New use for libraries: Advertise your “time-travel” convention

This one from the New York Times. Amal Dorai, a graduate student at MIT, is organizing a time-travelers convention (as he points out, you only need one…ever.) He had this idea for promoting the event:

At first, Mr. Dorai urged people to publicize the event with methods likely to last. “Write the details down on a piece of acid-free paper,” he directed, “and slip them into obscure books in academic libraries!”

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