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  1. File Name: BinRev Magazine 2.1 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 01 May 2014 File Category: BR Magazine The third issue of BinRev magazine. Before now, DDP members had been responsibly for writing most of the articles with a few of our regular supporters and good friends writing as well. At this stage, we really tried to push for more content from outside submissions. This is sadly what had always been a problem with the hacking community. Submissions and content providers are hard to find. Everyone wants to consume, but no one contributes. We were able to get some great stuff for this issue but it took a lot longer than I was expecting and it was the only issue that we released all year. That being said, it was yet another triumph artistically! Logan5 did an amazing cover which was completely his idea from the start. This cover was another work of art suitable for framing and one of my biggest regrets was with the final printed product. I just didn't have enough experience with printing to foresee that a wrap-around cover like the one used in this issue would cause the edges to crack when it was folded and stapled. I was heartbroken when the spine cracked on our nice card-stock covers because I felt like I was disrespecting his beautiful cover. Click here to download this file
  2. File Name: BinRev Magazine 1.2 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 01 May 2014 File Category: BR Magazine Original Release Date: September 2003 The second issue of BinRev magazine was much improved in term of visual aspects and creativity. We set a general theme for each issue and we tried to keep the overall design and layout as well as the articles that we wrote around those type of topics. On that theme, logan5 had free reign to do what he wanted with the cover compared to my simplistic approach last issue. I was amazed at his creativity and still think that this cover is suitable for framing all by itself. The interiors were also amazing! I was a lot more hands-off on the design work in this issue because it was apparent that logan5 was infinitely better at that than me so I focused on layout and editing while he made the graphics match the articles and really bring the whole magazine to life. If the first issue was our proof of concept, this issue was our proof of our ability to really get it right. This issue and the following issues were the proudest things that I ever put out in all of BinRev history. Click here to download this file
  3. File Name: BinRev Magazine 1.1 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 01 May 2014 File Category: BR Magazine Original Release Date: May 2003 The very first issue of BinRev magazine. We started numbering with Issue 1.1 as the official release. The goal was to number as "Year.Issue" so that we could always increment and release as many issues as we were able and have them in numeric sequence. We never released enough for this to make sense so the numbering system ended up looking strange to readers. This issue was very light-hearted and had some silly pictures and was a proof of concept to see if the interest was there. The article content was great and the formatting was a work-in-progress but we certainly got better with subsequent issues. Click here to download this file