It’s time to hone your hacking skills, legally
We are all hackers now. At least, we can be. Americans have built our lives on a foundation of silicon and software, with computers in millions of homes and digital music players in millions of shirt pockets. They’re our gadgets. Why shouldn’t we hack them?
Before the word “hacker” was applied to sleazy computer vandals, it had a far more honorable meaning among engineers and computer jockeys. A hacker was someone who'd mastered the powers and abilities of a technology, and used that knowledge to make it do amazing things. It’s time to hone your hacking skills, legally
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