PHREAKNIC21: Mufreesboro TN. November 3rd - 5th

Activities

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FOOD!

There is a full service restaurant attached to the hotel that is open until midnight! Want something else? There is a KFC, Sandwich Factory, Cracker Barrell, and Steak and Shake in easy walking distance of the hotel!

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Lego Corner

Have you ever just wanted to play with Lego bricks but didn't have enough to build what you wanted? CHALLENGE ACCEPTED! Make sure you tweet out the pictures of your creations and tag @PhreakNIC!

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Unreal Tournament 99 LAN Party

For the fourth year in a row the original Unreal Tournament headless LAN party returns. 8 machines without hard drives boot from a Linux server to run Unreal Tournament. They run 24 hours a day during PhreakNIC and usually have a steady crowd ready to pick up a frag.

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Console Game Corner

Try out your Smash Brothers skills on the Wii-U or take a turn on some of the classics on our emulation machine!

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Board Games

Feel free to stop and play a game or two. There will be a round of Settlers of Catan every night after the talks wrap up. Come learn what all the fuss is about and make a few friends in the process.

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NETKOTH: Network King of the Hill

Network King of the Hill is a casual way that you can stop in and learn what happens when someone is attempting to penetrate your network by doing it yourself to ours. We will be having a workshop everyday to get you started on the road to understanding this even if you have little computer experience already. Don't fear the command line! We are here to help.

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LockSport Nook

Wikipedia: "Lock picking has been around for as long as locks have, and recreational lock picking has been as well. King Louis XVI of France (1754-1793) was a keen designer, picker and manipulator of locks, and physicist Richard Feynman picked locks for fun in the 1940s while employed on the Manhattan Project. Notes from the MIT Roof and Tunnel Hacking community were made widely available in 1991 as The MIT Guide to Lock Picking."

Elliot of Mr. Robot fame states: "The lock pick. Every hacker's favorite sport. The perfect system to crack, mostly because unlike virtual systems, when you break it, you can feel it. You can see it. You can hear it."

Try it for yourself! It is both easier and harder than it looks....