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  • 10:49:43 am
  • Thursday
  • 27 April 2017

Tweed Issue 10 Released

Issue 10 is now on sale. Bill has done an outstanding job of creating a cohesive theme for this episode.

Kicking it off with ‘The True State of the Union’, the issue moves into reader submissions that hit on topics from nader to Napster. Also included in issue 10 is our summer interview with Nathan of Boy Sets Fire. Casper’s Hacking Page teaches you how to use a webpage to launch a macro-virus attack and Stew maintains an invisible presence as he repeats Soundgarden and Stp riffs to himself. (’Thought it was the end - thought it was the 4th of July’)<Br><Br>

You should buy this issue! The cover alone is wonderful: George W. Bush digging a grave... The words on the tombstone read ‘We the people’. Praise to Bill and Brian for that one.



Stewart Smith
Monday, 15 January 2001

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