Telecomix activist crowdfunding translation of his autobiography.

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I don't ordinarily do this, but I think this is a special case.

During the time of Occupy and the Arab Spring, the hacktivist collective Telecomix was the boots on the ground, the eyes in the sky, and a bloom of jellyfish swimming to and fro in the endless oceans of the Net. Among the many jellyfish who banded together beneath Agent Cameron's banner was the talented hacker Tomate, who later went public with his real name - Stephan Urbach. When the Telecomix network came under an unprecedented (at the time, anyway) attack that we were never able to trace the …

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New releases from Steampunk Magazine.

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The staff over at Steampunk Magazine have a pair of new releases for the edification and amusement of everyone out there. First off, issue number three of their 'zine has been released under the terms of the Creative Commons v2.5 license for download or purchase at the cost of $3us. Secondly, a short book entitled A Steampunk's Guide to the Apocalypse has hit both the Net and printing press (cost, $5us), and features the paintings of Mr. Colin Foran (XKCD-flavored technical drawings by Anonymous). Tongue in cheek in nature, it briefly describes how one would stay on one's …

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