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Defiant Programming: The Culture of Easter Eggs and its Fandom
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Hacker’s Jargon File (2001, June 29). Retrieved, from the World Wide Web: http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/jargon/ Hall, S. (1997). Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices. London: Sage Publications. Jenkins, H. (1999, May 4,). Congressional Testimony on Media Violence. Retrieved, from the World Wide Web: http://media-in-transition.mit.edu/articles/dc.html King, N. (2001). Tales from the dark side - Programming part V: idiotic managers, long hours, and Oreos for dinner. computeruser.com. Klinger, B. (1984). ’Cinema/Ideology/Criticism’ Revisited: The Progressive Text. Screen, 25(1), 30-44. Krusl, I. (1994). Authorship Analysis: Identifying the Author of A Program (CSD-TR-94-030): Dept. of Computer Sciences, Purdue University. Mirror beats web googly. (2002). MX, pp. 7. Perigard, M. A. (2002, March 31). On DVD; Easter eggs hide film surprises. The Boston Herald. Pogue, D. (1998a, May). The 1998 Eggy Awards: the year’s funniest, cleverest and most entertaining Easter eggs. Macworld, 15, 170. Pogue, D. (1998b). The Great Macintosh Easter egg hunt. New York: Berkeley Books. Rotundo, E. A. (1993). American manhood : transformations in masculinity from the Revolution to the modern era. New York: BasicBooks. Rotundo, E. A. (1998). Boy Culture. In H. Jenkins (Ed.), The Children’s Culture Reader. New York: New York University Press.

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25
Hacker’s
Jargon
File (2001, June 29). Retrieved, from the World Wide Web:
http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/jargon/
Hall, S. (1997). Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying
Practices. London: Sage Publications.
Jenkins, H. (1999, May 4,). Congressional Testimony on Media Violence.
Retrieved, from the World Wide Web:
http://media-in-transition.mit.edu/articles/dc.html
King, N. (2001). Tales from the dark side - Programming part V: idiotic
managers, long hours, and Oreos for dinner. computeruser.com.
Klinger, B. (1984). ’Cinema/Ideology/Criticism’ Revisited: The Progressive Text.
Screen, 25(1), 30-44.
Krusl, I. (1994). Authorship Analysis: Identifying the Author of A Program
(CSD-TR-94-030): Dept. of Computer Sciences, Purdue University.
Mirror beats web googly. (2002). MX, pp. 7.
Perigard, M. A. (2002, March 31). On DVD; Easter eggs hide film surprises. The
Boston Herald.
Pogue, D. (1998a, May). The 1998 Eggy Awards: the year’s funniest, cleverest
and most entertaining Easter eggs. Macworld, 15, 170.
Pogue, D. (1998b). The Great Macintosh Easter egg hunt. New York: Berkeley
Books.
Rotundo, E. A. (1993). American manhood : transformations in masculinity from
the Revolution to the modern era. New York: BasicBooks.
Rotundo, E. A. (1998). Boy Culture. In H. Jenkins (Ed.), The Children’s Culture
Reader. New York: New York University Press.


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