Promotion and celebrity
25th February 2008: Season 5 Episode 12 : 86.36
- Your Shipment of Chris has arrived. Chris Procter, the most recent addition to the presenter roster, has some pretty strong views on various technical subjects; we challenge his viewpoints on servers and programming (1.15) [Discuss this segment in the LugRadio forums]
- The results of the Pimp My LugRadio competition! Our winner, who provided the best thing for promoting LugRadio, is Sean Ellis: Sean wins an Asus Eee PC! You can see all the entries at the Pimp My LugRadio page; marvel at Sean's winning entry, and at all the others! (19.55)
- Some more details about the upcoming LugRadio Live USA 2008, April 12th-13th, San Francisco -- registration is now open, and you should buy a ticket now! (23.41)
- The cult of celebrity: is there something separating those well-known people who hack on open source software and those who don't have their names in the limelight? We don't think so (39.23) [Discuss this segment in the LugRadio forums]
- We receive a plaintive and heartfelt cry for help from Aza Raskin: see lugradio.org/hat for more details and our latest competition, in which you can win the LugRadio Finger of God! (56.12)
- Your emails to the show: this week, you (and we) are talking about the Tuxcast podcatcher, other podcasts, Tunapie, a browser for internet radio and TV streams, your thoughts on whether WriteRoom is a good idea (and Pyroom, a clone for Linux), previous winners of the exclusive LugRadio t-shirts (if you won one, take a picture of yourself and blog about it!), technical support as per our previous discussion, fear of chins, and how much to pay for software (62.08)
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Thanks to EfficientPC for donating the EEE PC for us to review and then give away in our competition!
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