Hack
Prepared and Presented
by Haggen
Released under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong Licence
Cap'n Crunch
Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap'n_Crunch
Cap'n Crunch (Cont.)
John T Drapper
Ref: http://www.webcrunchers.com/
What is Hack?
Surprising Result from Simple Means
Demonstration of Mastery in the Domain
Turkle (1984), p.227
The MIT Tradition
The MIT Tradition
Links
http://hacks.mit.edu/
http://hacks.mit.edu/books/ihtfp_leibowitz/
http://hacks.mit.edu/Hacks/by_ye...
Early Hacker Culture
Access to computers-and anything
which might teach you something
about the way the world works
- Shou...
Early Hacker Culture
All information should be free
Early Hacker Culture
Mistrust Authority-Promote Decentralization
Early Hacker Culture
Hackers should be judged by their hacking,
not bogus criteria such as
degrees, age, race or position
Early Hacker Culture
You can create art and beauty on a computer
Early Hacker Culture
Computers can change your life for the better
• End of 90s, Most Notable Project - Linux
• Eric Raymond
– Revenge of the Hackers
• Pavlicek (Embracing Insanity, OSS Dev...
Hacking in Hong Kong
LifeHack
http://www.lifehack.org/
Wikitopia – Urban Invader
City Hack Workshop
http://videotage.org.hk/wikitopia/?p=285
HK Hackerspace
http://hkhackerspace.pbworks.com/HK-Hackerspace
akaalias 2006, Cap'n Crunch,
http://www.flickr.com/photos/74845103@N00/279505346/,
released under Creative Commons Attribu...
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A Brief Introduction of Hack from its Original Meaning. What is happening in Hong Kong on Hack.

Presentation in Software Freedom Day 2010 Hong Kong
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbTihH4lR-g

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  1. 1. Hack Prepared and Presented by Haggen Released under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong Licence
  2. 2. Cap'n Crunch Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap'n_Crunch
  3. 3. Cap'n Crunch (Cont.) John T Drapper Ref: http://www.webcrunchers.com/
  4. 4. What is Hack? Surprising Result from Simple Means Demonstration of Mastery in the Domain Turkle (1984), p.227
  5. 5. The MIT Tradition
  6. 6. The MIT Tradition Links http://hacks.mit.edu/ http://hacks.mit.edu/books/ihtfp_leibowitz/ http://hacks.mit.edu/Hacks/by_year/1999/r2d2/ http://hacks.mit.edu/Hacks/by_year/1990/vest_bboard
  7. 7. Early Hacker Culture Access to computers-and anything which might teach you something about the way the world works - Should be unlimited and total - Always yield to the Hands-On Imperative!
  8. 8. Early Hacker Culture All information should be free
  9. 9. Early Hacker Culture Mistrust Authority-Promote Decentralization
  10. 10. Early Hacker Culture Hackers should be judged by their hacking, not bogus criteria such as degrees, age, race or position
  11. 11. Early Hacker Culture You can create art and beauty on a computer
  12. 12. Early Hacker Culture Computers can change your life for the better
  13. 13. • End of 90s, Most Notable Project - Linux • Eric Raymond – Revenge of the Hackers • Pavlicek (Embracing Insanity, OSS Dev.) – Geek Culture (truth, doing) as core value Relationship to Revival of Free Software Movement
  14. 14. Hacking in Hong Kong
  15. 15. LifeHack http://www.lifehack.org/
  16. 16. Wikitopia – Urban Invader City Hack Workshop http://videotage.org.hk/wikitopia/?p=285
  17. 17. HK Hackerspace http://hkhackerspace.pbworks.com/HK-Hackerspace
  18. 18. akaalias 2006, Cap'n Crunch, http://www.flickr.com/photos/74845103@N00/279505346/, released under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Licence. Webcrunchers International 2007, http://www.webcrunchers.com/ , used under fair use/dealing. Levy, S. (1984). Hackers: Heroes of The Computer Revolution. Garden City, New York, Anchor Press/Doubleday. Pavlicek, R. C. (2000). Embracing Insanity: Open Source Software Development. Indiana, Sams. Turkle, S. (1984). The Second Self: Computers and the Human Spirit. New York, Simon & Schuster. References

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