The Lunduke Journal is a regular, online publication focusing on both old and new computing. Written articles, comic strips, audio podcasts, and video episodes – produced by Bryan Lunduke.

Bryan Lunduke used to be a…

  • Technology Executive – with fancy titles like “Vice President of Technology” and “Director of Engineering” for multiple software firms.
  • Technology Journalist – writer for Network World and Deputy Editor for Linux Journal.
  • Technology Marketeer – Director of Marketing for Purism, Linux marketing guy for SUSE.
  • Software Engineer – Big companies and startups… I've coded for more than a few.

Nowadays Lunduke writes and produces articles, videos, and audio podcasts right here at the Lunduke Journal.

If you want to get ahold of Lunduke, email is the best bet.

Contact: bryan@lunduke.com

Lunduke In The News

Sometimes Lunduke reports the news. Sometimes Lunduke is the news. Life is weird that way. Below is a highly incomplete, in-progress collection of articles and radio/TV apearances involving Lunduke. More will be added when Lunduke finds the time.

Der Standard (Austrian Daily Newspaper) - June, 2020 - “Linux sucks”: Why the free operating system still doesn't stand a chance on the desktop

Slashdot - June, 2020 - Bryan Lunduke Explains Why Linux Sucks in 2020

Linux Journal - October, 2018 - Bryan Lunduke Is New Linux Journal Deputy Editor

SUSE Press Release - November, 2017 - Lunduke Makes Return to Journalism

Breaking Mysterious (TV Show from H2) - October, 2017 - Season 1, Episode 1 - “The Watchers”

FOSSBytes (Online Free Software Publication) - March, 2017 - Linux Sucks — The Latest And Last From Bryan Lunduke

Coast to Coast AM (Radio) - November, 2016 - Pokémon Go Revelations

Fade to Black (Radio) - November, 2016 - The CIA, NSA and Pokemon Go

OpenSource.com - April, 2016 - Interview - Open source geeks in a world of silos

Slashdot - May, 2014 - Interview with Bryan Lunduke

F.A.Q.:

Q: Can my company advertise with The Lunduke Journal?

A: It doesn't hurt to ask! Lunduke is picky about what sort of companies can sponsor the work here (you'll never find credit card or pharmaceutical companies sponsoring The Lunduke Journal). If you feel like your company or organization would make sense to partner with The Lunduke Journal, simply drop Lunduke an email and strike up a conversation.

Some present and past advertisers on The Lunduke Journal include: Linode, Lulzbot 3D Printers, Pogo Linux, and System 76.

Q: Does Lunduke do live appearances?

A: Sure does! Lunduke tries to do at least one live audience show each year (sometimes more). Those will typically be announced as far ahead of time as possible for folks to make travel arrangements.