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22r and the printed pamphlet, STC 864, fol. A2v. Abbreviations have been silently expanded and small contradictions smoothed for sense. In addition to these manuscripts and printed books, there may be at least one other copy in manuscript, though it is not included here: William Forster Lloyd printed a late fifteenth-century copy from what appears to be a legal collection in manuscript at the Bodleian Library, although he gave no shelfmark and I have not been able to identify the copy. See Wil- KATHLEEN E.

1500, ed. Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, with Carolyn Collette, Maryanne Kowaleski, Linne Mooney, Ad Putter and David Trotter (York: University of York Press, 2009), 363 [363–372]. 32 As Coleman makes clear, any such distillation is contested; however, she also admits that statements of hacker ethics do share a “common core” (Coding Freedom, 18). 17 18 MEDIEVAL HACKERS source software as we might today. 33 This section of the chapter will introduce each of these terms. I am struck by the emphasis computer hackers place on an information commons as necessary to cultural development, since in the Middle Ages manuscript culture was a profound information commons.

KENNEDY a political philosophy based on the commons as neither public nor private. 43 Those social networks are fundamental to hacker culture and medieval information culture alike. ”44 As we will see in Chapters 3 and 4, the Bible already existed when the fourteenth-century Wycliffite translators and the sixteenth-century Lutheran translators approached it. In translating it, they modified the Bible by “recombining” it with other languages, or “pieces of code from elsewhere,” and they used the resulting vernacular Bible to “scratch their spiritual itch” for scripture in English.

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