Surprise, surprise: WikiLeaks-related headlines continue to explode at the end of the week. Most compelling? The old guard hackers of 2600 magazine condemning Anon kiddies, a Homeland Security employee protesting government access bans, and American spying charges looming over Assange.
2600, the Hacker Quarterly, is now available on the Kindle for $3.95, a bit cheaper than you'll find it on newsstands. Editor Emmanuel Goldstein says other platforms are being explored, too. [Amazon]
In the days of touchscreens and wireless data, our heroes of yesteryear find solace in the companionship of one another.
The finicky, rubbery controls of the Atari 2600 were as much part of its charm as the classic arcade ports it's known for. And now, for a mere $15, those bittersweet memories can come to your Windows, Linux or OSX system through this faithful-looking USB recreation of the original Atari 2600 joystick. The peripheral…