HTZ #8: Beautiful Technolust

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Hack This Zine!: Print, text, read.

News and Events

* Intro
* Behind Schedule

Theory

* Leak Everything... Leak it Now
* Power of Hactivisim
* Ronin: A (Brief) Intro
* Iptables: Network Auditing with Evoltech
* Hot Piping Coffee Enema
* Anti-Copywritten

How-Tos

* Protect Web Folders
* RFI Rooting Tutorial  read more »

Unmarked Categories and the Question of Power

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some anarcha-feminist notes

Burning Sensation #4

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The No-Frills Fall of '99 Final Issue

Anarchy, Eco-Preservation, and Gandhian Non-Violence

The Biotic Baking Brigade

Anti- Corporate Y@K Analysis

Revolutionary Communiques

A Hopi Peace Declaration

and more...!

Consent or Coercion

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An anarchist case for social transformation and answers to questions about anarchism

New State Repression, The

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by Ken Lawrence

Introduction by Kristian Williams

zephyr: love & lessons on anatomy, autonomy and anarchy

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zephyr, vol. 1: love&lessons in anatomy, autonomy, and anarchy
(now without technical difficulties)

inaugural issue, yo!
short nuggets on the finer things in life, namely:

stealing, sleep deprivation, sin,
politics, poetry, pretty pictures
awkwardness, anger, alcohol
existential crises, etc, etc, etc

there are no answers here. but there are guava trees and gender issues. read it already!

Aux Libertaires (To Libertarians)

Notes: Originally written in French in August 1980 and signed by 25,000 people. Published in November 1980 by Editions Champ Libre, as part of the volume Appels de la prison de Segovie [Appeals from the prison in Segovia], which was attributed to the “Coordinated autonomous groups of Spain.”

Aux Libertaires was signed Les Amis Internationaux (“International Friends”) and is presently attributed to "that Debord guy."  read more »

public spaces, spring 2004

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public spaces is a seasonal review from paradise 29 artel. p29a is the inevitable result of the claim to space made by you, a growing number of economically-bound crafts people, creative expressionists, free-thinkers/feelers, and the like.  read more »

public spaces, summer 2004

ps, summer 2004

public spaces is a seasonal review from paradise 29 artel. p29a is the inevitable result of the claim to space made by you, a growing number of economically-bound crafts people, creative expressionists, free-thinkers/feelers, and the like.  read more »

public spaces, fall 2004

ps, fall 2004 cover

public spaces is a seasonal review from paradise 29 artel. p29a is the inevitable result of the claim to space made by you, a growing number of economically-bound crafts people, creative expressionists, free-thinkers/feelers, and the like.  read more »

public spaces, winter 2005

ps, winter 2005 cover

public spaces is a seasonal review from paradise 29 artel. p29a is the inevitable result of the claim to space made by you, a growing number of economically-bound crafts people, creative expressionists, free-thinkers/feelers, and the like.  read more »

public spaces, spring:summer 2005

ps, spring/summer 2005 cover

public spaces is a seasonal review from paradise 29 artel. p29a is the inevitable result of the claim to space made by you, a growing number of economically-bound crafts people, creative expressionists, free-thinkers/feelers, and the like.  read more »

Love Manifesto by Crystal Folz

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My original plan was to write an essay about women and their relationships.

The more I studied, the more questions I asked my friends, the more I realized I am probably more upset about the state of women’s relationships than they are.

I’m not sure how many issues of this zine there will be.

I only know they will all question what I have been taught to believe about men, what I have learned from women, and my observations and experience with both genders.  read more »

Necrosocial: Civic Life, Social Death & the University of California, The

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Occupied UC Berkeley, 18 November 2009.

Being president of the University of California is like being manager of a cemetery: there are many people under you, but no one is listening.
UC President Mark Yudof

Capital is dead labor which, vampire-like, lives only by sucking living labor.
Karl Marx

Politics is death that lives a human life.
Achille Mbembe  read more »

affective disorder @ new school

from plans for new 65 5th avenue

affective disorder @ new school

[neo]liberal arts && broken hearts

the empire strikes back...  read more »

most beautiful word in the english language is... resist

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poems by ellen marie hinchcliffe

Dealing with Distractions: Confronting green capitalism in copenhagen and beyond

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Just in time for the COP15! a zine which collects new and recent texts dealing with the climate crisis from a variety of anticapitalist viewpoints. How does the fight over the climate crisis fit into the fight against the capitalist system. Climate change is the symptom, capitalism is the crisis!

Download At:

http://zinelibrary.info/files/dealing_with_distractions_read.pdf (22.7 mb)

or

http://dealingwithdistractions.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/dealing_with_...

Disorderly Conduct #3

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an insurrectionary green-anarchist quarterly

Download at:

http://zinelibrary.info/files/disorderly3.pdf (15.6 mb)

Wasted Indeed

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Anarchy and Alcohol

Theft of Our Youth, The

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radical ideas and thoughts on the treatment of children

Revolt #8

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The coming of a new dawn

Revolt!: A Journal of Anarchy and Rebellion Issue #8

late Spring/ early Summer 1999

Taking the Left to Task

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by Dan Raphael

We Are Winning

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ACME collective communique from the 1999 Seattle WTO protests

Disorderly Conduct

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summer 2000

Axiom

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establishing a culture of resistance

Everyone To The Streets: Communiques and Texts from the Streets and Occupations, Greece 2008

Everyone To The Streets: Communiques and Texts from the Streets and Occupations, Greece 2008

The good people at the 56a Infoshop in London have released “Everyone To The Streets: Communiques and Texts from the Streets and Occupations”. The book is 150 pages long (!) and contains an introduction by the 56a collective, two chronologies from Athens and Thessaloniki, 15+ texts and communiques from the streets and occupations plus analysis from Greek group TPTG and afterword. It costs £5 and is available from 56a Infoshop, 56 Crampton St, London SE17 3AE UK (opening hours Wed 3-7, Thu 2-8, Fri 3-7 and Sat 2-6pm. For mail order, check Active Distribution (www.activedistribution.org)  read more »

Position Paper On Occupation

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A how-to-guide for shit.

I'll Bring the Gun: issue #1

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Armed wimmyn in revolt.

Issue number one features an interpretation of Valerie Solanas' S.C.U.M. Manifesto as well as some tacky CRASS "art".

More to come...

Movement #1

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"MOVEMENT" is the re-named and re-launched newsletter from the No Borders Network in the UK.

We hope to create a periodical which draws in other groups, organisations and individuals who resist the border regime.  read more »

As of yet, (Unnamed) #2

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Issue number 2 of AS OF YET, [UNNAMED]. deals with themes of identity, conflict and coming together. It’s the basis for what we hope will be a growing dialogue in our community and all those confronted by the same problems.

by Long Island Food Not Bombs

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