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Marcel Gagne and Evan Leibovitch, Popey

  • Energy Drinks, Teen Titans GO!, Bad Superheroes, and Don Cherry

    Marcel Gagne and Evan Leibovitch riff on Linux, Open Source, computers, technology, privacy, the digital economy, movies, video games, the Internet, security, breakfast cereal, and anything else related to the modern, open world.

  • Is Vegan TV Art? | User Error 79

    Disposing of hard drives, what a TV really is, and the veganism of software.

    Plus the serious business of coffee, why modern music sucks, and making Popey feel bad.

    00:00:48 With better technology, why don’t we necessarily see better art?
    00:09:03 Is Linux (or FOSS) the vegan option within software?
    00:13:43 Do you own a TV?
    00:20:24 How do you prepare your coffee?
    00:25:05 How do you forgive yourself?
    00:32:19 How do you dispose of your old hard drives for security purposes?

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