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Engineering a minuscule treat

How one ice-cream-loving MIT graduate student invented the perfect cool dessert

By Jill Santopietro
Globe Correspondent / June 9, 2004

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CAMBRIDGE -- While he was an engineering graduate student at MIT, Kevin Brown installed a larger-than-life sound system at Toscanini Ice Cream's former location in Kendall Square. In exchange, owner Gus Rancatore gave the ice-cream-loving regular a "Free Anything Card." It meant, essentially, free ice cream for life. (Full Article: 619 Words)

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