Short interview with Christopher Waid about ThinkPenguin on the "Linux Action Show"

The "Linux Action Show" interview was recorded at the SouthEast Linux Fest 2014. The interview starts at mark 56:35. The interview was truncated a bit leaving out critical information on the difference between the distributions, the meaning of free software, and how ThinkPenguin differs from the competition.

A summary of the edited portion of the interview included information on how it impacts everyday users and how companies incorrectly utilize the words "free software" or otherwise are referring to price. We believe users should have the freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software and the reality is most manufacturers include hardware dependent on non-free software. Some even take this further and embed digital restrictions into the BIOS to ensure users can't utilize third party wifi cards or even switch operating systems.

ThinkPenguin, Inc. is currently the only company with a significant catalog selling free software friendly hardware. From wifi adapters and printers to desktops and laptops. For more information on free software friendly hardware check out the Free Software Foundation's Respect Your Freedom web site at:

You can watch the Interview on YouTube (viewable without Adobe Flash)