An article by one of our local nerds users, “Crossover: Where Metal and Hacking Met and Mixed,” has been published in the summer 2014 issue of 2600. This article concerns the early years of PC hacking when hackers used the BBS underground and other facilities, some borrowed, to communicate about the nascent underground metal scene. 2600 Summer 2014 issue You can purchase the issue at the link above or find it in local.. Read More
We’ve joined the 1990s errr 2000s err 2010s by now having a social networking presence: http://twitter.com/houston2600 http://www.myspace.com/houston2600 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Houston-2600/335911515174 I know you’re well and truly fascinated.
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Some ideas Lord Phatal and I were kicking around in email.
It was good to see all of you. Thanks to all who showed up. We had a large turnout and some good discussions, although as usual chaos seemed to be a major player as we tried to stay coordinated. The meeting had four discernible parts: I. Food and gabbing at Ninfa’s Express (the non-express part, where you sit down) II. 2600 continuation at Border’s III. Cigarette break behind Border’s IV. HAQR meeting among.. Read More
Ah… we’re thinking of having a tshirt. First proposed design is below. I don’t know much about visual art or design, so it’s just kind of a guess as to what we should do. Feedback appreciated.
Finally we’ve got all our systems up and running – blog, wiki, BBS & mailing list! Send an email to admin<a.t>hou2600.org to be added to the mailing list. The June meeting was a success with around 20 people showing up to practice lock picking and discuss some interesting technology. After Ninfa’s kicked us out, we went down to Borders books for more treats and social engineering.. More information on some projects soon…