In this episode Mike Hingley talks about his Ubuntu Quickly Ebook Template project. Whilst it is still in development, it allows authors the ability to publish epub style books through the ubuntu packaging system.
In this episode Mike Hingley interviews his brother after oggcamp 2013 (www.oggcamp.org), and Dave talks about linux and hardware problems.
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Kit Description My Backpack My Backpack - note the HPR Badge - this is the bag I take to work every day. My Acer Aspire netbook This is a refurbed type unit I got from the Acer Direct. My Kindle 2 This kindle was a birthday present from Rachel, last year. She knows me so well :)Its loaded with a load of ebooks from the great folks at O'reilly.The case for this was from Tesco My Car-pod ipod When I upgraded cars the biggest disappointment for me was that going from a Kia Cee'd , where I could plug in USB keys with pod-casts on - I now no longer had a USB port in my SEAT. Rachel bought this for me from CEX. I've replaced the firmware with rockbox. My newest iPod My newest iPod - this used to belong to my Rachel, but the screen has started to go - She looked at getting it repaired - pricey as it is out of the warranty period - so she got herself a new one (cue a long process of me transferring her songs to the new iPod :() and I acquired her old one. I have replaced the Apple firmware with rockbox, and it works great under Linux. My 2GB USB Key This key contains nothing (at the moment) apart from a design for a leaving cake (Keep calm and Google it) and a file called ldlinux.sys, left over from the previous contents. Google cake My Conference Folio This is a pleather folio I picked up ages ago from I know now where - probably before Opal Telecoms was bought by TalkTalk. Currently the old web address (www.opal.co.uk) seems to redirect to opal-solutions.com which seems to redirect to TalkTalk, only it actually doesn't work. I keep an Oxford pad (i like the paper) in here. I keep an Oxford pad (i like the paper) in here. My Microsoft mouse was missing from my bag, as I had been using it with my Raspberry Pi - but it's like this.
I've been researching my family tree for a short while now, and through I'd share some of my resources and tips with other hackers.
- Hingley's of Netherton (Wikipedia Link Black Country History Link)
- The Titanic Anchor (BBC Black Country Link)
- Census records online (you can usually search the census for free at your local library)
- My Grandparent's marriage register record
- my family tree on ancestry.co.uk - You will need an account on ancestry - or may be able to access it via Ancestry Library Edition
- Government Records Office
- Ancestry Family History Advice
In this episode Mike tries to highlight the advantages of packaging content for your distro.
The Ubuntu content packaging team can be found at : http://bit.ly/cpackage
More articles about content packaging can be found at http://www.titaniumbunker.com .
Mike can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
In today's show we are introduced to a new host Mike Hingley as he explains how he got into linux.