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hpr2200 :: Episode one of the future of free software series

Released on 2017-01-06 under a CC-BY-SA license.

Spaceman introduces a series on the future of free software as he sees it.

The full series is available on my hidden service: http://qzc3ou3vccr3yjyg.onion/free-software-podcasts/the-future-of-free-software/

You can access the site using the Tor Browser available here

hpr2193 :: a clean podcast with no swearing

Released on 2016-12-28 under a CC-BY-SA license.

(replace-regex-in-string "fuck" "rainbows")

hpr2190 :: fucking botnets how do they work?

Released on 2016-12-23 under a CC-BY-SA license.

you can download the files, which includes the video tutorial on my hidden website: http://qzc3ou3vccr3yjyg.onion/software/gs-bot.tar.gz | you need the tor browser to do so

otherwise the video can be found on mediagoblin (minetest quality tho):

hpr2182 :: why say GNU/Linux ?

Released on 2016-12-13 under a CC-BY-SA license.

Stop saying Linux or open source or FOSS or FLOSS !!1!

hpr2177 :: Knowledge Interconnection, the thai express hack

Released on 2016-12-06 under a CC-BY-SA license.

you can practice programming AFK, and hacking at the same time; doing problem solving on other things can be quite fun; and can seriously enhance your life;

happy hacking;

hpr2171 :: hello world

Released on 2016-11-28 under a CC-BY-SA license.

I love programming, I make a living writing free software. However I am still a programmer without a keyboard. I want to share knowledge that gives us control over our own life. Tools that help us help ourselves.

Two main topics:

  1. computers (of course!)
    • everyday user
    • free software
    • programming
  2. AFK stuff
    • veganism,
    • minimalism,
    • botany,
    • engineering.

Lots of fun, life is interesting

happy hacking

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