http://shotofjaq.org/2010/04/the-costs-of-caffeine/ In the Open Source and geek culture there has always a celebration about taking oodles of caffeine and hacking into the early hours, boasting to your comrades that you drank more coke, hacked longer and are more hardware. Jono Bacon and Stuart ‘Aq’ Langridge explore whether our fascination with caffeine is such a good idea and whether there is an undercurrent of caffeine affecting our moods and the health of our bodies and our communities.
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Richard Bacon sits in for Simon Mayo and talks to Christopher Lloyd about his latest role Santa’s Buddies and the rest of his career.
Rock legend Alice Cooper has enjoyed a career spanning four decades with over fifty million album sales to his name. He joins Richard Bacon ahead of his Theatre of Death UK tour, and talks about everything from his hell-raising reputation to his love of golf.
Guest: Tim O’Reilly.
Tim O’Reillyis the founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media. He works to spread knowledge on past, present, and future technologies though his company. Beyond publishing is recognized as a leading visionary for future technology trends. He is an advocate of open source, open standards, and is pushing for intellectual property reform.
Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte
Jono Bacon, community manager for the Ubuntu Linux distribution, and rock star.
Guests: Jono bacon for Ubuntu
Amongst his other exploits Bacon is known for starting the website Linux UK, working on KDE, co founding the Lug Radio podcast. He is currently Canonical’s Ubuntu community manager. He has published three books, spoken at open source conferences throughout the world, and releases his heavy metal music under a the free Creative Commons license.
An unauthorized nap puts a police officer in a compromising position. Paul Bacon is a writer and cartoonist. The story you just heard is included in his brand new memoir, “Bad Cop: New York’s Least Likely Police Officer Tells All”.
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