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RockPaperScissors Radio is a weekly show presented for Australian community radio and podcasting alongside the monthly RockPaperScissors zine. Content developed and produced by the RPS Crew. read more »
Have you wanted to get into cross-country Bicycle Touring, but thought you didn't have The Money, Muscle, Gear, or Know-How?
Good News! You only need The Know-How, presented here for free in an accessible and engaging zine!
SOME FEATURES INCLUDE:
The Space-Bag Camelbak
Hack Yr Bike Into a Touring Bike
Kitty Litter Bucket Panniers
In-Traffic Communication read more »
RockPaperScissors - Issue 7
| Curiously collaborative | Indignantly Independent | Disgustingly DIY |
Where helpful opinions flourish, useless points of view come to die, and where we stand for what we believe until, or unless, life shows us to believe otherwise. Bringing you views, news and reviews from across the globe. read more »
"A war is run.
We run, both in offense and defense.
When you can't run, it's time to die."
Winter is waning and spring will be a scorcher. And it's not just global
warming. People all around the globe are fired-up and looking to create a
better future. Are you and your affinity group ready for the warm, sunny days
ahead? read more »
Why pay for food when it grows on trees?
Food not Bombs
Which would you give you your children?
(Image of apple) (image of grenade)
Food not Bombs.
Free food for communities that care for one another.
Crafty Kinky is a DIY manual to creating some of the kink projects I've done myself & other assorted writings... I hope this serves as a jumping point for those interested in exploring that beautiful place where crafty meets pervy. Once you take the dive, the possibilities are endless!
The zine is made of of selections from a book titled We Are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise of Global Anti-capitalism that was edited by Notes from Nowhere. The original book chronicles the anti-capitalist/anti-globalization movement of the late-1990s and early-2000s. Consequently, a lot of the tactics discussed here come out of that context. read more »
using space is a zine about squats, social centres and alternative ways of living.
this is issue six, produced january 2o12.
previous issues are also hosted here apart from five, which was too large, but it's hosted at other places, including northern indymedia uk
* Facing Up to Mike Weatherley's Fearsome Gauntlet
* A Secret History of the City
* The CoolTan Arts Centre read more »
Read no more odes my son, read timetables:
they’re to the point. And roll the sea charts out
before it’s too late. Be watchful, do not sing,
for once again the day is clearly coming
when they will brand refusers on the chest
and nail up lists of names on people’s doors.
Learn how to go unknown, learn more than me:
To change your face, your documents, your country. read more »
A sailboat is not the first thing that comes to mind when contemplating the range of useful responses to the set of intractable global problems that confront us. Nor the second. But once it does, a bit of further study makes it apparent that few things will possess greater long-term utility in the changed circumstances we should all be expecting. read more »
Collection of principles and guidelines as enumerated by military affairs analyst John Robb. Some of the world's top guerrilla groups have formally adopted Robb's work on warfare as their own. According to Robb, torrential improvements in technology and globalization have combined to make it possible for small groups of violent individuals to go to war against nation-states and win.
This is a short, but fun outline for destroying those annoying surveillance cameras. It covers the why CCTV cameras should be destroyed, the common types one might encounter, various methods of disabling them (for example: paint in squirt guns and cement blocks dropped from above), and tips on training.
The imposed version is for printing as a zine. read more »