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Site geral do Emanuel, a maior figura por detrás do projecto 2600 que começou como revista, passou por muita coisa incluindo as rádios que apresento

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se repararem o nome de um dos gajos do filme hackers 95 com a angelina jolie novinha ( ;)) tem o nome que ele usa como pseudónimo, Emmanuel Goldstein... mas é o Eric Corley (escolheu esse pseudónimo por causa de um livro muito famoso onde a personagem emmanuel era um gajo que lutava contra o Big Brother


e sobre o projecto 2600, a revista


Off the Hook

Off the Hook is a hacker-oriented weekly talk radio program hosted by Emmanuel Goldstein.[1] It airs every Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time in New York City on the community radio station WBAI 99.5 FM. It is simulcast online via streaming MP3 and over shortwave radio by WBCQ at 5110 kHz.[2] The show is also available as a podcast, although the show has been made available in this format since long before that term was coined.


Off the Wall

Off the Wall is a radio show that airs every Tuesday night at 6:00 p.m. EST on WUSB 90.1 FM, "Long Island's largest non-commercial, free-form radio station." It is hosted by Emmanuel Goldstein, the nom de plume of Eric Corley, publisher of 2600: The Hacker Quarterly. The show is similar to another show hosted by Goldstein, Off the Hook, although telephones and technology play a lesser part in this program, which is more focused on current affairs and general discussion.

The opening song for the show is from the "Thin Blue Line" soundtrack by Philip Glass. Under the President George W. Bush years, the opening song was "Point Blank" from the Naqoyqatsi soundtrack by Philip Glass.


e se quiserem recuar no tempo, o Brain Damadge

"Brain Damage" was a two hour call-in show hosted by Emmanuel (using the name Eric Corley) which aired from 1988 to 1995. The show covered all kinds of serious topics as well as non-serious ones. Favorite regular features included Confuse The Operator, highlights from Radio Moscow, and a reading of the lunch menu by the university lunch lady. Callers contributed their over-the-phone songs, stories of their lives, and features such as the "Math Teacher Spy." There were fewer and fewer shows in the later years until it finally came to an end on January 29, 1995. There was also a reunion special to mark the station's 25th anniversary in 2002.



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Fixe desconhecia rádios sobre estes assuntos.....

Mais uma vez um topico bastante util... ;)

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