[Hpr] Please more shows each day.

BK Navarette bknavarette at gmail.com
Sat Aug 28 08:19:32 PDT 2021


Never heard of it I'll check it out!Thanks

brian-in-ohio


On 8/28/21 11:15, Jason Dodd wrote:
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> The Hybrid Editor XE, of course.
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> https://github.com/sakachin2/XE
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>
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> On 8/28/21 11:04 AM, BK Navarette wrote:
>>
>> Emacs or VI????
>>
>> brian-in-ohio
>>
>> On 8/28/21 10:02, cobra2 via Hpr wrote:
>>> There are tons of shows out there. gnuworldorder, tllts, freebsd 
>>> now, 2.5 admins, late night Linux, anything else Joe puts together.. 
>>> These are just the tip of the iceberg.
>>>
>>>
>>> As far as political opinion goes, if you're hard core into the 
>>> conservative conspiracy theory. We welcome you with open arms and 
>>> ask politely that you not make waves when things are said that don't 
>>> agree with your ideology. We are here for the tech, not the 
>>> political horse shit.
>>>
>>> As for the multiple shows a day, you contribute one show a week.... 
>>> You can get an extra show a week.
>>>
>>>
>>> And my opinion of this whole thread is, " Good job troll".
>>>
>>> --cobra2
>>>
>>>
>>> -------- Original Message --------
>>> On Aug 28, 2021, 9:35 AM, BK Navarette < bknavarette at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>     4,000,000+ according to open source project
>>>     https://podcastindex.org/
>>>
>>>     brian-in-ohio
>>>
>>>     On 8/28/21 08:27, Mike Ray wrote:
>>>     >
>>>     > There are thousands upon thousands of shows out there. I
>>>     currently have
>>>     > about forty on my podcatcher.
>>>     >
>>>     > So there is something for me every day. And that is even now
>>>     when I
>>>     > delete most HPR podcasts without listening to them.
>>>     >
>>>     >
>>>     >
>>>     > On 28/08/2021 13:19, BK Navarette wrote:
>>>     >> Not sure what this is about but two things, make a show about
>>>     it, 2
>>>     >> listen to NoAgenda, 6 hours of fun a week
>>>     >>
>>>     >> brian-in-ohio
>>>     >>
>>>     >> also, theres 3000+ shows in the hpr backcatalog, so no need
>>>     to lament
>>>     >> the loss of that lossy jupiter broadcating
>>>     >>
>>>     >> or twit either. (spin right be damned!!!)
>>>     >>
>>>     >> On 8/28/21 08:12, e8hffff wrote:
>>>     >>> It's painful to only have one show a week day, and that's
>>>     double pain
>>>     >>> if only
>>>     >>> a short podcast.  I regularly start the day off with
>>>     listening to
>>>     >>> podcasts but
>>>     >>> recently I unsubscribed from a bigger creator (Jupiter
>>>     Broadcasting) for
>>>     >>> dishing on freedom fighters of COVID lockdowns, so, I'm now
>>>     lucky to
>>>     >>> have one
>>>     >>> show pop up a day to listen to.  Not enough. I can't see why
>>>     HPR is
>>>     >>> restricting the flow of information. It's crazy.  People can
>>>     limit
>>>     >>> themselves
>>>     >>> if they find they are overwhelmed.
>>>     >>>
>>>     >>> Cheers e8hffff.
>>>     >>>
>>>     >>>
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