IT’S ABOUT 20 years since a how-to computer book called The Hacker’s Handbook hit the bookstores. At the time, everyone knew that the author, Hugo Cornwall, was a skinny teen with a bad complexion and worse social skills who lived in a bedsit filled with half-empty pizza boxes. The journalist from the Sunday Times who went to meet him was sure of it.
And instead she found…a somewhat older guy living in a moderately prosperous middle-class house full of books. His real name: Peter Sommer.
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