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    https://medium.com/what-i-learned-building/ca07bc941ec3

    Everything I Know About Founding a Startup I Learned from the Underground ‘Scene’
    My business school reverse engineered your business school

    When I was a freshman in high school I stopped attending school regularly. I thought learning assembly and writing keygens were way more fun than geometry. I put the high school’s outbound number on call block so they couldn’t call my parents and spent my days learning as much as I could about reverse engineering software.

    Nero Burning ROM v6.3.0.0 Keygen
    As I progressed in my ‘skills’ I was eventually asked to join a cracking group (a private, invite only, group that removed copy protections from software). After about a year I decided to go out on my own, and start my own group (sound familiar entrepreneurs?). So, me, and a few fellow crackers founded a brand new group, and started from scratch.

    We had to do the same things all startup founders would do when starting a legit startup: formation, branding, recruiting, operations, business development, partnerships, and most importantly: execute.

    To form such a group, one has to construct a name that hasn’t already been taken in the history of ‘the scene’. This is important, as you don’t want to choose something lame, and you want other groups to respect the name. Such names were something like: PREMiUM (‘i’ is always lowercase), ORiON, CLASS, etc. You also need to solicit the services of one of the ASCII groups (8bit artists from the DEMO scene) to draw an .NFO and file_id.diz file. These files had to be included in all your releases so that they gave attribution to your group and the FTP servers knew how many zip files to expect on a transfer.

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    https://medium.com/what-i-learned-building/ca07bc941ec3

    Everything I Know About Founding a Startup I Learned from the Underground ‘Scene’
    My business school reverse engineered your business school

    When I was a freshman in high school I stopped attending school regularly. I thought learning assembly and writing keygens were way more fun than geometry. I put the high school’s outbound number on call block so they couldn’t call my parents and spent my days learning as much as I could about reverse engineering software.

    Nero Burning ROM v6.3.0.0 Keygen
    As I progressed in my ‘skills’ I was eventually asked to join a cracking group (a private, invite only, group that removed copy protections from software). After about a year I decided to go out on my own, and start my own group (sound familiar entrepreneurs?). So, me, and a few fellow crackers founded a brand new group, and started from scratch.

    We had to do the same things all startup founders would do when starting a legit startup: formation, branding, recruiting, operations, business development, partnerships, and most importantly: execute.

    To form such a group, one has to construct a name that hasn’t already been taken in the history of ‘the scene’. This is important, as you don’t want to choose something lame, and you want other groups to respect the name. Such names were something like: PREMiUM (‘i’ is always lowercase), ORiON, CLASS, etc. You also need to solicit the services of one of the ASCII groups (8bit artists from the DEMO scene) to draw an .NFO and file_id.diz file. These files had to be included in all your releases so that they gave attribution to your group and the FTP servers knew how many zip files to expect on a transfer.

  •  - Par Anonyme

    https://medium.com/what-i-learned-building/ca07bc941ec3

    Everything I Know About Founding a Startup I Learned from the Underground ‘Scene’
    My business school reverse engineered your business school

    When I was a freshman in high school I stopped attending school regularly. I thought learning assembly and writing keygens were way more fun than geometry. I put the high school’s outbound number on call block so they couldn’t call my parents and spent my days learning as much as I could about reverse engineering software.

    Nero Burning ROM v6.3.0.0 Keygen
    As I progressed in my ‘skills’ I was eventually asked to join a cracking group (a private, invite only, group that removed copy protections from software). After about a year I decided to go out on my own, and start my own group (sound familiar entrepreneurs?). So, me, and a few fellow crackers founded a brand new group, and started from scratch.

    We had to do the same things all startup founders would do when starting a legit startup: formation, branding, recruiting, operations, business development, partnerships, and most importantly: execute.

    To form such a group, one has to construct a name that hasn’t already been taken in the history of ‘the scene’. This is important, as you don’t want to choose something lame, and you want other groups to respect the name. Such names were something like: PREMiUM (‘i’ is always lowercase), ORiON, CLASS, etc. You also need to solicit the services of one of the ASCII groups (8bit artists from the DEMO scene) to draw an .NFO and file_id.diz file. These files had to be included in all your releases so that they gave attribution to your group and the FTP servers knew how many zip files to expect on a transfer.

  •  - Par Anonyme

    https://medium.com/what-i-learned-building/ca07bc941ec3

    Everything I Know About Founding a Startup I Learned from the Underground ‘Scene’
    My business school reverse engineered your business school

    When I was a freshman in high school I stopped attending school regularly. I thought learning assembly and writing keygens were way more fun than geometry. I put the high school’s outbound number on call block so they couldn’t call my parents and spent my days learning as much as I could about reverse engineering software.

    Nero Burning ROM v6.3.0.0 Keygen
    As I progressed in my ‘skills’ I was eventually asked to join a cracking group (a private, invite only, group that removed copy protections from software). After about a year I decided to go out on my own, and start my own group (sound familiar entrepreneurs?). So, me, and a few fellow crackers founded a brand new group, and started from scratch.

    We had to do the same things all startup founders would do when starting a legit startup: formation, branding, recruiting, operations, business development, partnerships, and most importantly: execute.

    To form such a group, one has to construct a name that hasn’t already been taken in the history of ‘the scene’. This is important, as you don’t want to choose something lame, and you want other groups to respect the name. Such names were something like: PREMiUM (‘i’ is always lowercase), ORiON, CLASS, etc. You also need to solicit the services of one of the ASCII groups (8bit artists from the DEMO scene) to draw an .NFO and file_id.diz file. These files had to be included in all your releases so that they gave attribution to your group and the FTP servers knew how many zip files to expect on a transfer.

  •  - Par Anonyme

    https://medium.com/what-i-learned-building/ca07bc941ec3

    Everything I Know About Founding a Startup I Learned from the Underground ‘Scene’
    My business school reverse engineered your business school

    When I was a freshman in high school I stopped attending school regularly. I thought learning assembly and writing keygens were way more fun than geometry. I put the high school’s outbound number on call block so they couldn’t call my parents and spent my days learning as much as I could about reverse engineering software.

    Nero Burning ROM v6.3.0.0 Keygen
    As I progressed in my ‘skills’ I was eventually asked to join a cracking group (a private, invite only, group that removed copy protections from software). After about a year I decided to go out on my own, and start my own group (sound familiar entrepreneurs?). So, me, and a few fellow crackers founded a brand new group, and started from scratch.

    We had to do the same things all startup founders would do when starting a legit startup: formation, branding, recruiting, operations, business development, partnerships, and most importantly: execute.

    To form such a group, one has to construct a name that hasn’t already been taken in the history of ‘the scene’. This is important, as you don’t want to choose something lame, and you want other groups to respect the name. Such names were something like: PREMiUM (‘i’ is always lowercase), ORiON, CLASS, etc. You also need to solicit the services of one of the ASCII groups (8bit artists from the DEMO scene) to draw an .NFO and file_id.diz file. These files had to be included in all your releases so that they gave attribution to your group and the FTP servers knew how many zip files to expect on a transfer.

  •  - Par Anonyme

    https://medium.com/what-i-learned-building/ca07bc941ec3

    Everything I Know About Founding a Startup I Learned from the Underground ‘Scene’
    My business school reverse engineered your business school

    When I was a freshman in high school I stopped attending school regularly. I thought learning assembly and writing keygens were way more fun than geometry. I put the high school’s outbound number on call block so they couldn’t call my parents and spent my days learning as much as I could about reverse engineering software.

    Nero Burning ROM v6.3.0.0 Keygen
    As I progressed in my ‘skills’ I was eventually asked to join a cracking group (a private, invite only, group that removed copy protections from software). After about a year I decided to go out on my own, and start my own group (sound familiar entrepreneurs?). So, me, and a few fellow crackers founded a brand new group, and started from scratch.

    We had to do the same things all startup founders would do when starting a legit startup: formation, branding, recruiting, operations, business development, partnerships, and most importantly: execute.

    To form such a group, one has to construct a name that hasn’t already been taken in the history of ‘the scene’. This is important, as you don’t want to choose something lame, and you want other groups to respect the name. Such names were something like: PREMiUM (‘i’ is always lowercase), ORiON, CLASS, etc. You also need to solicit the services of one of the ASCII groups (8bit artists from the DEMO scene) to draw an .NFO and file_id.diz file. These files had to be included in all your releases so that they gave attribution to your group and the FTP servers knew how many zip files to expect on a transfer.

  • Le droit de lire - Une contre-histoire des Internets - ARTE

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    Uploaded by ARTE on 2013-05-01.

    Internet pourrait permettre un large partage du savoir. À condition que le partage ne soit pas un acte criminel. Criminaliser tout tentative d'échange n'enlève rien aux plus riches mais empêche les plus pauvres d'avoir un accès libre au savoir. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • Le droit de lire - Une contre-histoire des Internets - ARTE

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    Uploaded by ARTE on 2013-05-01.

    Internet pourrait permettre un large partage du savoir. À condition que le partage ne soit pas un acte criminel. Criminaliser tout tentative d'échange n'enlève rien aux plus riches mais empêche les plus pauvres d'avoir un accès libre au savoir. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • Le droit de lire - Une contre-histoire des Internets - ARTE

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    Uploaded by ARTE on 2013-05-01.

    Internet pourrait permettre un large partage du savoir. À condition que le partage ne soit pas un acte criminel. Criminaliser tout tentative d'échange n'enlève rien aux plus riches mais empêche les plus pauvres d'avoir un accès libre au savoir. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • Le droit de lire - Une contre-histoire des Internets - ARTE

    www.youtube.com
    Uploaded by ARTE on 2013-05-01.

    Internet pourrait permettre un large partage du savoir. À condition que le partage ne soit pas un acte criminel. Criminaliser tout tentative d'échange n'enlève rien aux plus riches mais empêche les plus pauvres d'avoir un accès libre au savoir. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

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    en hommage à Perec ?

    je me souviens qu'il fallait invoquer l'éditeur vi pour rédiger un email sous elm et que bm a été ma première UA "agréable à utiliser" (kudos to Bdale Garbee ! Tnks, dr OM)

    je me souviens qu'il fallait mémoriser tout le routage smtp pour expédier un courrier électronique. Les rares pièces attachées l'étaient au forma uuencode

    Je me souviens de Archie et plus tard de Gopher, les principaux outils de recherche de document avant l'arrivée du Web

    Je me souviens de l'époque ou une recherche sur le mot "sex" (in English please) vous donnait accès à des milliers de mémoires universitaires sur les amours des mouches drosophiles et autres études entomologiques

    Je me souviens de finger, seul service interrogeable qui indiquait les services accessibles sur un host

    je me souviens de "in addr arpa " et de l'inversion du nom canonique d'une adresse lorsque l'on souhaitait faire un "reverse"

    je me souviens du temps ou il fallait à peine deux heures à 1200 bauds pour récupérer la totalité du "domain.txt" d'un réseau Classe A...

    Je me souviens de l'époque ou le voussoiement était obligatoire sur les "mailing list" et autres conférences

    je me souviens de certains bannissements d'internet au seul prétexte que le "coupable" avait osé citer une entreprise commerciale au fil d'un message public

    Je me souviens que la License "unlimited user version" de TCP/IP sous OS/2 était vendue par Microsoft aux environs de 50 000 F

    Je me souviens que les utilisateurs de tcp/ip propriétaires achetaient leur stack ip fort cher (Trumpet, ftp software... )

    Je me souviens des "chat" en mode tty dans une fenêtre shell qui s'achevaient invariablement par un "unknown folder or filename"

    ...

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    Depuis 1995, des premières pages perso chez france télécom, aux blogs tumblr en passant par free,
    18 ans de création sur internet.

  • L'équation est simple : pour avoir une pensée libre, il faut des médias libres, des médias qui ne surveillent pas ce que vous faites quand vous les parcourez. Et pour avoir des médias libres sur le web, il faut qu'ils soient construits sur une infrastructure technique libre. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • L'équation est simple : pour avoir une pensée libre, il faut des médias libres, des médias qui ne surveillent pas ce que vous faites quand vous les parcourez. Et pour avoir des médias libres sur le web, il faut qu'ils soient construits sur une infrastructure technique libre. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • L'équation est simple : pour avoir une pensée libre, il faut des médias libres, des médias qui ne surveillent pas ce que vous faites quand vous les parcourez. Et pour avoir des médias libres sur le web, il faut qu'ils soient construits sur une infrastructure technique libre. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • L'équation est simple : pour avoir une pensée libre, il faut des médias libres, des médias qui ne surveillent pas ce que vous faites quand vous les parcourez. Et pour avoir des médias libres sur le web, il faut qu'ils soient construits sur une infrastructure technique libre. Explications avec Eben Moglen (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Moglen), avocat de la Free Software Fondation et fondateur du Software Freedom Law Center.

  • Un des bons moyens d'imposer un "fais pas ci, fais pas ça" c'est de proposer un "jardin clos", aussi appelé "walled garden" ou carrément "closed plateform". C'est tout simplement un écosystème dont l'utilisateur ne peut sortir. Et son portefeuille non plus...

    Comme feu AOL, eWorld (Apple), ou aujourd'hui KindleStore, AppleStore.

    Avant la dérégulation des télécoms, Bell, en situation de monopole, avait même imposé un truc très sympatique : vos mots, quand ils passaient dans les câbles du réseau téléphonique, ne vous appartenaient plus.

    "In a more extreme example, with the pre-deregulated 1970s American telephone system, "Ma Bell" virtually owned all the hardware (including all phones) and all the signals, and virtually even the words (information) on their wires. The words did not become yours until they left the Ma Bell earpiece (or other Ma Bell output device) and entered your ear."

  • Un des bons moyens d'imposer un "fais pas ci, fais pas ça" c'est de proposer un "jardin clos", aussi appelé "walled garden" ou carrément "closed plateform". C'est tout simplement un écosystème dont l'utilisateur ne peut sortir. Et son portefeuille non plus...

    Comme feu AOL, eWorld (Apple), ou aujourd'hui KindleStore, AppleStore.

    Avant la dérégulation des télécoms, Bell, en situation de monopole, avait même imposé un truc très sympatique : vos mots, quand ils passaient dans les câbles du réseau téléphonique, ne vous appartenaient plus.

    "In a more extreme example, with the pre-deregulated 1970s American telephone system, "Ma Bell" virtually owned all the hardware (including all phones) and all the signals, and virtually even the words (information) on their wires. The words did not become yours until they left the Ma Bell earpiece (or other Ma Bell output device) and entered your ear."

  • Un des bons moyens d'imposer un "fais pas ci, fais pas ça" c'est de proposer un "jardin clos", aussi appelé "walled garden" ou carrément "closed plateform". C'est tout simplement un écosystème dont l'utilisateur ne peut sortir. Et son portefeuille non plus...

    Comme feu AOL, eWorld (Apple), ou aujourd'hui KindleStore, AppleStore.

    Avant la dérégulation des télécoms, Bell, en situation de monopole, avait même imposé un truc très sympatique : vos mots, quand ils passaient dans les câbles du réseau téléphonique, ne vous appartenaient plus.

    "In a more extreme example, with the pre-deregulated 1970s American telephone system, "Ma Bell" virtually owned all the hardware (including all phones) and all the signals, and virtually even the words (information) on their wires. The words did not become yours until they left the Ma Bell earpiece (or other Ma Bell output device) and entered your ear."

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