Podcasts and shows — Robin Wils's website
Last modified: Wed, Jan 6, 2021
I follow a few podcasts about technically topics to stay up to date with the new tech stuff and to see other people their opinions.
I follow a few podcasts about technical topics to stay up to date with the new tech stuff and to see other people their opinions.
The Lunduke Show
The Lunduke Show contains Technology News, GNU and Linux stuff, Retro Computing, …
Libre Lounge contains various topics involving user freedom, crossing free software, free culture, network and hosting freedom, libre hardware designs, …
Xah Lee Talkshow
Xah Lee is a GNU Emacs user who talks about a lot of things. From keyboard design to art and math. He has a lot of content on his website.
I don’t follow everything which he puts out, but I do follow him. He is honest and says his opinions even when many people won’t like his opinion. I find him a pretty interesting person, but I don’t agree with everything that he says.
I also follow some horror stuff, to see which movies I should avoid or should watch.
There is something about horror which I absolutely love which other genres just don’t provide. It is not afraid to cover some important topics which other genres would not.
May reviews horror movies and other stuff. She studied film making and isn’t afraid of the more underground side of the genre.
She also makes some music. “Never Call Me Again” was pretty enjoyable. It is not your average music though.
Cinemas Underbelly is makes videos about to the world of underground cinema. Offering analysis and review of some of the most obscure, controversial, and hard to find films that cinema has to offer.
I find this interesting. I am not sure if I would ever watch one of those kind of films, but I like to know what’s out there.
Some over-the-top movies probably have cool behind the scenes footage, which I would like to see.
I kinda want to try to make a short film. I find practical effects and other artsy things interesting. The behind the scenes stuff of some movies is incredible.
Videos about how to do filmmaking stuff. Most of the effects which are used are affordable and everything has pretty great explanations.