limdis wrote:Absolutely a hobby. My 'real life' experience and job have nothing to do with this field. If you met me in person you would have no idea I knew anything about computers/hacking at all. I like it that way
I love every second of it.
not_essence2 wrote:Otherwise, we would eventually stop hacking. It is sort of a high-maintenance activity.
Seung wrote:I would imagine that individuals who are majoring in computer science or who love computers would be more inclined to learn how to "hack" but:
1)Just of curiosity, how many of you have started "hacking" as a hobby?
2)Is your current job not technology related?
The reason I ask is because I am currently an econ major and that won't change soon but I recently have a resurgence of curiosity in computers. So I am wondering if there are individuals out there who do something else as their main thing like music but hack in their spare time.
Cerebral Bore wrote:of cores, hell you more or less have to just to post here from what i can tell.
my god the place is broken or what,still working on trying to setup a avatar & have to reg in twice just to log in hu O_o
ps 18 Character only for password max ? i would have used 64 or more.
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