TCLP 2011-02-27 News

This is news cast 237, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro, I urge you to consider helping to support New Mediator’s Kickstarter project. Also I share a promo for UCubed, a one day Ubuntu and Debian workship in Manchester, UK.

This week’s security alerts are what was sniffed from an Android smart phone and a keyboard that can tell when you are absent and log you off.

In this week’s news, first instance of testing the DMCA and 3D printing following very much from the questions and issues in Michael Weinberg’s white paper, Apple’s new subscription model leads to rejection of Readability’s iOS app, Internet Archive partners with 150 libraries for e-lending program, and computer small enough to fit on a pen tip.

Following up this week Freedom Box has a Kickstarter and Rushkoff’s distributed internet idea moves ahead.


View the detailed show notes online. You can also grab the flac encoded audio from the Internet Archive.

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2 Replies to “TCLP 2011-02-27 News”

  1. Thank you so much for your nice words, but I’m upset that your other podcast won’t show up in iTunes. I had a similar problem, but I was using a funky feedburner setting that was messing with iTunes.

    1. Did Apple email you about the problem? Do you happen to recall the particular Feedburner setting (we use Feedburner, too.) I did get one email at the very beginning about a validation failure. I resolved that and haven’t heard anything since. We were going to try having my co-host submit the feed in case it was a problem with my account. If it’s a known issue with Feedburner, though, that would explain a lot and would hopefully be easy to fix.

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