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Hackers placed a large yellow crank on the side of the Media Lab on Sunday, in the style of the crank that powers the "One Laptop Per Child" laptops that were developed at the lab. Smaller cranks were "installed" on various objects across campus. According to the hackers, between ninety and one hundred of the smaller cranks were deployed.
Robert C. Gens
Hackers placed a large yellow crank on the side of the Media Lab on Sunday, in the style of the crank that powers the "One Laptop Per Child" laptops that were developed at the lab. Smaller cranks were "installed" on various objects across campus. According to the hackers, between ninety and one hundred of the smaller cranks were deployed.