Polite hackers kick it in Korea

Friday, 17 November 2006, 4:13 PM EST

The first international hacker conference held in this most wired of nations would never be confused with its Western forebears. Instead of jeans and T-shirts with clever slogans, attendees wore button-down shirts and pleated slacks while listening quietly and attentively to speakers dressed in suits. There were few jokes, no interruptions and not a drinking game in sight.

At Wired.

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