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The Secrets of the Little Pamphlet: Hippies, Hackers, and the Youth International Party Line

Christina Xu, 12/05/2008


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Resource IDxu2008
Resource titleThe Secrets of the Little Pamphlet: Hippies, Hackers, and the Youth International Party Line
Author/sourceChristina Xu
Date published12/05/2008
Summary text/ abstractCurrent discussions about hackers often portray them in a "great chain of being" of sorts, with all other hacker subcultures portrayed as perversions or corruptions of the original paragon of white-hat hacker. However, through examining the 13 year run of an underground newsletter devoted to phone phreaking started by Abbie Hoffman and the Yippies, I challenge this idea and, instead, assert that hacker culture has absorbed or been deeply impacted by the many technologically-curious subcultures it has come into contact with.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Hacktivism, Technology
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