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9 Linux podcasts you should follow

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There are a number of great websites that report on Linux-related news. But sometimes it's nice to listen to your news while driving to work...or playing in the background while getting some actual work done.

For that, you need podcasts. But with so many out there, where do you start? With that question in mind, I present to you some of the best podcasts (both audio and video) that the Linux world has to offer.

This Week In Linux – A great series of short videos covering, predominantly Linux and Android specific topics, produced by Jordan Keyes. It is always high-quality and extremely information-dense. This is, in my opinion, one of the “must watch” shows out there.

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