by Emmanuel Quartey
From the Computing and the Arts email list:
Yale Hackers (Undergraduate Computing Club) is having a hackathon two weekends from now.
The theme of the hackathon is making life more efficient. How can you play into the laziness of Yale students? How could you automate your life?
We’ll have food, prizes and sponsorship from great potential employers, so it’ll be a lot of fun. The hackathon will run from noon Saturday, 2/18 to noon Sunday, 2/19. All students (undergrad and graduate) are invited to attend.
Please RSVP: http://www.doodle.com/p4rng64c3kx4f43h
We’ll have prizes for the best project, the most futuristic idea and interface, the project that saves the most time, and the best underclassmen team.
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