Hacker Culture      +Free Software
HACKER
CRACKER
HACKER?
http://hacks.mit.edu
playfulness, cleverness, and        exploration
Hacking means exploring the limits of what is possible, in a spirit of       playful cleverness.                      - Ri...
HACKER   !=CRACKER
<begin>
History.
Why?
The True Hackers
TechModel Railroad    Club
TMRC
Computer?
The Hacker   Ethic
Access to computers—and anything  that might teach you something about the way the world works—      should be unlimited a...
All information should be free.
Mistrust Authority—Promote      Decentralization.
Hackers should be judged by their   hacking, not bogus criteria  such as degrees, age, race, or            position.
You can create art and beauty on a            computer.
Computers can change your life for           the better.
AI, Lisp, and PROLOG.
Hardware Hackers
Part Deux.
MIT AI Lab
A printer  story
GNU
GNU’s Not Unix
Now?
Questions?
KTHXBYE.
superkenkdaganiokendaganiokd@badsectorlabs.comken@webgeek.phken@freelancer.com
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    1. 1. Hacker Culture +Free Software
    2. 2. HACKER
    3. 3. CRACKER
    4. 4. HACKER?
    5. 5. http://hacks.mit.edu
    6. 6. playfulness, cleverness, and exploration
    7. 7. Hacking means exploring the limits of what is possible, in a spirit of playful cleverness. - Richard Stallman, 2002
    8. 8. HACKER !=CRACKER
    9. 9. <begin>
    10. 10. History.
    11. 11. Why?
    12. 12. The True Hackers
    13. 13. TechModel Railroad Club
    14. 14. TMRC
    15. 15. Computer?
    16. 16. The Hacker Ethic
    17. 17. Access to computers—and anything that might teach you something about the way the world works— should be unlimited andtotal. Always yield to the Hands-On Imperative!
    18. 18. All information should be free.
    19. 19. Mistrust Authority—Promote Decentralization.
    20. 20. Hackers should be judged by their hacking, not bogus criteria such as degrees, age, race, or position.
    21. 21. You can create art and beauty on a computer.
    22. 22. Computers can change your life for the better.
    23. 23. AI, Lisp, and PROLOG.
    24. 24. Hardware Hackers
    25. 25. Part Deux.
    26. 26. MIT AI Lab
    27. 27. A printer story
    28. 28. GNU
    29. 29. GNU’s Not Unix
    30. 30. Now?
    31. 31. Questions?
    32. 32. KTHXBYE.
    33. 33. superkenkdaganiokendaganiokd@badsectorlabs.comken@webgeek.phken@freelancer.com
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