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Source: Tech News World - Posted by Alex   
Security "Do I want my children to think for themselves? Yes," said Slashdot blogger Josh Ulmer. "Do I believe that all closed systems are bad, or that they should think outside the box continuously, or any of the other ridiculous paradigms spouted in this diatribe? No." The perfect "co-op, open-sourced, self-governing commune qchapter wants his daughter to be a part of does not work." For as long as human beings have walked the face of this Earth, more than a few have held dear the hope that their children would one day follow in their footsteps.

Doctors encourage their kids to study medicine; lawyers advocate careers in law; rulers of evil empirescreate their own little clones.

It should come as no great surprise, then, that hackers share similar aspirations. 'Hackers Are Not Consumer Lemmings'

"Why I want my daughter to be a hacker" is the title of a post that's been making waves in the Linux Manage and monitor your systems with Landscape for Ubuntu. Free 60 day Trial. blogosphere of late, and no wonder: A more provocative title would be hard to imagine.

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