Monday, April 28, 2008


from {Kusasa / Analytical Education }
Youthful protagonists now test their metal against the challenges, temptations and frustrations of cyberspace.

These skills, very much needed by real world development teams, are partially reinforced by the genre itself; the comics and cartoons include some technical content, not just cues about ethics and values.

Speaking of ethics and values, the free software movement, started by Richard Stallman and friends, is briefing new generations on the importance of collaborating within the guild.

Keeping our tools freely sharable makes positive synergies so much more likely and lasting. By mutual agreement, we don't criminalize collaboration amongst ourselves, a hallmark of liberal cultures.

from Hackerteen, O'Reilly Books