JE 048: Jim Salter¶
- Air Date: 2020-01-21
- Duration: 51 mins 21 secs
About this episode¶
Brent sits down with Jim Salter, co-host of Jupiter Broadcasting's TechSNAP and technology reporter at Ars Technica. We explore his relationship with computers via the US Navy, when code has it's place in either proprietary or open source licensing, the value in being a social gadfly, and Jim's motivations behind his writing and who he is hoping to reach and inspire.
- Jim Salter - Ars Technica
- TechSNAP — Systems, Network, and Administration Podcast
- The Cathedral and the Bazaar - Wikipedia — "given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow"
- The Cathedral and the Bazaar: Musings on Linux and Open Source by an Accidental Revolutionary by Eric S. Raymond
- Martin Luther King, Jr. on Justice and the Four Steps to Successful Nonviolent Resistance - Brain Pickings
- Social gadfly - Wikipedia — "to sting people and whip them into a fury, all in the service of truth."
- Stoicism - Wikipedia
- 'No Man is an Island' by John Donne
- Nebula - GitHub — A scalable overlay networking tool with a focus on performance, simplicity and security
- Ars Technica - Nebula VPN routes between hosts privately, flexibly, and efficiently, by Jim Salter
- Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure - YouTube — "Be Excellent To Eachother"
- Jim's JRS-S.net - JRS Systems: the blog — technomancy made simple
- Jim Salter - @jrssnet on Twitter
- Brent Gervais - @brentgervais on Twitter
ars, ars technica, brain pickings, brunch with brent, bsd, code, coding, community, extras, gadfly, interview podcast, jim salter, jupiter broadcasting, leader, licensing, linus, linus torvalds, linux, navy, nebula, open source, stoicism, techsnap, the cathedral and the bazaar, vpn, zfs