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April 10, 2011, 12:47:15 AM
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I have a few copies of the magazine "2600 The Hacker" quarterly, which I would like to sell. I would prefer to sell everything in one package, but if anyone would like to buy individual copies, I can live with it. I live in Sweden but can send anywhere, however, the buyer pays for these costs.

I have no idea what these are worth so I propose that people who are interested to name a reasonable price.
If more than one person would be interested, it will be some sort of price auction bidding.

I got the following magazines:
(To clarify, with copies, I mean that I have one of each of the following)
Volume 16, Number 3
Volume 16, Number 4
Volume 17, Number 2
Volume 17, Number 3
Volume 17, Number 4
Volume 18, Number 3
Volume 19, Number 2
Volume 19, Number 3
Volume 20, Number 1

And a picture can be found here: http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600.jpg

Anyone interested?

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April 10, 2011, 03:30:54 PM
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Im pleased to see that people are putting backsplashes behind thier item for sale.

I am not a buyer but i would like to know:
What kind of information is within the magazine (please give an example straight outta the book)
did you purchase these?, if so, how much in total did you spend?

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April 10, 2011, 05:08:23 PM
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Im pleased to see that people are putting backsplashes behind thier item for sale.

I am not a buyer but i would like to know:
What kind of information is within the magazine (please give an example straight outta the book)
did you purchase these?, if so, how much in total did you spend?

I didn’t buy them all at the same time but when they came out 1999 - 2003 one cost about 80 Swedish kronor each which translates to approximately 13 USD and which roughly is something like 17 btc. But since this was quite a long time ago and it’s my guess that the value of these hasn’t gone up since then therefor maybe 5 btc would be a reasonable price? But I’m open to negotiation.

Regarding the content and information of these, I took some more photos.

Hers is the table of contents of each of them:

   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume16Number3.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume16Number4.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume17Number2.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume17Number3.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume17Number4.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume18Number3.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume19Number2.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume19Number3.JPG
   http://www.divergenta.com/images/2600/Volume20Number1.JPG

As you can see it's mostly about hacking, cracking, programming, crypto- and tech-stuff. But also some philosophical and cyber-politics related articles.

If anyone has any more questions or would like more information, just let me know.

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April 11, 2011, 03:49:08 PM
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These are Very intresting, had it'd been 6years ago i would've Definitly purchased All of these, but since Moore's Law exsists it is likely that the information cotained within the books would only help people running within a Linux/WinXP Era.

But these are again Very intresting and i definitly expect someone to purchase them.

Great work on your ad!

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April 11, 2011, 09:51:52 PM
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Back issues are available from 2600. The website lists the prices.

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April 11, 2011, 10:14:50 PM
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Back issues are available from 2600. The website lists the prices.

Thank you very much! I didn't know that actually, that simplified things a lot.

I did some calculations and according to these it would cost at least 37.5 USD which is something like 49.125 btc to order these directly from 2600. And I didn't include any shipping costs in that calculation.

I have a proposal for anyone interessted. I am willing to sell all of them for 31 btc or 3.33 btc for just one.


Reasonable?

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May 25, 2011, 12:50:37 AM
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In case somebody is interested is made an auction at biddingpond:

https://www.biddingpond.com/item.php?id=702

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