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Humanitarian Crisis
era group score: 20023
total group score: 66551
total players: 103

Tasks / The Permanent Collection

Surreptitiously place a book of your creation into a public library, such that it will likely be mistaken for part of its collection.

1 to 6 players
15 points
Level 1
In the zone of: Humanitarian Crisis
Created by Dax Tran-Caffee

Terms: library

10 completed :: 79 in progress
Interested in collaborating on this: (no one yet!)


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posted by Dax Tran-Caffee on February 23rd, 2008 9:13 PM

This task inspired by:

Temporary Services' Library Project.

(no subject)
posted by Picø ҉ ØwO on March 24th, 2010 12:54 PM

I plan on doing this. As I am a librarian, I can probably even manage to barcode the thing and link it to some sort of made-up record in the library's catalog.


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The Permanent Collection by ge[off] February 23rd, 2008 4:59 PM

2 in 1 task!!!!!!!!! You can't beat this. This is awesome. I took THE PERMANENT COLLECTION and A REAL LIFE SECRET EGG and combined the two. The plan revolved around me taking a Pysanky egg that I created and hiding it inside of a book on Psysanky ...

15 + 248 points :: 8 comments :: 51 votes
The Permanent Collection by Pip Estrelle October 20th, 2008 9:26 PM

I really like libraries, because I really like books and if I had to buy all the books I read in a typical month, I'd be completely broke inside of a year. Unfortunately for libraries, I have a pretty terrible memory as well as a voracious lust ...

15 + 108 points :: 14 comments :: 26 votes
The Permanent Collection by The Animus March 24th, 2008 11:02 PM

Music for you. Comment vote to whoever can recognize it. Given my book, it should be fairly easy to pick out. Speaking of picking, I apologize for the scratchiness of the end. The biggest problem of this task was finding a book. Being a youngin', a...

15 + 95 points :: 5 comments :: 19 votes
The Permanent Collection by Francis Worthing October 16th, 2008 12:27 PM

Letters, as the least efficient, least practical, and least used, are also my favorite form of communication. There is something deeply personal and deeply pleasing about opening an envelope addressed to you, sort of like opening a present, or a very...

15 + 82 points :: 10 comments :: 24 votes

Extremely Limited Edition Click each of the photos and read the caption to consume this praxus.

15 + 81 points :: 9 comments :: 18 votes
The Permanent Collection by El Neil September 17th, 2008 9:15 AM

okay, bear in mind i did this with limited resources. 2 x a4 refill pad glue stick wrapping paper (as subtle as possible) stapler scissors, pen, sellotape and computer (not shown) 2 x beer glue and staple a4 refill pads together so they open th...

15 + 44 points :: 2 comments :: 9 votes
The Permanent Collection by Maggie December 2nd, 2008 4:16 PM

This was a fun challenge because I got to be creative and make a book. I took this old blank journal that I had laying around from probably my wedding or something. It had a pretty cheesy cover, and I had never really used it. So I decided I would pa...

15 + 42 points :: 9 comments :: 11 votes
The Permanent Collection by visivo February 13th, 2009 7:44 PM

I've been working on this task for months in my brain. Years, even, if you count childhood anguish. So close is this to my heart that I knew instantly upon reading it what I had to do. I had to right my wrongdoing, and return the book I had stolen f...

15 + 41 points :: 1 comment :: 10 votes
The Permanent Collection by Von Guard May 26th, 2009 8:48 PM

I must say, this is a terrible one. You disappointed me.

15 + 2 points :: 1 comment :: 1 vote
The Permanent Collection by Belacqua October 1st, 2014 7:20 PM

This was one of the hardest tasks I've had to do since it involves something very dear to my heart. But let's start with the setting. On a long walk one day I discovered this little treasure. On the side of the road stood what looks like a mix betw...

15 points :: 0 comments :: 0 votes