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NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE
17 April 2019, 8:57 pm

NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE

Posted 18 Apr, 2019 3:57:34 UTC

The new edition of Off The Hook from 17/04/2019 has been archived and is now available online.


NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE
16 April 2019, 5:43 pm

NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE

Posted 17 Apr, 2019 0:43:06 UTC

The new edition of Off The Wall from 16/04/2019 has been archived and is now available online.


SPRING ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
9 April 2019, 8:50 am

As the birds, plants, and insects begin to emerge, it becomes clear that Spring is once more in the air. But what really makes the season complete is the appearance of the Spring issue of 2600, which has just come out. If you're a subscriber, then you likely already know this. If you're not, it's really easy to become one - just click here and issues will start to come your way. You can also find 2600 in many bookstores and magazine stands. But it doesn't end there - you can also become a digital subscriber! Our Kindle subscription is available in both the U.S. and U.K. In addition, you can get digital subscriptions worldwide via Google Play and the Barnes and Noble Nook. There are all kinds of methods to get digital issues - just visit our digital edition guide to see them all. And enjoy the spring weather!

 


VOLUME 22 OF THE HACKER DIGEST RELEASED
4 March 2019, 12:41 pm

Volume 22 of The Hacker Digest is now out. If you're a lifetime digital subscriber, you will have already received this edition. Volume 22 is comprised of issues from 2005. We had a fun continuing theme on that year's covers involving a mysterious metallic case traveling throughout the world. We had no shortage of material to focus upon. There was a seemingly non-ending supply of bad laws and legislation all around the world. And we saw a connection. “The element of fear that is constantly bombarding us is the best thing that could have happened to those who want more control, more surveillance, and a crackdown on dissent.”

You can click here to buy Volume 22 or become a lifetime digital subscriber here. If you do the latter, you will receive digital copies of everything we have published to date, plus everything that we publish in the future. We have now digitized 32 out of our 35 years.

If you also want paper copies, we have a special offer here. And if you're an existing paper lifetime subscriber who wants to upgrade to digital at a discounted rate, just click here.

 


WINTER ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
17 January 2019, 8:25 am

As the dead of winter sets in, we're glad we can warm things up a bit with the release of our Winter issue. If you're a subscriber, you've probably had it in your hands for a few days. If you're not a subscriber, please stop kicking yourself - it's easy to become one! Just click here. If you've got a Kindle, it's super easy to become a digital subscriber. There are currently options for U.S. and U.K. subscriptions that will have an issue in your hands within seconds! We also have options for Google Play and the Nook from anywhere. (They have been slow to add the new issue so please give them a nudge if you use their services.) To see ALL of the digital options we currently have, visit our digital edition guide.


VOLUME 21 OF THE HACKER DIGEST RELEASED
6 December 2018, 4:11 pm

Volume 21 of The Hacker Digest is now out. If you're a lifetime digital subscriber, you will have already received this edition. Volume 21 is comprised of issues from 2004, our 20th anniversary and a year where we embraced propaganda, at least on all of our covers. It was a time of soul searching in the hacker community, the year of The Fifth HOPE, and a changing country.

You can click here to buy Volume 21 or become a lifetime digital subscriber here. If you do the latter, you will receive digital copies of everything we have published to date, plus everything that we publish in the future. We have now digitized 31 out of our 34 years.

If you also want paper copies, we have a special offer here. And if you're an existing paper lifetime subscriber who wants to upgrade to digital at a discounted rate, just click here.

 


THE CIRCLE OF HOPE DVDS ARE OUT
25 October 2018, 3:03 am

We know there are still some of you out there who continue to use DVDs, so we've been hard at work for months to make sure our DVD archive of this summer's Circle of HOPE conference is worthy of your collection. From designing fresh menus on each disc to ensuring that every moment of sound and picture is at its best, this has really been a labor of love and insanity on our part. And the icing on the cake is the new pricing structure we've introduced storewide - ALL of our HOPE DVDs now cost a third of what they did prior to this announcement!

Each DVD is non-DRM and can be copied freely and played in any region of the planet Earth.

Click here for The Circle of HOPE DVDs.

Click here for The Circle of HOPE Full Set.

Click here to start perusing ALL of our DVDs from each of our twelve conferences. (You can select individual conferences on the left.)

Have you sworn off DVDs entirely? You can get digital copies in full HD by downloading or by getting the entire conference on two thumb drives!

 


AUTUMN ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
11 October 2018, 2:10 am

The Autumn issue of 2600 has hit the stands! Not only that, but it's already in the hands of most of our subscribers, something you would know already if you were a subscriber. To become one, it really couldn't be much easier. Just click here. It's also incredibly easy to become a subscriber using a Kindle. We have U.S. and U.K. subscription options that will ensure your digital issues arrive on your devices without you having to lift a finger! You can also easily subscribe through Google Play or the Nook from anywhere. If you want to see all of the digital options we currently have, visit our digital edition guide.


COME TO OUR WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERT PARTY
1 October 2018, 10:42 am

This Wednesday, October 3rd, something very special will happen in the United States. Shortly after 2 pm, nearly every cell phone in the country will receive an emergency alert as a test of the Presidential Alert function that phones now have and which you CANNOT opt out of. So what better way to mark the occasion than to get a crowd of hackers (and hacker fans) together to capture the moment?

If you're in the New York metro area, we suggest you set aside an hour this coming Wednesday afternoon and join us at The Commons Cafe, 388 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn at around 1:30 pm to be a part of this magical moment. In the future, receiving this alert on your phone will likely inspire either significant annoyance or panic, so why not be a part of the one time when it can be an event of pure fun?

As is traditional in the hacker world, we would like to perform as many tests and experiments as we can when the moment arrives. Please bring different types of phones and devices to see how (and if) they work during this test. The whole thing will be captured for posterity and plans are in the works to broadcast the event live over the radio on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York. (To add to the fun, a nationwide Emergency Alert Service test is planned for all television and radio stations in the country immediately following the cell phone test.)

Wednesday, October 3rd, 1:30 pm

The Commons Cafe, 388 Atlantic Avenue (between Hoyt and Bond), Brooklyn, New York

Updates on Twitter at @hackerradioshow and @2600 - email questions to oth@2600.com

 


VOLUME 20 OF THE HACKER DIGEST RELEASED
6 September 2018, 11:39 am

We've released Volume 20 of The Hacker Digest. If you're a lifetime digital subscriber, you will have already received this edition. Volume 20 is comprised of issues from 2003, when war was in the air and all kinds of challenges faced the hacker community. It's a pretty fascinating period to look back upon.

You can click here to buy Volume 20 or become a lifetime digital subscriber here. If you do the latter, you will receive digital copies of everything we have published to date, plus everything that we publish in the future. So far, we've digitized 30 out of our 34 years.

If you also want paper copies, we have a special offer here. And if you're an existing paper lifetime subscriber who wants to upgrade to digital at a discounted rate, just click here.

 


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