February 4th, 2020 | 25 mins 54 secs
a cloud guru, brave, cyber speaks live, duncan mcalynn, education, infosec, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, linux academy, mysudo, operandis, osint, phoner, privacy, rabbithole, security, vpn
Wes and Ell sit down with Duncan McAlynn to discuss what mistakes we might all be making that could be putting our privacy and security at risk.
January 21st, 2020 | 51 mins 21 secs
ars, ars technica, brain pickings, brunch with brent, bsd, code, coding, community, extras, gadfly, interview podcast, jim salter, jupiter broadcasting, leader, licensing, linus, linus torvalds, linux, navy, nebula, open source, stoicism, techsnap, the cathedral and the bazaar, vpn, zfs
Brent sits down with Jim Salter, co-host of Jupiter Broadcasting's TechSNAP and technology reporter at Ars Technica. We explore his relationship with computers via the US Navy, when code has it's place in either proprietary or open source licensing, the value in being a social gadfly, and Jim's motivations behind his writing and who he is hoping to reach and inspire.
January 10th, 2020 | 13 mins 59 secs
a cloud guru, cloud key, ethernet, firewall, firmware, hardware, hardware upgrades, home assistant, home networking, internet, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, linksys, linux, low power computing, modernization, networking, open source, open source firmware, poe, power over ethernet, raspberry pi, router, router firmware, self hosted, self-hosted, single board computers, throughput, tomato, ubiquiti, unifi, unifi controller, vpn, wifi, wireguard, wrt54g
Join Alex and Brent for a chat about upgrading your home network with an eye towards stability, simplicity, and hosting things yourself.
October 3rd, 2019 | 28 mins 52 secs
cloud, containers, dns, docker, hosted, json, jupiter broadcasting, kubernetes, letsencrypt, linux, nginx, pfsense, pi, port, port forward, port forwarding, proxy, raspberry pi, reverse proxy, router, routing, self-hosted, selfhosted, server, ssh, tls, traefik, vpn, wireguard
Chris, Alex, and Wes talk about reverse proxies, internal routing, and some popular methods to make it all work.