Author: Brian Leibowitz '82 Produced By: MIT Museum Originally Published: 1990.
Author: Brian Leibowitz '82 Produced By: MIT Museum Originally Published: 1990. Front Cover: Back: The Journal of the Institute for Hacks, TomFoolery, and Pranks at MIT journals MIT hacks, pranks, and humor from the late 1800's up through early 1989. This is the primary collection of documentation on MIT hacks which is widely distrubted. It has been replaced by Nightwork, which combines J. IHTFP with "Is This The Way To Baker House?".
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Leibowitz served as the MIT Museum Hack archivist from 1984 to 1991. NOTE: After three printings, the Journal of IHTFP is now out of print. It has been replaced by Nightwork: A History of Hacks and Pranks at MIT, which combines J.
Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. 1990, The MIT Museum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Journal of the Institute for Hacks, Tomfoolery & Pranks at MIT. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Paperback in English.
Best book on IHTFP hacks, a must for those interested in this peculiar tradition at MI. This book does a great job showcasing the rich history of MIT hacks. Photo after glossy photo shows the clever and unbelievable things students have done.
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by Brian M. Leibowitz. Illustrated with historic photographs. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780917027031. Release Date:January 1990.
Bibliographic Details. Title: the journal of the institute for hacks. If book is not as described you may return it for a refund within 30 days. Sam Briggs dba Bingo Books 2 13016 NE 37th Court Vancouver, WA 98686 [email protected] Publisher: mit. Publication Date: 1990. Book Condition: Near Fine. Synopsis: Illustrated with historic photographs.
Nightwork combines The Journal of the Institute for Hacks, TomFoolery, and Pranks at MIT (J. IHTFP) with Is This The Way To Baker House? and new . Book overview at MIT Press. The Best of the IHTFP Hack Gallery. Categories : 2011 non-fiction books. IHTFP) with Is This The Way To Baker House? and new elements. The "author" of Nightwork is listed as "Institute Historian T. F. Peterson", which is a reference to the MIT cultural acronym IHTFP. Campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Hacks at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Roof and tunnel hacking. Popular culture books. Massachusetts Institute of Technology student life.
Life and culture: Hacks, tomfoolery & pranks. Brute force is the last resort of the incompetent. At MIT, hacks are performed by students who safely and stealthily execute campus pranks according to an informal code of ethics. These ethics, loosely stated, assert that hacks must do no damage to property or any person, must be safe, and must provide joy or amusement to those who experience the hack. At MIT, hacking refers to more than breaking into computer systems. Above all, exercise common sense.