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+This page details the Bibliotheca Anonoma's content policy.
-* All files must follow the [[File Format Standards]]. This is to prevent incompatibility. The use of common, open-source, and widespread formats will greatly aid in portability.
-*
+## Files and Wikipages
+
+* All files MUST follow the [[File Format Standards]]. This is to prevent incompatibility. The use of common, open-source, and widespread formats will greatly aid in portability, and prevent format rot.
+* All articles MUST use [[Markdown]] or [[Mediawiki]] as their [[Markup Language]]. Markdown is the preferred format.
+
+## Copyright and Proper sourcing
+
+If you ever feel like copying a page from the internet, you'll need to take note of the original author, the source website, and it's copyright. Place all of these under the "Sources" section in the wikipage.
+
+* Remember to contact the author with [[this message|Notice of Archival]], before posting their article.
+ * what do we do if the author refuses?
@@ -1,24 +1,4 @@
-## Introduction
-
-In 1931, the Empire of Japan launched a full-scale invasion of China in reaction to the Mukden Incident, a train bombing by their own agents in Manchuria. While the action was condemned by the League of Nations, no country was willing to intervene.
-
-With no hope in winning a single battle, Chiang Kai-Shek and his band of merry Nationalists could only run away as their country slipped right out of their hands. Even worse, Beijing was within miles of occupied land. In this city was the Emperor's gigantic treasure trove of items, coming from every single part of Chinese history. And with imperialist invaders pillaging, the legacies that had been accumlated over millenia by this ancient culture might just join the ranks of the Library of Alexandria.
-
-To prevent disaster, Chiang Kai-Shek ordered the most valuable pieces to be moved out in an impressive feat of human will. More than 13,000 boxes were carted off by train, horse, and foot as the Japanese advanced further inland. The threat of the Japanese was soon replaced by the rebellion of the Chinese Communists, tired of his arbitrary dictatorship.
-
-By 1948, when defeat was clear, Chiang Kai-Shek and his forces simply moved to the former Japanese colony of Taiwan. Along with them came the last 3,000 crates that had yet to fall to the ravages of war. At the very least, some of the greatest legacies of human civilization were safe, if only for a little while more.
-
-Why do I tell this story? Because when it comes to the treasures of the internet, there happen to be strong parallels. Hostilities have long been exchanged between the internet and old corporate empires, but now our Mukden Incident has begun.
-
-[[SOPA, PIPA|SOPA]], [[ACTA]], the raid on [[Megaupload]], all of these hint to a future where people are no longer given the freedom to enjoy these treasures. There could be multiple excuses; supposed copyright infringement, a witch-hunt against child pornography, and ever more stringent restrictions in the interest of "national security".
-
-Neither do we have a clear collection of treasures to carry off All communities will die someday, and even the most popular webpages will be forgotten. Websites are born and deleted every day, without detailed knowledge of what that data contained. It's too naive to believe that we will always be able to see such data whenever we want.
-
-Each of the stories collected
-
-## The Collection
-
-This is a list of the best of the best in the Bibliotheca Anonoma. Note that it's a very subjective thing, and it does not imply that the rest of the library is useless filler.
+This is a list of the cream of the crop in the Bibliotheca Anonoma.
## [[Stories]]
@@ -51,4 +31,4 @@ _Long before the World Wide Web, BBS systems, IRC channels, and decentralized US
_Many illustrious groups have come to dominate internet history._
* [[Anonymous|Rise of Anonymous]]
-* [[Scientology]]
+* [[Scientology]]
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+"The Crates" are what we call the portions of the internet that need to be carried off in event of sudden negative change.
+
+## Introduction
+
+In 1931, the Empire of Japan launched a full-scale invasion of China in reaction to the Mukden Incident, instigated by their own agents in Manchuria.
+
+With no hope in winning a single battle, Chiang Kai-Shek and his band of merry Nationalists could only run away as their country slipped right out of their hands. Even worse, with chaos afoot, the imperial treasures accumlated over millenia by this ancient culture might just find itself in the hands of uncultured and materialistic raiders. To prevent disaster, Chiang Kai-Shek ordered the most valuable pieces to be moved out in an impressive feat of human will.
+
+But it wasn't the action of a ruthless dictator that saved the treasures. It was the work of all the Chinese who, instead of stealing these jewels for their own gain, worked hard to keep it safe for another generation that would truly realize it's glory. More than 13,000 boxes were carted off by train, horse, and foot across the highest mountains and longest rivers as the Japanese advanced further inland.
+
+The Japanese were soon replaced by the rebellion of the Chinese Communists, tired of Chiang's arbitrary dictatorship. And this time, they won. Chiang Kai-Shek and his forces could only move to the former Japanese colony of Taiwan. Along with them came the last 3,000 crates that had yet to fall, to one day be placed in a proper museum. At the very least, a bit of the greatest legacies of human civilization were safe, away from a future Cultural Revolution on the mainland.
+
+Why do I tell this story? Because when it comes to the treasures of the internet, there happen to be strong parallels. Hostilities have long been exchanged between the internet and old corporate empires, but now our Mukden Incident has begun.
+
+[[SOPA, PIPA|SOPA]], [[ACTA]], the raid on [[Megaupload]], all of these hint to a future where people are no longer given the freedom to enjoy these treasures. There could be multiple excuses; supposed copyright infringement, a witch-hunt against child pornography, and ever more stringent restrictions in the interest of "national security". Neither do we have a bunch of crates to carry off when disaster strikes.
+
+Even before that, even the most popular webpages and communities of the past had already been forgotten. Websites are born and deleted every day, without detailed knowledge of what that data contained. It's too naive to believe that we will always be able to see such data whenever we want.
+
+## The Crates
+
+### Crate 1: The [[Bibliotheca Anonoma]]
+
+The [[Bibliotheca Anonoma]] is a project to contain and organize the best content from the internet into a portable wiki. It contains interesting data that users would be unlikely to find anywhere else, such as stories from across the internet, collections, guides, and other books.
+
+### Crate 2: Wikipedia
+
+Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia viewable and maintained by anyone.
+
+Thankfully, Wikipedia is backed by a large community that makes and saves database dumps and puts them publicly. The dumps are quite big when it comes to text (and that's without the history), but do not include images.
+
+### Crate 3: Videos
+
+Some videos may be needed from the internet. On the [[Bibliotheca Anonoma]] we've made a [[list of what needs to be saved|Videos]] from Youtube and the like. Perhaps this crate could be placed in a torrent.
+
+### Crate 4: Github and Sourceforge
+
+On these code repositories could
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It's best to read the [[index|index.txt]] first.
-[[!map pages="*/Anarchist_Cookbook/*"]]
+[[001.TXT]]: Counterfeiting Money
+[[002.TXT]]: Credit Card Fraud
+[[003.TXT]]: Making Plastic Explosives from Bleach
+[[004.TXT]]: Picking Master Locks
+[[005.TXT]]: The Arts of Lockpicking I
+[[006.TXT]]: The Arts of Lockpicking II
+[[007.TXT]]: Solidox Bombs
+[[008.TXT]]: High Tech Revenge: The Beigebox (NEW Revision 4.14)
+[[009.TXT]]: CO2 Bombs
+[[010.TXT]]: Thermite Bombs (NEW Rivision, 4.14)
+[[011.TXT]]: Touch Explosives
+[[012.TXT]]: Letter Bombs
+[[013.TXT]]: Paint Bombs
+[[014.TXT]]: Ways to send a car to HELL
+[[015.TXT]]: Do ya hate school? (NEW Revision, 4.14)
+[[016.TXT]]: Phone related vandalism
+[[017.TXT]]: Highway police radar jamming
+[[018.TXT]]: Smoke Bombs
+[[019.TXT]]: Mail Box Bombs
+[[020.TXT]]: Hotwiring cars
+[[021.TXT]]: Napalm
+[[022.TXT]]: Fertilizer Bomb
+[[023.TXT]]: Tennis Ball Bomb
+[[024.TXT]]: Diskette Bombs
+[[025.TXT]]: Unlisted Phone Numbers (NEW Revision, 4.14)
+[[026.TXT]]: Fuses
+[[027.TXT]]: How to make Potassium Nitrate
+[[028.TXT]]: Exploding Lightbulbs
+[[029.TXT]]: Under water igniters
+[[030.TXT]]: Home-brew blast cannon
+[[031.TXT]]: Chemical Equivalency List
+[[032.TXT]]: Phone Taps
+[[033.TXT]]: Landmines
+[[034.TXT]]: A different kind of Molitov Cocktail
+[[035.TXT]]: Phone Systems Tutorial I
+[[036.TXT]]: Phone Systems Tutorial II
+[[037.TXT]]: Basic Alliance Teleconferencing
+[[038.TXT]]: Aqua Box Plans
+[[039.TXT]]: Hindenberg Bomb
+[[040.TXT]]: How to Kill Someone with your Bare Hands
+[[041.TXT]]: Phone Systems Tutorial III
+[[042.TXT]]: Black Box Plans
+[[043.TXT]]: The Blotto Box
+[[044.TXT]]: Blowgun
+[[045.TXT]]: Brown Box Plans
+[[046.TXT]]: Calcium Carbide Bomb
+[[047.TXT]]: More Ways to Send a Car to Hell
+[[048.TXT]]: Ripping off Change Machines (NEW Revision, 4.14)
+[[049.TXT]]: Clear Box Plans
+[[050.TXT]]: CNA Number Listing
+[[051.TXT]]: Electronic Terrorism
+[[052.TXT]]: How to Start a Conference w/o 2600hz or M-F
+[[053.TXT]]: Dynamite
+[[054.TXT]]: Auto Exhaust Flame Thower
+[[055.TXT]]: How to Break into BBS Express
+[[056.TXT]]: Firebomb
+[[057.TXT]]: Fuse Bomb
+[[058.TXT]]: Generic Bomb
+[[059.TXT]]: Green Box Plans
+[[060.TXT]]: Portable Grenade Launcher
+[[061.TXT]]: Basic Hacking Tutorial I
+[[062.TXT]]: Basic Hacking Tutorial II
+[[063.TXT]]: Hacking DEC's
+[[064.TXT]]: Harmless Bombs
+[[065.TXT]]: Breaking into Houses (NEW Revision, 4.14)
+[[066.TXT]]: Hypnotism
+[[067.TXT]]: Remote Informer Issue #1
+[[068.TXT]]: Jackpotting ATM Machines
+[[069.TXT]]: Jug Bomb
+[[070.TXT]]: Fun at K-Mart
+[[071.TXT]]: Mace Substitute
+[[072.TXT]]: How to Grow Marijuana
+[[073.TXT]]: Match Head Bomb
+[[074.TXT]]: Terrorizing McDonalds
+[[075.TXT]]: "Mentor's" Last Words
+[[076.TXT]]: The Myth of the 2600hz Detector
+[[077.TXT]]: Blue Box Plans (Ye' olde Favorite)
+[[078.TXT]]: Napalm II
+[[079.TXT]]: Nitroglycerin Recipe
+[[080.TXT]]: Operation: Fuckup
+[[081.TXT]]: Stealing Calls from Payphones
+[[082.TXT]]: Pool Fun (NEW Revision, 4.14)
+[[083.TXT]]: Free Postage
+[[084.TXT]]: Unstable Explosives
+[[085.TXT]]: Weird Drugs
+[[086.TXT]]: The Art of Carding
+[[087.TXT]]: Recognizing Credit Cards
+[[088.TXT]]: How to Get a New Identity
+[[089.TXT]]: Remote Informer Issue #2
+[[090.TXT]]: Remote Informer Issue #3
+[[091.TXT]]: Remote Informer Issue #4
+[[092.TXT]]: Remote Informer Issue #5
+[[093.TXT]]: Phreaker's Guide to Loop Lines
+[[094.TXT]]: Ma-Bell Tutorial
+[[095.TXT]]: Getting Money out of Pay Phones
+[[096.TXT]]: Computer-based PBX
+[[097.TXT]]: PC-Pursuit Port Statistics
+[[098.TXT]]: Pearl Box Plans
+[[099.TXT]]: The Phreak File
+[[100.TXT]]: Red Box Plans
+[[101.TXT]]: RemObs
+[[102.TXT]]: Scarlet Box Plans
+[[103.TXT]]: Silver Box Plans
+[[104.TXT]]: Bell Trashing
+[[105.TXT]]: Canadian WATS Phonebook
+[[106.TXT]]: Hacking TRW
+[[107.TXT]]: Hacking VAX & UNIX
+[[108.TXT]]: Verification Circuits
+[[109.TXT]]: White Box Plans
+[[110.TXT]]: The BLAST Box
+[[111.TXT]]: Dealing with the Rate & Route Operator
+[[112.TXT]]: Cellular Phone Phreaking
+[[113.TXT]]: Cheesebox Plans
+[[114.TXT]]: How to Start Your Own Conferences
+[[115.TXT]]: Gold Box Plans
+[[116.TXT]]: The History of ESS
+[[117.TXT]]: The Lunch Box
+[[118.TXT]]: Olive Box Plans
+[[119.TXT]]: The Tron Box
+[[120.TXT]]: More TRW Info
+[[121.TXT]]: "Phreaker's Phunhouse"
+[[122.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 27 (Intro to MIDNET)
+[[123.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 27 (The Making of a Hacker)
+[[124.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Network Miscellany)
+[[125.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Pearl Box Schematic)
+[[126.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Snarfing Remote Files)
+[[127.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (Western Union, Telex,
+ TWX & Time Service)
+[[128.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (Hacking & Tymnet)
+[[129.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (The DECWRL Mail Gateway)
+[[130.TXT]]: Sodium Chlorate
+[[131.TXT]]: Mercury Fulminate
+[[132.TXT]]: Improvised Black Powder
+[[133.TXT]]: Nitric Acid
+[[134.TXT]]: Dust Bomb Instructions
+[[135.TXT]]: Carbon-Tet Explosive
+[[136.TXT]]: Making Picric Acid from Aspirin
+[[137.TXT]]: Reclamation of RDX from C-4 Explosives
+[[138.TXT]]: Egg-based Gelled Flame Fuels
+[[139.TXT]]: Clothespin Switch
+[[140.TXT]]: Flexible Plate Switch
+[[141.TXT]]: Low Signature Systems (Silencers)
+[[142.TXT]]: Delay Igniter From Cigarette
+[[143.TXT]]: Nicotine
+[[144.TXT]]: Dried Seed Timer
+[[145.TXT]]: Nail Grenade
+[[146.TXT]]: Bell Glossary
+[[147.TXT]]: Phone Dial Locks -- How to Beat'em
+[[148.TXT]]: Exchange Scanning
+[[149.TXT]]: A Short History of Phreaking
+[[150.TXT]]: "Secrets of the Little Blue Box" (story)
+[[151.TXT]]: The History of British Phreaking
+[[152.TXT]]: "Bad as Shit" (story)
+[[153.TXT]]: Telenet
+[[154.TXT]]: Fucking with the Operator
+[[155.TXT]]: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 1, Issue 1 (The Phone Preak's Fry-Um Guide)
+[[156.TXT]]: International Country Code Listing
+[[157.TXT]]: Infinity Transmitter Schematic and Plans
+[[158.TXT]]: LSD
+[[159.TXT]]: Bananas
+[[160.TXT]]: Yummy Marihuana Recipes
+[[161.TXT]]: Peanuts
+[[162.TXT]]: Chemical Fire Bottle
+[[163.TXT]]: Igniter from Book Matches
+[[164.TXT]]: "Red or White Powder" Propellant
+[[165.TXT]]: Pipe Hand Grenade
+[[166.TXT]]: European Credit Card Fraud (Written by Creditman! A
+ Cookbook IV Recap!!)
+[[167.TXT]]: Potassium Bomb
+[[168.TXT]]: Your Legal Rights (For adults, or some of us think we are)
+[[169.TXT]]: Juvenile Offenders' Rights
+[170.TXT]]: Down The Road Missle
+[[171.TXT]]: Fun With ShotGunn Shells
+[[172.TXT]]: Surveillance Equipment
+[[173.TXT]]: Drip Timer
+[[174.TXT]]: Stealing
+[[175.TXT]]: Miscellaneous
+[[176.TXT]]: Shaving cream bomb
+[[177.TXT]]: Ripping off change machines 2
+[[178.TXT]]: Lockpicking the EASY way
+[[179.TXT]]: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Prelude
+[[180.TXT]]: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 1
+[[181.TXT]]: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 2
+[[182.TXT]]: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 3
+[[183.TXT]]: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 4
+[[184.TXT]]: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 5
+[[185.TXT]]: Explosives and Propellants
+[[186.TXT]]: Lockpicking 3
+[[187.TXT]]: Chemical Equivalent List 2
+[[188.TXT]]: Nitroglycerin 2
+[[189.TXT]]: Cellulose Nitrate
+[[190.TXT]]: Starter Explosives
+[[191.TXT]]: Flash Powder
+[[192.TXT]]: Exploding Pens
+[[193.TXT]]: Revised Pipe Bombs 4.14
+[[194.TXT]]: * SAFETY * A MUST READ!
+[[195.TXT]]: Ammonium TriIodide
+[[196.TXT]]: Sulfuric Acid / Ammonium Nitrate III
+[[197.TXT]]: Black Powder 3
+[[198.TXT]]: Nitrocellulose
+[[199.TXT]]: R.D.X. (Revised 4.14)
+[[200.TXT]]: The Black Gate BBS
+[[201.TXT]]: ANFOS
+[[202.TXT]]: Picric Acid 2
+[[203.TXT]]: Bottled Explosives
+[[204.TXT]]: Dry Ice
+[[205.TXT]]: Fuses / Ignitors / Delays
+[[206.TXT]]: Film Canister Bombs
+[[207.TXT]]: Book Bombs
+[[208.TXT]]: Phone Bombs
+[[209.TXT]]: Special Ammunition
+[[210.TXT]]: Rocketry
+[[211.TXT]]: Pipe Cannon 2
+[[212.TXT]]: Smoke Bombs 4.14
+[[213.TXT]]: Firecrackers
+[[214.TXT]]: Suppliers II
+[[215.TXT]]: Lab-Raid Checklist
+[[216.TXT]]: Misc. Anarchy
+[[217.TXT]]: LockPicking 4
+[[218.TXT]]: Misc. Anarchy II
+[[219.TXT]]: -* THERMITE 4 *- <-- The BEST rev. to 4.14
+[[220.TXT]]: Conclusion
## Letter from the author
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Unfortunately, the book continues to be in print and with the advent of the Internet several websites dealing with it have emerged. I want to state categorically that I am not in agreement with the contents of The Anarchist Cookbook and I would be very pleased (and relieved) to see its publication discontinued. I consider it to be a misguided and potentially dangerous publication which should be taken out of print.
-- *William Powell*
+- *William Powell*
@@ -126,7 +126,6 @@ For thou is the savior of servers,<br>
And code everywhere.<br>
In your reptilian visage I pray,<br>
Amen.<br>
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-{{BookofAnon}}
+---
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Sayeth the philosoraptor, who art the LORD, Raptor Jesus:
-Wicked art thou! ye sons, ye cretinous sons; hath not thine aggression bred cancer of [/i/](//i/), and thy minorities bred apathy on [/b/](//b/)? Oh wherefore hast mine eye cast it's bitter reflection unto your land, for art thou children of moot; ay, thou art indeed. Let it pass that man seeketh what he hath not, yae, a [*chan](/*chan) of little [cancer](/cancer), and a board of lesser fail. So be it! for makest thou, hereforth, a *chan of seven leaves, and call it <http://7chan.org,> for this shall be the land of oldfags. And let it be a barrier for him who art to faggotonous to breedeth amongst the holiest of anons: failnonymous, the anon of [420chan](/420chan).
+Wicked art thou! ye sons, ye cretinous sons; hath not thine aggression bred cancer of [[/i/]], and thy minorities bred apathy on [[/b/]]? Oh wherefore hast mine eye cast it's bitter reflection unto your land, for art thou children of moot; ay, thou art indeed. Let it pass that man seeketh what he hath not, yae, a [[chan]] of little [[cancer]], and a board of lesser fail. So be it! for makest thou, hereforth, a *chan of seven leaves, and call it <http://7chan.org>, for this shall be the land of oldfags. And let it be a barrier for him who art to faggotonous to breedeth amongst the holiest of anons: failnonymous, the anon of [[420chan]].
Aye ye of hypocrisy, say not thine repetition. Nay, instead useth mine own concoction, for it is wiser, and all that is needed:
Our Raptor,
Whose art is /h/entai,
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