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We started producing shows as Today with a Techie on 2005-09-19, 16 years, 2 months, 19 days ago. Our shows are produced by listeners like you and can be on any topic that "are of interest to hobbyists". If you listen to HPR then please consider contributing one show a year. If you record your show now it could be released in 20 days.

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Latest Shows

hpr3480 :: Darken Layer Modes

More on Layer Modes in GIMP with the Darken Modes

Hosted by Ahuka on 2021-12-03 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: GIMP, Layer Modes, Blending Modes, Darken Modes.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Series: GIMP | Comments (0)

Layer Modes, sometimes called Blending Modes, allow you to combine layers in a variety of ways. We continue with the Darken Modes, except for Burn, which was covered in the previous tutorial. Darken modes do what they say on the tin, they make things darker, and so they are kind of the inverse of the Lighten Modes. These are the Layer Modes available on the latest (at the time I write this) version of GIMP, 2.10.24. I also take the time to discuss image formats such as JPG, PNG, and RAW.

hpr3479 :: Linux Inlaws S01E49: Version Control Systems and why bother

Version Control Systems and why bother

Hosted by monochromec on 2021-12-02 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Version control systems, git, subversion, mercurial, bazaar, how to buy guns as a minor in NL.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Series: Linux Inlaws | Comments (1)

In this episode our two heroes contemplate the ins and outs of version control systems (VCS) and how to maintain sanity using them. Particular focus is on the newer generation of such as git which enabled large-scale community projects such as the Linux kernel, programming languages like Rust and Python and other shenanigans. Including a crash course on version control systems - you may credits at your local third-level education facility for listening to this episode. Just tell them the Inlaws sent you :-). Plus Martin reveals his favourite Pay TV channel and his gun-buying habits being a minor. Don't miss this episode if you're a minor and want to buy a gun in certain countries (details as part of the episode! :-).


hpr3478 :: Audio Wiring Hack on a Classroom Podium

Listen in while I hack the wiring on our classroom podium for custom audio routing.

Hosted by Jon Kulp on 2021-12-01 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: audio, wiring, higher education.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Comments (1)

In this episode I take you along for the ride as I hack the wiring in a classroom podium so that I can show musical scores on the Elmo document camera while playing audio through the podium's laptop VGA audio source. Without this hack, the students could either see the score, or they could hear the music, but not both. This simple hack installing two jumper wires allows them to see the score and hear the music at the same time, which is important in my classes. I could already do this by using a PDF music score on my laptop while playing the audio file, but this allows me to use a paper score and audio from my laptop at once. It essentially acts as an audio splitter, sending the audio signal to two channels at once.


hpr3477 :: Picking a Forth

Available forths, old and new

Hosted by Brian in Ohio on 2021-11-30 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: forth, arduino, history.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Comments (0)

hpr3476 :: My mutt email setup

My humble mutt email setup

Hosted by Archer72 on 2021-11-29 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: mutt,email, gpg,accessibility .
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Series: Lightweight Apps | Comments (0)

  1. Get app password and enter it in a file call pass
    set my_gpass= "MyAppPassword"
  1. Encrypt pass file with 'gpg -e pass'

  2. Shred pass file with 'shred -uv pass', which uses verbose mode

    shred - overwrite a file to hide its contents, and optionally delete it
      -u deallocate and remove file after overwriting
      -v, --verbose, show progress
  1. Use gpg encrypted key to open Gmail

    • in .muttrc source "gpg -d ~/.mutt/pass.gpg |"
  2. Source colors file: Custom color scheme

    ## Custom - Shows a gray line on tagged emails
    color index yellow brightblack "~T ~N | ~T"

Tagged emails
Tagged emails

  1. Source hooks file: Redirect default save path for email sorting
      ## Newsletters - Technology ##
      save-hook '~f' ='Linux'
      save-hook '~f arch-dev-public'  =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f'|'~b Opencourseware' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~s Linux'|'~s Foundation' ='Newsletters'
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters
      save-hook '~f mark ~s arduino' =Bookmarks/Arduino
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters/TorProject
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters/TorProject
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters.EFFdotOrg
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters/DIYODE-Magazine
      save-hook '~f' =Newsletters/Circuits

      ## Recipes ##
      save-hook '~f dora ~s Recipe | ~s Recipe | ~B recipe | ~B casserole | ~B bake | ~B "omaha steaks" ' ='dabrat1972/Recipes'
  1. Source aliases file: Frequently used contacts
      alias tags
      alias Dave_Morriss Dave Morriss <>
  • HTML email
    • Install lynx
  • Open URL's
    • Install urlscan
    • Capital 'U' open URL dialog
  • Open pictures
    • Install feh
  • PDF reader
mailcap - metamail capabilities file

         The mailcap file is read by the metamail program to determine how to display non-text at the local site.
  image/*; feh %s; test=test -n "$DISPLAY";
  text/html; lynx -nonumbers -dump %s; copiousoutput; nametemplate=%s.html
  application/pdf; zathura /dev/stdin

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hpr3475 :: How I Watch Everything Using Open Source Software

Using Libreelec, Kodi, a tuner, and a Raspberry Pi to create a great media center

Hosted by minnix on 2021-11-26 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: libreelec,kodi,raspberry pi,tvheadend.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Comments (0)

I've been using this setup or one similar for several years now and it has worked out very well.


  • Clearstream TV antenna
  • Coax cable
  • Hauppage WinTV-dual HD USB Dual Tuner
  • Raspberry Pi 4 4GB
  • 1 TB SSD connected via USB 3
  • HDMI cable


  • Libreelec OS
  • Kodi
  • TVheadend server
  • TVheadend client
  • Debrid addon media streamer

Any questions or comments you can reach me at minnix at minnix dot dev

hpr3474 :: H P R and Audio Fun

Comments on show and audio processing

Hosted by operat0r on 2021-11-25 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: audio.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Comments (1)

hpr3473 :: My journey into Amateur Radio

Dave explains his journey into Amateur Radio, initial setup and successes.

Hosted by thelovebug on 2021-11-24 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: amateur radio, baofeng, rsgb, qso, cq, ham, ham radio, hf.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Series: HAM radio | Comments (2)


Hello, my name is Dave, and welcome to another exciting episode of Hacker Public Radio. It's been a couple of years since my last episode, and I know that HPR is running low on shows. As I have had this one in planning for some time now, I though this was the right time to get it finished.


At the time of recording this, I've been an Amateur Radio licence holder for 6 months. I took the notion of studying and applying for my Foundation licence (the first of three stages to a Full licence) when I read a blog post by Jon Spriggs G7VRI, back in March, entitled Might Amateur Radio be a hobby for you? I saw a presentation by Jon at OggCamp in 2018 in Sheffield where he gave a whistle-stop tour of what Amateur Radio actually is, and how easy it is to get involved in it.

As a bit of background, I was quite involved in the CB Radio scene back in the late 80s and early 90s - I was introduced to CB by my dad, whose handle was "Screwball", in the 70s... he had a CB rig in his car since as far back as I can remember. I picked up the hobby from him, by actually liberating him of his rig when he stopped using it. Unfortunately it got stolen from my car. C'est la vie. Yes, my handle back then was "The Love Bug" - in fact, it was whilst looking for an alternative to "Kool Kat" as a handle that I first used the moniker "The Love Bug" - probably in the mid-80s - and it just stuck.

So, after reading Jon's blog post, and doing some research into Amateur Radio myself, a whole bunch of things happened at the same time: I bought my first radio - a Baofeng UV-5RTP [Amazon UK], I joined the Radio Society of Great Britain (not a requirement, but I would recommend it), signed up for Essex Ham's Foundation Training Course (not a requirement, but strongly recommended as it's geared around the examination, and it's free!)

The training took 3 weeks (in my own time), and I applied for my exam as soon as the training was complete. The exam was an hour long, under as close to exam conditions as an online exam would allow, and I was told by the online system that I'd passed as soon as I submitted my answers. It then took a few days to get the confirmation of passing (and a certificate) in the post, which then allowed me to apply to Ofcom (the authority for the radio spectrum here in the UK) for my licence and callsign. I was able to choose the suffix of my callsign, and - as BUG was taken - I opted for TLB (for The Love Bug), and thus my callsign is - currently - M7TLB (Mike Seven Tango Lima Bravo). I say "currently" - I'm not allowed to change my callsign, however the callsign is specific not only to me but also to the fact that I'm a Foundation Licence holder. Therefore, when I go for my Intermediate and then Full licence, I'll get new callsigns for each one, each superseding the previous.

Anyhoo, once I got my Foundation licence, I went out that Sunday to log some contacts, or QSOs. So I parked up at a high point near to here, put a small aerial on the roof of the car (so that I didn't warm up my head when transmitting), and started calling CQ - essentially a way of saying "I want to talk to somebody" - "Seek You". As part of the licence conditions, you are only permitted to make contact with other identifiable and identified amateurs... general broadcasts to whomever might be listening are prohibited. Except when calling CQ to initiate that contact.

So I'd call out something akin to "CQ, CQ, this station Mike Seven Tango Lima Bravo, Mike Seven Tango Lima Bravo Portable, calling CQ." The "Portable" indicates that I'm not at my home station location. It's also a good indication that my transmission might be variable due to the portable nature of the station.

I was transmitting using 8 watts of power, two watts fewer than the limit of my license, but significantly lower than the 400 watts that I could be using as a Full licence holder, so my hopes weren't high. My first contact was with a chap just outside Caistor, Lincolnshire... about 38 miles direct from where I was based. He was also using a portable station, but with a directional beam antenna, meaning that both transmission and reception from his end was able to focus on my direction. So yeah, impressed!

My second contact was also a portable station, located at a high-point by the Woodhead Pass, in Penistone, about 18 miles direct from where I was. This contact was the gift that kept on giving, as there were two other portable stations at the same location, so I got three contacts in the log for that one.

Things went quiet after that one, so after a further 5 calls out, I figured that was my lot. Still, I was happy with four QSOs on my first day!

Later the same day, I went out for my daily constitutional, so I figured I'd take the radio - with the standard short rubber-duck antenna, and an earpiece - with me. At least that way, I wouldn't look too silly, or a target to be fair. My intention was just to bounce around the frequencies and listen to conversations, rather than put out any CQs myself... I was in a residential area, so I didn't want to draw attention to myself.

Whilst listening, I heard someone calling CQ and inviting respondents to a different frequency, so I followed and listened. There were a couple of contacts already there that I couldn't hear, so I waited for the initial contact to finish working the first. When he put out a call for whomever originally responded, I jumped in with my callsign, thinking that there was no way he would hear me. Consider that I was walking around town, in a reasonably built-up area, with probably the worst antenna I could have chosen for distance, and he wasn't exactly coming through strong. He responded to me directly, asking me to standby whilst he worked the other station that responded. Well, I was shocked to hear him say to the other contact that he was in East Yorkshire, about 33 miles from here! He was using a directional beam antenna which was pointing due west... whereas I am south-west of his location, so when you consider the other things I mentioned, the fact that he was also not pointing his antenna directly at me I was completely amazed that I was able to hold this relatively decent quality conversation with someone that far away. Well pleased was I.

Cost-wise, I should warn that Amateur Radio can be an expensive hobby, but it absolutely doesn't have to be. At a bare minimum, to get me "on the air" I bought the Baofeng (£42.99), and paid for my Foundation examination (£27.50), so a little over £70 overall. I actually bought a number of accessories for the radio, and joined the RSGB, but these are in no way required expenses. The standard radio on its own is more than sufficient to gain some decent contacts, as I hope I've proven with the success from that Sunday.

Since then, I have bought an HF (or High Frequency) radio from India, it's a low-power model (or QRP) which is unlikely to get very far, but there are transmission modes that I can use that are specifically intended for low-power operation. My next big thing is to get an antenna up in the back garden along with a decent tuner so that I can actually use that radio!!

By the time this episode goes out, I will have started an intensive course with OARC (Online Amateur Radio Community) which is a UK-based club - a more fantastic bunch of people you are not likely to find - so I'll be able to change my callsign to one beginning 2E0 or 2E1, and be able to use up to 50W to transmit, even though I don't have any equipment capable to transmitting 50W - yet!

I point you to the excellent Ham radio, QSK series on HPR where a number of correspondents have recorded shows about Amateur Radio that you may find interesting. I'm putting this episode into the same series.


Are you an Amateur Radio operator? Let me know.

Call to action

Drop me an email to, I'm on Facebook and Twitter as thelovebug, or leave a comment on this episode, or record your own episode in response.

At the time of recording this, HPR is low on shows, if you have any shows in progress, or something burning in your mind, get it recorded. Find out more over at


So, that's it for today... thanks for listening.
Wherever you are in the world, stay safe.
Come back again tomorrow for another exciting episode on Hacker Public Radio.

73 de M7TLB

hpr3472 :: consuming an AQI API

just because the sky is clear, doesn't mean the air is safe to breathe

Hosted by Jezra on 2021-11-23 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: ruby, api, programming.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Series: Programming 101 | Comments (1)


Air Quality Index - measures particles in the air

Getting AQI data

Determining air quality in my area is as simple as visiting and entering my zip code. Although my zip code covers 139.56 square miles, the result is accurate enough for my needs. When my zip code was submitted, the web page did not refresh. This means that the client interface made an API call to the backend server.

It sure would be nice if the AQI status was emailed to my phone every hour, if the AQI was above a certain threshold.

In order to get the data from the API, it is necessary to emulate the request made by the client to the API. This can be accomplished using Firefox.

  • open Firefox
  • go to
  • open the Firefox developer tools, either through the menu or with CTRL+SHIFT+i
  • in the dev tools, select the Network tab
  • enter the zip code in the form and submit
  • watch the Network tab for a POST request to
  • click on the request in the network tab

Another set of tabs are now available to display various bits of information regarding the request. From this data, it is possible to recreate the query. However, I took an even easier route, and right-clicked on the query in the Network tab, and selected Copy > Copy as cURL to get the request as a curl command complete with all necessary arguments prefilled. Since I didn't want to write my entire AQI fetching script in bash, I copied the curl command into a text file and ported the request to Ruby.

The Finished Script

#!/usr/bin/env ruby
require 'net/http'
require 'uri'
require 'json'

uri =""
parsed_uri = URI.parse(uri)
response = Net::HTTP.post_form(parsed_uri, payload)
data = JSON.parse(response.body)[0]

output= "#{parameter}: #{aqi} - #{category}"
puts output

/opt/textjezra "#{output}"` if aqi > 70

hpr3471 :: The Sony Walkman WM-F41

A quick talk about one of my favorite Legacy Audio devices, a genuine Sony FM/AM cassette Walkman.

Hosted by Jon Kulp on 2021-11-22 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: audio, vintage audio, cassette tapes, tape players, portable stereos, audio repair.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. Comments (3)

This episode is just a quick talk about one of my favorite legacy audio devices, my Sony FM/AM cassette Walkman, model WM-F41.


Previous five weeks

hpr3470 :: External Commands and Emergency Boot Disk hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-11-19. Duration: 00:16:48. Flag: Clean. Series: DOS.
Tags: DOS, early PC computing, External Commands, Emergency Boot Disk.
More on DOS. This time it is External Commands and Emergency Boot Disk

hpr3469 :: Linux Inlaws S01E43: The Great Battle or not hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-11-18. Duration: 01:08:58. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: SQL, NoSQL, Grumpy Old Coders, Hipster databases, mainframes, Execution planners.
The Great Battle nor Not

hpr3468 :: Distro upgrade intervals on my Raspberry Pi hosted by MrX

Released: 2021-11-17. Duration: 00:13:06. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Linux, Distros, Raspberry Pi, Debian.
In this episode I discuss Debian distro upgrade intervals for my raspberry Pi

hpr3467 :: Protonmail in the terminal hosted by dnt

Released: 2021-11-16. Duration: 00:37:42. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: email,protonmail,alot,afew,notmuch,mbsync.
One way of doing Protonmail in the terminal.

hpr3466 :: Why HPR has less downloads hosted by JWP

Released: 2021-11-15. Duration: 00:09:11. Flag: Clean.
Tags: podcasts, dowloads.
A short summary on why podcast listening might be on decline.

hpr3465 :: Walmart Onn 7 inch tablet gen 2 hosted by JWP

Released: 2021-11-12. Duration: 00:14:23. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Walmart, Android Go, Tablet.
Podcast about a new Android go Tablet I purchased

hpr3464 :: Being irrational hosted by Andrew Conway

Released: 2021-11-11. Duration: 00:12:57. Flag: Clean.
Tags: philosophy,mathematics,science,chess,logic,music.
Being irrational is rational.

hpr3463 :: Clonezilla: A backup story hosted by Rho`n

Released: 2021-11-10. Duration: 00:34:06. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Clonezilla,backup,backups,cloning,hard drives.
Rho`n walks through the process of backing up his laptop with Clonezilla

hpr3462 :: Metal marbles. hosted by one_of_spoons

Released: 2021-11-09. Duration: 00:10:18. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: host zen.
Introduction of new host, with reference to semantic playgrounds.

hpr3461 :: Changes to HPR Branding hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2021-11-08. Duration: 00:40:41. Flag: Clean. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: HPR, Branding, Intro, Outro.
Rho'n, Dave and Ken read the entire email thread related to changing the HPR theme

hpr3460 :: Dodge and Burn hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-11-05. Duration: 00:18:27. Flag: Clean. Series: GIMP.
Tags: GIMP, Layer Modes, Blending Modes, Dodge and Burn.
We continue our look at the Layer Modes in GIMP with Dodge and Burn

hpr3459 :: Linux Inlaws S01E42: The Open Source Initiative hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-11-04. Duration: 01:13:16. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: OSI, RMS, Open Core, the Cat Internet, Luca, Loki, open source licensing.
The Open Source Initiative

hpr3458 :: Living in the Terminal 2: The Obligatory Sequel hosted by BlacKernel

Released: 2021-11-03. Duration: 01:00:48. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: cli, linux, terminal, applications, picks, tired.
A very tired BlacKernel tries to handle feedback from the previous episode

hpr3457 :: Tables hosted by klaatu

Released: 2021-11-02. Duration: 00:37:40. Flag: Clean. Series: Databases.
Tags: data,tables,communication.
How and why I convert tables to lists

hpr3456 :: HPR Community News for October 2021 hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2021-11-01. Duration: 01:20:49. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in October 2021

hpr3455 :: Podcast Recommendation: IBM and Quantum computing hosted by Archer72

Released: 2021-10-29. Duration: 00:03:13. Flag: Clean.
Tags: podcast, moore's law, quantum computing, qubits, encryption, cryptography, NIST, Josephson junction.
Highlights of a podcast from Moore's Lobby

hpr3454 :: Engineering Notation hosted by Ken Fallon

Released: 2021-10-28. Duration: 00:12:16. Flag: Clean. Series: HAM radio.
Tags: giga,mega,kilo,milli,micro,nano,pico,SI, International System of Units.
Ken runs through the most common Engineering Notation used in HAM radio.

hpr3453 :: Rust 101: Episode 1 - Hello, World! hosted by BlacKernel

Released: 2021-10-27. Duration: 00:22:28. Flag: Explicit. Series: Programming 101.
Tags: rust, programming, hello world, macros, functions.
In which BlacKernel introduces the cargo tool and goes into detail on the rust hello world program

hpr3452 :: Neuton battery test hosted by Rho`n

Released: 2021-10-26. Duration: 00:05:24. Flag: Clean.
Tags: electric lawnmower,lawnmower,rechargeable battery.
Rho`n describes testing the battery in his Neuton EM 4.1 electric lawn mower

hpr3451 :: Bricklink hosted by operat0r

Released: 2021-10-25. Duration: 00:13:57. Flag: Clean.
Tags: lego.
Custom 3rd Part Lego Shops

hpr3450 :: Internal Commands hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-10-22. Duration: 00:12:26. Flag: Clean. Series: DOS.
Tags: DOS, early PC computing, Internal Commands.
More on DOS. This time it is Internal Commands.

hpr3449 :: Linux Inlaws S01E41: The Halloween Documents hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-10-21. Duration: 01:05:56. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: Microsoft, Google, The Dark Side, Halloween, Transylvania, Carmesine-colored Soy Milk, vegan vampire.
The Halloween Documents

hpr3448 :: Installing GuixSD hosted by Rho`n

Released: 2021-10-20. Duration: 00:44:39. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Guix,GuixSD,installer,install,USB drive,Mac Mini,grub rescue.
Rho`n records installing GuixSD to an external USB drive to be run on a Mac Mini computer

hpr3447 :: BlacKernel's Journey Into Technology: Episode 2 hosted by BlacKernel

Released: 2021-10-19. Duration: 00:20:49. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: technology, windows, w*ndows, losedows, introductions, linux, dos.
In which BlacKernel struggles to talk about Windows

hpr3446 :: Speech To Text hosted by operat0r

Released: 2021-10-18. Duration: 00:22:58. Flag: Clean.
Tags: AI,ML,scripting,audio.
I talk about converting HPR audio to text and tagging

hpr3445 :: True critical thinking seems to be the key hosted by Dave Morriss

Released: 2021-10-15. Duration: 01:12:08. Flag: Explicit. Series: Health and Healthcare.
Tags: COVID-19,social distancing,masks,aerosol,Vitamin D3,body temperature,vaccines.
A response to HPR 3414

hpr3444 :: The Psion series 5mx hosted by Nihilazo

Released: 2021-10-14. Duration: 00:19:38. Flag: Clean.
Tags: retro, psion, programming, pdas.
A show where I talk about my experiences of the Psion 5mx, a portable computer from the late 90s

hpr3443 :: Neuton battery replacement hosted by Rho`n

Released: 2021-10-13. Duration: 00:09:53. Flag: Clean.
Tags: electric lawnmower,lawnmower,rechargeable battery.
Rho`n describes replacing the battery in his Neuton EM 4.1 electric lawn mower

hpr3442 :: What is this thing called science hosted by klaatu

Released: 2021-10-12. Duration: 00:13:10. Flag: Clean.
Tags: covid, science, risc-v, cpu.
Critical thinking is only part of the equation. Here's the other part.

hpr3441 :: Murphy Work Bench hosted by operat0r

Released: 2021-10-11. Duration: 00:14:02. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: DIY,wood working,hacking.
Operator talks about hitting his head on his work bench

hpr3440 :: Lighten Layer Modes hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-10-08. Duration: 00:19:28. Flag: Clean. Series: GIMP.
Tags: GIMP, Layer Modes, Blending Modes, Lighten.
We continue our look at the Layer Modes in GIMP with the Lighten Modes

hpr3439 :: Linux Inlaws S01E40: The One with the BSDs hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-10-07. Duration: 01:37:14. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: Berkeley Software Distribution, library operating systems, Android, Copyleft, BSD License, Usenet.
The other One Operating System to Rule them all

hpr3438 :: Ten privacy friendly Google search alternatives. hosted by hakerdefo

Released: 2021-10-06. Duration: 00:09:11. Flag: Clean. Series: Privacy and Security.
Tags: searx, whoogle, metager, gigablast,, ecosia, startpage, qwant, brave, duckduckgo.
Google search is monopolistic here are some alternatives

hpr3437 :: The HTML document format hosted by Daniel Persson

Released: 2021-10-05. Duration: 00:06:42. Flag: Clean.
Tags: html, document, css, javascript.
Talking about my favorite document format.

hpr3436 :: HPR Community News for September 2021 hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2021-10-04. Duration: 00:54:28. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in September 2021

hpr3435 :: Hacking Stories with Reacted: part 5 hosted by operat0r

Released: 2021-10-01. Duration: 00:17:40. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: hacking,pentesting,red team,hacking stories.
I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!

hpr3434 :: From 0 to K8s in 30 minutes hosted by klaatu

Released: 2021-09-30. Duration: 00:32:18. Flag: Clean. Series: Networking.
Tags: network, kubernetes, cloud.
Build a Kubernetes cluster, run a website, route traffic to website

hpr3433 :: A Squirrels thoughts about RMS hosted by Zen_Floater2

Released: 2021-09-29. Duration: 00:42:45. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: RMS,Pedophilia,BEER.
RMS and the subject of freedom

hpr3432 :: Reading a license: Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0 International hosted by clacke

Released: 2021-09-28. Duration: 00:32:36. Flag: Clean.
Tags: license, creative commons, recital, reading, legal.
We jump into the future of 2013 and see how content licensing has changed

hpr3431 :: Living in the Terminal hosted by BlacKernel

Released: 2021-09-27. Duration: 00:46:03. Flag: Explicit. Series: Lightweight Apps.
Tags: cli, terminal, nox, linux, technology, tty.
BlacKernel shows you some programs you'll need for living life without X org

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