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here's a little something for the new guys and those old school guys that missed it... The Jargon File http://www.catb.org/~esr/jargon/html/index.html pay particular attention to Appendix B and how it might ...
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    The Jargon File


    here's a little something for the new guys and those old school guys that missed it...

    The Jargon File
    http://www.catb.org/~esr/jargon/html/index.html

    pay particular attention to Appendix B and how it might describe yourself...
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    Re: The Jargon File

    Quote Originally Posted by lordnothing
    pay particular attention to Appendix B and how it might describe yourself...
    Its worrying...
    (a bit too accurate)

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    Check ur PM's J i have a request. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giro
    Check ur PM's J i have a request. Thanks
    Done as requested.

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    yeah but that discribes most people in the world... my music teacher has long hair has a beard, wears jeans and is amnost a post hippie and doesn't know a thing about computers.
    they may aswell say tallish, smallish, either wears glasses or doesn't, either has a mustache or doesn't and somethimes wears a t-shirt.
    Thanks v much

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad_red_hatter
    yeah but that discribes most people in the world... my music teacher has long hair has a beard, wears jeans and is amnost a post hippie and doesn't know a thing about computers.
    they may aswell say tallish, smallish, either wears glasses or doesn't, either has a mustache or doesn't and somethimes wears a t-shirt.
    Just because he doesn't know a thing about computers doesn't mean he's not a hacker. He's just not a computer hacker...he's a music hacker.

    Even though the traditional definition of hacker is someone unexperienced or unskilled at something, I think could be used more the other way around.
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