How to hang with Lunduke On-Line

You can follow Lunduke on Twitter, and YouTube, and LinkedIn.

But, really, Lunduke doesn’t hang out on those sites much. Heck, Lunduke mostly uses Twitter to poke at Big Tech companies to try to make them grumpy. That makes Lunduke chuckle. Lunduke’s weird like that.

And, let’s be honest, it’s a ticking time bomb until those companies ban Lunduke. Lunduke says obvious, common sense things. And Big Tech companies absolutely hate that.

So how, exactly does one hang out and chat with Lunduke on the World Wide Inter-Tubes?

There are really only four places where Lunduke hangs out, reads comments, and chats with folk. If the entire Internet went away tomorrow, except for these four places (plus, Lunduke would be just fine with that.

This is the main hang out spot. Think of like the local soda shop in the 1950s. Or the arcade in the 1980s.

There are, at the time of this writing, well over 3 thousand nerds hanging out over on With no trolls, no politics, and always family friendly.

It is, in short, the happiest, nerdiest place on the Internet. Plus, subscribing there helps to support Lunduke’s work.

Seriously. Sign up for a free account and take a peek. It’s amazing.

Where is 100% politics free… revels in political-y stuff. It is a haven for Conservative Nerds to hang out and talk about politics (or anything, really) with like-minded folk.

Family friendly. No cursin’. Always focusing on being excellent to each other. Conservatives, Libertarians and Conservative-adjacent folks talking without any worry about being trolled. It’s amazing.

Not conservative-y? No worries! Head over to! That’s where the purely-nerdy, politics-free magic is at!

The House of Lunduke BBS

Telnet into

It’s an old-school, DOS-based BBS. Mostly for old BBS gaming (like TradeWars and LORD).

It’s fun. Lunduke doesn’t chat there much… but you can find Lunduke in a game and try to blow up his space ship! That’s cool too!


Lunduke never reads comments on YouTube. Not ever. Heck, Lunduke doesn’t even regularly post videos to YouTube!

But Lunduke does — at least sometimes — read comments over on Odysee. If you aren’t signing up over at (which you really, really, really should) you’ve gotta, at the very least, follow Lunduke on Odysee. It’s the bee’s knees of video (etc.) sites.

Chop chop!

Seriously. Lunduke is bound to get banned from YouTube and Twitter any day now. It seem inevitable. (We all know that Twitter and YouTube suck, anyway. Search your heart. You know it to be true.) So, if you want to take part in the fun pick one or two of those sites up there and give ’em a spin.

Bryan Lunduke

Former Deputy Editor for Linux Journal magazine. Former Technology Journalist for Network World. Former VP of Technology. Former Linux Marketing Director. Former Dishwasher.