us on his development adventures in Unreal 5, signs the Vision Pro might be a flop, and answer questions about abandoning Red Hat's platform.
We cover our must-have self-hosted apps, reflect on the state of Self-Hosting now, and discuss what's new in Proxmox 8.
We travel 10 years into the future and report back on how podcasts and Jupiter Broadcasting are doing after all those years.
We have a laugh at Elon's alt account, why the knives are out for GitHub Co-pilot, and our thoughts on Apple's "major victory" this week.
Disaster strikes the studio, and Chris jumps into action while Brent battles the packet wars of 1996.
We're celebrating 500 episodes with the biggest announcement yet.
The crew takes on a new challenge this week. How hard could it be? Very. Plus, the major open source issue we've zeroed in on.
Join us on a journey to true software freedom. We embark on our 30-day challenge and discover a whole new philosophy that will change the way you think about technology.
After nearly half a year of woe, Brent is ready to give Linux the go. Join us as we compare and contrast two Linux distros and end up with one going on Brent's machine.
Our garage Linux server has died, and this time we’re looking at data loss. We attempt to revive our zombie box and reflect on what went wrong.
Why we hate crypto more than you, plus a frank conversation about boosts in our shows, some big lessons learned from our new website project, and the things we'd never do again.
We're learning on the job this week as the deadline for our new website is just around the corner. Plus, a dirty little secret that explains why most tech press coverage sucks.
Outdoor networking adventures, new decentralized tools we're building, and a great chat with one of the co-founders of Podverse - an impressive open-source Podcasting 2.0 app.
We've made some essential decisions for our big projects, what really has us excited about Podcasting 2.0, and the real problem with Boosts.
We explore what makes NixOS so powerful, and why it might be the future of all Linux distributions.
Apple enters full panic mode over sideloading, and our plan to push back against industry-wide consolidation kicks off.
How each of us asks for features and help from free software projects, and one of our most prescient soapboxes in a while.
We put the sports car of Linux laptops to the test. Is it the multi-tasking machine it claims to be?