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July 13, 2010


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Lee Felsenstein

I'd just like to point out that I was never " of those Cambridge hackers", as the book makes clear. I was a Berkeley hacker with an aversion to the Cambridge hacker style. Please, read the book.

bill  Ives

Lee - Thanks for your correction as I misread that reference. I made the adjustment. Bill

Vincent Mesecher

In a way, hackers are indeed heroes. They are the ones who revolutionized the internet and provided vital information on security improvements. Have you guys read Clifford Stoll's The Cuckoo's Egg? If you're into computer espionage and hacking, it's a highly recommended book. Although the technology used there is outdated, the strategy in tracking an enemy hacker is still useful.

Mac Pherson

I agree that not following the rules sometimes could lead to a better result. It's true that Mark Zuckerberg was a hacker. But I guess, even he didn't expect that Facebook would be the world's number 1 social networking site today.


So true!

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