3:40 – How to Become a Hacker by Eric S. Raymond
4:20 – Back Street Browser is a freeware application for Windows which allows you to downland and save a local copy of a web site to your hard drive. This application will also run in WINE on Linux. It can be downloaded from SnapFiles here.
7:43 – Audacity is a free cross-platform audio recording application with many professional features.
8:35 – What’s a .wav file?
8:40 – The Levelator is a free cross-platform application that automatically adjusts the levels of a recording making the final audio files very listen-able.
9:00 – I now convert my .wav recording to a 64 Bit Rate MP3 for smaller file downloads in consideration to those listeners on dial-up or have bandwidth caps.
9:15 – I now convert my .wav recording to .ogg using OGG Quality 1 so that the resulting file is quite close to file size of the MP3. I do this in consideration to those listeners on dial-up or have bandwidth caps.
10:15 – Fighting Spyware
10:45 – SpyBot Search and Distory
11:20 – Trend Micro Housecall is a free Virus and Spyware scanner which runs from the web.
12:12 – TeMerc.com is a web site devoted to the battle against Spyware and Viruses.
13:26 – SmitFraudFix is a freeware application for Windows that cleans several stubborn Spywares.
14:15 – Episode 13 of Podnutz discusses troubleshooting PCs and their symptoms and solutions.
14:35 – Pidgin is a free cross-platform Instant Messenger program.
15:00 – What is IRC?
15:30 – Juice is a free cross-platform podcatcher.
15:40 – BashPodder is a free command line podcatcher written by Linc from the Linux Link Tech Show.
15:50 – Mibbit.com is a web site lets the user to chat on IRC directly within their web browser.
16: 30 – Chatzilla ia a free plugin for Firefox for IRC.
16:44 – PowerShell is a new Microsoft shell and scripting language for Windows.
16:50 – The Mind of Root Podcast
17: 05 – PowerScripting is a podcast focusing on PowerShell.
17:35 – NetStummbler is a wireless networking tool for Windows that exposes wireless network within range of the device you are running it on.
20:18 – ping is a command line command for Windows and Linux that will cache MAC addresses. The more common use of the ping command is to send ICMP echo requests to network hosts, however this handy command also adds reached IP’s to the system cache which the arp command can be used to retreive the cached MAC addresses.
22:25 – The LottaLinuxLinks Podcast with Dave Yates.
22:35 – Monsterb.org is a web site launch location for browsing great Linux and other technology sites. Mosterb is the host of the Linux Cranks podcast on Talkshoe.com. Here’s Monsterb’s list of Linux related podcasts.
24:35 – The Linux Learning Curve Podcast from New Zealand is an excellent Linux podcast on learning Linux.
26:55 – Linux Journal is a monthly magazine which makes The Techie Geek jump for joy each month.
27:15 – BSD Magazine has launched.
28:50 – Linc from The Linux Link Tech Show has created a script to simplify retrieving recorded content from your TiVO.
30:00 – IT Conversations is an awesome web site where you can download and listen to top professionals within the IT industry such as this one by Eben Moglen. Here’s another excellent talk by Eben Moglen over on archive.org.
31:35 – TED.com is a web site where you can listen to “inspired talks by today’s great thinkers and doers:. If you’re looking for a suggestion as to where to start on this site, might I suggest these two. Johnny Lee: Creating tech marvels out of a $40 Wii Remote and this one, Blaise Aguera y Arcas: Jaw-dropping Photosynth demo