University of Minnesota Press, 2003 - 266 ページ
A provocative look at the subculture that has shaped our changing attitudes toward the digital age--now in paperback! Douglas Thomas offers an in-depth history of this important and fascinating subculture, contrasting mainstream images of hackers with a detailed firsthand account of the computer underground. Thomas studies novels and films (Neuromancer, WarGames, Hackers, and The Matrix) and reveals contemporary views of hackers as technological wizards, high-tech pranksters, and virtual criminals. Thomas then examines the court cases of Kevin Mitnick and Chris Lamprecht to determine how hackers are defined as criminals. Thomas finds that popular hacker stereotypes express the public's anxieties about the information age far more than they do the reality of hacking.
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the overwhelmingly male nature of hacker culture, and most significantly gives a ... despite describing in detail hacker culture from its early origins in ...
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Grand Text Auto » The Lost Boys of Hacker Culture
This trend was around before the 2002 publication of Hacker Culture. Thomas took note of it, and discussed how hackers are caught between opposition to and ...
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In Hacker Culture, Douglas Gordon provides a rewarding account of what preceded and followed these developments, charting the evolution of cracking and ...
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Hacker (computing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the this hacker culture, a computer hacker is a person who enjoys designing software and building programs with a sense for aesthetics and playful ...
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Social Science Computer Review
Douglas Thomas begins Hacker Culture with a detailed introduction that discusses the. origins of “hacking” as a technological and cultural phenomenon. ...
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Hackers: The Ethics and Politics of Information Freedom and Privacy
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Chicago Journals - Isis
Although Thomas acknowledges the origins of hacker culture in university computer science departments in the 1960s and 1970s, he points to a number of ...
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traces the evolution of the old hacker culture of ... tions of hacker culture. Building on the work of ... hacker culture—from without as well as with- ...
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