How to Submit Information to the IHTFP Hack Gallery

The IHTFP Hack Gallery is always looking for information about hacks. If you have any information in addition to what you've seen in the IHTFP Hack Gallery, we'd love to hear from you.

Sending us Email

We have two email addresses for submissions: mail sent to this address will go to the people on the IHTFP Hack Gallery staff who normally receive and respond to email and is archived in a discuss meeting. mail sent to this address goes to a smaller number of people and is only privately archived by those people. Anything sent to this list will be kept in strict confidence.

You can send us mail via the World Wide Web.

If you need to send us snail mail, please contact us for an address.


Submitting materials to the IHTFP Hack Gallery implicitly gives consent for the IHTFP Hack Gallery to use electronic copies of those materials in the IHTFP Hack Gallery, and for the MIT Museum to keep copies of the materials in its files and use them in presentations on hacks and hacking at MIT. The person who submitted the original material retains all copyrights other than those described above unless that person chooses to give the copyright to the MIT Museum. See the copyright notice for details.

The IHTFP Hack Gallery thanks its contributors in advance for helping us catalogue some of the unique humor at MIT. We understand that your submissions may have a lot of sentimental value, and we will do all we can to treat them gently and return them to you promptly, provided that you enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. If you prefer, we can also make arrangements to scan your photograps, negatives, newspaper clippings or other materials in your presence.

If you need to contact us on urgent, serious matters, please contact the advisory board at