MIT: Students by Day, Hackers by Night

A newly revised book celebrates MIT's illustrious tradition of hacks and pranks

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It may not take much imagination to see the three round windows of MIT’s Building E25 as a traffic light, but only engineering students would label them “Hack,” “Punt” (“to skip certain work because of competing demands,” Nightwork helpfully explains), and “Tool” (a person who grinds away at work).
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