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Yeah, baby.

Matt Hartley is back.

Get your Linux-y questions and topics in now with the hashtag .

Yeah, baby.

Matt Hartley is back.

Get your Linux-y questions and topics in now with the hashtag .

I bought and plugged Echo in tonight
And she hears every whisper of each quiet conversation
She streams a song, then books a flight
Her LEDs reflect the stars that guide me toward salvation
I stopped an old man along the way
Hoping to find some old forgotten words to reclaim privacy
He turned to me as if to say
"Foolish boy, it's listening to you!"

If I can get 2,141 more subscribers on LBRY... I'll have the most subscribed to channel on LBRY. I just decided I want that.

Help me get there and I'll bring back . ;)

open.lbry.com/@Lunduke#e

Cool.

My channel is the #4 most subscribed on LBRY.

And my buddy, @gbryant? He's nipping right at my heels in the #5 position.

Help Gardiner defeat me. Follow him here:

open.lbry.com/@TheLinuxGamer#f

The Register covered my article announcing @linuxjournal closing and included a number of quotes from my first goodbye that add extra context. theregister.co.uk/AMP/2019/08/

I can't speak for the rest of the @linuxjournal archive, but I own the decade+ worth of articles I wrote. A lot of them are just as relevant today (I refer to them myself quite often). Would anyone be interested in some kind of "Best of Hack and /" polished and updated compilation?

I'm so sorry to say it, but today @linuxjournal closed down for good. As you can imagine we are all so sad that this is the end. You can read my final goodbye here:
linuxjournal.com/content/linux

Today Linux Journal shut its doors for good. All staff were laid off and the company is left with no operating funds to continue in any capacity... linuxjournal.com/content/linux

@lunduke
One day I was in my parents farm with my young nephew helping to get up a bunch of cows. We had them all up except a couple, but as we got them headed the right direction, we saw the entire herd getting out again. I yelled, "Dadgumit" and my nephew looked at me and repeated "Dadgumit!"
I looked at him and said, You know, it's a good thing that I don't cuss.
He said, "yeah."

Lunduke believes that real men do their best to not swear around women or children.

Lunduke believes that real men do not hit women or children. Ever. Under any circumstances.

Lunduke recognizes that some will take issue with that stance — Lunduke thinks that is weird.

Nobody is the villain in their own story.

Is there value in using social media, micro-blogging services (like Twitter, Librem Social, etc.) as a publishing platform for video creators?

Not to advertise the shows... to actually publish ON them?

Is that convenient?

Is that annoying?

Who knows! Let's find out!

Lunduke does not like masked, hooded mobs that beat people up.

Lunduke feels like this should not be a controversial opinion.

Older computers make Lunduke smile.

Lunduke likes smiling.

Lunduke thinks we should all feel comfortable speaking openly about who we are and what we believe -- without fear of being attacked.

Lunduke doesn't care who you are...
where you're from...
what you did...
as long as you love Lunduke.

Quick reminder: The pre-order price of the Librem 5 GNU/Linux powered smartphone goes up $50 at midnight tonight.

shop.puri.sm/shop/librem-5/

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