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- If you're a member of the MIT community, you should read André
assessment for the MIT Card.
- If you administer a Unix system at MIT (even if it's a PC that
only occasionally runs a Unix system such as Linux or NetBSD) you
should read some new information about
security so that your system isn't compromised by intruders.
- The MIT FL&L
Foreign News and Magazines Page contains over 600 links to news sources
in 8 foreign languages.
- The MIT Hack
Gallery. Your favorite hacks are here, from the CP Car on the Dome, to
the Cathedral of Our Lady of the All-Night Tool.
- LSC has movie schedules and other
- The MIT Events Calendar.
- MIT is currently helping to establish a
Boston Area gigaPoP.
As of October 1997, Internet traffic from MIT to
Harvard is using part of the
- The MIT Media Lab
- Useful info for Cambridge
- Companies started by MIT people. The
list is too short, so if you are MIT-community and own a company, submit
- XEvil, a blood-n-guts game for
UNIX boxes, is available here. Hey, the more UNIX games in the world, the
- Hey, rei's good old html
Choose-Your-Own-Adventure-like game "The CyberMUD". Give it a shot
sometime. It's well over a year old. It must be a classic!
- Matthew Gray and various SIPB members present: StoryFun!
- Playbill On-Line's Theatre
Central page, originally developed by
Andrew Q. Kraft.
"Anything and everything that you could ever imagine in
the world of theatre on the Web is here," says enthusiastic creator.
Tech Classics Archive. Hey, classics can be fun (like when you're
punting your 8.05 problem set). Everything from the Iliad to Herodotus'
- Some people want to make science fun... These people want to make
- Edupage, a column on
information technology provided by a consortium of leading colleges and