Cole Stryker (Pdf or Kindle ePUB) Epic Win for Anonymous



10 thoughts on “Epic Win for Anonymous

  1. says:

    review originally written for CCLaP and also this book wound up on my CCLaP best of 2011 listOkay let me start by saying that I have never been on 4chan I know what it is I know what it does and I know how it works

  2. says:

    so I have a good friend I've always thought of as a btard I don't know if he really is one but he's definitely a professional troll I know when people think about 4chan they think of child porn but it's so much than that I could tell you but then the review would have to be as long as this book

  3. says:

    The author works as an online journalist and he decides to break Rules 1 and 2 and talk about what goes on at 4chan I have to think that the title is an attempt at placating the denizens or to grab attention First he proceeds throug

  4. says:

    Kinda refreshing to read a book about 4chan from 2011 I believe it was published before pol was formed There was a time 4chan is known as Internet hate machine for the left not other way around against white supremacists animal abusers and ped

  5. says:

    Looking for a book as I was to explain internet culture to your mom? This will probably fit the bill Not a lot of new information to anyone who has spent any amount of time poking around the internet but then th

  6. says:

    I went into this book expecting an analysis and history of Anonymous the hacker group but the book focuses on a history of internet memes and how they arise primarily from 4chan Anonymous' home The book is a great walk down memory lane for anyone who's been on the Internet since at least the 90s reminding you that sites like Stile Project and Fark were places you used to love visiting It also reminds you of

  7. says:

    It's interesting no matter how much you think you keep up on this stuff there is still to learn Cole provides a great primer about Anonymous and 4Chan and a balanced fair portrayal of the communities behind it The history too is a good time A trip down memory lane BBSes The Well Usenet The good old days? Maybe Pretty timely book too considering all the activity this summer Cole manages to work in LulzSec and the events with Sony My main fe

  8. says:

    The problem with this book was that it was positioned and marketed as a look deep inside Anonymous Instead it was a primer on weird web culture for outsiders There's a place for that but that's not what I was looking for

  9. says:

    Well I picked this book up uite a few years ago now and finally read it It was not what I was expecting I thought it would be a historical look at the big take downs of Anonymous Instead it was a history of the social side of the internet I d

  10. says:

    Interesting read and study on the style of pseudo anonymity and the meme culture The churn of creativity and the freedom of being anonymous to a point here is when the moral compass is missing or miss tuned or tuned only to shock takes over and hence 4 chan is createdMost fun part the PDF of this book was and always is available as a torrent as the whole of 4chan got pissed off at the author

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Summary ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Cole Stryker

4chan is the Anti Facebook a site that radically encourages anonymity It spawned the hacktivist group Anonymous which famously defended WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by bringing down MasterCard's and Visa's Web sites Created by a 15 year old wunderkind in 2003 it is the creative force behind t. review originally written for CCLaP and also this book wound up on my CCLaP best of 2011 listOkay let me start by saying that I have never been on 4chan I know what it is I know what it does and I know how it works I ve just never felt compelled to actually slog through it But that doesn t mean I m not utterly fascinated by it and I certainly understand what an awesome in both senses cultural force it is and how it represents everything new and amazing and unpredictable about the times we re living in So of course I was super psyched to get this book for 4 at the Brooklyn Book Fair I m fairly close to the target demographic for it I know enough about memes and the web and new media that there were a few sections I glossed over but for the most par Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose year old wunderkind in 2003 it is the creative force behind t. review originally written for CCLaP and also this book wound up on my CCLaP best of 2011 listOkay let me start by saying that I have never been on 4chan I know what it is I know what it does and I know how it works I ve just never felt compelled to actually slog through it But that doesn t mean I m not utterly fascinated by it and I certainly understand what an awesome in both senses cultural force it is and how it represents everything new and amazing and unpredictable about the times we re living in So of course I was super psyched to get this book for 4 at the Brooklyn Book Fair I m fairly close to the target demographic for it I know enough about memes and the web and new media that there were a few sections I glossed over but for the most par

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Epic Win for Anonymous

Hable Whether examining the 4chan provoked Jessi Slaughter saga and how cyber bullying is part of our new reality or explaining how Sarah Palin's email account was leaked Epic Win proves 4chan's transformative cultural impact and how it has influenced and will continue to influence society at lar. Well I picked this book up uite a few years ago now and finally read it It was not what I was expecting I thought it would be a historical look at the big take downs of Anonymous Instead it was a history of the social side of the internet I didn t need that but it was interesting to realize how many sites I ve completely forgotten about over the years The book focussed a lot on 4chan which makes sense since this is where Anonymous congregates and organizes themselves Stryker finally got to covering some of Anonymous wins not so epic in the last tenth of the bookI feel stupid wasting 20 on the signed copy It really was a misleading sale The book uses very vile language and does not sensor what it is conveying from sites like 4chan save Matthews Choice years ago now and finally read it It was not what I was expecting I thought it would be a historical look at the big take downs of Anonymous Instead it was a history of the social side of the internet I didn t need that but it was interesting to realize how many sites I ve completely forgotten about over the The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, years The book focussed a lot on 4chan which makes sense since this is where Anonymous congregates and organizes themselves Stryker finally got to covering some of Anonymous wins not so epic in the last tenth of the bookI feel stupid wasting 20 on the signed copy It really was a misleading sale The book uses very vile language and does not sensor what it is conveying from sites like 4chan save

Summary ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Cole Stryker

He Web's most infectious memes and catchphrases Wired Today it has over 12 million monthly users with enormous social influence to match Epic Win is the first book to tell 4chan's story Longtime blogger and 4chan expert Cole Stryker writes with a voice that is engrossingly informative and approac. Looking for a book as I was to explain internet culture to your mom This will probably fit the bill Not a lot of new information to anyone who has spent any amount of time poking around the internet but then that s not why I picked it up I ve seen some valid criticism of this book floating around large chunks seem cut and pasted there is little original content and there is something sort of inherently shitty about someone taking a bunch of free not for profit content generated by others compressing it into a book and selling it If it s any consolation a book project like this small print run mid range publisher is not exactly a fast track to fortune It ll probably keep Stryker in tacos for a year if he s lucky And despite the opportunistic nature