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jonasbn (1153)

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Monday July 09, 2007
07:45 AM

Off the (Hook|Wall)

[ #33758 ]

I have been following the podcasts related the 2600 magazine for some time now.

And I have grown rather fond of these characters, who week after week, discuss and debate everything from a hacker perspective.

I have tried with other podcasts (perlcast not included), even in danish, but none of these seem to make me go back.

Hak5 was quite entertaining, but after the summer break I never really got started again - all of the others I have tried out, have simply proved boring, too end-user, simply just rumormongering or news relaying...

So I stick to my beloved Off the (Hook|Wall) no matter how crazy those people seem and perlcast of course, since with those I am at least entertained and educated.

Recommendations for alternative podcasts are more than welcome.

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