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A Hacker Manifesto
by McKenzie Wark
Dec. 15, 2017 - Dec. 17, 2017

Wark, M. (2004). A Hacker Manifesto. Harvard University Press.


Harvard University Press, 2004. 389 pages.

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p.387
liminal »
ambiguous; occupying a position at, or on both si…
p.308
scion »
(noun) a detached living portion of a plant (as a…
p.282
Mammon »
(noun) material wealth or possessions especially …
p.261
camera obscura »
(noun) a darkened enclosure having an aperture us…
p.51
trained to think of them as offices
The so-called “middle class” achieve their privil…
p.5
resent those who take the other
Hackers use their knowledge and their wits to mai…
p.312
a scarcity of scarcity
The vectoralist class discovers--irony of ironies…
p.253
information can escape the commodity form
What may be free from the commodity form altogeth…
p.243
so long as there is a past, there is a future
New circumstances call for new theories, and new …

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Hacking

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History

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