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2015 Video: Hackability as a Human Right, Jeremy Ruston

July 14, 2016

Jeremy Ruston is a name that may be familiar to those who cut their programming teeth on the BBC Micro, else more recently as a user or developer — the distinction is wonderfully and purposely blurred! — of the non-linear personal web notebook, TiddlyWiki.

In his talk Jeremy first defines "hacking" as an individual changing their environment or experience via technology or cunning, before going on to take us on a whistle stop tour of a diverse, entertaining and undeniably inspiring personal journey in hacking.

Recommended viewing!

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