Hacker Culture

Hacker Culture

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This is all about technology, Linux, open source, and traditional hacker culture. Previously know as “Tech, Linux, & Hacker Culture”
Secure Scuttlebutt
Jul 5 • 17 min
Secure Scuttlebutt is “a database of unforgeable append-only feeds, optimized for efficient replication for peer to peer protocols.” This may be my way to decentralize Archivatory.
Decetralizing Archivatory
Jun 28 • 25 min
The goal is to have the Archivatory become a decentralized service so that the users of the platform do not have to rely an a single host for their content. Because let’s be serious, without decentralization Archivatory would be no better than Dropbox,…
Archivatory.com | An easy way to upload your content to IPFS!
Jun 20 • 15 min
Archivatory takes out all the hard backend work and leaves the user with a simple webpage to upload their content. After uploading the user gets their IPFS hash with a link to view their content. Getting the creator’s content on IPFS so it can potentially…
The Official XMPP Server Is Live!
Jun 12 • 15 min
Join us over at hc-general@hackerculture.us! Need an XMPP account? No problem, just us Pidgin or Finch to sign up and start chatting with us today!
Learning To Master RegEx
Jun 7 • 22 min
In this episode, we chat about Regular Expressions and a great tool to learn how to use this powerful tool wisely. Let me know if you can make this shorter -> `([0-9]{1,3}.){3}[0-9]{1,3}`
IPFS To The Resue!
May 31 • 18 min
IPFS, Better Than HTTP When we download a file from the internet, we access a traditional server and request to have the data we need. Then the server sends this file over the internet to us little by little until the entire file is in our possession.…
Linux System Administration 001
May 25 • 18 min
In this episode we talk about a book that I am using to study up on Linux System Administration. My goal is to same day work as a sysadmin and filling in the gaps of me knowledge will be important to land that first Linux job.
Let’s Learn Bash! Tutorial 003
Apr 17 • 11 min
The previous episode in this series covered a few basic commands that we use most often in both the terminal and in Bash scripts. Today we will stay with this trend as we progress into more ways to manipulate what our computer does. If you have never used…
Let’s Learn Bash! Tutorial 002
Apr 12 • 14 min
Welcome back to the bash tutorial series. If you have not listened to the first episode in the series and you have never used bash please check that out before continuing. There are basic commands and terms we cover there that may make this section easier…
Let’s Learn Bash! Tutorial 001
Mar 8 • 12 min
This is a start to a series all about bash and scripting for the terminal. There are lots of commands to cover but today is all about the basics.
How To Get Healthy As A Technology Enthusiast
Mar 6 • 12 min
Us geeks, nerds, and technology lovers spend most of our day in front of a computer. We wake up and head the work where we spend eight hours on a computer to pay the bills. Then we come home and turn on our own laptop or desktop to relax with some games,…
Powerful Effects Of Ergonomic Technology
Mar 1 • 10 min
While this podcast is all about a technology of some sort this episode needs the attention of the nerd community. We spend all day on our computers coding, blogging, and consuming knowledge. This leads to many problems over time that even myself deal with…
YaCy: How To Search The Internet In Freedom and Privacy
Feb 27 • 8 min
We mentioned YaCy in the past episode titled “Peer-To-Peer: Our Only Hope.” Today we are getting more in-depth with YaCy and why it is essential. We, as internet users, need to be mindful of who is using our data and how. Does it benefit us to give up our…
VPNs Are Awesome And You Should Be Using One
Feb 22 • 9 min
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. It is virtual since the computer acts like it is on another network when on your normal connection. The private part is where this matters to you. The VPN has end-to-end encryption so while you are connected to the…
Peer-To-Peer: Our Only Hope.
Dec 7, 2017 • 11 min
We have mentioned peer-to-peer a lot over the past few podcasts but we have not taken the time to dive into the concept. I should have brought this up before all those podcasts but we’ll do it now. Peer-to-peer has been around a long time and is…
Git And Utopian.io
Nov 28, 2017 • 13 min
Utopian.io is taking the open-source community that exists around Github and adding rewards. The rewards get distributed in Steem for quality contributions to an open-source project. This is interesting since until now there was never a good way to get…
Demonsaw: Share Files And Chat
Nov 20, 2017 • 17 min
Demonsaw “is an encrypted communications platform that allows you to chat, message, and transfer files without fear of data collection or surveillance from governments or corporations.”
Nextcloud Privacy In The Cloud
Nov 15, 2017 • 14 min
Nextcloud is the solution to the major players in the cloud storage space. It is an open-source project that aims to give you back the control of your data while bringing the same functionality you get with services from Google, Dropbox, or Apple iCloud.
Mesh Networks: End Of Your ISP
Nov 13, 2017 • 15 min
In this episode we talk about what mesh networks are and why they are important. We also get into a nonprofit that is working to make mesh networking easier to deploy.
Decentralized Websites & Apps!
Nov 10, 2017 • 16 min
In this episode we talk about the DAT protocol and the beaker browser! Both are working together to provide a better peer-to-peer internet for the future.
The Powerful Future Of Social
Nov 8, 2017 • 14 min
In this episode we discuss some alternatives to site like Facebook and Twitter. Some are decentralized and others should be.
T-UI: Hacker Android launcher
Nov 6, 2017 • 16 min
In this episode we talk about the Android launcher called T-UI by Francesco Andreizzi. This is a terminal to replace your native GUI based launcher and it is freaking amazing!
Video Hosting For Free Speech!
Nov 4, 2017 • 15 min
In this episode we talk about alternatives to YouTube. Including VidMe, dTube, LBRY, and BitChute! One of them is my favorite right now and all but one are decentralized!
Decentralize Save The Internet
Nov 1, 2017 • 14 min
Decentralization is how we save the internet and move into one based on free speech. We talk about why it is important and where it is being used already.
i3wm & Tiling Window Managers
Oct 30, 2017 • 14 min
Types of window managers - what is i3wm - tiling windows for max productivity
Mythical Keyboard Of Dvorak
Oct 26, 2017 • 14 min
Dvorak Simplified Keyboard • My hands hurt on QWERTY • Should you switch to Dvorak?
Tmux: Desktop In The Terminal!
Oct 24, 2017 • 14 min
What is tmux • Using tmux • Tmux windows and panes
Open Source: Don’t Be Suckers!
Oct 23, 2017 • 14 min
Open Source! • Eric Raymond, VLC, and Gimp • Kdenlive and Microsoft Office Alternatives
Terminal: The Only Application
Oct 18, 2017 • 14 min
What is the Linux terminal? • Is it fast or really fast? • Customize and learn
Top Security Tips For Android!
Oct 16, 2017 • 19 min
Encryption on Android • Securely Unlock Your Android Device • Apps and their permissions • The creepy camera
Weekly Crypto Lust 2017.10.13
Oct 13, 2017 • 15 min
Civic Updates! • Bitcoin to the moon! • Altcoin News
PGP & Keybase: Secure The Data
Oct 11, 2017 • 17 min
PGP, OpenPGP, and GPG: Waht Is The Difference? • Breaking down Keybase.io • Using Keybase.io Web App • Keybase Apps and the Command Line
Bitcoin Gold, Should You Worry
Oct 9, 2017 • 19 min
Bitcoin Gold: What is it? • Bitcoin Gold: Should you sell right away? • Bitcoin Gold: Should holders worry? • Bitcoin Gold: My thoughts…
Crypto Lust: 2017.10.06
Oct 6, 2017 • 15 min
Bitcoin Cash, Segwit2x, altcoins, and tokens.
Internet Security & Privacy
Oct 3, 2017 • 18 min
Passwords, extensions, VPNs, web browsers, email, and search.
I De-Googled My phone!
Sep 26, 2017 • 23 min
I ‘de-googled’ My Phone ~ The Experiment • De-Googled: LineageOS • De-Googled: App Stores • De-Googled: Apps Work & Apps Don’t • De-Googled: One Month In ~ A Recap
All About Cryptocurrency!
Sep 21, 2017 • 20 min
Cryptocurrency: What is it? • Cryptocurrency: The Blockchain • Cryptocurrency: Mining • Cryptocurrency: Wallets
Civic: Identity For The Future
Sep 19, 2017 • 20 min
What is it, the ecosystem and token, the secure identity platform, and better identity theft protection.
Hash Algorithms & Cryptography
Sep 18, 2017 • 25 min
Cryptography & Hash Algorithms: The basics • Cryptography & Hash Algorithms: Intro to Crypto • Cryptography & Hash Algorithms: Degree of Difficulty • Cryptography & Hash Algorithms: Application • C…
Weekly Tech News ~ 2017/09/15
Sep 15, 2017 • 23 min
Killer Sex Robots, Facebook knows where everyone lives, Google says it won’t spy on your email, new beefy microSD cards, and 40 years of space exploration!
Passphrases: What To Know
Sep 14, 2017 • 23 min
All about why passphrases are better than passwords, why its important, how to make them great, and when to use them.
Encryption & Quantum Computers
Sep 13, 2017 • 18 min
What is encryption, why does it matter, will quantum computers kill all our encrypted data, and should we worry?
What Is Linux? (A Brief Intro)
Sep 12, 2017 • 19 min
Linux is the future, free as in freedom, massive customization, and the challenge.
Hackers, Nerds, & Style Points
Sep 11, 2017 • 14 min
We talk about the hacker/nerd connection, what it takes to gain extra hacker style points, and things not to do!
Intro To Hackers
Sep 10, 2017 • 9 min
What is a hacker and what are the basic skills of a true hacker?
This GUI Might Be Killing Me
Sep 9, 2017 • 3 min
I talk about my recent start up and how Eric Raymond says that the GUI should only be coded if it is needed.
Introduction! I Got Cut Off…
Sep 8, 2017 • 5 min
First attempt, got cut off at the end.