Another Double Header!

That’s right, ladies, germs, and droogies of all persuasions, it’s time for another double-article spectacular in this month’s LinuxJournal. This month, I take on the eternal question facing all podcasters: “What VOIP program is right for me?” Needless to say, I am shamelessly opinionated on the topic. For an encore, …

Double your dosage – Double the insanity!

That’s right, my little droogies, the time has come once again to partake of the LinuxJournal kool-aid! This month, your humble narrator has two articles on offer – one talking about the deepest needs of desktop users, and the other reviewing, in depth, the current crop of multitrack video editors …

Updates

For your edification, the publications page has been updated with more information on the subversive screeds sold to the seditions press by your salacious storyteller… Okay, they’re not salacious stories. Not yet. They’re tech articles. You gotta admit, though, the alliteration is all right. Seriously, salacious storytelling sales will subsequently …

Linux+ Article: Blender and The Essential Blender

In this quarter’s Linux+ magazine, tucked between the shiny slick pages, is a little article that should tickle your fancy. Your humble narrator has written an excoriable piece about the loveliness that is Blender, and the book that tells you all about it, “The Essential Blender.” Take a look, enjoy …

So you want to be a sound engineer?

Or a podcaster? Or just a bloke with a really sexy sound box? Well, look no further, my friends! Your humble narrator has told all in his new article. This month’s LinuxJournal contains all you need to know about creating a field recorder for podcasting, multitrack event recording, and generally …

Distort the perceptions of others!!!

Welcome, my erstwhile disciples, and gather around for the newest exercise in computing obscenity. You see, LinuxJournal has just released another article of mine, and this time I actually lie. Yes, lie through the whole thing. It’s not so much that the information is not accurate – it is. Exceedingly …

Pollute your mind with LinuxJournal

The October 2007 issue of LinuxJournal hits the stands today, and the apparent obscenity seems again without end. This time, they’ve brought me on to propagate the new media gospel of guerrilla video editing with open source software. It’s a disgraceful, disreputable thing to do. It undermines good old American …

Deep Images

The July 2007 issue of LinuxJournal hits the stands today, and tucked within the shiny pages of this seditious rag is a small article on the use of open source software to rewrite the rules of photography. Well, kinda. Actually, High Dynamic Range Imaging has been around for a while, …