Feature in “The Field Guide to Hacking”
Two of my projects got featured in the recent “The Field Guide to Hacking” publication by Michelle Poon.
Find more information about this here: https://www.tfgth.com/
Within _TFGTH, there is a collection of projects, instructions, and code, that is ordered into six(ish) sections, each prefaced by essays written by some very smart people who can explain peripheral topics of hacking far better than I could, as well as providing some respite from the sea of projects; a gesture to those who would like to know more about hacking, but perhaps not actually participate in it, physically.
It attempts to demonstrate the spectrum of activity that occurs within our community; the pragmatic, the useless, the altruistic, the political, the social, the scientific, the artistic, the speculative, and the deliberate.
Check out the preview here.
Where can I buy it?
For the time being, I need to pause sales, as  I need to print more copies  I’m busy  Do you want to help me find a publisher to take care of it for me? =D
If you super extra want to support the project, you could send an email of interest to boost the motivation factor ^________^
Is there a digital version?
This is currently being sorted out, please be patient!
There’s a Limited Edition version??!?
Yes… but it’s extra limited, since I have to assemble/solder it by hand, so imagine how many I can possibly make… Once they are all gone, that’s it.
It says Version 1.0 – so there will there be updated versions?
Currently v1.1 is in design production, as there are heaps of mistakes in v1.0. But it’s demonstrative of the super-DIY methodology of this whole situation, so take part in this very human glory.
At the moment there is no additional content planned, so changes will be superficial.