Audrey writes, "The Recompiler is a new feminist hacker magazine dedicated to learning about technology in a fun and inclusive way. The first issue of the magazine is now online, with articles about glitchy art, 80s tech, SSL bugs, and the flaws in DNS."
We asked contributors, “what do you hack on?” and “what inspires you?” The answers ranged from the basic principles behind computing, to glitchy retro technology. We have a pair of articles on DNS and SSL that may be enlightening if you’ve never considered the scope of what it takes to create secure internet communication. Other writers and artists shared a little about their personal work and history in technology.
What else will you find inside this issue? Hacked graphics, adorable kittens, useful advice, and “what’s in your bag?” taken to a whole new level of detail. Plus the call for contributors for Issue 2, if you’re feeling inspired to write, photograph, or illustrate something yourself.
Artist David Bowen (previously) has produced a new video of his expanded tele-present wind project, where indoor plants in Spain are moved by an outdoor plant buffeted by winds in Minnesota.
Pioneering engineer Bill Atkinson was the lead designer/developer of the Apple Lisa graphical user interface, creator of MacPaint and QuickDraw, and part of the original team that developed the Apple Macintosh. In 1985, Atkinson dropped acid and came up with HyperCard, the groundbreaking multimedia authoring program that was really a precursor to the first Web […]
In Washington today, U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan received a letter signed by 47 Senate Democrats and two independents calling on him to schedule a vote to keep Net Neutrality rules active. Under Trump’s FCC chief Ajit Pai, the Obama-era rules to help keep the internet free, fair, and equal will die next week.
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