About

I’m Joe Ressington. I’m a musician and a podcaster. You can check out my music here.

I currently have three active podcasts:

Late Night Linux is an independent show about Linux and FOSS. We also talk about wider tech topics like privacy and open standards. We publish an episode every other Tuesday.

I also host and produce three shows for Jupiter Broadcasting which is owned by Linux Academy:

Linux Action News is a weekly show with a very descriptive name.

User Error is a show about life, Linux, the universe, and everything in between.

Choose Linux is a show that captures the excitement of discovering Linux.

I have a personal podcast that used to be somewhat regular. It’s been a long time since I recorded an episode of that. Who knows when the next one will be?

You can follow me on Twitter or find me on Facebook. It’s probably worth mentioning that I don’t use Facebook very much.

You can email me at joe@ this domain.

8 thoughts on “About”

  1. Latenightlinux is the swearing really cool?

    Hi great show, have always enjoyed it. Interesting commentary and news..

    But could you please moderate / edit *ucking this that and the other.

    Just this second listening to your transmission … ” *ucked it up!”

    Wifey is listening along with me, and totally agrees it spoils the show.

    Down the pub with your mates.. fine…

    Please appreciate that you don’t control who is listening and more importantly when.

    I assume you wish to increase your listening audience is the aim and continued sponsorship.

    Additionally we can’t listen to this when other family members are present.

    Yes, I do swear, but can I make the observation that you are technically educated and well versed

    in both software and hardware and demean your show by its frequent and unnecessary use.

    An avid listener from your previous series Linux Luddites

    Nigel May

    1. Hi. Nigel. This is a strange place to bring this up and so it has taken me a long time to see it.

      I’m sorry that you don’t like the bad language but we want to be as natural and relaxed as possible. That means lots of swearing, I’m afraid.

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