KW1606 – Storytime: Joplin Edition

A quick mini-podcast this week inspired by the Knightwise.com community and a discussion over on the Discord.

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KW1605 – Data and the Erosion of Privacy

On this week’s walk Knightwise presents some food for thought about how we manage our private information online, and how those managing our social networks manage us as a result.

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KW1604 – Linux for a Living

For two decades the era of “Linux on the Desktop” has been just around the corner. This week Knightwise takes us through a discussion of how he’s using Linux to drive some tasks for work, and how the pandemic-driven changes of 2020 might have helped push more Linux to the forefront.

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KW1603 – We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Transmitters

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Podcasting has always been a way for those who don’t otherwise have a platform, to get out and share what’s on their mind, share their knowledge and experiences, and do it without having to buy your own small-town radio station. This week Knightwise takes us on another walk through the Belgian countryside to tell you why you should record your own podcast.

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KW1602 – Retro Computing

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This week on the podcast Knightwise takes on the topic of retro computing. Whether virtualized or involving the resurrection of old hardware here are some ideas to put some older tech to use for you in 2021.

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KW1601 – Letting the iPad Pro Work for You

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Welcome to the first episode of Season 16 of the knightwise.com podcast. Picking up where we left off at the end of Season 15 with a show about the iPad Pro and how KW puts that to work on a regular basis.

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KW1507 Tablets through time.

After ten years have past since the launch of the famous iPad tablet we take a look back through history and ask ourselves: Is the tablet ready to serve as a replacement for our desktop? We rant about the pro’s and cons of android vs IOS and how Microsoft came close to the holy grail. Topped of with some fancy tunes from ScannTec its another show from the Knightwise.com bunker.

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KW1506 Lockdown Lifestyle part 2

In the second part of “Lockdown Lifestyle” we focus on filtering the information coming your way via Social Media and being aware of the “reality distortion field”. We train you to help tech organize your day and talk about the goals you want to set for yourself.

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KW1505 – Lockdown Lifestyle Part 1

We are back (from the dead?) with a new show talking about the impact of “working from home” during the lockdown. In part 1 of a two-part episode we talk about how to use technology to enhance your digital (and analogue) lifestyle during the lockdown. How do you use tech to separate Work/Life/Play and stay sane during crazy times.

[Lockdown Lifestyle part 2]

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  • Music: Italo Brutalo – Avion [Youtube]

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KW1504 – The Year of the Linux Desktop?

The Discord roundtable is back again this week with the perennial discussion among technology and open source enthusiasts – Will we ever see the year of the Linux Desktop?

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