The seventh edition of Interesting Times magazine has just been released in free pdf and nominally expensive print on demand (sold at cost, non-profit). This graphically-intensive publication covers the intersection of hacking, survivalism, planning for collapse of civilization, and exploring alternate ways of comprehending human society.
Articles for this issue:
How to be a virtual world badass
A new breed of retiree â€“ profiting from decades of knowledge
The career ladder is dead â€“ long live the opportunity cloud
The Hackerspace as bat-cave and lifestyle-lab
How to arouse a woman
Hacking your tactical kit, part 1: Ferfalâ€™s favorite clothing & gear modifications
Review: The Language Hacking Guide
How to learn anything and have more â€I know Kung-Fu!â€-moments
Creative home engineering â€“ makers of the best secret passages
Cassandra be damned: Incremental resiliency for the long emergency
10 ways to obliterate your fears and expand your comfort zone
The Myth of approach anxiety
Designing your life and living your dreams
Dr. Strange Investor (Or how I learned to stop worrying and make a fortune by betting on the New world order)
The Conflict cycle
On inner drive and the way to your goals
Can pick up be guided by the Financial markets?
The Memory palace: A venerable technique for remembering historic dates, your shopping list and phone numbers of random girls
It’s also worth checking out the back issues of the magazine. If you have a cyberpunk bone in your body, this is ripe fodder for exploration, and it’s free (as in both beer and speech). Visit the Interesting Times homesite today.