Usually we keep touch with whats going on with Linux by visiting our favorite websites, forums, and/or YouTube channels bla bla bla, but that requires experience with Linux, and the will to learn different, plus the amount of reading needed can be a brick wall.
For those who are new to this way of life [iDrones], and the hopeless [DroneBerrys & Drones XP], I recommend following [The Linux Action Show] "I know superhero geeky name.." but lets face it, either a geek drove you to Linux, or you are that geek who annoys everyone about it... no shame in that, specially when MegaCorp software are constantly being shoved in our faces, at least we add the human touch.
The show itself is nothing like the title, Linux stuff and thrilling action are an oxymoron.. its fairly technical, but simplified for the masses, and the beauty of it is these guys work hard to fill an hour every week, gathering the best, most relevant, Linux related information out there.
The shows holds reviews, recommendations, previews, software picks, OS tests and analysis, plus they focus on one major topic every week, which makes it easy for you to look for the relevant episode of your interest and skip the rest..
So to my people in the Geekdom here is a way to keep us informed without the boredom of 19th century tech.. to the tech savvy, take a peek into the back alleys of tech... see what is coming your way in 2-3 years, and maybe be brave enough to try it.. don't worry it won't bite...
I really hope you like this link and who knows, maybe Marwan would want to contact these guys and start linking new episode with the website, Opensource doesn't stop at the code.. tré cool!!