7 Linux predictions for 2017

7 Linux predictions for 2017

In 2017, Bryan Lunduke sees changes for the Linux desktop market, Canonical shifting its focus, changes for Ubuntu installation and more.

12/05/16

The NSA and Skilz: Turning spying on you into a video game

The NSA and Skilz: Turning spying on you into a video game

A document published by WikiLeaks shows collecting personal data on you is now a video game being played by government agencies.

12/02/16

2016 Linux predictions: Which ones came true?

2016 Linux predictions: Which ones came true?

At the end of 2015, Bryan Lunduke offered his Linux predictions for 2016. Many of them came true.

11/29/16

Linux-y things I am thankful for

Linux-y things I am thankful for

Eleven Linux and free software things Bryan Lunduke is thankful for in 2016.

11/22/16

Down the rabbit hole, part 6: Secure and private online file storage

Down the rabbit hole, part 6: Secure and private online file storage

These four online file storage options give you better control, security and privacy over large, cloud storage services.

11/17/16

Down the rabbit hole, part 5: Secure and private instant messaging

Down the rabbit hole, part 5: Secure and private instant messaging

In Bryan Lunduke’s ongoing quest to make his digital life as secure and private as possible, he’s found three instant messaging networks worth talking about.

11/10/16

If Linux never was: Imagining an alternate reality without Linux

If Linux never was: Imagining an alternate reality without Linux

Bryan Lunduke imagines a universe in which Linus Torvalds was never bitten by a penguin and never invented Linux.

10/31/16

Down the rabbit hole, part 4: Securing your email

Down the rabbit hole, part 4: Securing your email

In his quest for online privacy and security, Bryan Lunduke explores how to ensure his email is as secure and private as possible.

10/18/16

elementary OS 0.4: Review and interview with the founder

elementary OS 0.4: Review and interview with the founder

Brian Lunduke reviews elementary OS 0.4 (Loki) and talks with its founder, Daniel Foré, about the best features of the open source operating system.

10/13/16

Down the rabbit hole, part 3: Linux and Tor are key to ensuring privacy, security

Down the rabbit hole, part 3: Linux and Tor are key to ensuring privacy, security

In his quest for online privacy and security, Bryan Lunduke chooses Linux operating system openSUSE and Tor for connecting to the internet.

10/03/16

Down the rabbit hole, part 2: To ensure security and privacy, open source is required

Down the rabbit hole, part 2: To ensure security and privacy, open source is required

As Bryan Lunduke embarks on the quest to make his digital life as private and secure as possible, he’s decided open source software is the only way.

09/28/16

Down the rabbit hole, part 1: Making my life private and secure

Down the rabbit hole, part 1: Making my life private and secure

Bryan Lunduke embarks on a new ‘experiment in computering’: to make life as private and secure as possible while remaining digitally connected.

09/27/16

The U.S. presidential candidates on technology, privacy issues

The U.S. presidential candidates on technology, privacy issues

Where the 2016 U.S. presidential candidates stand on U.S. citizens’ privacy, open source software usage and Edward Snowden.

09/26/16

Linux's lack of software is a myth

Linux's lack of software is a myth

If you think Linux lacks software, Bryan Lunduke is here to tell you you’re wrong. There’s nothing you can’t do on a Linux-powered computer.

09/14/16

Debian Stable 8.5: Like Ubuntu's early days

Debian Stable 8.5: Like Ubuntu's early days

Debian Stable 8.5 is a stable and fast Linux distribution, but it’s a bit stale.

09/12/16

I have all the code—now I want to hug a free software developer

I have all the code—now I want to hug a free software developer

Should the internet be wiped out, Bryan Lunduke could continue to work. He has all the source code to build the software powering his PC.

08/31/16

Why does Richard Stallman and the Free Software Foundation get so much hate?

Why does Richard Stallman and the Free Software Foundation get so much hate?

Feelings run strong when it comes to Richard Stallman and the Free Software Foundation—love, hate and sometimes both equally.

08/30/16

Why are GitHub and WordPress.com censoring content?

Why are GitHub and WordPress.com censoring content?

The internet is known for free and rapid dissemination of information, but lately services such as GitHub and WordPress.com have been censoring content.

08/23/16

The U.S. government now has an open source policy—but it doesn't go far enough

The U.S. government now has an open source policy—but it doesn't go far enough

The U.S. government’s Federal Source Code policy would be better if it mandated all agency source code be released under an open source, free software license to the public.

08/11/16

The CIA, NSA and Pokémon Go

The CIA, NSA and Pokémon Go

Before playing Pokémon Go, consider the data the game has access to, the history of Niantic Labs and its connection with the CIA and the NSA.

07/22/16

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