spics on tech discuss a local hackerspace, Ubuntu's move to Unity, and more.
Hosted by sikilpaake and badbit on 2011-05-23 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
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sikilpaake & badbit team up to give us a Mexican view of the hacker world.
sikilpaake & badbit - spics on tech - episode 02
- ensenada hackerspace (norte lab)
- taller de electrónica para artistas
- the hacker ethic
hacker meetings, workshops & spaces
- tequila valley
kindle unexploited features and jailbreaking
screensavers, fonts, usb networking
game boy flash cartridge, lsdj, chiptunes
- unity sucks
- shuttleworth boxing the project in, à la steve jobs
- what was so bad with gnome3?
an improvement but just too young
probably lacks a lot of historical functions that most people in ubuntu haven't realized it needs
on openbsd & freebsd will have to wait for eventual kernel mode setting
al quaeda security measures
hermanos calderón - el camian http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uy3wchqmze
little-scale - demons that devour human flesh http://www.lazerscale2010.com/track.php?id=55
sonido lasser drakar - visions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kjdCJgFM1I
Comment #1 posted on 2011-05-29T20:29:53Z by BadCam
Great shows guys.
You're a laugh a minute. I like it. You're the two funniest people in Linux podcasting.
Comment #2 posted on 2011-05-31T23:53:00Z by claudiom
It's obvious that this along with the previous episode had some good content and I was eager to listen to them. However, it was very difficult for me to listen to the last 2 episodes because of the extreme panning done on the voices. This doesn't work very well with voice recordings because we don't naturally hear conversations split that way in real life. Unfortunately, this meant that I had to skip these two episodes.
IIRC, Skype Call Recorder does end up doing this to the recording (I remember going through this with Linux Basement). The solution for me was to import the audio to Audacity (you can use any audio editor, of course), split the channels, and then pan them accordingly so they were only slightly panned from one another. I kindly ask that you please consider this in your future episodes. The quality of the audio isn't much of an issue as it's obvious the content is good, but the extreme panning becomes a distraction from the good content.
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