Bon Vivant, Hacker, Bon Vivant, Troublemaker
Fine. I guess you did. Then, why?
I see your point. Hmm, I’m going to assume you must have co-workers. What would they be surprised to learn about you?
Any mentors to speak of? This isn’t really going the way these interviews usually do…
Mentors? Are you kidding?
Let me try a different direction…were you a juvenile delinquent?
You might say that.
You know the business community despises you. Does anyone like you?
Any idea what you’ve cost businesses throughout the world?
Since I’m asking these questions— pointlessly it seems—for an insurance industry publication, I have to ask the obvious question: What about all the insurance companies that have to deal with your aftermath?
What do I care?
Well, they care.
And your point?
This is going nowhere quickly. How about this: Will you ever stop?
Will there ever be someone smarter than me?
Am I correct in assuming even though you accessed all our information, you’re not going to give up anything about yourself?
[He flashes a devilish grin.]
I’m going to try one last question. Anything, anything at all that you are willing to say to our readers? Everyone else tells us what gives them their leader’s edge in this industry. How about you?
I have the power to take it all away.
YOU. HAVE. BEEN. HACKED.
THE ANONYMOUS FILE
Age: It’s my secret
Hometown: Private information
Family: Millions of children, ages 10-99
Last Book Read: Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous (“A real page-turner!”)
Wheels: Aeron chair by Herman Miller (“Considering the hours I spend in it, I demand the best.”)