Trust that little voice in your head that says “Wouldn’t it be interesting if. . . .” And then do it.
Hacking is more than just manipulating computers. As phone phreakers discovered in their quest to control the telephone system, hacking can be performed on anything, and as you’ll soon see, people have been hacking in a variety of ways for years. Hacking involves studying a system to see how it works, playing with the system to see how to control it, and then manipulating the system to put it under your control.
Perhaps the oldest form of hacking is social engineering, which involves using people to get what you want. Unlike con games ...