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Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011, 5:10 am

Episode 32 of TechBytes: Desktop Environments, Computer Games, Android and Ubuntu as the ‘New Linux’, Copyright Mentality

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Summary: Tim and Roy talk about the subjects above and apologise for irregular show releases

IN THIS belated recording of the show, Tim and Roy talk about a plethora of subjects ranging from Free/open source software to matters of law and economics. Due to Tim’s busy schedule at work and around the house we have not released many new episodes recently, not even show notes for the previous episode (Tim is hopefully catching up by now). Gordon was absent when Tim had returned online and we hope he’ll be back for the next show.

Here are the show notes for tonight’s episode.

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