In the coming days I will be deleting a few On-Line accounts (like this one).
Want to be sure to get my content (or chat with me)? Here's the places where I'll be:
Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You.
This was originally released as an exclusive perk for Lunduke.Locals.com subscribers. But the topic is incredibly important.
So it's now free for everyone.
Watch it for free on Odysee:
The Case Against the Fediverse
(Mastodon, StatusNet, Librem Social, etc.)
With "Linux Sucks 2021" fast approaching, now seems like a good time to see how Linux royally sucked in 2020!
Watch "Linux Sucks 2020" on Odysee:
Want to watch the 2021 edition when it first comes out? Subscribe right here:
Twitter is dying. I'm already off YouTube.
Want to be sure to stay up to date on what I'm doing -- and interact with me and the rest of the community?
You'll want to sign up at Lunduke.Locals.com.
Exclusive books, videos, and more await you.
"Mozilla gives $100k to fund Antifa email" - March, 2018
Hooooo-doggy. That one got me yelled at!
"Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You" is now available for subscribers of The Lunduke Journal!
Not part of The Lunduke Journal family yet? Now seems like a pretty gosh darned good time to join!
A presentation rejected by every Tech conference from here to Timbuktu...
Is finally happening.
"Awesome Masculinity, Computers, & You."
Next Monday, December 28.
Only for subscribers of The Lunduke Journal:
Merry Christmas Eve y'all!
Because you've been a good nerd this year, here's a little gift:
Issue #2 of The Lunduke Journal is free to download!
Paper doll of Tux the Penguin. Color by number Bill Gates. Articles and comics about DOS. Nerdy & happy.
Give the gift of a digital subscription and membership to The Lunduke Journal this Christmas!
- Super nerdy (retro computing, Linux, nerdy crafts)
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It's basically a great big virtual hug.
I'm the new CEO of Apple. What should I do?
Did Linux get boring?
During Linux Sucks 2019, I dared an audience to hack into my Windows 3.11 PC or my DOS powered BBS.
Nobody ever did. ;)
If you haven't seen that show yet, you can get it over at Lunduke.Locals.com as one of the (many) exclusive perks.
Magazines should have more screenshots of Haiku.
... The Lunduke Journal sure does. :)
Check out Issue #3 for a list of super awesome features that Linux could use to borrow from other Operating Systems.
Including Haiku / BeOS.
@zachdecook Please delete this. The Lunduke Journal is supported by subscriptions. Posting the link here erodes that and encourages advertising and tracking.
Core Dumps. They happen.
It's a fact of life.
Now that fact is immortalized on a T-Shirt. Grab yours over at The Lunduke Store.