Most of society defines hackers as computer geniuses who can limitlessly explore the techniological world against all set rules for their own purposes. However, Garrett Wilkin shows how there is another side to hacking that is used for the greater good. With the creation of the Maine Hacker Club, he hopes to join the technical minds of the region to help with the technological issues that are affecting his community.
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@ VOL 12
ON JAN 17, 2012
Roman Milo is a digital artist and was one of the founding members of Harbourfront Centre. He started working with digital art when his computer got hacked by the Romanian KGB hacking school in 1995. He then started studying computer viruses and code, and created an art show inspired by the codes.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 26, 2013.
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BY ISAAC SANDERS
@ JUNE TABLE TALKS
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BY PAOLA VILLAREAL
@ VOL 37
ON SEP 25, 2014
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BY MIKE ZUCKERMAN
@ VOL 13
ON JUL 03, 2015
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@ VOL 25
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BY PETER BENKENDORF
@ VOL 26
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To Hack is to Human...All Too Human
BY JUD TAYLOR
@ VOL 36
ON AUG 26, 2018
- solve a problem / build something using non-standard materials, tools, or methods; or
- use existing technologies, techniques, and materials to make something clever or intriguing."