That's right...Linux is on the radio. "Say what", you say? "Bazinga!", I say.
Well, dedicated to the fictitious, yet, affable Dr. Sheldon Cooper, this radio station has a voice that broadcasts the latest stable kernel of Linux, now at 3.6.1 using eSpeak (there's some geek-speak for you), an open source text-to-speech synthesizer.
Of course, I did copy a huge chunk of that aforementioned description from the website, linux.fm
And if you thought that was crazy, they have a sister-site, whitenoise.fm (anyone remember the movie?) that plays white noise, pink noise and brown noise.
Yeah, I am not going to go into all that. There are a lot of people pretending to be busy updating Wikipedia with the definitions of what each of them means. I am going to steer clear!
So, if you do find a rather stoic biologist for a date, maybe the two of you can play some of these interesting stations as you relax...
I know what you are thinking..gotta get the date first right?
1. Linux Radio: http://www.linux.fm/
2. White Noise FM: http://www.whitenoise.fm/
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