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Wayne Green
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Wayne Sanger Green II, was an American publisher, writer, and consultant. He was formerly editor of CQ magazine before he went on to found 73, 80 Micro, Byte, CD Review, Cold Fusion, Kilobaud Microcomputing, RUN, InCider, and Pico, as well as publishing books and running a software company. In the early 1980s, he assisted in the creation of the groundbreaking Brazilian microcomputing magazine, Micro Sistemas (Portuguese).
Licensed by the Federal Communications Commission in the Amateur Radio Service with the callsign W2NSD, he was involved in a number of controversies and disputes in the Ham Radio world, notably with the ARRL and CQ magazines. As of 2011 he lived in a farmhouse in Hancock, New Hampshire and maintained a website with content from his on-line bookstore.
Wayne Green died September 13, 2013.

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Southern Indiana Security/Hacker group

A few friends and colleagues of mine are starting a group with a focus on all topics of hacker culture. "hacker" in its original form, exploring and being innovative. We already run the Dubois County Linux User Group @ dclinux.org.
We're knowledge seekers, we enjoy learning how systems work, inside and out. Our intentions are mostly academic along with wanting to meet individuals that are near, to build relations and share knowledge. The group, website, topics, and culture will be based on the early-mid 90's culture. A laid back, old school feel, reminiscent of later Phrack issues (phrack

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