[Hpr] So, since I am overdue...

dg dg at deepgeek.us
Tue Oct 29 11:30:15 PDT 2013


The one on decommissioned android phones looks really good, you know I
already wanted to hear the btrfs one.

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DG

On Sat, 26 Oct 2013 21:18:35 -0400
epicanis+hpr at dogphilosophy.net wrote:

> > I've been trying to decide what I
> > should do.  If you'll indulge me a moment, I have a couple of ideas
> > that I've been tossing around, and would like to see if either of
> > them "stick to the wall" as it were:
> 
> I find myself in a similar situation lately.  I've actually been
> keeping a page online with all the show ideas I'm thinking of trying
> to do in hopes that one of them will suddenly turn out to be REALLY
> interesting to people so that I can focus on it instead of puttering
> around with all of them until I manage to spontaneously get some
> momentum on one at random.[1]
> 
> In general, I get the impression that just about anything that
> involves some sort of "system" (and therefore can be subjected to
> some form of "hacking") is perfectly acceptable as a topic, and some
> of the more popular episodes have been the ones that have nothing to
> do with computers. "eCigs" strike me as a similarly
> unexpected-but-completely-appropriate topic.
> 
> I PERSONALLY wouldn't be all that interested in music reviews, unless
> the description of the episode suggested that the reviews would just
> happen to cover a style I liked (I'm finding it irritatingly
> difficult to find really good "techno"-oriented music that is NOT
> "Ambient" or "Trance" for a change, for example...), however I
> suspect there are plenty of others that would be interested
> regardless of whether it involves an Epicanis-approved genre. :-)
> 
> [1] http://hpr.dogphilosophy.net/?page_id=2 in case anyone wants to
> take the invitation to digitally kick me in the butt on one topic or
> another...





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