Playboy Magazine, November 2011

Aug. 10, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 2011

The November 2011 edition of Playboy continues to meld the provocative and the thoughtful, with engaging features, an insightful interview, and unique explorations. Here's what awaits readers:


  • "The Anatomy of Hacking": In this comprehensive analysis, Noah Shachtman examines the contemporary hacking landscape, categorizing and detailing four distinct types of cyber bandits. From the criminal to the prankster, he delves into the motivations and methods of the modern-day digital menace.
  • "Playboy Pads: The Ultimate Dorm Room": C.J. LeBag provides an exclusive tour of campus living's luxurious side, showcasing how college housing has evolved beyond mere functionality.
  • "Slouching, Lurching, and Salivating Toward Bethlehem": Experience ZomBcon in Seattle, where the living honor the undead, with novelist Chuck Palahniuk serving as your guide. It's a celebration of zombies like no other.
  • "The History of Sex, Part One: Sir Richard Burton": Historian Turtle Bunbury takes readers on an intimate journey into the life of one of Europe's most scandalous and eclectic Victorian explorers, Sir Richard Burton, whose wild escapades and erotic endeavors continue to fascinate.


  • Anthony Bourdain: Outspoken and unapologetic, renowned chef, author, and TV host Anthony Bourdain sits down with David Sheff. They discuss everything from unusual culinary experiences (including eating eyeballs) to Bourdain's personal battle with drugs, as well as his controversial opinions on vegetarians and vegans.

The November 2011 issue of Playboy draws readers into the world of digital chaos, academic opulence, zombie admiration, and historical sensuality. With something to intrigue every curious mind, it stands as an example of the magazine's enduring ability to blend the risqué with the intellectual.

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