DIY Do It Yourself
This classic text on picking locks and manufacturing the tools to do so is a must for all beginners. It is not specifically an anti-authoritarian or anarchic text, but the skills it imparts are amazingly valuable for all direct-action-oriented radical folks.
Contains info on pin and tumbler locks, waver locks (called "disk tumblers" in this zine), and briefly touches on tubular locks. Not a completely comprehensive guide, but essential for novices. Happy pickings!
by the Trapese collective out of the UK, this is a chapter on anarcho-education from their book "Do it yourself; a handbook for changing our world"
february 2010: the story of my personal/political journey...
to read on your computer, download "obama made me an anarchist"
A Do-It-Yourself guide on how to become a Riflemyn: A person capable of hitting 20" wide targets from 500 meters away with standard surplus rifles and open sights.
april 12, 2005
by Aaron Wielder Forest
Common Sense Gardening
What it is
How it is made
What it does
by H. H. Koepf
DIY Armor: How to make impact-resistant basic body armor from commonly found waste materials read more »
TUNE IN: HAPPENINGS IN THE SCENE
o hack this site founder raided by fbi
o right wing hackers target indymedia network
o directnic enforces icann whois contact info accuracy
o phpbb 2.10 disclosure cause mischief and mayhem on the net
o nmap developers intimidated by fbi...by wyrmkill
ARM YOURSELF: EXPLOITS AND TECHNIQUES read more »
At long last, we present to you Negate Politics, Affirm Cuteness. Expand the playground, kiss your best friend, etc.
DIY Life: doing things independently of experts, professionals, institutions, corporations, and similar things. Taking our lives, and our communities, into our own hands.
This zine is by Dealing With Our Shit, a men's group for men and male-identified people from the Twin Cities who later took on the task of mentoring other males through accountability processes for sexual assault. It's over 100 pages of interviews, reflections, and analysis about their history, their experiences, and their effectiveness. A great resource for anyone interested in working on community response to sexual assault outside the prison/court system. Lots of art, too!
(large file, beware!): read more »
Using Space is a zine about squats, social centres and alternative ways of living.
Issue four features a visit to a squatted land project in central Amsterdam, the UK national squat meet in Bristol, a rumination on social centres, a large squatting action in Sweden, a fotoreport from the Dutch national squatting day and some recycled newspaper reports.
A5, b&w, 36 pages inc. cover
This zine is a DIY guide to skinning, tanning, and softening animal hides without the use of industrial chemicals.
occupation: a diy guide from the imaginary committee