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Personalities don't really change, but appearance does. Most "hoodie" hackers try to save the world, rather than destroy it.
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It's a prejudice branded by the media: Hoodie Hackers work at night. Always.
It might be true that most hackers tend to work on "hacking" hobbies after work, because the job keeps them busy. Hacking requires a degree of IT knowledge which in turn requires some intelligence. As a result, most hackers end up in a job that requires IT skill and keeps them busy over the day. The result: they run through a loop: sleep, work, hack, repeat.
But the content of that loop varies from person to person. While some try to keep the business running over the day, they start breaking stuff at night. Others are payed to break stuff over the day but help others fix things at night. The loop remains often the same, but it shifts over time and job. Professional criminals might break into networks over the day to hide their tracks. Developers might fix code over the day and exploit zero days at night. But they all must sleep.
1. Multiple evolution loops in tiers, shifted in time
2. Converging loops, where different personalities meet
Take existing photos and replace the main actor. Example: Replace the speaker in a board meeting with a hoodie hacker. Or: Replace all the hoodie hackers with business suits.
Inspired by the "human evolution" picture, where the human starts as an ape, stands straight in the middle and is hunched over a computer at the end.