Hacker ethic and the waning hope ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Fifty and sixties vibes were challenging and equally absolute in terms of resilience and creativity. Seventies vibes were although the continuation of previous but there was something in the air which provoked Bill Gates (and later many other tech-gurus) to see the future of his source code struggle in Altair. Anyway, his eye-catching clickbait baited mass people and gave him tremendous success and possessions to manipulate the society according to his desire. He got success, but what we have said about the hacker ethic of his opponents? What could we say about the dream of fresh breathing under the new sunlit of freedom and open access?… Continue reading Hacker ethic and the waning hope ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Leviathan Reality and Hobbes World (First Chapter) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Nobody in this world (by nature) is more learned or ignorant than the other. Learning is relative to the societal surface and its attitude about the learning. Suppose, we can claim that we’re more learned than the Bushmen in light of progress, but can never claimed that we’re more perfect or happy than the San people. Their learning is yet inbuilt with nature, where they educated them to utilize the nature for their survival, where educating each other in learning is more necessary than the comparison or “self-criticism”… Continue reading Leviathan Reality and Hobbes World (First Chapter) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari