Hacker Pulp reports on the technical aspects of virtual / augmented reality, cybernetics, robotics and systems programming. We also review games that focus on world building and exploration, and ones that are set in a Cyberpunk world.
Hacker Pulp encourages thoughtful play. We want to inspire you to build something! You will find news on the latest hardware and devices geared towards engineering, scientific and hobbyist pursuits. In addition to learning about operating systems development, compiler construction and low-level programming.
We highlight independent developers, and provide stories on technology that will allow us to grok the world we live in.
Grok means to understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the observed—to merge, blend, intermarry, lose identity in group experience. It means almost everything that we mean by religion, philosophy, and science.
— Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein
If you know about a resource, developer or technology that you think we should cover then please contact us.
Hacker Pulp periodically features original, Cyberpunk fiction. We encourage anyone who writes in this genre to send us samples of your work. We review all submissions and will discuss with you the rates and terms for publishing.
Similarly, we are looking for illustrators too. Specifically artists who work in this style and are interested in creating graphics for the published stories. Please send us links to a few online examples of your work.