Starting this Sunday: "Lunduke's Big Sunday Placeholder Tech Show"
Gearing up for the big radio show later this Spring!
As many of you know, there is a Lunduke Journal of Technology radio show in development — set to debut during the Spring on radio stations across the country.
This will be a two hour show, recorded live every Sunday afternoon.
A commercial-free, podcast version will be made available to all full subscribers to The Lunduke Journal.
In order to get myself “in the groove” of recording a long-form, weekly radio show… I am going to be recording a show every Sunday that — while not the same as the upcoming radio show — will have some similarities.
I will be taking your questions (both via email and Lunduke.Locals.com).
It will be longer than my regular podcast episodes.
It will cover many topics.
It will only be available to full subscribers.
When the big radio show launches, it will auto-magically replace this “placeholder” show.
As this is not, technically, the full radio show — and the official name of that marvelous radio show has not yet been announced — I have come up with a mind-blowing-ly accurate name for this “placeholder” show:
"Lunduke's Big Sunday Placeholder Tech Show"
Rolls off the tongue, right?
How to send in questions for the show
There are two ways which you can send in questions for the show:
Via email to “email@example.com”. Use the subject “Show Question” to make sure it gets filtered to the right email folder.
I will also make a post, each week, on Lunduke.Locals.com where I ask for questions for that week’s show.
Either way, you’re going to need to be a full subscriber to listen to the show and see if your question makes it on air.
What sort of questions can you send in?
Possible topics can be all over the map… as long as it’s computer-y. Here’s a few example questions to give you an idea of the types of things that might make it into the show:
How do I install desktop applications on ChromeOS?
What is the best platform for gaming?
Why does my sound stop working in Linux?
Which operating system collects the least amount of personal data about me?
I heard this tidbit about Computer History or how systems work… is it true?
Really… all over the map. From tech support-ish questions to Computer History to opinions and advice on modern computing topics. All platforms, all operating systems.
Take advantage of the sale
We just had a subscription sale last week, but (what the heck!) let’s do it again! Why not! Both to celebrate (and facilitate) the awesome stuff happening… and to make sure all of you have a chance to enjoy everything coming!
At the very least, make sure you have the Founding Member Subscription. That’ll let you watch all the big shows (like Linux Sucks), hear all of the ad-free podcasts (and soon radio show), and get access to all of the subscriber-only articles and books and monthly PDFs. (Plus access to all of the sites in The Lunduke Journal family.)
Here’s the crazy deal (super duper discounted):
Anything over $50 will qualify for a Founding Member Subscription.
And anything over $125 will qualify for a Lifetime Subscription
This is insanely cheap. Obviously, if you feel you can afford a higher amount… that would be appreciated. But if those amounts are all you can afford? Go for it!
To get a Founding Member Subscription:
Choose the "Annual" option.
Enter "$50" (or more) in the amount field.
To get a Lifetime Subscription:
Go to Lunduke.Locals.com/support.
Choose "Give Once".
Enter "$125" (or more) in the amount field.
Note I am processing these manually, so give me a few hours to upgrade your accounts (on both Substack and Locals) after you make the purchase. I will contact each of you by email after I set your accounts properly. If you don’t hear from me within a day, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure your accounts get full access.