Site Map - skip to main content - dyslexic font - mobile - text - print

Hacker Public Radio

Your ideas, projects, opinions - podcasted.

New episodes Monday through Friday.


Christopher M. Hobbs

Host ID: 241

episodes: 7

hpr2026 :: What's in my Bag... Again!

Released on 2016-05-09 under a CC-BY-SA license.

Just a look at what I keep in my bag these days, though I forgot to mention my beloved Zojirushi thermos (SM-JA48-BA)!

hpr1558 :: Lunch Breaks

Released on 2014-07-23 under a CC-BY-SA license.

Back after a year of HPR silence, I'll talk a little about how I like to spend my lunch breaks and how you can explore your workplace. Put down those tater tots, we're going on an adventure!

In this episode I'll give some information about my lunch history, ways you can maximise your time, gear you'll need to start short stealth/urban exploration, techniques for finding places to explore, and ways to handle being spotted.

If this goes well enough and the audio isn't too garbled, I'll record episodes for the "How I Got Into (GNU) Linux" series.

Here are a few links related to the episode. Note that I link to Amazon and Google. I don't necessarily condone or endorse either service, I just didn't know of any better sources for product information.


Sample sit pads:

hpr1321 :: What's in my Bag

Released on 2013-08-26 under a CC-BY-SA license.

My contribution to the "What's in my Bag" series. Contact me at

hpr1311 :: Modern Inconveniences

Released on 2013-08-12 under a CC-BY-SA license.

A little discourse about manual work and money saving. Contact me at

hpr1306 :: Freedom Followup

Released on 2013-08-05 under a CC-BY-SA license.

After a deluge of e-mail asking me to follow up on the Week of Freedom podcast, I finally responded. Contact me at if you'd like to talk Libre Software!

hpr1293 :: A Week of Freedom

Released on 2013-07-17 under a CC-BY-SA license.

A quick dialog about my week of using only FLOSS

hpr1215 :: Pair Programming

Released on 2013-03-29 under a CC-BY-SA license.


Modulus7 Pair Programming Interview:

Pair Programming on the Portland Patterns Repository:

Pair Programming at C2 (similar content):

Wikipedia Entry:

XP Pair Programming Resources:

GNU Screen:




My Company:

My Personal Site:

Become a Correspondent