First of all I thank C.I.R.C.E. without which this book does not would ever see the light. Many of the stories were born from our precious experiences around Italy and Europe with the formations of Pedagogy Hacker.

Many thanks to Francesca Da Rimini, my precious proof reader, who helped to give birth to this English edition. I also thank to Diane and Elizabeth for their help with the proof reading too.

I would like to thank my mother, first among our readers, for her constant support and for motivating us to include a section on “recreation”. Costanza and Fabio for their graphic look on the cover. Giovanni Boccaccio, and Aldo Busi’s translation, for general inspiration. Delia Langstone, for her “law and ordure” speech, ASN5, Loughborough. CasAnostra for hospitality. XM24 for recreation. Nicola, for opportunity; Edo, for support.

Finally, I would like to thank the machines free from the captivity of the domination, the sister machines without which neither I nor C.I.R.C.E. would have could give birth to this collection.

And, also, in order: markdown, GNU emacs, org-mode, SSH, and lola and pacha-pedro2, fourier font, nextcloud, etherpad, thunderbird, vulgo-FLOShare and all the humans who have contributed.