Thursday, May 28th, at 7pm (Pacific) I will be unveiling the biggest, baddest, most ridiculous show I can possibly put on while stuck inside my house.


Linux Sucks 2020

Join grumpy old man, Bryan Lunduke, as he gives Linux a piece of his mind. A long overdue, well deserved tongue lashing. We're not talking about some minor slap on the wrist here. No, sir. As a wise man once said, “This is going to suck more than anything has sucked before.”

Yeah. It's time. Linux Sucks is back.

This will be the first Linux Sucks recorded without a live audience (grumble stupid virus grumble). I make up for it by giving Linux the biggest What-For in human history.

But this will not be a single-show evening! Oh, no! This is a Double-Feature, baby!

Before Linux Sucks 2020 hits your screen, I will present the following show that I have been wanting to do for a long, long time – and that has been rejected by every conference and festival from here to Timbuktu.

Awesome Masculinity

Awesome Masculinity, Computers, and You.

We've all heard the term “Toxic Masculinity”… but what about Awesome Masculinity? Let's take a whirlwind tour through some of the most awesomely nerdy men, with their awesome manliness, that have helped make the computing world extra awesome. And manly.

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