DIY Do It Yourself
This is the second newspaper put out by the World Without collective based out of Melbourne. Their new website, different from the one listed in the newspaper, will be http://www.worldwithoutsexualassault.org/ though it is not yet online. World Without also runs a distro at http://www.myspace.com/bottlesandbonesdistro, and they have an email address: email@example.com
The newspaper has articles on topics like grieving and mourning, myths about sexual assault, restorative justice, consent, and support.
This is the second issue the Cloak & Dagger Compendium, an ongoing serial dedicated to exploring, teaching, and developing thieving skills and tools. This issue focuses entirely on the ancient and prestigious art of lockpicking! This zine intends to teach promising footpads how to bypass and defeat warded locks, pin-tumbler and wafer-tumbler locks, and tubular locks. This edition also contains information on making one's own skeleton keys and lockpicks from commonly scavengeable materials.
EASY LIVING on the road! (aka: a bunch of stuff you can do at hotels while you are on the road!)
In this mini-zine you will find ways to get free breakfast, free internet and/or computer access, free household goods, and more. read more »
Theory of the Derive
by Guy Debord
"Making Prole Strolls a Threat Again" or something like that...
we inspired by some real crazy bitchez.
Not Yr Cister Press
This is the first issue in a series of zines concerning thieving skills! This issue contains information on the politics and ethics of theft, shoplifting, expropriation of capitalist goods, and dumpstering.
from Wikipedia April 2010
formatted by pirate press, Oly cascadia read more »
Folktales from past and future, as written by Tom Smith and Myra Eddy, plus others. Poetry, art, and stories.
An excerpt from the intro: read more »
This classic text on picking locks and manufacturing the tools to do so is a must for all beginners. It is not specifically an anti-authoritarian or anarchic text, but the skills it imparts are amazingly valuable for all direct-action-oriented radical folks.
Contains info on pin and tumbler locks, waver locks (called "disk tumblers" in this zine), and briefly touches on tubular locks. Not a completely comprehensive guide, but essential for novices. Happy pickings!
by the Trapese collective out of the UK, this is a chapter on anarcho-education from their book "Do it yourself; a handbook for changing our world"
february 2010: the story of my personal/political journey...
to read on your computer, download "obama made me an anarchist"
A Do-It-Yourself guide on how to become a Riflemyn: A person capable of hitting 20" wide targets from 500 meters away with standard surplus rifles and open sights.
april 12, 2005
by Aaron Wielder Forest
Common Sense Gardening
What it is
How it is made
What it does
by H. H. Koepf