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certainly entertaining and hopefully helpful we strive to cover the topics at the heart of the Linux gamer. From Proton to Vulkan, from Linux native to voiding the warranty. We discuss news and updates from the Linux community, our gaming habits and wanderings along with reviewing a game each week.
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Join the Kernels as they discuss the pros and cons of movies they force each other to watch. Featuring original songs, unique games, and some movie trivia for good measure - The Podcorn Kernels Podcast is the perfect blend of creativity, comedy, and criticism. Cosy on down, and enjoy the carnage spawned from the Kernels chaotic craniums. (Listeners beware... may contain spoilers and swears.)
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Rhythm & Brews

Andrew & Luke, Beer imbibers and music snoggers

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Rhythm and Brews is the craft beer and music pairing podcast. In each episode, we match beers to music in an attempt to make the beer taste better, but in reality, we use it mostly to force people to listen to our questionable music tastes. Featuring great guests from the UK and international beer scenes, including the likes of The Kernel, Wander Beyond Brew, Signature Brew, Yeastie Boys, Fullers and Pete Brown.
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We see the school of the future as a human-centered operating system. This is what we are building at Kubrio. If you are in the Kubrio community as a parent, a student, a team member or simply curious about what we are doing, check out our podcast. Whether you are part of the team or hoping to join, all you have to do is lend an ear. The Kernel brings you weekly updates, inspiring stories and unconventional wisdom from Kubrio's co-founders, team members, our amazing parents and students.
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The award-winning Story Pirates Podcast takes stories written by kids and turns them into sketch comedy and songs. Made up of talented comedians, songwriters, and frequent celebrity guests, the Story Pirates inspire kids to create, bringing laughter to kids and grownups of all ages with hilarious sketches, catchy original songs from all genres, and interviews with the creative geniuses behind the stories… kids!
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The Exploring Antinatalism Podcast is the world's first podcast dedicated to the subject of Antinatalism, created by Antinatalists! Antinatalism, (Or Anti-Natalism.) Is defined by Wikipedia as, “A philosophical position and social movement that assigns a negative value to birth.” The world of Antinatalism is very vast, and though most Antinatalists do share a kernel of the same core idea, what one Antinatalist believes from the next can be wildly different. What The Exploring Antinatalism Po ...
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But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
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Guy Raz interviews the world’s best-known entrepreneurs to learn how they built their iconic brands. In each episode, founders reveal deep, intimate moments of doubt and failure, and share insights on their eventual success. How I Built This is a master-class on innovation, creativity, leadership and how to navigate challenges of all kinds. New episodes on Mondays and Thursdays for free. Listen 1-week early and to all episodes ad-free with Wondery+ or Amazon Music with a Prime membership or ...
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Created and produced by parents of young children, WBUR's Circle Round adapts carefully-selected folktales from around the world into sound- and music-rich radio plays for kids ages 3-103. Each 15 to 25-minute episode explores important issues like kindness, persistence and generosity. And each episode ends with an activity that inspires a deeper conversation between children and grown-ups.
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Podcast about Craft Beer. I talk to guests from around the craft beer community - not just breweries. There will also be chances to WIN beer from some of the guests, so subscribe to be kept up-to-date!
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Ponders Over Popcorn is a podcast about movies! Every other week, Dora and Emily talk about a different movie they seen recently, and…ponder, if you will, over the movie’s themes and ideas. They discuss a wide variety of films (and make a wide variety of bad jokes) but always like to try and get at the heart of each movie. At the end of the episode, they explain what “kernel of truth” they took away from the movie they watched.
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VoidStar Podcast is series where we talk to the top class achievers in tech and take a peek at the secrets to their excellence. Ever wondered how the top achievers got that good? Are they gifted people with extra-terrestrial abilities or are they mere mortals who share several drawbacks with the rest of us? In this podcast, I talk to top class achievers in tech and try to uncover any patterns in their habits, routines and approach. The interview format is an informal conversation with the gu ...
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The Weird Snack Show by A+B Test Lab is a head first dive into the world of tasty and interesting snacks. Brent and Adrian, the hosts, are always looking to trying different types of foods from around the world. Anything prepackaged that they can get their hands on, they'll give it a shot.
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The Cyber Riddler is a podcast that discusses interesting topics in the field of information security. It explores different areas and situations in real-life cyber security engagements and activities. Episodes feature guests from different backgrounds such as hackers, security analysts, cyber security managers, bug bounty hobbyists and more.
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This podcast features weekly messages given during the Lord's Day morning ministry meeting at Pine Street Chapel. These messages are given by different brothers from week to week, as led by the Holy Spirit, and we pray that they will be an encouragement to you, wherever you are in your spiritual journey. Please visit www.PineStreetChapel.org to learn more about us. God bless you!
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Android Bytes (powered by Esper) is the podcast that dives deep into the engineering and business decisions behind the world’s most popular OS. https://www.esper.io Android powers over 3 billion devices worldwide and is the platform of choice for over a thousand companies. You’ll find Android on smartphones, tablets, watches, TV, cars, kiosks, and so much more. How does Google architect Android to run on so many form factors, and how do companies fork AOSP to make it run on even more devices ...
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The weekly Insurance Coffee House Podcast series is the place where you’ll be inspired by some of the most successful insurance business leaders on the planet. With each guest asked the same set of ten questions you’ll understand the recurring patterns and traits that make them successful. Covering morning routines, favourite success quotes and how they overcame their largest setbacks, they’ll give a personal insight in to what it takes to be a successful insurance business leader. This podc ...
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Dana Behling, researcher from Carbon Black, sharing their work on "Hunting Vulnerable Kernel Drivers." The Carbon Black Threat Analysis Unit (TAU) discovered 34 unique vulnerable drivers, six of which allow kernel memory access, accepting firmware access. TAU reported the issues to the vendors whose drivers had valid signatures at the time of disco…
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Dana Behling, researcher from Carbon Black, sharing their work on "Hunting Vulnerable Kernel Drivers." The Carbon Black Threat Analysis Unit (TAU) discovered 34 unique vulnerable drivers, six of which allow kernel memory access, accepting firmware access. TAU reported the issues to the vendors whose drivers had valid signatures at the time of disco…
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LinuxGaming #SteamDeck #GamingTech #LinuxPodcast Welcome to another riveting episode of Crowbar Kernel Panic, the premier podcast at the crossroads of Linux and gaming. In Episode 46, we're delving into the exciting world of the Steam Deck OLED. This episode is pre-recorded and will be available on YouTube, iTunes, and your favorite podcast apps. D…
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Today on the show I welcome back Doug Peltzman. A few years ago he made a major shift in his studio practice, essentializing his approach to surface design to create a new aesthetic. In our interview we talk about following the kernel of an idea, and re-engaging his customers after a major change in the studio. To see examples of his work visit www…
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This week C.J. and Kent talk about the opening of the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s hearings about our gerrymandered election maps, mental health in the UW system, and Evers’ use of an anonymous email. For the main topic they continue their discussion of Doveland, Wisconsin, a supposedly vanished town. They talk about some of the possible kernels of tr…
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On this episode of TWIL (243), Inkscape is celebrating 20 years of the project. The Linux Kernel has confirmed which version will be the next LTS. EndeavourOS just release a brand new version. Lock up your wallets because the 2023 Steam Autumn Sale just launched. All of this and more on this episode of This […]…
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Episode 261. It's that tomato time again! We continue our annual tradition of guessing the Rotten Tomatoes critics scores for upcoming movies from December 2023 through November 2024, our biggest and broadest list yet, covering major franchises, favorite directors, Oscar material, dumb fun action movies, sci-fi epics, musical numbers, and sad and s…
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Legal action against Star Blizzard's FSB operators. A critical Bluetooth vulnerability has been discovered. How the GRU faked celebrity videos in its Doppelgänger campaign. The persistence of Log4j vulnerabilities. Lack of encryption as a contributor to data loss. Supply chain breaches plague the energy sector. Our guest is Allan Liska, creator of …
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Unpacking LogoFAIL's threat to Windows and Linux. The US DHS's new healthcare cybersecurity strategy, and dual Russian influence campaigns. A look at supply chain risks, increased bot activity in retail, Meta's end-to-end encryption in Messenger and Android's Autospill vulnerability. On today’s Industry Voices segment, we welcome Todd Thorsen, CISO…
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The Story Pirates all decide to sue each other with the help of their lawyer Leonard Skeonard (Zach Cherry). Featuring two new stories: “The Alien That Discovered Banana Bread,” an electro pop song about an alien on another planet who discovers the greatest combination of ingredients ever, written by Eli, a 6 year old from Massachusetts, and “The B…
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Andrew Lacy is the co-founder and CEO of Prenuvo, a company offering full body scans that have the potential to detect disease early and before symptoms. When Andrew was introduced to radiologist Rajpaul Attariwala, he had already built and sold two tech companies. So after stepping out of Attariwala’s MRI machine, Andrew saw the same opportunity h…
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Welcome to the forth episode of Hankikanto: Falling into the Anti/Natal Abyss! In this episode, Extinctionist Antinatalist philosophy, Matti Häyry speaks with Transhumanist philosopher, David Pearce, to discuss if antinatalists should move towards a bio-engineered future, or an extinctionist one. This conversation was inspired by recent lectures b…
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Governments target push notification metadata. Dissecting the latest GRU cyber activities. A look at Russia's AI-powered Doppelgänger influence campaigns, and how cyber warfare is evolving beyond the battlefield. We've got updates on the Adobe ColdFusion vulnerability, the expanding 23andMe data breach, and insights into the financial impacts of ra…
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Hello, December! On this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson gets further in to the soil organic matter discussion, including the long-term legacy of manure applications, talks sulphur management, and compares some findings on the ROI on fungicide on corn. Have a question you’d like Wheat Pete to address or some field... Read Mo…
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Episode 80: Baron Brewing // Join me for a chat with Jack Baron of Baron Brewing, based in Hertfordshire. We talk about how Jack got into brewing, the pros and cons of his location, branding, and much more. I also tell you all about my night at the British Guild of Beer Writers Awards dinner last week! LINKS Baron Brewing - website / Twitter / Inst…
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The UK Government's denial of a cyber incident at Sellafield. There’s been a surge in Iranian cyberattacks on US infrastructure. Misuse of Apple's lockdown mode, the mysterious AeroBlade's activities in aerospace, and a clever "Disney+" scam. Plus The latest application security trends, and a new cybersecurity futures study. In our Industry Voices …
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This week, C.J. and Kent discuss unions filing a lawsuit against Act 10, Wisconsin prisons, and the Christmas tree erected by the Church of Satan- along with the ire it raised among conservatives. For the main topic, they start a multiple-part series investigating the roots of spiritualism in Wisconsin and cover some of its history and one of its p…
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“One of our divisions wanted to pilot a work from home model in 2019. They tried it and it was successful. We made a decision that we would pilot that across our business and I remember working with others to figure out the guiding principles. When Covid hit, it’s not an overstatement to say that we had zero issues from a technology and productivit…
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The US and Israel attribute attacks on PLCs to Iran. Agent Raccoon backdoors organizations on three continents. XDSpy is reported to be phishing the Russian defense sector. Trends in digital banking fraud. Repojacking Go module repositories. Ann Johnson from Afternoon Cyber Tea speaks with Lynn Dohm, executive director of WiCyS, about the power of …
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In 2010, a tragic personal event changed the trajectory of Nancy Twine's life. Suddenly, her promising job at Goldman Sachs no longer seemed fulfilling; she wanted something more. Drawing inspiration from the homemade hair treatments she once made with her mom, Nancy created a line of shampoos and conditioners that catered to all textures of hair w…
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Bernard Brantley, CISO from Corelight sits down to share his inspiring career path with others. Bernard started at the very bottom of the tech stack, and shares how he was extremely unclear about what it was that he wanted to do in life and how he was going to get there. Ultimately he reached a point now where he has the self confidence and an incr…
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On this episode of TWIL (244), Red Hat has announced that Xorg is no more for RHEL. PipeWire 1.0 has been released to the world. Nextcloud has revealed they are joining forces with Roundcube to improve the Webmail option of Nextcloud. openSUSE is currently running a contest to change some logos for various projects. All […]…
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Episode 260. Kyle recaps a vacation nightmare and explains the bizarre Marvel animated series Hit-Monkey, about a monkey that becomes a hitman. A regular monkey, not even the talking kind. Melissa is here for the depravity of Saltburn, Napoleon, and The Killer, as well as the nostalgia of Good Burger 2. Finally, we've both seen the millennial comed…
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Ryan from Bishop Fox joins to describe their work on "Building an Exploit for FortiGate Vulnerability CVE-2023-27997." After Lexfo published details of a pre-authentication remote code injection vulnerability in the Fortinet SSL VPN, Bishop Fox worked up a proof of concept demo. This research share how they were able to create that proof-of-concept…
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Ryan from Bishop Fox joins to describe their work on "Building an Exploit for FortiGate Vulnerability CVE-2023-27997." After Lexfo published details of a pre-authentication remote code injection vulnerability in the Fortinet SSL VPN, Bishop Fox worked up a proof of concept demo. This research share how they were able to create that proof-of-concept…
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Senator Wyden blocks the Senate vote on the new NSA and Cyber Command lead. GPS interference is attributed to Iran. Meta identifies and removes Chinese and Russian accounts and groups for coordinated inauthenticity. The EU Council president proposes ‘European cyber force’ with ‘offensive capabilities’. Twisted Spider is observed conducting new rans…
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