Tonight Live: 'Roblimo' Miller Plus Does God Like Microsoft?Jul 15, 2003, 22:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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Tonight Live: 'Roblimo' Miller Plus Does God Like
Microsoft? >> on The Linux Show!!
At 6pm pt, 7pm mt, 8pm ct, and 9pm et.... Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are all back live tonight. We have a great show lined up for tonight on The Linux Show!
Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week. Tonight on the news: This week in the news segment we will be discussing: Microsoft screwing the pooch, More Better Faster Desktops, Does God. And of course; way way more.....
Segment Two- DevChannel- the community of developers that drives technology forward
Tonight we will have a conversation with Robin 'Roblimo' Miller , Editor-in-Chief of OSDN and one of the creators of the subject of tonights second segment DevChannel.org Robin is one heck of a nice guy. Robin is one of those people who knows what it means to work for a living, and is a long time respected member of Open Source media.
DevChannel! OK, so what is it and why should I
DevChannel is hoped to be the central news and reference resource for developers interested in core technology topics. With original feature articles and interviews, daily news updates, access to SourceForge projects, Freshmeat downloads, and Slashdot discussions. DevChannel opens a channel of communication to developers, organized by topics that matter.
We'll also cover some updates regarding the OSDN websites in general, which many of us DO use: Slashdot, Freshmeat, NewsForge, Linux.com, yada yada yada.
Robin Roblimo Miller is a frequent guest of TLS and has been seen in our ICR room from time to time. Robin is Editor-in-Chief of OSDN, publishers of Slashdot, freshmeat, SourceForge.net, and this new DevChannel.org site. He is ALSO author of "The Online Rules of Successful Companies" (Financial Times Prentice Hall) and is working on a new book tentatively titled "Trouble-Free Computing With Linux" due in early 2004 from Sams.
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