Coming up on this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’ve got a brand new look! Michael made some new branding for the show like a new Logo, new intro animation, new OBS scenes and some new fancy nameplates for each us even equipped with some motion effects. We’re also going to be covering community feedback, effective use of social networking, Pinetab, Half Life Alyx is now on Linux then we’ll also give you ways to improve your computing experience with tips, tricks and this week’s Software Spotlight. All this and much more on this episode of Destination Linux.
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Topics covered in this episode:
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- What We’ve Been Up To:
- New Logo for Destination Linux
- New OBS Scenes & Workflow
- New Nameplate Motion Graphics
- New Intro Animation for the show
- just so many new things in this episode 😀
- Using the Unity Desktop Environment
- Volumio – multi-room
- preparation for the virtual SouthEast LinuxFest
- Community Feedback:
- Issue with Manjaro with LUKS full disk encryption (we contacted Philip of Manjaro about it)
- timeshift-autosnap-apt for Debian/Ubuntu
- Main Topic of the Week:
- Using Social Media for a Career in Tech
- Pine64 Makes Waves With New Updates
- Valve releases Half-Life Alyx support on Linux
- Software Spotlight
- Ksnip – screenshot utility
- Tips & Tricks
- Draw.io – webapp/saas for diagrams, charts, flowcharts, mind maps and more.
Loved the new video effects, especially for when you have 3 co-hosts and swap to the single screen when one person is into a longer comment. Very professional. Good job Michael.
I really appreciated the talk about social media and presenting yourself online. I agree that you have to have a network, that makes total sense. I also agree that @MichaelTunnell is crazy for having and using Facebook, (shhhh, I do too) but he does run it in a Firefox container so that makes it okay. Ahem… that said, I think it is so important on how we present ourselves but at the same time, I think it is also incredibly important to give people grace and not read anything negative into anything said. Just look at the positives and just assume that everyone is doing their best to be awesome is the way I like to fly in life.
Thanks everyone - enjoyed this, especially the new intro and effects e.g. focusing on individual etc. I particularly enjoy how the graphic represents “Destination Linux” quite literally!
Much appreciated advice on job-hunting / presentation online and via social networks.
PineTab has to be my favourite news, this episode. Am keeping a close eye on this and PinebookPro especially if they’ll run vanilla Debian
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