Announcing MAKE volume 16 – Spy tech with Spy vs Spy on the cover by Sam Viviano… No mission is impossible when makers put their minds to it. Make Volume 16 will help you get smart with a special section on spy tech. Learn how to build and use tiny surveillance devices, and how to know if a spy is using them on you. From tiny video cameras to sneaky recorders, this volume has enough cool stuff to make James Bond’s inventor Q envious… If you’ve been on the fence about subscribing, now is a good time (click here for a discount) – this is by far my favorite issue, we’re 4 years old now, with 16 volume total, wow!…
Oh, here are a few more images from the issue (click read more) we’ll have a video and more soon up too. This is literally hot off the press!
Spy vs. Spy is a wordless black and white comic strip that has been published in Mad magazine since 1961. It was created by Antonio Prohias, a Cuban national who fled to the United States in 1960 days before Fidel Castro took over the Cuban free press.
The “Spy vs. Spy” cartoon was symbolic of the Cold War, and was ProhÃas’s comment on the futility of armed escalation and dÃ©tente. Under the Spy vs. Spy title panel, the words “BY PROHIAS” are spelled out in Morse code (-â€¢â€¢â€¢ -â€¢– â€¢–â€¢ â€¢-â€¢ — â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ â€¢â€¢ â€¢- â€¢â€¢â€¢).
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