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"Behind every great fortune, there lies a great crime" (Chapter 5, pg. 41.)

"Since high school, it could be observed, his [Mark] thoughts had always seemed clearer when he let them come out through his hands. To an outside observer, the relationship he had with his computer seemed much smoother than any relationship he'd ever had with anyone in the outside world" (Chapter 5, pg. 42.)

"I almost want to put some of these faces next to pictures of farm animals and have people vote on which is more attractive" (Chapter 5, pg. 43.)

"During the ad-board meeting, he'd readily admitted his guilt in terms of hacking—but he's also pointed out that his actions had illuminated some serious security flaws in the university's computer system. His stunt had a silver ling, he'd argued, and he'd readily volunteered to help the houses fix up the flaws in their systems" (Chapter 9, pg. 65.)

"Certainly, Mark saw...

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