(c) 1995 Michael Hart
similar. I want yours. I want the one you have, even if I already have one or many.
3. Lust: I have to have it.
4. Anger: I will hurt you to insure that I have it, and and to insure that you do not have one.
5. Envy: I hate that you have one.
6. Greed: There is no end to how much I want, or to how little I want you to have in comparison.
7. Sloth: I am opposed to you moving up the ladder: it means that I will have to move up the ladder, to keep my position of lordship over you. If I have twice as much as you do, and you gain a rung, that means I can only regain my previous lordship by moving up two; it is far easier to knock you back a rung, or to prevent you from climbing at all.
Destruction is easier than construction.
This becomes even more obvious for the person who has a goal of being 10 or 100 times further up the ladder of success. . .given the old, and hopefully obsolete, or soon to be obsolete, definitions of
This, at least, does not fit the title : instead of a "historical" ebook, we have here a kind of lunatic, chaotic, vaguely militant and highly subjective not-to-be-written paper somehow talking about the internet.
Not the thing to download if you want a history of the internet, strating from Turing machine, military networks up to todays' networks.
based on basics