Communications of the ACM on hacking and innovation
The last issue of Communications of the ACM is about "Hacking and Innovation". There are some very interesting papers about that topic; ranging from hacker ethic to hardware hacking and academic freedom.
Hacking and Innovation Gregory Conti, Guest Editor Academic Freedom and the Hacker Ethic Tom Cross Security Through Legality Stephen Bono, Aviel Rubin, Adam Stubblefield, and Matthew Green Research Lessons from Hardware Hacking Joe Grand Software Security Is Software Reliability Felix "FX" Lindner Explorations in Namespace: White-Hat Hacking Across the Domain Name System Dan Kaminsky
Why do I blog this? that's a topic I am interested because it wraps up some thoughts about independent activities (research, design), connected to a new ecology of doers.