Fork off you utter cad.

We actually have a correction! Yes I know it's hard to believe but we do. Good friend of the show Shane Marks gives us the name of the Microsoft Surface guy that Pete was so desperately searching for last episode.

We kick off with a discussion about Cyanogen becoming a $7 Million company but is that bad news for someone else? (Guillaume Lesniak's marathon post.) Germany says "Nein" to Microsoft and start handing out it's own flavour of Ubuntu. But Pete enthuses about Firefox for crappy Windows 8.

Android and iOS release a version of BBM but then Blackberry announce they're shedding 40% of their workforce!

Archie Woof, woof
Yes we have some content this episode. Something about sysctl being depreciated or something?

It began in South Africa

I hate your blog
Our Swiss correspondent Beni suggested pump.io it's all his fault so don't blame us.

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OggCamp at Liverpool
19th & 20th October
Venue: LJMU Art & Design Academy,
Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, L3 5RB

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The forum is down! Matt has no idea when he will fix it, in fact he's not sure he wants to. :-(

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Show length: 01:58:33

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Interlude Music 2: Almost given up by: Love Shadow
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Interlude Music 3: Overjoy Dub by: PistONE
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Interlude Music 4: Un monde parfait by: Bézèd'h
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Interlude Music 5: La tempestad by: Emilio Pineda
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Interlude Music 6: Second chanceby: DJ Epsilon
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It began in South Africa: It began in South Africa by: Andre Hugo
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Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
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Grandma's Tights.

"Ground control to Major Tom, take your protein pills and put your helmet on." Yep we start off in space as we hear about a really cool Open Source project that lets you run your own experiments on a satellite in space for the pathetic amount of £78.00!

Clearly Microsoft listens to the show as they waited for the day after we recorded EP58 to announce the retirement of Steve Ballmer. Staying with the MS theme for a moment we discuss the proposed purchase of NOKIA and the fact that dear old Steve looks totally shagged out.

Yet another tiny PC hits the market and the guys believe the best place for one of these is under the TV. "Have a break, have a KITKAT" yep Android announces its next release will be named after the favourite chocolate bar.

Who's that at the backdoor? It will come as no surprise to learn Windows 8 apparently has a back door capability according to the German government who are saying "Nein!" to what has been termed the 'Sales Challenged' operating system.

So you like to do your own mashups of songs on Spotify do you? Well maybe not for much longer as The Ministry of Sound threaten to sue because of naughty users building playlists not in the order set out on the original CD's.

During the feedback we talk about the breaking news of the Galaxy Watch. We could have edited it to the warming up section but left it where it is as we're too lazy to do a professional job.

Archie Woof, woof

It began in South Africa

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OggCamp at Liverpool
19th & 20th October
Venue: LJMU Art & Design Academy,
Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, L3 5RB

TDTRS Forum
The forum is down! Matt has no idea when he will fix it, in fact he's not sure he wants to. :-(

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Show length: 01:15:40

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Interlude Music 4: Un monde parfait by: Bézèd'h
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Interlude Music 5: La tempestad by: Emilio Pineda
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Interlude Music 6: Second chanceby: DJ Epsilon
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It began in South Africa: It began in South Africa by: Andre Hugo
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Requiem for UbuntuEdge

Well who'd have thought it? We hear all about Matt's secret past and how he can do you a mean session with some curling tongs and a blow through! No cookies for you. Matt tells us all about IAB wanting Firefox to pack it in giving people the ability to stop tracking software.

Following on from our last episode where the virtues of using TOR was discussed Pete brings us some news that a judge in Carolina has ruled that IP cloaking is illegal with the team suggesting someone beat him with a clue stick.

Archie Woof, woof

It began in South Africa

What can we say? UbuntuEdge

The Telegraph 10th August 2013
arstechnica 13th August 2013
indeigogo Choose your Goals
A message from Mark Shuttleworth
Xubuntu says no to Mir.

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Ohio Linux Fest (Choose your audio format)

Minecraft Night at the Victoria and Albert Hall
London 30th August.

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Show length: 01:50:54

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Interlude Music 2: Almost given up by: Love Shadow
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Interlude Music 3: Overjoy Dub by: PistONE
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Interlude Music 4: Un monde parfait by: Bézèd'h
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Interlude Music 5: La tempestad by: Emilio Pineda
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Interlude Music 6: Second chanceby: DJ Epsilon
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It began in South Africa: It began in South Africa by: Andre Hugo
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It began in South Africa Interval: Lacrimosa - Requiem by: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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The man with no name.

So this may very well be our last show once SIS has listened to it. Pete and Matt welcome on-board the bus FreakyClown who later on in the show will be telling us how the Internet filters that the UK government is trying to implement are pretty pointless if you use such things as TOR browser.

Matt starts us off with an item about chromecast, the new dongle TV thingy everyone is raving about. Freaky and Pete are pretty so-so about it to be honest probably the best part is the cool Segway Pete does into the item about the MS surface and how it has lost shed loads of money

"Open source computer anybody?" The guys rip to pieces Intel's latest $200 offering in the guise of the rasberry pi. Not only is some of the hardware pretty old it is woefully underpowered for the pricetag compared to some equipment currently on the market. Having said that, during the "It began in South Africa" section of the show Pete comes up with a novel use for the Intel board.

Archie Woof, woof

It began in South Africa
Originally the team was going to be skipping this section but Matt desperate to see Pete rant goaded him into talking about the daily update he has been running for the Ubuntu Edge.

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So here it is folks section you have all been waiting for, the team tell you how to be hated by the UK prime minister by using simple methods to circumvent ISP filters the government is trying to make mandatorily.

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OggCamp at Liverpool
19th & 20th October
Venue: LJMU Art & Design Academy,
Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, L3 5RB

TDTRS Forum
The forum is down! Matt has no idea when he will fix it, in fact he's not sure he wants to. :-(

Freedom hating MP3 68.06MB
Freedom loving OGG 60.06MB

Show length: 01:39:49

Interlude Music 1: Ma poupée by: David TMX
Licensed Under: CC-BY-ND

Interlude Music 2: Almost given up by: Love Shadow
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Interlude Music 3: Overjoy Dub by: PistONE
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Interlude Music 4: Un monde parfait by: Bézèd'h
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Interlude Music 5: La tempestad by: Emilio Pineda
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Interlude Music 6: Second chanceby: DJ Epsilon
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It began in South Africa: It began in South Africa by: Andre Hugo
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Feedback Music: Typewriter song by: Leroy Anderson
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Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
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Matt's shower fan club.

It seems to be a trademark of the show that we can't record an episode without some sort of failure. So in keeping with this you will find that the last 20 minutes was recorded on a totally different device.

The H is closing, we discuss this sad announcement and contemplate that Fab of Linux Outlaws is now an out of work bum and offer advice on a new potential career choice for him.

"Oi, that thing you just printed is mine!" a copyright drama has reached the 3D printing world. The owner of some code says that the licence he holds extends to the objects produced? The team would especially like some qualified feedback on this one. ITunes has reached its billionth podcast feed listing. While Pete seems to think this is an interesting fact Matt is totally unimpressed and has this weird idea that iTunes is not the only way to download your favourite show!

Hooray for Proxmox! Matt and Pete discuss the new Spice ad-on but really are just glad of the opportunity to tell everyone of their love for Proxmox. And finally Matt tells Pete's how to defeat a patent in just 15 minutes.

Archie Woof, woof

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Well where do we start? OMG the Ubuntu forums have been hacked! how can this happen? While canonical insist that none of their business systems is affected we're not so sure?

"Loan us $32 million won't you?" Yes you guessed it, we discuss the Ubuntu edge but as you would expect we're less than impressed both in terms of the hardware and the way the funds are being raised.

Tig's linky: http://m.guardian.co.uk/technology/2013/jul/23/ubuntu-edge-crowdfunding-analysis

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OggCamp at Liverpool
19th & 20th October
Venue: T.B.A.

TDTRS Forum
The forum is down! Matt has no idea when he will fix it, in fact he's not sure he wants to. :-(

Freedom hating MP3 57.09MB
Freedom loving OGG 63.00MB

Show length: 01:24:16

Interlude Music 1: Ma poupée by: David TMX
Licensed Under: CC-BY-ND

Interlude Music 2: Almost given up by: Love Shadow
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Interlude Music 3: Overjoy Dub by: PistONE
Licensed Under: Art Libre

Interlude Music 4: Un monde parfait by: Bézèd'h
Licensed Under: BY-NC-SA

Interlude Music 5: La tempestad by: Emilio Pineda
Licensed Under: BY-NC-SA

Interlude Music 6: Second chanceby: DJ Epsilon
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It began in South Africa: It began in South Africa by: Andre Hugo
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Feedback Music: Typewriter song by: Leroy Anderson
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Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
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