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Hacker Public Radio is an podcast that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday. Our shows are produced by the community (you) and can be on any topic that are of interest to hackers and hobbyists.
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last modified
2019-02-20 01:46
last episode published
2019-02-20 00:00
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1.62 days
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
20.02.2019

HPR2753: Specific Settings In Storytelling

How does setting interact with plot or character? Why would you choose one type of setting over another? And how do certain specific settings become intrinsic aspects of the story itself? Lostnbronx takes a breezy, mostly incoherent stab at this rather...
lostnbronx.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (lostnbronx) author
19.02.2019

HPR2752: XSV for fast CSV manipulations - Part 2

XSV for fast CSV manipulations - Part 1: Basic Usage https://github.com/BurntSushi/xsv Introduction xsv is a command line program for indexing, slicing, analyzing, splitting and joining CSV files. Commands should be simple, fast and composable: Simp...
by33zi.nospam@nospam.protonmail.com (b-yeezi) author
18.02.2019

HPR2751: Battling with English - part 3

Battling with English - part 3 Some word confusions In this episode, the third of this series, I’m looking at some words that are sometimes used in the wrong places, often being confused one with another. These words are often particularly difficult to...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
15.02.2019

HPR2750: Windmill is on the Fritz

In this episode Ken uses Fritzing tool to keep track of how a winter model village windmill is wired together. Leading to identifying the problem component. Fritzing is an open-source initiative to develop amateur or hobby CAD software for the des...
ken.nospam@nospam.fallon.ie (Ken Fallon) author
14.02.2019

HPR2749: Lostnbronx and Klaatu commentary from episode 2743

Out-takes from episode 2743. This is commentary about modern RPG play style, the character build process, Starfinder as a system, and more. Did you know that Lostnbronx and Klaatu have a gaming blog? We do! You should go subscribe to it at mixedsign...
klaatu.nospam@nospam.member.fsf.org (klaatu) author
13.02.2019

HPR2748: Writing Web Game in Haskell - Special events

Intro I was tasked to write kragii worms in the game and informed that they’re small (10cm / 4 inches) long worms that burrow in ground and are drawn to farming fields and people. They’re dangerous and might eat harvest or people. Special events build ...
tuukka.turto.nospam@nospam.oktaeder.net (tuturto) author
12.02.2019

HPR2747: checking oil

a 914 shows up… it has a 911 engine… i check the oil… the car lives…
venant.nospam@nospam.protonmail.ch (brian) author
11.02.2019

HPR2746: My software part 2

Good day to all in HPR land, this is Tony Hughes coming to you from Blackpool in the UK again. This is a second instalment about some of the software I use on Linux Mint 19.1, on a regular basis. So without further ado lets get on with the show. USB I...
tonyhughes1958.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212) author
8.02.2019

HPR2745: My YouTube Subscriptions #1

I am subscribed to a number of YouTube channels, and I am sharing them with you Deep Look - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-3SbfTPJsL8fJAPKiVqBLg Axanar - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxRrQIpejUXUi8i4mAbzSlg Lawrence Systems - https://www.youtu...
zwilnik.nospam@nospam.zwilnik.com (Ahuka) author
7.02.2019

HPR2744: Yet Another Rambling Drive Into Work

I came across this show sitting in my digital recorder I recorded it back in November 2017 but never posted it, my thoughts on some of the things I mention in this show have since evolved, I’ll stick these changed thoughts at the end of these notes and...
mrxathpr.nospam@nospam.googlemail.com (MrX) author
6.02.2019

HPR2743: Character build in the d20 system

Klaatu and Lostnbronx spend an hour building an RPG character at a leisurely, and hopefully informative, pace. While the build process here is technically specific to the sci-fi (or science fantasy, really) game Starfinder, the idea is to convey the ge...
klaatu.nospam@nospam.member.fsf.org (klaatu) author
5.02.2019

HPR2742: SAP Hana Certification Directory

SAP Hana certification is a long and hard process covered at https://www.sap.com/dmc/exp/2014-09-02-hana-hardware/enEN/index.html
jwp5.nospam@nospam.hotmail.com (JWP) author
4.02.2019

HPR2741: HPR Community News for January 2019

New hosts There were no new hosts this month. Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 2717 Tue 2019-01-01 Mobile Device Security Edward Miro / c1ph0r 2718 Wed 2019-01-02...
admin.nospam@nospam.hackerpublicradio.org (HPR Volunteers) author
1.02.2019

HPR2740: Pop!_OS 18.10 (quick) review

This episode is a re-edition of the review of Pop_OS! I did for TuxJam back in December 2018. Pop_OS! is published by System76.
yannick.nospam@nospam.frenchguy.ch (Yannick the french guy from Switzerland) author
31.01.2019

HPR2739: Bash Tips - 19

Arrays in Bash (Supplemental auxiliary Bash tips) This is the fourth and last of a small group of shows on the subject of arrays in Bash. It is also the nineteenth show in the Bash Tips sub-series. In the last show we continued with the subject of para...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
30.01.2019

HPR2738: My Applications

Hi again, this is Tony Hughes from Blackpool in the UK. Ken is still short of shows so here is another quick show to help out with the queue. This one is going to be about the applications I use on my Linux Mint 19.1 install. I’ve been using Linux for ...
tonyhughes1958.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212) author
29.01.2019

HPR2737: My Pioneer RT-707 Reel-to-Reel Tape Deck

I've had this Pioneer RT-707 reel-to-reel tape deck for something like 10 years, but only recently started using it with enthusiasm. In this episode I talk about the tape deck, about the technology, and about my memories of using this kind of audio tap...
jonlancekulp.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Jon Kulp) author
28.01.2019

HPR2736: Response to show 2720

Introduction On January 4th 2019 Ken Fallon did a great show entitled hpr2720 :: Download youtube channels using the rss feeds where he presented a Bash script called youtube-rss.bash for managing YouTube downloads through RSS feeds. Ken said he welcom...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
25.01.2019

HPR2735: Soffritto

Hello and a belated Happy New Year to you all in HPR land, Ken has recently made a call for more shows as the queue is a little light at the moment so I was pondering what to waffle on about. You may know from a couple of my previous shows that as well...
tonyhughes1958.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212) author
24.01.2019

HPR2734: Mashpodder

After I recorded this episode I had a little look on the HPR site I found that Ken Fallon had already covered mashpodder, no doubt he did a better job than me as this was done in a bit of a rush. Hopefully somebody will find this of some use Related li...
mrxathpr.nospam@nospam.googlemail.com (MrX) author
23.01.2019

HPR2733: Writing Web Game in Haskell - News and Notifications

Intro News and notifications are used in the game to let the players know something noteworthy has happened. It could be discovery of a new planet or construction project finally finishing. All relevant information in the news is hyperlinked. If news m...
tuukka.turto.nospam@nospam.oktaeder.net (tuturto) author
22.01.2019

HPR2732: Storytelling formula compliance

Storytelling has had a formula for yearsAndYears. Some people speak of it in disdain ("it was too formulaïc") and others (creative writing and intro film teachers, mostly) praise it. Everybody else (us) is a sucker for it. Here is the literal formu...
klaatu.nospam@nospam.member.fsf.org (klaatu) author
21.01.2019

HPR2731: My 8 bit Christmas

For Christmas 2018 Santa – well, Mrs mcnalu – gave me a BBC Model B which was my first computer back in the early 1980s. This request was heavily implied in TuxJam 70 - Gift for Geeks. I can highly recommend the seller who, as you will hear, was extrem...
nalumc.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Andrew Conway) author
18.01.2019

HPR2730: Resizing images for vcard on Android

I have had problems importing vcards onto my Android phone. After a lot of troubleshooting, I tracked it down to embedded images in the card. The PHOTO;VALUE field to be precise. Some images worked and some didn't, and looking at the properties some t...
ken.nospam@nospam.fallon.ie (Ken Fallon) author
17.01.2019

HPR2729: Bash Tips - 18

Bash Tips - 18 (Extra auxiliary Bash tips) Arrays in Bash This is the third of a small group of shows on the subject of arrays in Bash. It is also the eighteenth show in the Bash Tips sub-series. In the last show we looked at ways of accessing elements...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
16.01.2019

HPR2728: The Unreliable Narrator In Storytelling

In some stories, the narrator or dominating character can’t be trusted by the audience, creating opportunities for various storytelling effects. What makes for an unreliable narrator? What are some of the strengths and weaknesses of this technique? How...
lostnbronx.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (lostnbronx) author
15.01.2019

HPR2727: Passwords

Introduction Hello and welcome to Hacker Public Radio, I’m Edward Miro and for this episode I decided to record an episode on the importance of good passwords. This will be part one in a series of podcasts I’m going to call “Information Security for Ev...
c1ph0r.nospam@nospam.protonmail.com (Edward Miro / c1ph0r) author
14.01.2019

HPR2726: Home Theater - Part 2 Software (High Level)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E1xAwWpq-C4vEh8LCRw7MD7jnaclX9Faf2L3dZWiqQY Future Eps for Series: Sonarr / Filename Fixes SABnzbd Subsonic / orpheus.network /Audio Fixes Local copy of the shownotes
freeload101.nospam@nospam.yahoo.com (operat0r) author
11.01.2019

HPR2725: The Illumos Shutdown Command Explained

In response to JWP's episode 2697 and ClaudioM's comment, this show covers the shutdown command as it appeared in Sun Solaris and OpenSolaris, and currently appears in both Oracle Solaris and OpenIndiana. The quick version: shutdown -i sets the de...
klaatu.nospam@nospam.member.fsf.org (klaatu) author
10.01.2019

HPR2724: Using a DIN Rail to mount a Raspberry Pi

Overview A DIN Rail is a metal rail for mounting pieces of electrical equipment inside an equipment rack, for performing tasks in a building, in a machine, and so forth. It’s common to see DIN rails holding circuit breakers for example. See the Wikiped...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
9.01.2019

HPR2723: Using Elm in context of 4X game client

Original idea I had with my toy game project was to have Yesod render most of the user interface as static HTML and have as little client side scripting as possible. Later I realized that there would be parts with significant amount of client side code...
tuukka.turto.nospam@nospam.oktaeder.net (tuturto) author
8.01.2019

HPR2722: RAID 6 a short description

Raid 6 is a take of raid 5 but with support for 2 drive protection.
jwp5.nospam@nospam.hotmail.com (JWP) author
7.01.2019

HPR2721: HPR Community News for December 2018

New hosts Welcome to our new host: Edward Miro / c1ph0r. Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 2696 Mon 2018-12-03 HPR Community News for November 2018 HPR Volunteers 26...
admin.nospam@nospam.hackerpublicradio.org (HPR Volunteers) author
4.01.2019

HPR2720: Download youtube channels using the rss feeds

I had a very similar problem to Ahuka aka Kevin, in hpr2675 :: YouTube Playlists. I wanted to be able to download an entire youtube channel and store them so that I could play them in the order that they were posted. See previous episode hpr2705 :: Yo...
ken.nospam@nospam.fallon.ie (Ken Fallon) author
3.01.2019

HPR2719: Bash Tips - 17

Bash Tips - 17 (Additional auxiliary Bash tips) Arrays in Bash This is the second of a small group of shows on the subject of arrays in Bash. It is also the seventeenth show in the Bash Tips sub-series. In the last show we saw the two types of arrays, ...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
2.01.2019

HPR2718: Genre In Storytelling

Many people see genres as being largely interchangeable, but are they really? Why can some stories only be told in a particular genre? When are genre stories truly alike? And when are setting, character, and plot more important than genre? Lostnbronx t...
lostnbronx.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (lostnbronx) author
2.01.2019

HPR2718: Genre In Storytelling

Many people see genres as being largely interchangeable, but are they really? Why can some stories only be told in a particular genre? When are genre stories truly alike? And when are setting, character, and plot more important than genre? Lostnbronx t...
lostnbronx.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (lostnbronx) author
1.01.2019

HPR2717: Mobile Device Security

Introduction Hello and welcome to Hacker Public Radio, I’m Edward Miro and for this episode I decided to address mobile device security. As with most of the research and articles I’ve written in the past, these are geared toward standard users in a bus...
c1ph0r.nospam@nospam.protonmail.com (Edward Miro / c1ph0r) author
31.12.2018

HPR2716: Really Simple YouTube

Here are the two links I mentioned that let you pull RSS feeds out of YouTube https://danielmiessler.com/blog/rss-feed-youtube-channel/ https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6224202?hl=en
thajasara.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Thaj Sara) author
28.12.2018

HPR2715: About ONAP

So I went to the open networking trade show sponsored by the Linux Foundation with Ken Fallon’s help. The first thing they talked about was ONAP. https://www.onap.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ONAP
jwp5.nospam@nospam.hotmail.com (JWP) author
27.12.2018

HPR2714: Airplane stalls and Angle of Attack

stalls, a primer on why aircraft fly, and don’t fly YouTube video of stall with narration (35 seconds) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiOiVHUEYao AoA gauge from T-38 manual https://goo.gl/images/ZH5UYx Some definitions chord - an imaginary line from ...
bknavarette.nospam@nospam.gmail.com (Brian in Ohio) author
26.12.2018

HPR2713: Resources in 4x game

Raw resources are integral part for most 4x games. Here’s one way of modeling them in Haskell. I wanted a system that is easy to use, doesn’t require too much typing and is type safe. RawResource is basic building block: newtype RawResource a = RawReso...
tuukka.turto.nospam@nospam.oktaeder.net (tuturto) author
25.12.2018

HPR2712: Steganography

Did you find the hidden message contained in Klaatu's previous two episodes? If not, Klaatu reveals how to find it in this one, how to duplicate it, and what makes good steganography.
klaatu.nospam@nospam.member.fsf.org (klaatu) author
24.12.2018

HPR2711: Raspberry Pi 3A+ Review

Raspberry Pi 3A+ review In this episode of HPR, I will do a quick review of the Raspberry Pi 3A+, the latest release of the Raspberry Pi foundation. Specs The Raspberry Pi 3A+ has almost the same hardware as its big brother/sister the 3B+ : BCM2837 ...
yannick.nospam@nospam.frenchguy.ch (Yannick the french guy from Switzerland) author
21.12.2018

HPR2710: Youtube downloader for channels

I had a very similar problem to Ahuka aka Kevin, in hpr2675 :: YouTube Playlists. I wanted to be able to download an entire youtube channel and store them so that I could play them in the order that they were posted. Add the url's to a file called s...
ken.nospam@nospam.fallon.ie (Ken Fallon) author
20.12.2018

HPR2709: Bash Tips - 16

Bash Tips - 16 (Further auxiliary Bash tips) Arrays in Bash This is the first of a small group of shows on the subject of arrays in Bash. It is also the sixteenth show in the Bash Tips sub-series. We have encountered Bash arrays at various points throu...
perloid.nospam@nospam.autistici.org (Dave Morriss) author
19.12.2018

HPR2708: Ghostscript

Ghostscript is the open source implementation of Postscript. You can read its docs online. To compress a big PDF into something possibly smaller: $ gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -dPDFSETTINGS=/screen -dBATCH -sOutputFile=output.p...
klaatu.nospam@nospam.member.fsf.org (klaatu) author
18.12.2018

HPR2707: Steganalysis 101

1. Introduction Hello and welcome to Hacker Public Radio, I’m Edward Miro and I’ve been a fan of HPR for a while now and really love its collaborative and random nature. It’s always been important for me to support the hacking community. I always take ...
c1ph0r.nospam@nospam.protonmail.com (Edward Miro / c1ph0r) author
17.12.2018

HPR2706: Why I love the IBM AS/400 computer systems

This is a talk about my love for the IBM family of AS/400 computer systems. Although it’s a very hacker unfriendly system there is still much to admire and love. It’s completely different from anything else which makes it nice but also very likely to d...
jbaten.nospam@nospam.i2rs.nl (Jeroen Baten) author
14.12.2018

HPR2705: Evidence-based Medicine

Basing medical care and treatment on the scientific evidence should be the norm, but frequently it is not. Doctors may treat based on how they have always done it, or how other doctors do it (i.e. best practices), but there is a movement now to reorien...
zwilnik.nospam@nospam.zwilnik.com (Ahuka) author