Caltech East!
Were it not for the campus police, Caltech would have converted MIT into our East Campus--a place for techers to study the humanities. Nevertheless, the website I made for Caltech's East campus can be found at

A mirror can be found on this server here.
Posted 11/30/2009 4:48:55pm
1. Fred wrote on 11/30/2009 5:55:06pm:
Perhaps you should leave stuff like this to the professionals.
2. MIT '12 wrote on 11/30/2009 5:58:40pm:
Yeah, the police... Props on that btw. It takes skill to get caught on a hack that easy. Also, students ran across your banners, but decided it wasn't worth the effort to move them.
3. Techer wrote on 11/30/2009 6:04:51pm:
Bummer! Wish I could have been there to help, maybe an extra couple hands would have made the difference... between a botched job, and just a crappy one. Oh well, hosting prank websites on Caltech's own servers is still pretty cool, I guess.
4. MIT 2013 wrote on 11/30/2009 6:06:09pm:
I feel it wasn't the campus police's fault that you were caught and that you're "hack" was such a fail. Btw its generally classier to remain anonymous when putting up a hack and I know that I would personally not want my name on this failure, but whatever.
5. MIT '13 wrote on 11/30/2009 6:15:54pm:
What a shame you guys didn't get an actually functional humanities school, though. It would have been interesting to see if we could teach a Caltech kid how to read.
6. MIT '12 wrote on 11/30/2009 6:23:47pm:
Yeah, discretion seems to have been pretty awfully lacking here. Now putting up a hack isn't simple by any means, but anonymity is a pretty basic element, for obvious reasons. Basically, next time you may want to do a little more research on the differences between hacking at MIT and hacking at Caltech.
7. Julian Panetta wrote on 11/30/2009 7:44:03pm:
Haha, wow--so much hate and condescension! Don't attack me; I'm just the web guy, and I never even got a chance to visit your school. In fact, I have yet to hear the details of our failure... Anyhow, hello to everyone on the east coast!
8. MIT '09 wrote on 11/30/2009 9:21:57pm:
Better luck next time. If you don't like the hate & condescension you're getting, try cutting the would-be condescension from your own would-be hacks. See also what we've done to Harvard: putting an "MIT" balloon at their 50-yard line or turning their statue into Halo's Master Chief. (OK, we did give the statue some bandages and an "ask me about my lobotomy" nametag after they lost really badly to Yale once. But you get my point.)
9. Julian Panetta wrote on 12/1/2009 12:08:46am:
I can assure you that no part of that website or newspaper was intended as anything more than a joke. Any condescension or malice you might have perceived is a regrettable misinterpretation. If we actually believed MIT to be an inferior institute, such articles would have been distasteful and would never have been written to begin with. I'm surprised, and rather doubt, anyone actually took it seriously.
10. Admiring MIT Girl wrote on 12/1/2009 6:30:35am:
Wow, did you make this website all by yourself? I want you so bad.
11. MIT wrote on 12/1/2009 9:21:03am:
It's not that we took it seriously. It's more that we see it as regrettable that so much work went into such a miserable fail. It's a little pitiful, actually. Like a sad puppy dog... ;) That said, the website does look pretty great.
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How is MITTT formed? How make hack?
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