Andrey (azangru) wrote,
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Here's Bryan Lunduke’s recent episode about that ex-Google guy (isn't it just crazy how some random shit will suddenly occupy the minds of half the Internet — and then disappear into the void in a couple of days).



I loved Bryan from his Linux Action Show days. Sadly, he parted ways with his co-host Chris Fisher (super curious about the reason for that, btw), and never again was as good as he was then. Eventually, he started his own show / podcast called Lunduke Hour, which is mostly dull, because he gets to talk about stuff, for about an hour, several times a week, and with such a schedule he just runs out of stuff, and so becomes repetitive and uninformative...

Anyway, here’s his reaction to that recent piece of news, and although I cringed at some pars of the episode (I really don't care about diversity), I really liked the other parts.

One of the favorite quotes from the episode: "Let's not go ahead and draw comparisons to 1984, because it's too freaking easy" (~26 min 40 sec).
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