Anonymous asked: Hola fabian, soy vic del SHDH, no he encontrado una playera como la tuya en linea, he visto otras similares de css ninja pero como que me agrada mas como se ve la que tenias, hahha, pero bueno, queria comentarte que me parece bueno tu blog y tu me pareces una persona super interesante, .. como diria joda, como que siento que la fuerza (hacker) es fuerte en ti, asi que por aqui andamos, creo que...
In order to maintain control of things I learned or find interesting, I will write daily introspections that will help me maintain a log of things I did or want to do. I suggest you start doing the same. [[MORE]] Did Svenska: Jag, Du, Han/Hon, Det, Vi, Ni, De; Svenska: är, vill, lära, älskar; Svenska: mig, dig, tack; OpenGL: Got started with PyOpenGL, everything is easier now. :D The Hack...
L’homme est né libre, et partout il est dans les fers.– Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Du contrat social ou Principes du droit politique.
Hacker Education Reform
Incorporating the Hacker Ethics and the Hack Value previously mentioned here. I hold the believe that they can improve education. As such, several changes are needed: No age/experience division Free Self-organized Not for pieces of paper For this to work, a potential system would be similar to a hackerspace, in which courses would be offered by a community on specific topics; For instance...
I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door....– Morpheus; The Matrix, 1999.
Nature hath given men one tongue but two ears, that we may hear from others...– Epictetus, Fragments VI
The Hacker Ethic and Hack Value
The term hacker, and its implications, vary between contexts. One of the truest meanings of the term came to be on the MIT during the 60s; The Tech Model Railroad Club adapted an old MIT lingo, hack, an elaborate and ingenious prank. In order to maintain respect to the previous term, it was agreed that for something to qualify as a hack it had to be innovative, to have style, and to be...
For the correct analogy for the mind is not a vessel that needs filling but wood...– Plutarch, On Listening to Lectures