Thomas Holbrook | The *Nixed Report
One of the things that has become apparent in the last several months is that we live in interesting times. The things that we thought weren’t possible have become the inevitable.
It feels like we’re living in a real life Twilight Zone.
As we continue the new year, new challenges arise. In order to better cover the topics that fascinate us and hold our passion, we need to be able to step it up. That requires money.
The first goal is to make sure the web hosting can handle the files and traffic we throw at it. The reason why we host each episode ourselves is because we also want our site to get more traffic.
That won’t happen if the podcast is hosted off the site.
If we reach $100 a month, hosting will be upgraded. With better hosting, we’ll be able to have more traffic. From there, further goals will include upgrading our recording equipment and even investing in a dedicated studio.
The studio is a long term goal and won’t be reached for a while.
In the meantime, feel free to share our Patreon page, and become a patron today.
Thomas Holbrook II | The *Nixed Report
There will be a slight delay of the latest episode of the podcast. The original plan was to have it published on Friday. Due to a second part time job and the current work schedule, I will be pushing it back to Tuesday.
I will be having the podcast published on Tuesday from here on out.
At some point, Friday will have a video show that summarizes the week. Mondays will also have regular posts that are more Unix and tech related. For tgose who are in the midwest, please have a safe and wonderful weekend.
Icy weather is never fun.
Welcome back to The *Nixed Report. After encountering spam issues with e107, the decision was made to go back to WordPress. The site will always be changing, but the core of it is done.
The Distro Journey series will be getting better due to the acquisition of more hardware, thus allowing for more well rounded reviews of different operating systems.
Finally, the previous co-hosts of the podcast and I have parted ways due to creative differences. Steven Tompkins is the new co-host of the podcast and Stephen Kelley has returned. Tompkins has a background in technology and gadgets, which will immensely help the show.
I want to end by saying thank you for visiting the site. There will be more content in the coming days. For now, you may feel free to check out our podcast as well as our social networking links in the left margin.
Remember to entertain yourself, educate yourself, and empower yourself.
Thomas Holbrook II
Founder and Editor in Chief