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BBC's Micro Live! haxored live on air in 1983
That's some literate, good-natured hacking there.
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Ow, my nostalgia!
HURF BLURF DUH
We should have just let the English keep all the computers and then everything could have stayed nice and polite.
Keep in mind that in the UK of 1983, there were like, a dozen people who owned a computer, and though it was an 8-bit computer you only got one or two bits to yourself.
This is why you should always just use a private network with known, fixed content for demonstrating things to the public. At least this predated goatse.
Especially when the audio reveals your password to be two characters long.
back then hackers were like shining knights
You mean back before the term was applied to jerk offs like Anonymous?
I would've appreciated a 'Bournemouth' tag
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