Hackers at MIT playing Tetris on the Green Building

Monday, April 23, 2012

Back when I was at MIT, students used to pull hacks (practical pranks) all the time. They set a police car on the dome of MIT in 1994. They dressed the dome up to be R2-D2 from Star Wars in 1999. Now, they are playing Tetris (in color) on the Green Building.


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