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NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE
24 August 2016, 8:47 pm

NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE

Posted 25 Aug, 2016 3:47:04 UTC

The new edition of Off The Hook from 24/08/2016 has been archived and is now available online.


NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE
23 August 2016, 6:19 pm

NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE

Posted 24 Aug, 2016 1:19:25 UTC

The new edition of Off The Wall from 23/08/2016 has been archived and is now available online.


VIDEOS FROM THE ELEVENTH HOPE ARE OUT
18 August 2016, 1:54 am

It was a ton of work, but well worth it in the end. We've compiled and catalogued HD video from every talk that was given in the main tracks of The Eleventh HOPE conference, which took place July 22-24. We're quite pleased with the results and we think you'll be amazed by the quality of the talks that were given this year.

Videos are available in a variety of formats. There are DVDs for full sets or individual talks. You can download MP4s of any presentation. And you can also get a massive 128 gigabyte thumb drive containing all 100 talks from the entire conference. All of these versions are DRM-free and you're welcome to share and copy to your heart's content.

Whether or not you were able to attend The Eleventh HOPE, you can now see every talk and have your own copy to preserve. And before you know it, another HOPE will be on the horizon.

 


FINAL BATCH OF HOPE PREREGISTRATION TICKETS ON SALE
13 July 2016, 12:36 pm

We've made a limited number of tickets to The Eleventh HOPE available. Once these are gone, we won't be offering more online. We will, however, have tickets at the door at the conference for $160. These will likely sell out early. But as we've mentioned, tickets are transferable so just because we stop selling them doesn't mean you'll be locked out if you work out a deal with someone at or before the conference. Keep checking the HOPE website for updates.

 


SUMMER ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
11 July 2016, 1:37 am

Right in time for the upcoming HOPE conference, the summer issue of 2600 has hit the stands and is landing in the mailboxes of our subscribers worldwide. It's incredibly easy to become a subscriber and experience this joy on a regular basis. We also have a bunch of digital editions: Kindle subscriptions in the United States and United Kingdom, Google Play, and the Nook. You can also get individual issues digitally or on paper. So choose the option that's best for you before the next issue is out!

 


VOLUME 32 OF THE HACKER DIGEST RELEASED
5 July 2016, 2:16 am

The latest edition of The Hacker Digest is now out. Volume 32 is comprised of all issues from 2015, rearranged in book form and totaling nearly 300 pages.

The Kindle and Nook versions are great for anyone who wants the text of all of the articles sent directly to their devices for easy and legible reading. The PDF version works on a variety of platforms and resembles the printed version of the magazine, with a number of layout changes and expanded features. All versions contain all of the graphics, along with enhanced cover pages (unobscured by print or barcodes), a full payphone photo spread in the middle, and a collection of all of the back cover photos. In addition, we also offer an EPUB version.

Download the PDF, EPUB, or Kindle versions.

Or... join the lifetime club and get ALL digital issues from the beginning and well into the future. Details here.

 


THE ELEVENTH HOPE SCHEDULE RELEASED
27 June 2016, 5:07 am

We've finalized the schedule for The Eleventh HOPE, taking place in New York City July 22-24, 2016. You can view it here.

We have a super wide variety of hacking-related talks with all sorts of exciting and controversial subject matter. Our keynote speaker is Cory Doctorow and more than 100 others will take the stage, covering everything from surveillance and privacy to biohacking, whistleblowing, exploits, social engineering, lockpicking, and so much more.

Tickets will only be on sale for a short time longer, so visit our store if you want to attend this historic event!

 


THE ELEVENTH HOPE ANNOUNCES YOUNG JOURNALIST CONTEST
9 June 2016, 3:43 pm

This year, The Eleventh HOPE conference is announcing a contest intended to inspire students and potential journalists to learn more about the world of hacking. For the month of June 2016, we challenge students who are interested in technology and journalism to write an article about the HOPE conference and publish it online. There are a wide range of topics the article can cover, from general technology issues discussed over the years, to a specific talk that inspired you. We've provided a few links at the end of this announcement to help you get started.

To enter, after you have written an article about the HOPE conference, send the link to where it has been published, along with your name, school, and intended or college major, to contest@hope.net. Bonus points for publishing in your school paper, or in one of the many tech publications that accepts contributor posts.

Your submission must be received by 11:59pm EDT on July 1st to be considered.

We'll post the top 5 articles on the HOPE conference website. The author of what we deem to be the best article will get a free admission1 to the The Eleventh HOPE conference, as well as a one-on-one interview with our keynote speaker, Cory Doctorow.

The Eleventh HOPE conference takes place from 22-24 July 2016 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City.

Links for more information about HOPE:

1: Although we do not require applicants to be in the New York City area, we will be unable to cover travel or accomodations for winners.


THE ELEVENTH HOPE SPEAKER SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY
17 May 2016, 11:23 am

We've been receiving a huge amount of speaker submissions for The Eleventh HOPE since opening the floodgates earlier this year. But all things come to an end and we need to start making final decisions on what talks will be presented. This Friday, May 20th, is the deadline for you to submit your talk idea.

Unlike most conferences, HOPE is open to all who want to present new ideas and discussions. We don't discriminate based on age or background. You can hold a doctorate or still be enrolled in middle school. If you have something interesting to say concerning hacking/technology, we want to hear it and so does our audience. Full details on how to submit your talk idea can be found at the xi.hope.net website.

The Eleventh HOPE will be held at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City July 22-24, 2016. Tickets are still available at our online store.

 


SPRING ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
7 April 2016, 11:56 am

Spring is in the air and our spring issue is on the stands - most of them, anyway. If you're a subscriber, you probably are already deeply absorbed in the latest news from the hacker world - the real one, not the kind you hear about on TV. If you've never been a subscriber or if you've let your subscription lapse, it's easy to subscribe through our online store. You can also find us at newsstands and book stores worldwide - if your store doesn't carry us, please suggest doing so to them. And last, but not least, are our digital options - everything from Kindle subscriptions in the United States and United Kingdom, as well as subscriptions via Google Play and Nook. There are other options too, including methods of getting individual issues digitally, all outlined in our digital editions section. After all this, you might still be able to come up with an excuse why you don't have an issue in front of you right now. But it's getting harder.


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