Ok, I fed my video from LinuxWorld Expo 2007 into a computer and am processing it now but in the mean time I found this interesting video from Geek Entertainment Television that should tide you over.
For those interested in telephony on Linux, I ran across this engEDU video on Google Video this morning.
I learned about a handy dandy program today named recordmydesktop and the GUI for it, gtk-recordmydesktop. Seems to work pretty well. How well? So well that I actually ran out and bought a microphone so I could record the following video.
I've done a few presentations on OpenVZ and I had some slides made so... what the heck... I thought I'd slap together a presentation video.
The video is 800x600 and I didn't want to stretch the center column on the front page, so read the full story to see the included video.
Wow, has it really been 6 years since we watched this movie at a BillingsLUG meeting? Well, if you haven't seen it, enjoy. I think J.T.S. Moore did a good job. Buy a copy if you want a high quality version on DVD. I did!
Seems all I can do lately is post videos. Well, here's another batch that show what some of the Linux native first person shooters look like.
Hmmm, recently YouTube could only do 10 minutes of video or less... but now it appears Google is pushing some of their larger, more interesting videos (at least to me) to YouTube even though they originate from Google.
After culling through some of the videos on Google Video, I recommend the following... and most of them are part of Google's engEDU or TechTalk series. All of them can be downloaded if desired with the exception of the OLPC video.
The State of the Linux Kernel - Andrew Morton
1 hr 21 min 37 sec - May 1, 2007
The Linux kernel Roadmap - Jonathan Corbet
I found this video on Google Video very interesting and decided to share it.
The State of the Linux Kernel by Andrew Morton
Google Tech Talks - May 1, 2007
Linuxfest Northwest has been an annual event since 1999 held at Bellingham Technical College in Bellingham Washington which is approximately 90 miles North of Seattle. To allow for the largest participation, it is held on a weekend. Linuxfest Northwest 2007 was held on April 28-29th and was attended by approximately 900 people.
Warren Sanders, Donnie Lunder (BillingsLUG), Ken Dyke (HelenaLUG) and I (BozemanLUG) made the trip.
[Update: Added OpenVZ video!]