Ask Lunduke is a weekly podcast where the community can ask any question they like… and I (attempt to) answer them.
This episode is available via Podcast RSS feed, LBRY, Patreon, and YouTube. Links on the left.
Topics on Ask Lunduke this week:
Why does closed source software exist?
How can we fix WHOIS?
Would a Star Trek Land be more popular than Disney's Star Wars Land?
What OS would I use if Linux didn't exist?
How important were games to the evolution of computers?
How would I have delivered podcasts in the early days of computers?
If I created my own Linux distribution… what would I name it?
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