[Techtalk] [off-topic] Female hackers?
thesunlover2 at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 8 17:43:18 EST 2001
Would you please help me asnwer the following question my friend asked me?
"Do you know if there is a way to find out what is the speed of network
connection of my workstation (Win 2000 and Linux)? also for all other
workstations at company? Reply to me ASAP."
Agents in U.S. & Canada are welcomed!
>From: "Raven, corporate courtesan" <raven at oneeyedcrow.net>
>Reply-To: raven at oneeyedcrow.net
>To: techtalk at linuxchix.simegen.com
>Subject: [Techtalk] [off-topic] Female hackers?
>Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2001 13:41:48 -0400
> Off topic, I know. My apologies -- but this is the best source
>of female technical talent I could think of.
> After my speech at DefCon 9, I was interviewed by several
>reporters, including one from the San Jose Mercury-News. She's doing
>an article on female programmers and hackers, and asked me if I knew any
>women that considered themselves hackers, in either the "interested in
>systems/programmer" Jargon File sense, or in the "script kiddie, haha, I
>own3d joo" sense. Any of the former that would like to talk to the
>press and represent female coders, please drop me an e-mail at
>raven at oneeyedcrow.net -- thanks.
>"Hey, do you know how to kill people? I've been experimenting with
> Louis, and I can't seem to get it right."
> -- me to Smitty, regarding the kill function on the mush. Only
> later did I realize how that must have sounded.
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