NY TIMES: "For those interested in computer history, 'Ghost in the Wires' is a nostalgia trip to the quaint old days before hacking (and hackers) turned so malicious and financially motivated. Unlike computer criminals today, (hacker Kevin) Mitnick ignored the credit card numbers he stumbled across in his pursuit of code. He writes: 'Anyone who loves to play chess knows that it’s enough to defeat your opponent. You don’t have to loot his kingdom or seize his assets to make it worthwhile.' He summed up his personal motive to the former Wall Street trader Ivan Boesky when they were both in prison: 'I didn’t do it for the money; I did it for the entertainment.'"