Published: March 04, 2011
Words: 18,087 (approximate)
The revised edition of Hacker School, now a trilogy with the addition of two new stories. ~ In a dystopian world, who will decide the future of mankind? "How do you get to Hacker School?" Don't ask. If you belong you can find one or found one -- or Hacker School will find you.
The revised edition of Hacker School, now a trilogy with the addition of two new stories. In a dystopian world, who will decide the future of mankind?
After the Great Chaos, Jake's tribe decides it's time to expand from their hidden valley and once more deal with other societies.
David's tribe is trying to gather technology and reconstruct some of the technical marvels that once existed. They are violently opposed by anti-scavengers that wait for promised help from now vanished bureaucracies.
Charlene is mostly healed from her many battles. She's surprised by what may be a way to survive. Does this hacker really offer a small chance of escape? Maybe human rights hacktivism is in her future. Probably not. Is it foolish to trust someone just because he remembers how to laugh?
Hacker School is a three act prelude to the cyberhug.me series.
"Your life is a burning match. Ignite a bonfire." - Allan R. Wallace
, human rights
, computer security
, network security
, hacker fiction
, important read
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on Feb. 22, 2013 :
So much potential yet so boring.
(review of free book)