The man with no name.

So this may very well be our last show once SIS has listened to it. Pete and Matt welcome on-board the bus FreakyClown who later on in the show will be telling us how the Internet filters that the UK government is trying to implement are pretty pointless if you use such things as TOR browser.

Matt starts us off with an item about chromecast, the new dongle TV thingy everyone is raving about. Freaky and Pete are pretty so-so about it to be honest probably the best part is the cool Segway Pete does into the item about the MS surface and how it has lost shed loads of money

"Open source computer anybody?" The guys rip to pieces Intel's latest $200 offering in the guise of the rasberry pi. Not only is some of the hardware pretty old it is woefully underpowered for the pricetag compared to some equipment currently on the market. Having said that, during the "It began in South Africa" section of the show Pete comes up with a novel use for the Intel board.

Archie Woof, woof

It began in South Africa
Originally the team was going to be skipping this section but Matt desperate to see Pete rant goaded him into talking about the daily update he has been running for the Ubuntu Edge.

Main Topic
So here it is folks section you have all been waiting for, the team tell you how to be hated by the UK prime minister by using simple methods to circumvent ISP filters the government is trying to make mandatorily.

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Interlude Music 1: Ma poupée by: David TMX
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It began in South Africa: It began in South Africa by: Andre Hugo
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