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    The Chat Room

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    notice that the people in the room can be classified into some simple categories. These may be generalizations but are wholly accurate and appear to encompass the entire spectrum of people who chat. There are helpers, non-helpers, SNERTS, script kiddies, hackers, and relationship seekers. First of all, there are those who help people with their computer questions. They seem to go to extraordinary lengths to do so, freely assisting people with their computer questions very patiently

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    and 1970s was a little more like gentlemanly exploring than it was taking things from people” ’(Weise). These days hackers cannot call themselves hackers without the threat of being called a “hacker wanna-be” or a “script kiddie.” A “hacker wanna-be” is the same thing as script kiddie, but is another slang term for a person who uses guess-work and programs that he did not write (Weise). Although, most people think of a hacker as someone who breaks into computers and sends viruses, there are several

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    Dissecting the Hack: The Forb1dd3n Network

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    Dissecting the Hack: The Forb1dd3n Network raises the awareness that everyone, both corporate entities and private individuals, is susceptible to a hacking attack. The book is segmented in two parts. The first part contains an interesting work of fiction containing a fairly complex hacking plot. The story is told in the fashion of a Jason Bourne or James Bond plotline. There is mystery, murder, and an air of honesty that involves the reader from start to finish. Part two is the technical "how to"

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    Computer Hackers: The Who's, What's, When's, Where's, Why's and How's. After coming home from a long day at school, I turn on my computer and go to the Internet to see "What's New!" Then all of a sudden I hear, "You've Got Mail!" I check my e-mail and it's a message from my friend in Alabama. It is warning me about a computer virus that is being spread, and that I should watch out. Thank goodness someone warned me about this. I said to myself, "This kind of stuff must be the work of those hackers

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    Hackers and the Internet

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    Hackers and the Internet Internet Security covers a broad list of topics. I have chosen to cover hackers and their history. I will go through who hackers are and how we define hackers. I will also cover the history of how hackers got started. This was a very interesting topic and may surprise a lot of people who have had misconceptions of what hackers do due to how the are covered by the media. In the 1960’s at MIT a group of curious students, members of the Tech Model Railroad Club, decided

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    Internet crimes are developing at a shocking rate. Since the invention of the World Wide Web, it gives criminals the power to collect and steal information without anyone finding out (Galbreth and Shor 595). Cybercrimes increased by an astonishing 22.3 percent from 2008 to 2009 alone (Hoi-Ying 1646). Of those crimes, only about 43.5 percent of companies report the crime to authorities (Hoi-Ying 1646). With each occurrence of hacking, companies and individuals lose millions of dollars to security

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    The Significance of the Open-Source Act and Linux In the 1980's hardly anyone knew what a DOS attack was, most people hadn't ever seen a computer. There was one great OS for companies back then, UNIX. Unix was commercially made, very expensive, but was a very strong Operating System. Because of the price of equipment, many people wouldn't get into computers, but there was no reason to. Nothing of great significance was stored on computers. By 1985, computers hit the mainstream, providing

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    Lend Me a Tenor

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    I went to see Lend Me a Tenor at the Krevsky Center on the night of February twenty-first. Overall I thought the play was quite funny, with excellent actors, likeable characters, and an enjoyable plot. Overall, I found the script to be enjoyable. There were many situations created that allowed for some very funny dialog. There was, however, one type of event that was over used throughout the performance, namely, the instances of the characters wanting to see Tito, while various others tried to

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    12 Years a Slave, is a movie based on the story of Soloman Northup, a free African-American man who was sold into slavery. 12 Years a Slave shows the hardships that Northup had to face as well as Northup eventually being set free again. Henry Stewart writes an article titled “Why 12 Years a Slave is a Bad Movie”, in his article Stewart tries to tear down 12 Years a Slave but fails to because of his weak assumptions, lack of evidence to support his claim, and the overall feeling that Stewart did not

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    word ‘journey’ is much overused, but perfectly describes the contents of Harper’s script. The following discourse will be looking at how Harper has followed screenwriting conventions, such as the ‘where’, ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’ and using popular screenwriting theorist texts such as Robert McKee’s ‘Story’ (1999) and Syd Field’s ‘The Definitive Guide to Screenwriting’ (2003)as guides to analysing Harper’s script. The script is split into three parts; each part is identifiable by a number of factors, the

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