Apps that make us feel old, emotional songs, using actual paper, evolution of language, IRC channels we never look at, and more.
Whether open source needs to be a complete experience, a deep need for conflict, preferred social media, and our favorite emoji.
Open source at work, learning languages, naming cars, and innovations that haven't appropriately delivered.
Whether we'd use Windows if it was FOSS, pointless tech that most people want, bathing habits, useless jobs, and annoying popey with dream stories.
Context switching, improving Linux conferences, a positive approach to life, what makes us cringe, and more.
Whether the Web is yesterday’s news, a possible new approach to law and order, resolving conflicts, and some surprisingly useful life hacks.
The future of Internet video, the best way to develop open source software, skills vs talents, and our favourite types of animal companions.
Talking to ourselves, delicious family meals, and the complexities of modern work.
Disposing of hard drives, what a TV really is, and the veganism of software.
Paying attention to all the Linux users we never hear from, being less clever than we thought, and our biggest fears.
Tech mistakes, communicating with spouses, and why you shouldn't let popey drive you anywhere.
Our first computers, the future of food, and ethical sources of funds.
Being a good FOSS citizen, forcing popey to answer stupid questions, and personal freedom vs societal harm.
It's another #AskError episode. The finances of social situations and FOSS projects, automated vehicles, and ways to cheer up.
### AskError special. Sleeping arrangements, hypothetical distro infrastructure, and IT milestones. Plus bad habits, frugality, and breaking the law.
Dealing with users who hate change, dumb phones, and different approaches to social media consumption.
It's another #AskError special! Sleep tech, missing apps on Linux, a deep question, and much more.
Whether Linux is inherently secure, the next phase of online interaction, and wasting our free time.
How many users distros actually have, automating our homes, and the importance of common views and interests with our partners.