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Linux Podcasts That Slipped Through The Net   
Saturday, July 13 2013 @ 10:14 AM EDT
Contributed by: sde

I previously highlighted my favorite picks of Linux podcasts in my article titled 'Illuminating Linux Podcasts'. I wanted to keep the selection down to 20 podcasts. But this inevitably meant that some admirable Linux podcasts were omitted. Sorry to these podcasters! So here are a further 10 podcasts that will be of interest to Linux users.

Over the years I have become increasingly fond and dependent on the podcast medium. As my days seem to consist of more and more out and about, travelling around the country, podcasts act as magazines for my ears, allowing me to keep up-to-date on the latest Linux developments wherever I am. The improvements in Android phones, with ever increasing storage space, combined with high quality open source software podcast aggregators (such as gPodder), makes the management of podcasts to be seamless, even out in the sticks.

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