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What The Heck Is Hacking?

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A talk about "Hacking" - Its origins and its meaning for a future open, free and sustainable world. With a lot of examples.

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What The Heck Is Hacking?

  1. 1. WHAT THE HECK IS HACKING?
  2. 2. LARS ZIMMERMANN Artist, Economist @bricktick larszimmermann.dee
  3. 3. HACKING
  4. 4. HACKING
  5. 5. HACKING
  6. 6. HACKING
  7. 7. WHAT THE HECK IS HACKING?
  8. 8. WHAT THE HECK IS HACKING?
  9. 9. MacGyver can build an airplane out of gum and paper clips...
  10. 10. MIT – Tech Model Railroad Club (late 50‘s) Btw. who were the first „hackers“?
  11. 11. Btw. who were the first „hackers“? MIT – Tech Model Railroad Club (late 50‘s) Hier ist ein Hacker „(...) jemand, der seinen Einfallsreichtum nutzt, um ein kluges Ergebnis zu erreichen, einen Hack, ohne dies auf den Computer zu beschränken. Das Wesen eines Hacks ist es, dass er rasch durchgeführt wird, effektiv ist und unelegant sein kann. Er erreicht das gewünschte Ziel, ohne die Systemarchitektur, in die er eingebettet ist, komplett umformen zu müssen, obwohl er oft im Widerspruch zu ihr steht.“ (WIKIPEDIA, HACKER, CC- BY-SA)
  12. 12. To break a systems limitations
  13. 13. To break a systems limitations Do with stuff what YOU want, not what STUFF wants you to.
  14. 14. To break a systems limitations (Repurpose) Take something and use it for soemthing entirely else. Do with stuff what YOU want, not what STUFF wants you to.
  15. 15. ‚A Hacker is someone who tries to make toast with a coffee machine.‘ WAU HOLLAND, FOUNDER OF CCC
  16. 16. To break a systems limitations ‚A Hacker is someone who tries to make toast with a coffee machine.‘ (Repurpose) Take something and use it for soemthing entirely else. Do with stuff what YOU want, not what STUFF wants you to.
  17. 17. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT ? Why does it matter?
  18. 18. Because we are getting more and more surrounded by technology – by ‚systems‘ – by STUFF that wants us to do things.
  19. 19. FREEDO M
  20. 20. FREEDO MDo with stuff what YOU want, not what STUFF wants you to.
  21. 21. FREEDO M To break a systems limitations Do with stuff what YOU want, not what STUFF wants you to.
  22. 22. FREEDO M To break a systems limitations (Re)gain Control! Do with stuff what YOU want, not what STUFF wants you to.
  23. 23. HACKING SCIENCE
  24. 24. Making Science Availalbe, Examples: Radar Hack, Total Recall Nails, + 12 more
  25. 25. sci-hub.cc
  26. 26. sci-hub.cc
  27. 27. BIO HACKING | CITIZEN SCIENCE
  28. 28. BIO HACKING | CITIZEN SCIENCE
  29. 29. HACKING ?
  30. 30. Machines that ‚sing‘ Imperial March 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cM_sAxrAu7Q Imperial March 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oym7B7YidKs
  31. 31. HACKING LIFE
  32. 32. HACKING LAW
  33. 33. COPYLEFT Richard Stallman | Free Software GNU Public License
  34. 34. COPYLEFT Richard Stallman | Free Software GNU Public License
  35. 35. HACKING OFFICE
  36. 36. HACKING MEDICINE
  37. 37. http://makezine.com/2012/04/03/design-for-hack-in-medicine/
  38. 38. HACKING for SUSTAIN- ABILITY
  39. 39. A complex but unsustainable designed world shapes our mind and how we come up with solutions: We fly around the world to talk about sustainability! = LOCKED IN EFFECT
  40. 40. Open Sans
  41. 41. (...)
  42. 42. We need to hack our systems, cities etc. – we can‘t rebuild them.
  43. 43. openstructures.net Things built hackable
  44. 44. openstructures.net Things built hackable
  45. 45. THE 3ERLIN GRID 3x3cm – derrived from A toy More Products Are In The Making ...
  46. 46. THE 3ERLIN GRID 3x3cm – derrived from A toy More Products Are In The Making ...
  47. 47. Workshop with the 3erlin Grid: Zirkulärer Sperrmüll >
  48. 48. Hackable Chess Board: Things Made To be Hacked hacked figures, hacked rules
  49. 49. Hackable Chess Board: Things Made To be Hacked hacked figures, hacked rules
  50. 50. Hackable Chess Board: Things Made To be Hacked hacked figures, hacked rules
  51. 51. Hackable Chess Board: Things Made To be Hacked hacked figures, hacked rules
  52. 52. Hackable Chess Board: Things Made To be Hacked hacked figures, hacked rules
  53. 53. Open Sans
  54. 54. Open Sans 73 cities, in 44 countries Global Hackathon
  55. 55. Open Sans Monrovia | LIBERIA
  56. 56. Open Sans
  57. 57. Blue Economy Cradle to Cradle Circular Economy Zero Waste Bio- Mimicry The brands of ‚Kreislaufwirtschaft‘
  58. 58. Blue Economy Cradle to Cradle Circular Economy* Zero Waste Bio- Mimicry The brands of ‚Kreislaufwirtschaft‘
  59. 59. Blue Economy Cradle to Cradle Circular Economy* Zero Waste Bio- Mimicry The brands of ‚Kreislaufwirtschaft‘
  60. 60. Blue Economy Cradle to Cradle Circular Economy* Zero Waste Bio- Mimicry Success: DIF Communication | 2 Articles | Run DIF Labs | Votrg | Consltg The brands of ‚Kreislaufwirtschaft‘
  61. 61. Open Sans
  62. 62. ARE KIDS HACKERS?
  63. 63. FEE UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION KIT
  64. 64. FEE UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION KIT Openly Downloadable
  65. 65. HACKING THE BODY
  66. 66. CYBORGS Are coming Neil Harbisson The worlds first – legally recognized – cyborg
  67. 67. HACKING CITIES / URBAN SPACES
  68. 68. HACKING CITIES / URBAN SPACES
  69. 69. via partizaning make make
  70. 70. Florian Riviere
  71. 71. Source: Rottenapple.us
  72. 72. Source: Rottenapple.us
  73. 73. pfandring
  74. 74. Florian Riviere
  75. 75. Source: Rottenapple.us
  76. 76. Carousel Florian Riviere
  77. 77. HACKING- EVENTS
  78. 78. CHAOS COMMUNICATION CONGRESS Probably the biggest hacker conference in the world by now (Dis)respect
  79. 79. CHAOS COMMUNICATION CONGRESS Probably the biggest hacker conference in the world by now (Dis)respect
  80. 80. HACKING SOFTWAR E
  81. 81. Ransomeware: Encrypted Hard-drive... Adblockers protect you.
  82. 82. Software vulnerabilities (exploits): Should our governments hide and sell exploits?!
  83. 83. Also: Often Security Software is Open Source ... to make it trustable...
  84. 84. USING HACKER TOOLS
  85. 85. + For Software Engineers there is a lot of stuff!
  86. 86. Open Source
  87. 87. Software
  88. 88. ARDUINO
  89. 89. BIO HACKING | CITIZEN SCIENCE
  90. 90. Open source hardware is hardware whose design is made publicly available so that anyone can study, modify, distribute, make, and sell the design or hardware based on that design. The hardware’s source, the design from which it is made, is available in the preferred format for making modifications to it. (...) Open source hardware gives people the freedom to control their technology while sharing knowledge and encouraging commerce through the open exchange of designs.
  91. 91. Open Source makes our world hackable and therefor: able to be free & trustable
  92. 92. Open Source makes our world hackable and therefor: able to be free & trustable and probably sustainable
  93. 93. THANKS FOR THE ATTENTION
  94. 94. WHAT CAN‘T WE DO IN THIS SPACE
  95. 95. LARS ZIMMERMANN Artist, Economist @bricktick larszimmermann.dee

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