Phil Torrone and Limor Freid of Adafruit Industries have a video project called Citizen Engineer, where they aim to educate and entertain when it comes to various aspects of open source hacking. Now they've released a comic to go with it. The inaugural book essentially mimics the video, but also happens to come complete with functioning QR code trickery and a SIM reader that you can use for fun (maybe profit?). The set costs $US35 (purchasable here), but if you like, you can also print it out yourself. The downside is that you might not get the same, high quality look and you definitely won't get a SIM reader. But then again you save $US35. [Citizen Engineer]
Citizen Engineer Releases A Comic All About SIM Hacking (and Tosses In A SIM Reader For Good Measure)
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