July 10th, 2022 | 58 mins 6 secs
13 minutes to the moon, apollo 11, apollo 13, arduino, augmented reality, australia, automotive industry, aws government cloud, brent gervais, brunch with brent, cassini, community, containerization, curiosity rover, deep space network, elastic search, embedded linux, extras, f prime, flight software, fry's electronics, github, guerilla team, hardware, impostor syndrome, ingenuity, interview podcast, jet propulsion laboratory, jpl, jupiter broadcasting, linux, mars, mars helicopter, matplotlib, mentorship, mining, mining automation, nasa, ontario, open source, perseverance rover, python, raspberry pi, robotics, software, solaris, space mining, spacecraft, students, sudbury, sun microsystems, synology nas, systems engineer, the expanse, vm ware, vx works
Brent sits down with Tim Canham, Senior Software Engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. We explore topics including the hardware and software powering NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter; JPL's switch from Solaris to Linux; the open source projects, tools, and philosophy at JPL, ...and more.
June 19th, 2022 | 1 hr 18 mins
adventure, alexander graham bell, austin rover, autonomous vehicles, big data, brent gervais, brunch with brent, cambridge university, camper, camper van, chambéry, community, computer scientist, computer vision, data capitalism, discomfort zone, displaylink, dog-walking lifestyle, douglas adams, dvorak, electric vehicles, entrepreneur, extras, french alps, gadget-love, hang gliding, imagination, innovation, intellectual cross-fertilisation, intellectual property, interview podcast, invention, jupiter broadcasting, learning, linux, machine learning, martin king, mentorship, motor home, ndiyo, open source, paragliding, patent economics, patent maintenance, patents, privacy, profession obsolescence, quentin stafford-fraser, quentinsf, qwerty, raspberry pi, richard dawkins, rv, scuba diving, self-driving, sherry with brent, sky diving, software programming, sparcstation, speech recognition, star trek, t9, telemarq
Brent sits down with Dr Quentin Stafford-Fraser, computer scientist, serial-entrepreneur, inventor (perhaps) of the webcam, Augmented Reality Ph.D. who ran the very first web server at the University of Cambridge, among much more. We explore topics including computer science as an art-form, the origins of the Raspberry Pi and T9 predictive text, philosophies around innovation and invention, challenging the patent system, and more.
April 4th, 2022 | 26 mins 7 secs
alphabet, conundrum, dallas, dfw, drones, elon musk, fedora, forth worth, google, matthew miller, nvidia, texas, trezor, twitter takeover, wing
Chris's thoughts on Linux's NVIDIA conundrum, Elon's takeover of Twitter, MailChimp's insider hack, and the Google Drones taking off in Texas.
March 31st, 2022 | 1 hr 49 mins
The Unplugged team holds a live event with a special guest, your questions, and we give away a lot of Bitcoin sats!
February 2nd, 2022 | 25 mins 56 secs
satoshionaire, satoshis, who wants to be a millionaire
Brent's in the hot seat and plays to win 1000 Satoshis, while Wes adds a little color commentary.
January 18th, 2022 | 44 mins 39 secs
activision blizzard, apple, coinbase nft marketplace, crypto.com hack, ethereum, gaming, intel low-voltage bitcoin mining asic, mastercard, microsoft, smartphone market, xbox game pass, youtube original content
We react to Microsoft gobbling up yet another game studio, chat about Crypto.com's recent $15M hack, the massive failure YouTube just admitted, and a few personal crew stories.
January 13th, 2022 | 27 mins 38 secs
battery overheating, battleborn, bonded lte connections, denver, ford, jupiter broadcasting, linode, lithium, max transit, mobile podcasting, peplink, pepwave, road trip, rode procaster, rv life, rv living, salt lake city, seattle, solar, sync files with vps, syncthying, triton, v10, victron, wireguard
Our road trip machine is loaded up from solar to networking, the tech that made working, living, and recording from the road possible for 44 days and over 2,200 miles.
January 11th, 2022 | 39 mins 3 secs
denver road trip, levi, system76
During our summer road trip to Denver we had the microphone's recording and captured some great moments.
January 4th, 2022 | 1 hr 26 mins
bitcoin, docker, endlessos, jellfin, qubesos, self-hosting, ubuntu web
It's a casual community hangout, and we spin the Wheel of Topics. From what Linux does worst, our thoughts on EndlessOS, Ubuntu Web Remix, QubesOS, Brent's adventures with JellyFin, and why Linux will ultimately dominate all operating. systems in 20 years.
December 21st, 2021 | 10 mins 8 secs
dark mode, elementary os 6.1, elementary store, flathub, flatpak, free desktop spec
Big internal process improvements have resulted in a major new version of elementary OS hot on the heals of the previous release. Find out why 6.1 is a lot more than just a number.
December 6th, 2021 | 24 mins 31 secs
bitcoin, cashapp, cryptocurrency, miamicoin
Taken from Monday's Coder live stream, Chris reacts to discovering that the city of Miami has its own crypto coin. As the conversation goes on it turns into a broader discussion about how cryptocurrency gets a bad reputation, and why that reputation is completely divorced from the reality of the technology.
October 5th, 2021 | 24 mins 1 sec
clip, contest, debian, fedora, gaming, gentoo, linus tech tips, linux switch, luke, pop, wan show
Our virtual LUG of experts had a lot to say about the Linus Tech Tips Switch to Linux challenge. We recap what is going on, how it could go wrong, and what we hope happens.
July 24th, 2020 | 42 mins
be bold, brunch with brent, carl richell, community, emma marshall, extras, hardware, interview podcast, jeremy soller, jupiter broadcasting, lfnw, linux, linuxfest northwest, open firmware, open source, pop!_os, spacex, system76
Brent sits down with Carl Richell, Founder and CEO of System76. We explore the people, passion, and culture behind the scenes, learn of young Carl, the early years of building a Linux-focused hardware business, how today System76 fuels a tiny piece of SpaceX, and more.
Carl's Community Ask: Be Bold.
June 19th, 2020 | 39 mins 32 secs
arch, brunch with brent, calamares, chakra, community, developer, extras, flatpak, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kdemod, linux, linux unplugged, manjaro, open source, philip muller, philip müller, pi-hole, pine64, pinebook, pinephone, popey, privacy, snap, snapcraft, tuxedo, ubuntu, wimpy, xfce
Brent sits down with Philip Müller, Co-Founder and Lead Developer of Manjaro, and CEO at Manjaro GmbH & Co. KG. We explore the formation and evolution of Manjaro as a Linux distribution, the development of past and recent hardware partnerships, cross-distribution collaborations, and what's inspiring Philip in the next 5 years.
May 22nd, 2020 | 49 mins 3 secs
art of manliness, brogrammer, brunch with brent, community, core boot, extras, foss, four essential freedoms, free software, freenode, heads, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kyle rankin, librem 15, librem 5, librem key, linux, linux journal, open source, privacy, pureos, purism, safety razor, security, social purpose corporation, surveillance capitalism, wayback machine
Brent sits down with Kyle Rankin, Chief Security Officer and Vice President at Purism and former Tech Editor and columnist at Linux Journal. We explore his 10+ years with Linux Journal, as well as Purism's culture, ideals, product design and engineering philosophies, and more.
April 21st, 2020 | 34 mins 38 secs
apps community, brunch with brent, chaoss, community, extras, flatpak, gnome, interview podcast, itrenew, jupiter broadcasting, kde, kubernetes, linux, linux app summit, open compute project, open source, snap, sri, sri ramkrishna
Brent sits down with Sri Ramkrishna, seasoned GNOME community member, founder of Linux App Summit, and Principle Ecosystems Engineer at ITRenew. We discuss his experiences in the GNOME community since 1998, the value of building relationships across communities, the increasing importance of non-technical roles in open source projects, and more.