Dear Hacker: Letters to the Editor of 2600

Dear Hacker Letters to the Editor of Actual letters written to the leading hackers magazineFor years The Hacker Quarterly has given voice to the hacker community in all its manifestations This collection of letters to the magazi

Actual letters written to the leading hackers magazineFor 25 years, 2600 The Hacker Quarterly has given voice to the hacker community in all its manifestations This collection of letters to the magazine reveals the thoughts and viewpoints of hackers, both white and black hat, as well as hacker wannabes, technophiles, and people concerned about computer security InsightActual letters written to the leading hackers magazineFor 25 years, 2600 The Hacker Quarterly has given voice to the hacker community in all its manifestations This collection of letters to the magazine reveals the thoughts and viewpoints of hackers, both white and black hat, as well as hacker wannabes, technophiles, and people concerned about computer security Insightful and entertaining, the exchanges illustrate 2600 s vast readership, from teenage rebels, anarchists, and survivalists to law enforcement, consumer advocates, and worried parents.Dear Hacker is must reading for technology aficionados, 2600 s wide and loyal audience, and anyone seeking entertainment well laced with insight into our society.Coverage Includes Question Upon Question Tales from the Retail Front The Challenges of Life as a Hacker Technology The Magic of the Corporate WorldOur Biggest FansBehind the WallsA Culture of RebelsStrange RamblingsFor information and sample letters, check out the companion site at lp.wileypub dearhacker

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  1. For anyone interested in the culture around programming and hacking, this is a great book to read What better way to get a feel of the hacker ethic than to read letters penned by young, old, rich, poor, beginner, experienced, gleeful, and distraught people looking for answers, a way to vent their frustrations with the system, peers, manuals, and The book is divided into multiple chapters with themes ranging from I hate the corporate world to I found this weird number in area code Each chapter c [...]


  2. If you like computers and technology this a very interesting commentary on the history and culture of computers Hacking is not about criminal activity but learning and sharing information Of course there have been hackers who embarked on criminal activities, and those are the ones who make the news, but most rest in the realms of the law A lot of stuff here


  3. An interesting look at the history of 2600 magazine from the most chaotic of sources, the letters column As an on off reader of the mag, and interesting look back at the changing state of technology, politics and the perception of hackers of all sorts in both popular culture and the computer subcultures.


  4. Just like best of 2600 , this one compiles letters sent in by readers of the 2600 magazine Worth having a copy if you have an interest in hacking codingA full review of this book had been done by Chanuke Senevirathne chanux and can be viewed here digit 10_september_book


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