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February 17, 2011


Don Froula

The ad "Playing a Tune for a Telephone Number" was also featured in the November, 1972 issue of the "Youth International Party Line" (later to become TAP).


We geeks sure need that job program today! It's so much fun to see "cutting edge" technology from back in the day, phreaking must have been a lot harder or at least a lot less satisfying back in the seventies.

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