New Yorker – “How do you make pulling an all-nighter in the library on a Friday—the stuff of collegiate nightmares—an appealing prospect? Host an interactive scavenger hunt and set it at the New York Public Library. “Find the Future” was part of the library’s centennial celebration, and it brought together five hundred bright-eyed book lovers at 7 P.M. on Friday evening and released them, bleary-eyed, around 5 A.M. the following morning. In the hours between, artifacts were discovered, powers were unleashed, secret messages from the future were intercepted, and a book was written.”

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