Issue #2 of "The Lunduke Journal" is out!
In this issue:
- The Best VGA DOS Games
- How to run a DOS Web Server
- A Disco suit for Paper Doll Tux
- Nerdy Cross Stitch & Color-by-Number
- Other nerdy fun!
Subscribers can grab the digital issue right here:
Current perks for becoming a Supporter of The Lunduke Journal. (There's a bunch. From books to exclusive Linux Sucks videos and regular publications.)
The Lunduke Journal. Super Serious Tech.
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Try a Color-By-Number of the very first arcade video game ever made: Computer Space!
In the current issue of The Lunduke Journal:
What if Tux the Penguin (the Linux mascot)... was a paper doll?
What if you could dress Tux however you like?
In the debut issue of The Lunduke Journal... you can make that dream a reality.
Grab the DRM-Free issue right here:
The Lunduke Journal issue #1 is available for download!
In this issue: History of Computer BBS's + How to Set up your own!
Plus Nerdy Crafts!
- Paper Doll Tux the Penguin (seriously)
- Nerdy Cross Stitch
- Color-by-Number of the first arcade video game
"Linux for Hank" -- A book about Linux... that you can read to a two year old.
The digital version (in both PDF and CBZ formats -- DRM free, naturally) is available as a perk (one of many) for everyone who subscribes to The Lunduke Journal.
Back in 2016 I was lucky enough to do a live show with guest appearances from Richard Stallman, author Piers Anthony, and then head of Red Hat Jim Whitehurst.
So much fun.
I recorded a commentary track for it as a perk for my subscribers on Locals.
Luckily there were some really fun, usable clips.
I have stitched all of those together (roughly 17 minutes worth) and am presenting them as “Linux Sucks 2019 - The Lost Recordings".
This massive (yet fun) trainwreck is available for everyone who is a member of my Locals community (one of the many perks). Click the link below, sign up (if you haven't already), and enjoy. :)
- Significant portions of the video were lost.
- The entire slide deck was lost (seriously).
- I had two of my kids with me (3 and 8) as my wife was at home with our newborn – and my 3 year old managed to get into several portions of the video (and audio)… being as I don't want to publish widely distributed video of my kids, those chunks became totally unusable.
- Add to that the fact that some portions of the show just went off the rails anyway… Whew! What a mess! What can ya do, eh? :)
Linux Sucks 2019 - "The Lost Recordings"
Aka: The Great Trainwrek!
In 2019, I did a live show called “Linux Sucks: In Space". (The most recent -- as of that point -- installment of the Linux Sucks series, which has been viewed millions of times over the last few years.)
That 2019 show was a total trainwreck. In nearly every conceivable way.
GNOME vs. KDE
Windows ME vs. Gentoo Linux
A comic strip. About a computer virus. The world needs more stuff like that right now. (The comic, not the virus.)
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