How to read A Hacker Manifesto

McKenzie Warks' A Hacker Manifesto is so bergizi (trans from indonesian: nutrient-stuffed) so I skipped to the end notes. Reading ass backwards might be the trick here. (Or spin the bottle to choose an entry point.) Then reprint and scatter the individuated sections affixed to posts on Triton’s surface.

“A free yet not merely random productivity” which has me thinking about open source collaborations.

End note on Gregory Bateson from McKenzie Warks' A Hacker Manifesto