BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
BibSLEIGH people
Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
beyond (2)
self (2)
hackerspac (2)
not (2)
ideal (1)

Stem hack$ (all stems)

11 papers:

SANERSANER-2015-EshkevariSCA #php #question
Are PHP applications ready for Hack? (LME, FDS, JRC, GA), pp. 63–72.
CSCWCSCW-2015-FoxUR #recognition
Hacking Culture, Not Devices: Access and Recognition in Feminist Hackerspaces (SF, RRU, DR), pp. 56–68.
DATEDATE-2014-HamdiouiDNSBT #hardware
Hacking and protecting IC hardware (SH, JLD, GDN, FS, GvB, MT), pp. 1–7.
CHICHI-2014-BardzellBT #quote #self #tool support
“Now that’s definitely a proper hack”: self-made tools in hackerspaces (JB, SB, AT), pp. 473–476.
SACSAC-2014-ZangerleS #classification #quote #twitter
“Sorry, I was hacked”: a classification of compromised twitter accounts (EZ, GS), pp. 587–593.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-Evans #bibliography #online
Beyond Satisfaction Questionnaires: “Hacking” the Online Survey (ALE), pp. 222–231.
ICSEICSE-2010-Schneider #exclamation
Beyond hacking: an SOS! (FBS), p. 2.
CHICHI-2009-RosnerB #learning
Learning from IKEA hacking: I’m not one to decoupage a tabletop and call it a day (DR, JB), pp. 419–422.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2005-Clark #self
Hacking as a form of “self-improvement” (EC), p. 397.
Cutting Hacking: Breaking from Tradition (RD, SPM), pp. 224–233.
TOOLSTOOLS-USA-2001-McClure #how #privacy #security
Hacking = Privacy: How Computer Hacking Can Shore Up Your Defenses and Deliver the Closest Ideal to Security Available (SM), p. 7.

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