Testing 1,2,3 ... The Linux Tech Show

On Wednesday, August 21, I will be the guest on the Linux Link Tech Show. The Linux Tech show is the oldest continually running Linux show on the planet! And, they happen to be in the somewhat soggy Lehigh Valley where I live as well (Eastern Pennsylvania). Each show is about an hour and a half long and you can catch it every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. See the Linux Link Tech Show site for details.

The Linux Tech show was started in September 2003 by the founders of the Lehigh Valley Linux User Group. Their goal is to provide a weekly live webcasted radio style show about GNU/Linux and Technology. So forget about those summer re-runs, and catch some lively discussion about world domination though HPC Linux clusters.

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