how not to write a technical manual (please get to the point!)
... I didn't really 'get' why the lucky stiff.
And though I've been a regular reader of his Redhanded ever since, and though I've dabbled in a little hoodwink.ing, and though I've sat through such, well, mindfucks as Everyone Is Here In The Future and quite enjoyed the antics, and though I have myself sprouted similar (though less skillful and perplexing) philosophies, still I've never quite understood his motivation. I mean, he's kinda weird.
On the about page he explains it:
I’m not so interested in acronyms and technobuzz. I’m more into how hacking weaves into life.
Think of how often ordinary people type
http://into a browser! That’s hacking, friends. It’s an obscure code that has found its way into the mainstream. Can’t you see the tremors of the infectious hacking spirits, breaking their way into everything??
Anyway, along these lines: I try to abide the Hackety Manifesto.
Yeah, I think I get it now.
Joseph | 4 May 2007