Your creative, common, free and open hosts of Tuxjam, Kevie, Dave (aka thelovebug) and Andrew (aka mcnalu) return for another tour of software and tunes. We start, as always, with a glance down the latest releases on distrowatch.
In an attempt to inject brevity into the show we tried only review two items this month:
- Ubuntu based KDE distro KDE Neon
- ebook reader for Android Booky McBookface
But we managed instead to talk longer about fewer things with Dave doing an excellent Columbo impersonation with several “one more thing”s about KDE Neon.
The following CCmusic tracks were not harmed in the making of this episode:
- Mike Falzone and the Peppermint Trick – Leave a Little for the Fallout
- Avi Rosenfeld – Gotta Feel Alright
- The Spin Wires – Girls Like You
- Pat Broderick – After the Rain
We close the show with a brief roundup of feedback. Any that you may have is always welcome, email us direct should you have any advice, tips, questions or simply want to say hi.
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One thought on “TuxJam 69 – Tuxy McJamface”
Have installed Booky McBookface on my phone, and I like it!
Not yet fully tested, but I do like how you can Find Books Online from Archive.org and Project Gutenberg.
Good review of KDE Neon, I usually confuse that distro with KaOS.
Of the two I do prefer KaOS as it is independent and not based on Ubuntu.