A Print Magazine for Hackers @2600 @newyorker

A Print Magazine for Hackers – The New Yorker. 2600—named for the frequency that allowed early hackers and “phreakers” to gain control of land-line phones—is the photocopier to Snowden’s microprocessor. Its articles aren’t pasted up on a flashy Web site but, rather, come out in print. The magazine—which started as...