The Ultumix Computer Radio Show Live!

May 30th, 2008

By Justin Breithaupt: usacomputertec

The Ultumix Computer Radio Show Live!

Well I was thinking of an extra way to get some income and advertise my computer services at the same time and so I thought why not start my own Radio show? It’s easy. So all I have to do is make some commercials to put on my show and that should be pretty easy.

Personal Message from the Host:

You can call in and ask Justin Breithaupt about Computers. Subjects will include GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Macintosh, hardware, Viruses, Security, Internet, ect.
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 20068 If you would like to call Toll Free you can call: (865) 329-7705 (not a toll free number) and we will hang up on you and call your number back. It will show up as an unlisted number.
If you would like to sponsor this Live Radio Show simply e-mail us at or call and leave a message at (865) 329-7705.
If your interested on being on the show or doing a private interview about a Computer product, service, or device then please contact us the same way as mentioned above. We don’t have to record it at our normally scheduled time.

Scheduled Time:

Time: 08:00 PM EDT

How to participate:

Call in:

  1. Dial: (724) 444-7444
  2. Enter: 20068 # (Call ID)
  3. Enter: 1 # or your PIN

Join from your computer:

  1. Click here to join the call or just listen along
  2. (Optional) Become a TalkShoe member

Facebook user? You can join this Call directly through the TalkShoe Community Calling Facebook application.

Listen to the Recording:
If you missed this event or want to hear previous recorded episodes click here.

Quick Update.

May 13th, 2008

Thomas Holbrook II | *NIXEDBLOG

Hey everyone, I figured I would offer a quick update concerning the magazine. I decided to keep everything at $1.95 until the third issue.  Then I will raise the price to $3.95 per issue.  Also, to the person who commented on Justin not following the recommended format, thank you for doing that.  For those who wonder why I allow Justin to post, it is for a few reasons:

  1. I count him as a friend, and I decided to do him a favor.
  2. I want to be as inclusive as possible.  I have offered other people the opportunity to blog here as well.  That offer still stands.
  3. Justin offers a different perspective.  Of course I do not agree with everything he says.  However, the one important thing that can come of him posting is to cause people to think, talk, discuss, etc…. The same goes for me posting.

If you would like to write here, feel free to let me know. is now open.

May 11th, 2008

By Justin Breithaupt. 05/11/2008

If you remember a little while ago the Wikipedia informed me that I had no freedom of speech there. After that I started Then I got a phone call from a Wikipedia attorney that informed me that I needed to change my name.

So I sat up a new site at called I was searching for a logo similar to the Wikipeida‘s Puzzle sphere except that I wanted it to be more open. I found a logo I could use on

I decided that I would not put down the Wikipedia but rather allow other sites to do that for me. I also allowed the Wikipedia to state it’s own definition of what it was by quoting them.

I got several responses to this post and even though the responses were negative it’s still site content which means my site is growing.

From i’mnothere:

“I’m sorry you haven’t learned anything, but I do have a suggestion. I sometimes follow the nixedreport, and I recall your friend asking posters to put in a certain format for their name as the author. You haven’t been doing that. Maybe it is ok with him, I don’t know, but I sure would want to not be associated with the posts you put there.”

Last night I submitted my Wikipedia alternative to several groups looking for a Wikipedia alternitive. Hopefully this will spark some interest and get the thing going.

To join go to and click Join this wiki.

A list of links to other sites that have the same problems with the Wikipedia:
How to search without using the Wikipedia in Firefox!

Also if you are having any problems in the Wikipedia excluding you at all or posting something that is wrong just put “TELL THE WIKITRUTH” in your message without the “” and with the capitals and it will have these people looking at your page in no time.

Wikipedai Announces: “you have no freedom of speech here” Says Sandstein

May 4th, 2008

The Wikipedia Administrator Sandstein announced on 08:44, 4 May 2008 (UTC) here that “you have no freedom of speech here”. This was totally unexpected. Now I can confirm that what my friends said bout the Wikipedia excluding people was true. I had always been under the impression that anyone could edit the Wikipedia and that it was free and open. I had no idea it was a closed source entity. I can’t find anything in their policy or agreement that explains where I have violated it to be “blocked indefinitely from editing in accordance with Wikipedia’s blocking policy for vandalism” did I spray graffiti on the web page or put up porn? NO! So what did I do wrong?

In their words I:

Used the user name usacomputertec,

Ultumix GNU/Linux is not notable enough to be in a dictionary, (Two references to notability: The LinuxVault and The 2008 Olympus Rally (X-Games Tryouts))

Ultumix GNU/Linux is bad because it is trying to make money? Ubuntu sells support services and I don’t require money so what’s going on here?

Someone used the term “too spammy”. I didn’t spam anything. I wasn’t selling anything.

And they hate my guts (I think).

So what is the alternative? The Open Wikipedia

So if you go to the Wikipedia to post something remember not to put on the wrong colored T-shirt, tie your shews with your left hand, or use anything but Microsoft products or you might start going bald like me. lol.

Ultumix Has Been Nominated for Deletion.

May 3rd, 2008

I don’t know how to accept this award so I’ll start by thanking everyone involved.  Gwernol was so kind. I could not have done this without him. He said that my username: “usacomputertec” that I’ve had since September 2005 according to
the Wikipedia’s wrecords is in violation of the policy that says you can’t advertise using your user name. I pointed out that my user name was created before I changed my name of my business this year to USA Computer Tech but he didn’t care. I asked him if I had to change my skype name from usacomptuertec too so that I could post it as a place for support. He said he could let that one go.

They hate me, they really, really hate me.

He said If I changed my username I would be ok and he has been messaging me back and forth very quickly to resolve this issue but now it seems he has stopped for now. 🙁 So it does not look like Ultumix will be able to go on the Wikipedia.

“The article Ultumix has been speedily deleted from Wikipedia. This was done because the article seemed to be about a real person, organization (band, club, company, etc.), or web content, but it did not indicate how or why the subject is notable, that is, why an article about that subject should be included in Wikipedia. Under the criteria for speedy deletion, articles that do not indicate the notability of the subject may be deleted at any time. If you can indicate why the subject is really notable, you are free to re-create the article, making sure to cite any verifiable sources.

Please see the guidelines for what is generally accepted as notable, and for specific types of articles, you may want to check out our criteria for biographies, for web sites, for musicians, or for companies. Feel free to leave a note on my talk page if you have any questions about this. NawlinWiki (talk) 21:43, 3 May 2008 (UTC)”

“You have been blocked indefinitely from editing in accordance with Wikipedia’s blocking policy for vandalism, use of Wikipedia for personal promotion and advertising. If you believe this block is unjustified you may contest this block by adding the text {{unblock|your reason here}} below.”


I guess I won’t be on the Wikipedia any time soon but if any of you Wikipedia users out there want to send my thanks to Gwernol just click on his name here and send him a message. Thanks Gwernol for the Nomination.

How Ultumix GNU/Linux can save you over $10,000.00 a year and recent news…

April 30th, 2008

How Ultumix GNU/Linux can save you over $10,000.00 a year.

The current Price of Windows Vista Ultimate: $209.99 – $319.99

Microsoft Office 2007 Professional: $500.00

Norton 360 V2.0: $79.99

Quickbooks: $700.00

PC Game Average Price $46.99 x 128 = $6,014.42

Nero CD DVD burning software $59.99

SONY Vegas Movie Studio $89.99

Adobe PhotoShop $624.99

Microsoft Money Plus $59.99

The Bible $10.00

Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 $689.99

Adobe DramWeaver $398.99

Synaptic Backup Utility $382.99

Windows Server Enterprise 2008 $2,799.99

Loosing All Of Your Data! $Priceless.00

Total: $12,731.32

These programs would be needed to replace the functionality you get with Ultumix GNU/Linux. Also you could still get Viruses with Microsoft.

Recent News.

Well we have been wanting to start from scratch for a long time now. Ultumix was first based on PCLinuxOS and then (and currently) on Linux Mint KDE 4.0. Now we want to start over and base our distribution on either Ubuntu 8.10 or Slackware with both a KDE interface and Gnome. Basically here is what it is in a nut shell:

The KDE based version will be like the current Ultumix but with more hardware support and it will be less bloated. We also want to make a 64 bit version.

The Gnome based version will have the mac4lin interface so that it will be more friendly for Mac users. If we can get someone to donate a Macintosh computer to us for use we will compile a version for the Mac as well.

We also have the 2008 Olympus Rally Race up and running now where people can view the race and the pictures of the race at .

Jack Blood In Need of Assistance.

April 26th, 2008

Thomas Holbrook II | *NIXEDBLOG

Jack Blood, the host of Deadline Live on Genesis Communications Network is in need of assistance. He recently suffered a broken leg and currently has no insurance. Those who are interested in helping may donate through the widget below. Another alternative involves copying and pasting this widget to other sites and blogs.

Tux At The Races and the new Ultumix phone number.

April 23rd, 2008

Area1 As you can see here Tux is at the races!

Tux at the Olympus Rally (X-Games Tryout) was a success. We had 2  4×4 foot signs up at Area 1 and Area 2 and one sign each at area 3 and 4. People asked me about the signs as well. The video and the rest of the pictures will be up soon on the internet at just click 2008 Olympus Rally.

NEW!* Call: (865) 329-7705 You will be charged as if you were making a local phone call!

Revere Radio Becoming an FM Station?

April 15th, 2008

Thomas Holbrook II | *NIXEDBLOG

Robb Revere has announced that Revere Radio Network is in the process of becoming a Low Power FM Station.

“We will be able to do so much more with LPFM then ever before. As we have witnessed in towns and communities all across the United States, LPFM intercepts the daily messages brought to you by the mainstream gurus and replaces it with alternative information like you currently hear on Revere Radio Network. It brings people together. It gives people purpose and a sense of inspiration to put down the remote control and pick up a sign saying whatever it is they have to say, and hold it on the street corner for everyone to hear and see.”

The cost for the license is $7,000 and the deadline for completing all of the pertinent paperwork is October 8, 2008. Those who are interested in alternative media, especially Internet radio, that talks about things not commonly discussed on major media outlets, whether or not there is agreement on the subjects covered, may assist Robb Revere in the process by donating to him through their ChipIn widget shown below.

Linux on ESPN This Weekend! April 19-20 2008

April 15th, 2008

Justin Breithaupt | *NIXEDBLOG

You read right! Watch ESPN on the 19th and 20th. Ultumix GNU/Linux will be on ESPN this weekend in Garfield County. As you see here on the Map there are 6 courses. 4 of these races have spectator areas. I will be putting up 2 billboards at each of these spectator areas with the Tux Penguin and ULTUMIX.COM written on top. Click Here To See The Bill Board Design. The Race is known as the Olympus Rally. since they will be driving past 2 spectator spots every day I will be making 4 signs and posting 2 at each of the two tracks each day. I don’t know if I will sell many computers or get any donations but I’m sure that these signs will be worth the $10.00 laminate board I’m putting them on. 🙂 If your in the local area and this race was anything like last year’s race I hope to see you there.

If you would like to help by donating to this cause please go to and donate ASAP. Thanks.

To digg this article please go here.