Issue 2 is here!

Issue 2 is here!

The spring 2011 issue of your favourite quarterly newspaper about doing things you’re not supposed to is here! Enjoy Duncan Gough‘s “Macroscope app”, hear about the hacks that stopped Hitler, admire the studio of the Feltmistress, see inside a safe with resident locksmith Bosley Fetcher, plus 25 years of Challenger, Helen Keen, hacking TV signals, [...]

Adi Shamir's Visual Cryptography

Adi Shamir’s Visual Cryptography

Hackers! contributor Alby Reid demonstrates the marvels of Adi Shamir’s visual cryptography for us. To have a go yourself, download this and this and layer in Photoshop – or print onto acetate! Buy a copy of issue 1

Coming up in Issue 2

Coming up in Issue 2

Even more and even better stuff coming up in the spring issue. Where else would you get all this… Safes Hacking ATMs Wikileaks Events Movie science Rocket science Hacking the National Lottery The semantic web The trouble with man-in-the-middle attacks Magnetic navigation The hacks that stopped Hitler How to win at The Hobbit Why information [...]

Issue 1 of Hackers! is here!

Issue 1 of Hackers! is here!

It’s arrived. Hackers! is a full-colour, 12-page, quarterly newspaper packed with entertaining creations and ideas, features on artists, scientists, and everything inbetween. Read about laser-powered bongs, hacking time, new games for old 8-bits, side- channel attacks, Victorian hackers, combination locks and plenty more. “Why hackers? I kept seeing this very fresh, very motivated creativity everywhere, individuals quietly found [...]

Hackers! is still coming

Hackers! is still coming

Issue 1 is on its way. I know we’ve been saying that for a while, but I promise it’s true this time. We’re just putting the last touches to the design. There’s no backing out now. It’s a limited run, so get in touch if you want a guaranteed copy put aside for you. Hackers [...]

Issue 2 is here!
Issue 2 is here!

The spring 2011 issue of your favourite quarterly newspaper about doing things you’re not supposed to is here! Enjoy Duncan Gough‘s “Macroscope app”, hear about the hacks that stopped Hitler, admire the studio of the Feltmistress, see inside a safe with resident locksmith Bosley Fetcher, plus 25 years of Challenger, Helen Keen, hacking TV signals, [...]

Adi Shamir’s Visual Cryptography
Adi Shamir's Visual Cryptography

Hackers! contributor Alby Reid demonstrates the marvels of Adi Shamir’s visual cryptography for us. To have a go yourself, download this and this and layer in Photoshop – or print onto acetate! Buy a copy of issue 1

Coming up in Issue 2
Coming up in Issue 2

Even more and even better stuff coming up in the spring issue. Where else would you get all this… Safes Hacking ATMs Wikileaks Events Movie science Rocket science Hacking the National Lottery The semantic web The trouble with man-in-the-middle attacks Magnetic navigation The hacks that stopped Hitler How to win at The Hobbit Why information [...]

Issue 1 of Hackers! is here!
Issue 1 of Hackers! is here!

It’s arrived. Hackers! is a full-colour, 12-page, quarterly newspaper packed with entertaining creations and ideas, features on artists, scientists, and everything inbetween. Read about laser-powered bongs, hacking time, new games for old 8-bits, side- channel attacks, Victorian hackers, combination locks and plenty more. “Why hackers? I kept seeing this very fresh, very motivated creativity everywhere, individuals quietly [...]

Hackers! is still coming
Hackers! is still coming

Issue 1 is on its way. I know we’ve been saying that for a while, but I promise it’s true this time. We’re just putting the last touches to the design. There’s no backing out now. It’s a limited run, so get in touch if you want a guaranteed copy put aside for you. Hackers [...]

Preview! Some quotes from Issue 1
Preview! Some quotes from Issue 1

“Under the new system, a one hour lunch break becomes a four centitago lunch break and a five minute cigarette break becomes a four millitago cigarette break. It would take some time to adjust to the new system, but I believe it would be worth it” “I remember the third time I testified before the United [...]

Issue 1 is coming
Issue 1 is coming

The first issue of Hackers! is on schedule for November 2010. Watch this space for updates. In the meantime, here‘s Tom Armitage of BERG showing me how to dismantle a Rubik’s Cube using a screwdriver.

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