Review of 2600 The Hacker Quarterly Winter 2020

It is mid-January and that means its time for the winter issue of 2600 The Hacker Quarterly. I have been an avid fan of the magazine for years. In the editorial “From the Ashes” I was pleased to read how the staff behind the magazine have overcome last years challenges. The digital edition is doing […]

Paged Out! – introducing a new Hacker Zine

Recently I have become aware of the existence of a new zine geared towards hackers and expert programmer. It is called Paged Out! and is freely available from their website. The zine is the brainchild of Gynvael Colwind (probably not his real name) and has so far seen two issues released: in August and November. […]

Review of 2600 The Hacker Quarterly Autumn 2019

For almost a decade I have been an avid reader of one particular Hacker zine: 2600 The Hacker Quarterly. First launched in 1984 the title is reference to the dial tone that was used on older non-digital telephones. Mimicking this sound it allowed those so inclined to make long distance calls for free if necessary. […]