The Long Goodbye

I want to make this short and sweet. The days that follow will be filled with varied speculation I suspect. This happens anytime there is change afoot! But those who know me, know that I’m merely moving onto new exciting projects. As of today, I am no longer part of Jupiter Broadcasting. I enjoyed my … [Read more…]

Paying It Forward & Linux Photography

Regardless of your station in life, I’ve found there is one truth we can all relate to: What goes around, comes around. I was thrilled to see this happen with my successful T-Shirt campaign. As a result of everyone’s generosity, the community will see me pay it forward by using those funds to invest into … [Read more…]

Married and Amused Hiatus

No, the show’s not dead. But due to some new tasks that have come Amanda’s way, she’s going to be booked for the next few weeks. Once things have settled down, perhaps in June, the show will be back in all it’s glory!   Thanks everyone!

Visual Studio Code For Linux: What it Means

According to various sources, Linus Torvalds once said: “If Microsoft ever does applications for Linux it means I’ve won.” Well if this quote is in fact valid, then Linus has indeed won. In this article, we’ll examine whether or not the war was won or if this is merely a battle to prolong Microsoft’s reign … [Read more…]

Where the hell is HowTo Linux?

(No longer part of this project, see details here)   Nearly every day this month, I’ve received daily emails that look a lot like this one. Hey Matt, So I heard from Chris today that HowToLinux is coming really soon. I’m wondering just if that’s means May soon or June soon, because I know last … [Read more…]

Linux Freedom vs. Convenience

Without question, the past few years have been huge for the Linux desktop. From Docker containers to Valve’s Steam software making additional games available for Linux users, it’s been a wild ride. In this article, I want to touch on the sensitive subject of Linux freedom vs. Linux convenience. (Read the rest at Datamation.com)

Linux T-Shirt is HERE!

Linux T-Shirt is HERE! As promised, my FREEDOM Linux T-Shirt has launched and is available right now. After weeks of intensive trials, designs, quality checks and so forth…this is what we feel best represents Linux on our collective chests! If this shirt is successful, this little guy will become the brand for something amazing going … [Read more…]

If Windows Goes Open Source

Recently there has been concern surrounding the possibility that one day Windows could be open source. The previous CEO of Microsoft stated point blank that he viewed the concept of open source as a cancer. Is this about-face an indication that Microsoft has evolved and accepts that open source provides far greater value? Even more … [Read more…]

Teespring Shirt Update

Soon, most likely Monday….the T-Shirt will be unleashed onto Teespring. In the meantime, here are both sides of my “Fest-ready” postcard handouts…minus the completed url as I haven’t pushed the button on the campaign yet. My photo doesn’t do these cards justice. Amanda really outdid herself with these.

Desktop Linux Made Easy

Ask any casual Linux enthusiast whether Linux is easy to use and they’ll tell you once installed, it’s very simple to navigate. The problem with the Linux desktop in 2015 isn’t how easy the desktop environment(s) are to work with, but whether the applications provided are easy enough for the average user at a workstation. (Read … [Read more…]