Hacking Engagement

Hacking communities put a positive twist on the act of hacking

Implications - Despite what it’s traditionally used for, the act of hacking has some arguably positive impacts — namely in furthering the educational development of those who practice it in non-harmful ways. The development of hacking communities, or communities with programs that include education on the subject, allows for more open-minded, subversive spaces in which consumers can develop their skills.
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Engagingly Innovative Discovery Groups - VRTO is a Collective That Explores Digital Landscapes
SCORE 6.9
This Quarter and Warm 702 Clicks Pub: Jun 25, 18
Engagingly Innovative Discovery Groups
VRTO is a Collective That Explores Digital Landscapes
VRTO is a Toronto-based discovery group that seeks to promote, workshop, troubleshoot and inspire ideas that zero in on technological and algorithmic developments in the digital age. That is, the... [More]
Competitive Hacking Games - Hackermud Pits Players Against One Another in a Simulated Hack Off
SCORE 5.3
This Quarter and Warm 289 Clicks Pub: Jul 2, 18
Competitive Hacking Games
Hackermud Pits Players Against One Another in a Simulated Hack Off
Hacking often has dangerous or disrupting real-world implications but the Hackmud game turns this mysterious skill into a massive multiplayer online video game. In the game, players will need to... [More]
Hacker Notebook Apps - The 'Inkdrop' App Enables Users to Jot Down Their Daily Hacking Endeavors
SCORE 2.4
Untested 294 Clicks Pub: Oct 4, 16
Hacker Notebook Apps
The 'Inkdrop' App Enables Users to Jot Down Their Daily Hacking Endeavors
The ‘Inkdrop’ notebook app looks to enable hackers to keep track of their daily progress when it comes to hacking in one convenient spot without having to rely on traditional word... [More]
Hacker-Focused Indie Games - 'Tech Support: Error Unknown' Gives Players Power But Forces Choices
SCORE 3.3
This Year and Mild 144 Clicks Pub: Mar 8, 18
Hacker-Focused Indie Games
'Tech Support: Error Unknown' Gives Players Power But Forces Choices
The concept of a game presenting itself as a computer to work and interact with is not entirely new, but ‘Tech Support: Error Unknown’ is hoping to revolutionize the genre by giving... [More]
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