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Citizen Engineer is an online video series about open source hardware, electronics, art and hacking by Limor Ladyada Fried of Adafruit Industries and Phillip pt Torrone of MAKE magazine.
|1||COMIC BOOK / ZINE: Volume 01 - SIM CARD HACKING||Citizen Engineer volume 01 is now a comic book/zine! Volume 01 of Citizen Engineer is available as a limited edition full color 32 page comic "SIM CARD HACKING" - the comic also comes with a SIM card reader kit! We print, trim and assemble each one on demand and they look amazing! We are doing a limited run of these, get the first printing at Adafruit Industries. Citizen Engineer volume 01 - SIM CARD HACKING comic is CC attribution-share alike 3.0. You are encouraged to share it and also print your own, if you'd like to support Citizen Engineer and future videos/comics get a comic/kit!||7/8/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoVolume 01 - Phones: SIM card and payphone hacking||Learn how a SIM card works, the small card inside GSM cell phones, make a SIM card reader, view deleted messages, phone book entries and clone or crack a SIM card. Citizen Engineer is an online video series about open source hardware, electronics, art and hacking by Limor (Ladyada) Fried of Adafruit Industries and Phillip (pt) Torrone of MAKE magazine. Modify a retired payphone so it can be used as a home telephone and for VoIP (Skype). Then learn how to modify the hacked payphone so it accepts quarters - and lastly, use a Redbox to make "free" phone calls from the modified coin-accepting payphone.||7/25/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
I loved it! Informative, interesting and different all while playing up beat music. I only intended on previewing this podcast to see if I wanted to watch it later or delete it, but I ended up watching the entire video. This first podcast even got me looking into purchasing an old pay phone! I wish there was a sight to go to so I could get schematics and a parts list for the circuits you built. I'll be looking for more podcasts soon!
You are awesome!! Are you married?
Too much awesome
The first, and only episode that I know of, was so awesome. I'm really hoping that more are in the works.