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StankDawg

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episodes: 11

hpr0777 :: What is Cloud?

Released on 2011-07-25 under a CC-BY-SA license.
In today's HPR, Josh, StankDawg and Voeltz discuss what "cloud" is and what questions you should ask before moving to the cloud.

hpr0509 :: Binrev Radio Lost episode - Telephonic Craptacular

Released on 2010-01-29 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
Original Release Date
    2006-07-18
Hosts
    StankDawg, et al.

BONUS EPISODE!
This episode was a bonus episode that I created just to work out the timing between seasons. We had completed the last season 3 at episode 156 (52 episodes * 3 years) but the first episode of season 4 (#157) was planned as a live event at hope NEXT week so I had a week gap with no show and I didn't want to ruin the live event, so I created this "half episode" to fill the slot this week.. This rare episode was streamed but was not on our archive. There may be a few copies floating around here or there, but this is the first official release of this episode on this site.

hpr0397 :: Nerdapalooza 2009

Released on 2009-07-08 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
Stankdawg interviews the founder of Nerdapalooza which is a nerdcore event that will be held in orlando florida this weekend

hpr0069 :: There's Pr0n on them there internets!

Released on 2008-04-04 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

"In this light-hearted VNSFW (VERY NOT SAFE FOR WORK) episode 69 of HPR, StankDawg's alter ego "Buck Dangler" joins up with "T.T. Creamer" (deepgeek) to discuss some history of pr0n on the internet. They also discuss many places to find different types of pr0n and conclude with a technical analysis of many dangerous sexual positions that have become popular in some internet subcultures.

TO CLARIFY: THIS EPISODE IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK"

Counter Point

A counter point to this show is available: hpr0586 :: Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096- The Internet is For Porn


hpr0066 :: April Fools Day Traditions

Released on 2008-03-31 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
.ǝuı1uo sʞuɐɹd ʎɐp s1ooɟ s1ıɹdɐ ʎuunɟ puıɟ oʇ sǝʇıs poob ǝɯos sǝɹɐɥs puɐ sǝxɐoɥ ʎɐp s1ooɟ s1ıɹdɐ snoɯɐɟ ʇsoɯ ɥǝʇ ɟo ǝɯos sǝssnɔsıp bʍɐpʞuɐʇs 'ǝposıdǝ sıɥʇ uı

hpr0038 :: R4DS Review

Released on 2008-02-20 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
Stankdawg reviews the R4DS adapter for the Nintendo DS

hpr0023 :: Software Review: K e e P a s s

Released on 2008-01-31 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
Wouldn't be nice to have a secure and flexible way to manage all of your usernames and passwords? StankDawg, suggests you turn to K e e P a s s. Strong encryption, dual-factor authentication, and portability, are just some of the reasons he likes this Open Source package.
link removed to prevent spammers
Shownotes by: diggsit

hpr0018 :: An Interview with Ed Piskor

Released on 2008-01-24 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
An interview with Ed Piskor, writer and artist of the graphic novel "WIZZYWIG" which is about a young hacker growing up in the 1980s. He also talks about some of the influences and stories that helped shape the book.

hpr0014 :: Databases 101 Part 2

Released on 2008-01-18 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

RDBMS - Relational Database Management System

Relational Model: when there are relationships between items of data such as products, customers and orders

A database contains two-dimensional tables which are similar in concept to spreadsheets. Each table contains columns and rows like a spreadsheet, but these are called fields and records in database terminology

Data is stored in tables but is broken down into the most efficient form such that there is no duplication. This process is called normalisation.

Fields have data types associated with them, such as numeric fields for storing numbers or text fields for storing text.

Tables have keys to simplify searching. Primary keys are used to make records in a table unique.

Shownotes by: Dave Morriss, 2015-08-14


hpr0005 :: Database 101 Part 1

Released on 2008-01-06 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

1st part of the Database 101 series with Stankdawg. He defines data as a collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn while information is the application of data. While a database is a collection of data, regardless of whether it is a text file, spreadsheet etc.

The larger the amount of data the slower text, and spreadsheets get. This is where a database management system comes in. A common database type is a Relational Database like Oracle, Microsoft SQL, PostgreSQL or MYSQL
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relational_database


hpr0001 :: Introduction to HPR

Released on 2007-12-31 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

In this first ever show on Hacker Public Radio, StankDawg and Enigma introduce HPR.

The story of Hacker Public Radio begins where Radio FreeK America leaves off. StankDawg was a busy with Binary Revolution Radio and so the idea lay dormant for some time. Then droops, another podcaster (Infonomicon) who was inspired by RFA got together with dosman to start TWaTech Today with a Techie, a pun on Twit. About a year in Enigma took over operations from portrello.

Continuing on from Today with a Techie, HPR will air anything that is Of interest to hackers. Think, hacking, phone preaking, politics, survival, caffeine, linux, movie reviews, game reviews, etc. There is no restriction on the length but the shows will have the intro and outro added, which was kindly donated by slick0. Additionally there is the option to have miniseries where the hosts can have running topics to cover an issue in more detail. A mini series can also be open to so that multiple people can contribute to one topic.

Above all HPR is a Community Network.


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