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An ad in 2600:The Hacker Quarterly

Posted on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 in advertising, kit biz, News by DP

Special thanks to the machinegeek for arranging the most recent ad in the infamous 2600: The Hacker Quarterly. This ad is in the issue that hits newsstands now.

2600’s free ads are still the only advertising we do on a regular basis. We’re in good company in the 2600 marketplace, TV-B-Gone has an ad right below ours (not visible here).

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