Commit 0a803c68 authored by Ken Fallon's avatar Ken Fallon

2017-12-06_20-53-32_CET - changes to get the website and repo in sync again

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The Bug Cast - An award-winning podcast running since 2008 with its unique mix of waffle and music from independent and Creative Commons artists.
Linux for the rest of us - Door to Door Geek &amp; Cody Cooper discuss tools and tricks for Linux and Android.
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Full Circle Weekly News - A short weekly podcast giving just the news, no chit-chat, no banter, just FOSS/Ubuntu/Linux news.
Bad Voltage - They talk about anything that interests them. Technology, Open Source, Politics, Music, anything and everything is up for grabs.
The Jak Attack - Jon Watson &amp; Kelly Penguin Girl talk Linux and tech!
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distrowatch - Put the fun back into computing. Use Linux, BSD.
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urandom podcast - your unlimited source of medium quality randomness.
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When dealing with content that is "explicit" or contains material that would best be suited for a mature audience, it has become traditional to include a short warning at the very beginning of the show before the intro, to allow listeners time to switch off the episode should they so desire.
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