Greetings What’s Next readers! After my podcast last week with hacker-lawyer Alex Urbelis, I started reading The Hacker Crackdown and have been amazed that more than 25 years later, the book’s observations about our relationship to technology feel so on-point. “We do not really understand how to live in cyberspace yet,”author Bruce Sterling wrote in 1992. “We are feeling our way into it, blundering about.” (I think it’s safe to say we still are.)

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