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Documentary tracing the history hacking, focusing on the changing meaning “hacker.” It covers groundbreaking personalites and events, such as John Draper (a.k.a. Captain Crunch) who hacking telephone systems with a toy whistle found inside a box of Captain Cruch cereal; Steve Wozniak and the founding of the Altair 8800 enthusist group known as the Homebrew Computer Club; and the arrest, evasion, and eventual capture by the FBI of Internet hacker Kevin Mitnick.
In the Library:
- Himanen, Pekka. 2001. The hacker ethic, and the spirit of the information age. New York: Random House. [link: WorldCat]
- Raymond, Eric S. 1999. The cathedral & the bazaar musings on Linux and open source by an accidental revolutionary. Beijing: O'Reilly. [link: WorldCat]
- Schell, Bernadette H., John L. Dodge, and Steve S. Moutsatsos. 2002. The hacking of America: who's doing it, why, and how. Westport, CT: Quorum Books. [link: WorldCat]
- Wark, McKenzie. 2004. A hacker manifesto. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. [link: WorldCat]
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