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Linux Journal Issue #169/May 2008


Beyond Telecom: Bob Frankston on the Future We Make for Ourselves  by Doc Searls
What if the “last mile” was the end of the road for telecom as we know it? We interview tech pioneer Bob Frankston, who sees the Internet as a “demo”, and a future where networking is something we do for ourselves.
Telephony Shoot-Out  by Dan Sawyer
A little detective work uncovers the right VoIP solution for Podcast recording in Linux.
Turn Your Computer into a Phone with Skype  by Federico Kereki
A beginner's guide to installing and using Skype on Linux.


Adventures with Chumby  by Daniel Bartholomew
In the kitchen with the Chumby device.
AVSynthesis: Blending Light and Sound with OpenGL and Csound5  by Dave Phillips
Make your own abstract experimental films with the combined powers of two of the finest audio and video environments for Linux.
Fresh from the Lab  by John Knight
New software—Zero Install System, deco and orDrumbox.
Running Ubuntu as a Virtual OS in Mac OS X  by Dave Taylor
How difficult is it to download, install and run Ubuntu Linux within the two popular virtualization environments for Mac OS X, VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop, and is it a usable alternative to dual booting?
Mobile IPv6 with Linux  by Salah M. S. Al-Buraiky
An MIPv6 primer.


Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge   OpenID  
Marcel Gagné's Cooking with Linux   Jumbled Words  
Dave Taylor's Work the Shell   Handling Errors and Making Scripts Bulletproof  
Mick Bauer's Paranoid Penguin   Customizing Linux Live CDs, Part I  
Kyle Rankin's Hack and /  Last-Minute Secondary Mail Server  
Doc Searls' EOF   The Multiple Play  


An Ideal Appliance?  by Dan Sawyer and D.N. Crowe

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