Disaster strikes the studio, and Chris jumps into action while Brent battles the packet wars of 1996.
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.
We throw Office Hours into the middle of our biggest beta test yet!
We blow the lid off a secret project and get LIT.
If you've noticed something a little off about your favorite podcasts, we might know why.
We're kicking off some new projects, catching up with old friends, and react to a new podcast app that automatically skips ads.
We have some big plans for 2023, and we share the next steps to fully host our podcast infrastructure.
We challenged ChatGPT to create a Linux news podcast outline and then put it to the test.
Why LBRY was never going to win, and how they have just screwed all crypto. And a new feature in the works for our listeners by our listeners.
We recap a busy night after a studio power outage, then dig into what makes an open-source project worth contributing to. Why do some fail while others grow and prosper?
It was one technical disaster after another, we recap the series of technical challenges that killed all future shows from the road.
We get you caught up on one heck of a trip.
Brent recounts a harrowing near miss on his road trip to the studio, and a surprise outage leaves Chris scrambling after launching the website.
We're pushing our new website to production live on the show today. We have no idea how things will turn out - but we're taking you along for the ride either way!
We've built up some incredible backend infrastructure for our new website. We run through the big improvements, and where we still need some help.
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.
The community is quick at work; we share major updates on our new website project, and chat with the "Official" Podcasting 2.0 consultant to find out what he's developing next for podcast listeners.
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 have a laugh at Spotify, then check out a minimum viable project for the new Jupiter Broadcasting website.
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.
It's a summer of projects, we get into our plans to totally rebuild our website, some new Podcasting 2.0 features and, Brent takes his first bite of the Raspberry Pi.