It had been quite a while since I looked at MIT’s online Hack Gallery. But now, I look, and I notice that while they aren’t completely up to date, they’ve made a lot of updates to the timeline, and to the writeups for some of the hacks, since the last time I went to the site. Well done, folks!
Poll of my readers: What’s your favorite MIT hack? I know it’s awesome, but please don’t everybody say the taking of Caltech’s Fleming Cannon. I have a fondness for, among others, the Wright Flyer, which happened during my freshman year.
Other hack-related entries on my blog include:
I feel the need, the need for speed! (mostly about Six Flags New England, but also has pictures of the Harry Potter-esque lightning bolt scar on the Great Dome)
Hacks and meta-hacks (an MIT map gets modified to include the locations of famous hacks)
MIT wins the gold (when the Great Dome won an Olympic gold medal)
MIT hacks Caltech (the cannon)
This was meant to be written a week and a half ago (about when Caltech’s Fleming House came for the cannon)