Greengate Mall Revisited

Western Pennsylvania 2600 Meetings (2000-2001) Sign In or Register to add photos

2600: The Hacker Quarterly is a magazine that covers topics such as hacking, phreaking, social engineering, and other subjects of interest to a technically-minded audience. Founded in 1984, it is published quarterly by founder and editor Emmanuel Goldstein. In 1987, it established the first 2600 meeting in New York City, which became a model for similar meetings worldwide. These meetings provide an open forum for technology enthusiasts to discuss various subjects generally related to the world of technology. The Western Pennsylvania 2600 chapter initially held meetings at Greengate Mall from August 2000 until the mall's closing in August 2001. It currently holds meetings in the Pittsburgh area. Photos courtesy of http://www.pa2600.org/. Note: Website is defunct.
Amazing Typing Skills
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Sbarro
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Bellisario's
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Socket Code
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Touch Tone Hacking
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Keep It Quiet
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Hackers
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Something To Explain
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Pretending To Work
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Keeping It Alive
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Count Me In
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Men At Work
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Infamous Payphones
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