September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p204
The article focuses on the hackers and do-it-yourself fanatics who are the members of E-Gang, a section of the periodical "Forbes Asia." It mentions that these hackers and fanatics stand for an amateur's right to reshape technology in one's own image, be it space rockets, life forms, portable gadgets or backyard flamethrowers. It mentions that they are aided in their pursuit by easy access to open-source software, cheap microprocessors and wide-open collaboration on the web site.


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