1. Chuckle all you want about interminable bitrates and the three-character password (“GOD”) that stands between you and a cache of corporate secrets, but Hackers isn’t quite the silly artifact it appears to be. Moreu and Softley (Backbeat) may have failed to capture that elusive mid-’90s idea of future cool, but they succeeded in broadly profiling the coming generation of digital agitators. That combination of prankishness, resentment of authority, and moral relativity are all still present, as is the idealist impulse to break whatever shackles are holding us back and change the world—or, if that doesn’t work, just blow it to smithereens and start again
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