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Return to Book Page. En el centro de nuestra era teconologica se hallan unas personas que se autodeterminan hackers. Se definen a si mismos como personas que se dedican aprogramar de manera apasionada y creen que es un deber para ellos compartir la informacion y elaborar software gratuito.
No hay que confundirlos con loscrackers, los usuarios destructivos cuyo objetivo es el de crear virus e i En el centro de nuestra era teconologica se hallan unas personas que se autodeterminan hackers. No hay que confundirlos con loscrackers, los usuarios destructivos cuyo objetivo es el de crear virus e introducirse en otros sistemas: un hacker es un experto o un entusiasta decualquier tipo que puede dedicarse o no a la informatica.
En este sentido, la etica hacker es una nueva moral que desafia la etica protestante del trabajo, tal como la expuso hace casi un siglo Max Weber en su obra clasica La etica protestante y el espiritu del capitalismo, y que esta fundada en la laboriosidaddiligente, la aceptacion de la rutina, el valor del dinero y la preocupacion de la cuenta de resultados. Frente a la moral presentada por Weber, la etica deltrabajo para el hacker se funda en el valor de la creatividad, y consiste en combinar la pasion con la libertad.
El dinero deja de ser un valor en si mismo yel beneficio se cifra en metas como el valor social y el libre acceso, la transparencia y la franqueza. Este libro es una invitacion a recorrer las cuestiones fundamentales sobre la vida en la sociedad de la informacion, a emprender un viaje lleno de sorpresasque nos ayudara a orientar nuestras vidas hacia nuevas y apasionantes perspectivas.
Get A Copy. Published first published January 1st More Details Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. It is the first book which I have read multible times. This book helps to look current life at different angles. Nov 15, Julio rated it really liked it Shelves: ensayo.
Pero no hace el trabajo el fin en si mismo. Tampoco es tan iluso el hacker para obviar el rol del dinero, pero al igual que el trabajo, el dinero no es un fin en si mismo.
Muy al contrario, buscan compartirlo. Y no por nada Bill Gates sirve frecuentemente con anti-ejemplo de los valores hackers. Pero las dos primeras partes valen bien la lectura. When we've finished our work for the day, is spending the rest of the evening in leisure a way to give your life meaning? And if not, what is it? I expected more discussion about the problems of e. If you don't expose it, the bank might never fix it.
If you expose it, you have acted similarly to someone who is committing a crime. This book was more about what it means to be a hacker, and what drives hackers in life. View 1 comment.
An outstanding philosophical discussion on work, play, and living. This book closely aligns with the other two books in my list, "Maverick" and "The Seven Day Weekend".
The author makes and outstanding argument that the typical idea that pervades Western thought when it comes to working, The Protestant Work Ethic which he explains is not a religious concept , is no longer valid. He introduces the Hacker Ethic, a way to enjoy doing what you do to make a living. The book is highly intriguing and An outstanding philosophical discussion on work, play, and living. The book is highly intriguing and thought provoking and often requires a second read.
I highly recommed it even three or four times I did not like this book. Don't get me wrong there was nothing 'wrong' with it really it was just not the sort of book that I enjoyed reading it seems. When I saw the title I was interested in what the Hacker Ethic was about, but the book turned out to be a long winded story about how other ethics work and how the hacker ethic compares to it.
That's all fine and good since the reader needs a baseline understanding but I felt like the author went on and on and on ad nauseam using a bit WAY too muc I did not like this book. That's all fine and good since the reader needs a baseline understanding but I felt like the author went on and on and on ad nauseam using a bit WAY too much theology and making up stories that I feel were really just page filler.
I hope this doesn't deter me from reading future books on Ethics. Many times during the reading of this book I thought to myself "He could say the same thing in less than half the words, and less than half the grade level to understand the odd terms he's using.
This is an interesting read, because in some ways this is a historical snapshot of the emerging Internet and hacker philosophy from the early s. It surprised me how well the ideas have stood the test of time, though the definition of hacking as a criminal activity has now become the dominant one and is not the philosophical attitude to work and passion described in the book.
References to technology are now dated, but it hardly matters because the reader can connect the dots and apply the sa This is an interesting read, because in some ways this is a historical snapshot of the emerging Internet and hacker philosophy from the early s. References to technology are now dated, but it hardly matters because the reader can connect the dots and apply the same ideas - about working for work's sake vs working because you have ideas and motivation - to whatever technology we have today.
I liked the foreword by Linus Thorvalds but couldn't get through the academic, slightly pompous afterword by a different author. Il libro spiega l'etica del lavoro che caratterizza la nostra epoca dell'informazione e della comunicazione tracciando un parallelo - anche nel titolo - con l'etica protestante e lo spirito del capitalismo di Max Weber.
Pequeno disclaimer : o livro tem pontos in "Eh! Un saggio a maggior ragione apprezzabile alla luce del recente diffondersi del fenomeno blog prima, e di quello dei social network poi. Da leggere, assolutamente. A fab book to understand how the information society works but the main value of 'The Hacker Ethic' is the comparison with the Protestant work ethic. It made me examine my own work habits more closely.
En general, es un tema interesante y tiene algunos puntos que merece la pena releer para interiorizar. I finally understand the term 'hackathon'. Using Linux as an example the Hacker ethos is really about sharing and making things better for everyone. It's building upon ideas and bringing them together virtually. Good short book for anyone interested in the evolution and philosophy behind hactivism. I think author has some very naive conclusions education, capitalism, work.
I didn't like too much references to religion. It's unnecessary. However, I appreciate the attempt to explain hackers, and their life views. If computers are your thing Find out purchase date. Marcello Marogna rated it liked it Nov 15, Tony Stark Iron Man rated it really liked it May 06, EvilNick rated it really liked it Apr 15, Caligula rated it liked it Apr 04, Dima Sarle rated it really liked it Dec 27, Marianne Diaz rated it really liked it Jul 14, Nico rated it really liked it Aug 11, Juan Guisao rated it it was amazing Apr 23, Stefano rated it liked it Feb 11, Cuauhtli rated it liked it Aug 26, Iugrina rated it liked it Nov 16, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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