Late Night Linux – Episode 116


Graham tries to argue that NFTs are sometimes good, SUSE prepares IPO, Canonical gets friendly with Google, Konvergence in KDE Korner, and more.



Steam Link now available on Linux

SUSE prepares for multi-billion Euro IPO

Canonical Makes Flutter ‘Default Choice’ for Future Desktop Apps

NASA Mars helicopter lead on Linux Unplugged



The next mumble get-together date will be on Friday 26th March at 10pm UK time. Details here. Check out Late Night Linux Extra 17.



Non-fungible tokens: a passing fad, a serious investment opportunity, or a dystopian nightmare?

NFTs, explained: what they are, and why they’re suddenly worth millions

Stop this digital ownership madness. NFTs are bullshit. And the stupid makes me angry

The explosive (and inclusive) potential of NFTs in the creative world

Jack’s first tweet is for sale

The climate controversy swirling around NFTs


KDE Korner

Elisa on the desktop and the phone… you could say… konvergence

Save and load plasma config Nico Love Video Series

Frameworks 5.80 is out




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