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Hacktivism

Why a GitHub repo?

Igor Vamos taught this course before and used to post the syllabus as an editable Google Doc. I like the spirit of that, but I feel more at home in a text editor, and I'd like for the class to get familiar with GitHub as a site of where Hacktivism can happen.

Hacktivism vs. Hactivism

The course seems to be listed in the RPI catalog as Hactivism (no K) and I like to spell it Hacktivism (with a K). I'm going to stick with my spelling, but I thought I'd call it out here.

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