A Day in the Life of MIT (ADITL) is a photographic collaboration seeking to tell the story of a single day at MIT through as many cameras as possible.
The idea is simple: on Sept. 24, 2009, you carry a digital camera with you for 24 hours (midnight to midnight) and photograph your day.
Document the world around you: shower tiles, secret classroom yawns, the way the light hits the student center steps, eight straight hours of staring at an emacs buffer, whatever it is you see in your day. Then upload your photos to aditl.mit.edu, where we will create a space to browse and view the collective day.
Register for the day right now at aditl.mit.edu. All members of the MIT Community are invited! ADITL is a project of Technique, the yearbook and photography club of MIT.