>Among the seven trillion people who are – at least officially – Cooperative citizens, you are nobody. So far, anyway. You’ve got a ship, some weapons, and enough spare cash to get started – and one day,
>We know there’s more than a remake but this one , freeware and HD, looks very promising…
>Pirates C64 / Amiga – Interviews with Cracking Teams – 20.08.1986
Germany 1986 Pirates capture the market.
Source : VIA PirateOrg
>Creative Direction, 2D/3D Design, 2D/3D Animation: Daniel Wyatt
2D Artworking: Sophie Jones
Producer: JP Vergne (SSHRC grant for Western University / Ivey, Canada)
Script: Daniel Wyatt, Simon Thomson, JP Vergne
Voice Over: Melissa Chambers – Audio producer: Nick Flint
Sound Design: Arranged and edited by Daniel Wyatt
Music: Chevreuil, “L’Organisation Pirate”; Wikileax, remix of “L’Organisation Pirate”; and a 2 second sample from Beastie Boys, “Root Down” (1994, Grand Royal Records).
“The first goal is an uncensorable internet in space,” hacking activity Nick Farr, who initially began soliciting financial support for what has been dubbed the Hackerspace Global Grid, in August, told Meyer on Friday. “Let’s take the internet out of the control of terrestrial entities… [The hacker] community can put humanity back in space in a meaningful way.”
Meyer reports that while some hobbyists have managed to successfully place small satellites into orbit for short periods of time, but that tracking them have proved difficult due to budget constraints.