My autobiography, Hacker Cracker


Since my old blog is down, here is a repost of my autobiography
published in 2002 by HarperCollins. Totally unbiased family members
have told me its a really great book. Others with a obviously vested
interest like the Boston Globe and Wired Magazine have also said good

You can get it from Amazon USA here:

From Amazon Japan here:

If you know me but have never read the book you maybe surprised by
some of what’s inside. People who have absolutely no interest in
computers may be bored by the computer related stories sprinkled
throughout the book. Otherwise its a page turner. 😉

  3 comments for “My autobiography, Hacker Cracker

  1. Brandon_Connell
    April 28, 2010 at 12:16 am

    I read this awhile back. It was a great book. Definitely a page turner.

  2. edmundas
    June 18, 2010 at 2:12 am

    Hey Ejovi Nuwere. My name is Edmundas Daunoras and I am a student member of MOUSE Corps. I recently read your book, “Hacker Cracker”, and I must say it was one of the best books I have read in my entire life. I have passion for computers and technology, more specifically open-source, networking and security. Just by reading the prologue I was addicted to the book. Everything was written very detailed and it sounded a little fiction, but what made it more amazing was the fact that it was true. I was truly inspired by your story to work as hard as I can even though sometimes the surroundings tell me otherwise and you’ll definitely be the person who will remind me that having some sort of super powers to overcome obstacles in life is not science-fiction. Meredith Summs (program manager) told me a have a chance of hearing from you and even meeting you. That made me extremely excited and I can’t wait to hear from you. If you have time, I would really appreciate a respond. My e-mail is Have a wonderful day (it’s 10:09PM in NYC) and have fun in Japan. Sincerely, Edmundas Daunoras (Eddy)

  3. ninazski
    January 19, 2011 at 2:39 am

    i read your book like four years ago and it was great i think…im not of an IT person but i think your book is somehow interesting..good job ejovi!

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