New episode comes out on the 19th of February 2022.

Episode 103 - SoftMaker Office Professional 2021

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Episode 101 - Devart's DbForge Studio will come out 1st of January 2022 at 5pm CET.

Happy New Year to All of You

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Episode 101 - Devart's DbForge Studio will come out 1st of January 2022 at 5pm CET.

Happy New Year to All of You

Article:
blog.tsr-podcast.com

Audio:
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CREATE and DESTROY historical UNIX systems!

Are you curious what UNIX was like? Now you can experience it at unix50.org where you have complete control over your own UNIX system.

Episode 100 - UltraEdit will air on the 25th of December 2021

Take it as the coolest christmas/holiday/festive/ateist/pagan present of the year 🙂🙂

For those who might have thought I went away for good. ( even tough I mentioned it in various episodes leading up to episode 99 that I will switch to a possible per month distribution)

I already have 4x new episodes written and ready to be recorded.

P.s:

I could not keep up with the demand of pushing new content out every single Saturday non stop for the last 2 years while maintaining a full time job.

The Houston Computer History Museum is liquidating everything they have! If you are in the vicinity of Texas and enjoy old computers, go take a trip there and save a piece of history!

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HT to @catgoat for sharing.

I will not post or boost images without image descriptions.

Most Mastodon clients have an interface to describe an image when you toot. For example, in Tusky: attach the image, press the button in the lower right of the image, and choose Set caption. Repeat for each image.

Blind, low vision, and bandwidth-limited people rely on image descriptions. Thanks for including them!

"U is for Unix, lost in the night.
V is for vi, SIGKILLed in spite.

W is for Windows, wiped for BSD.
X is for Windows, stabbed in a spree..."

This will not end well... #dnsssecmastery2e

"A is for Apple, that you don't control,

B is for BeOS, lamented unknown."

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Major Linux RPM problem uncovered | ZDNet

Red Hat has used RPM for software package distribution for decades, but we now know RPM contained a nasty hidden security bug since Day One. It's now been unveiled and a repair patch has been submitted.

zdnet.com/article/major-linux-

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