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Hacker Public Radio new years eve show episode 3

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Part of the series: HPR New Year Show

Our community welcomes in every time zone to the New Year in this annual event.

HPR new years eve show episode 3

  • Carrie Fisher
  • voting / politics
  • heritages
  • Wikipedia for news
  • pizza gate
  • why we love Linux
  • text editors
  • forum fun
  • coffee is great
  • making money with free software
  • free software in the workplace
  • Single board computers

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Comment #1 posted on 2017-03-16T02:41:48Z by Clinton Roy

Aaaand I gave up on this one about twenty minutes in when birtherism came up. I really like the concept of the new year show, but it feels like it's gone completely off the rails.

Comment #2 posted on 2017-03-27T17:33:43Z by Ken fallon

Fact check Scotland brexit not 100%

Scotland has voted in favour of the UK staying in the EU by 62% to 38% - with all 32 council areas backing Remain.


Turnout in Scotland was 67%


Comment #3 posted on 2017-04-03T22:37:46Z by dodddummy

New Episode Title: Conspriacy Gate!

WOW! this show was something else. I didn't realize there were so many conspiracy wonks in the group.

Regarding the !00% figure on Scotland voting to remain, I think he was referring to 100% of the areas, not actual voters. I assume Ken's quote 'with all 32 council areas backing Remain.' confirms that.

Comment #4 posted on 2017-04-14T11:08:21Z by Frank

Windows on top

Windows actually supports the always-on-top function. It just has no GUI means of activating it. But some programs use it, most prominently media players.

There are third-party tools which make it available globally, such as Ac'tivAid, written by the staff of German computer magazine c't. A quick English installation guide is at
Ac'tivAid also brings other Linux-Goodies, such as drag a window with Alt+LMB.

Comment #5 posted on 2017-05-22T05:22:21Z by Ethan William

Thank you

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