Tag Archives: Hacker Culture

Virtual Battlefield

There is no objective reality. There is only human experience and perception. The path of sanity for individuals and humanity as a whole is for perception to account for experience. It’s not a question of total accuracy because humanity is … Continue reading

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Net Effects

Once again, I find myself up against the limitations of communicating in English. It’s not the language itself, but all the demented intellectual baggage that comes with it. Bear with me. When we are encouraged to stop an think for … Continue reading

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Open Source Life

You can run into various terms when researching it — DIY, hacking this-or-that — but the skills and methodology mean nothing if you don’t sense a drive for it. It arises from recognizing that someone is trying to control your … Continue reading

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Tinkering with Glory

All things for the glory of His name. Would you believe some of the Win7 drivers on this laptop broke Windows Update? I tried two different ways of installing Win7 on the Studio 1535 and things were just dandy until … Continue reading

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The Linux Oligarchy

Linux is a product of the technology oligarchy. Were this not so, I wouldn’t even mention Linux — ever. I don’t belong to the technology elite, but they aren’t alien to me. At the critical juncture in my life when … Continue reading

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