Malawi Mountain Madness

August 27, 2013

A few weeks ago I wrote about my Malawi Mission. I will be climbing up the highest mountain in southern Africa in aid of the AMECA Trust. They are a small charity set up in memory of Alex Markus, an Army doctor who died aged just 23. His mother Ruth used the money she received from […]

Video killed the radio star(s)

August 19, 2013

We tried something a little different during the last Ubuntu Podcast recording session. Thanks to the nice people at BT who have installed fibre to the cabinet in the neighbourhood, we suddenly have lots more bandwidth available at Studio A. In turn that’s meant we can consider something that has only been a pipe dream […]

Come to OggCamp 13

August 12, 2013

Tickets for this year’s OggCamp are now available. Grab one while you can, they’re already going fast! If you’ve not heard of OggCamp before, it’s the UK biggest free software and free culture event: Two days of geekery, coolness and fun (in various proportions). It’s being held on the 19th and 20th of October at […]

Let’s talk about six, baby

February 25, 2013

A couple of weeks ago I wrote that we were planning the sixth season of the Ubuntu Podcast. Well, after much curry and tea, we decided to sally forth and put on a show! The first live recording session of the season will be on Wednesday 27th February – that’s this Wednesday! The first episode […]

The One and Only

February 18, 2013

Ubuntu One is a service that I have come to rely on. Initially a personal user, I use it for my wedding photography too these days. I promise I’m not getting a kick back for writing this, I’m just writing about a service that I use and appreciate! If you’ve not heard of Ubuntu One before, it’s […]