self-contained document - please don’t print it.).
-<a href="human-hacking-field-guide-v2.rtf">Word RTF</a>.
<h4 id="version_2_hebrew">Hebrew Translation</h4>
-<a href="hebrew-v2.html">Translation to Hebrew</a> - by the author - work
+<a href="hebrew-v2.html">Translation to Hebrew</a> - by the author.
+<h2 id="see_also">See Also</h2>
+to start contributing to or using Open Source Sfotware</a> -a tutorial by
+me and some other people introducing people to the open source world. (Part of
+the <a href="http://teachingopensource.org/">Teaching Open Source</a>
+<a href="$(ROOT)/humour/Star-Trek/We-the-Living-Dead/">Star Trek:
+“We, the Living Dead”</a> - a screenplay for an original
+<i>Star Trek: Deep Space Nine</i> episode, which also predominantly features
+software hackerdom and female geeks.
+<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffy_the_Vampire_Slayer_%28TV_series%29">The <i>Buffy the Vampire Slayer</i> television series</a> - I believe the
+characters of Jennifer and Erisa in <i>The Human Hacking Field Guide</i>
+were heavily inspired by those of
+and <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faith_%28Buffy_the_Vampire_Slayer%29">Faith</a> from the television show.
+<a href="http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html">“How To Become
+A Hacker” by Eric Steven Raymond</a> - an insightful document, although
+somewhat too elitistic and patronising, which is featured, and criticised,
+in my story, and provided some inspiration for it. There is a lot of
+other very good documents on
+<a href="http://www.catb.org/esr/">Mr. Raymond’s site</a> and if you have
+the stomach to tolerate it <a href="http://esr.ibiblio.org/">his “Armed
+and Dangerous” blog</a>.