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10print Book
«  Code is not purely abstract and mathematical; it
has significant social, political, and aesthetic dimensions. The way in which code connects to culture, affecting it and being influenced by it, can be traced by examining the specifics of programs by reading the code itself attentively  »

Coding Freedom, the Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking
« Hacking, then, is animated by a rich ethical life that is as much a part of hacking as is the act of coding itself »

The Second Self: Computers and the Human Spirit
« Each time we enter into a program, we open ourselves to the imprint of a new machine »