Rogue Agent! The One City One Book 2013 Scavenger Hunt

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A rogue government operative has a plan that will jeopardize the privacy of all citizens, and it's up to you and your team to help stop him/her before time runs out! 

Scour the Library and the streets of San Francisco to solve clues, crack codes, and help bring the perpetrator to justice in this information-based scavenger hunt based on Cory Doctorow's Little Brother

Assemble a crack team of puzzle solvers, and bring your wits, a spirit of adventure, and your best walking shoes. The One City One Book Hunt is FREE, but you must register your team online before Friday, September 13 in order to play.

Find more information and register your team in advance here:

http://www.mastermindhunts.com/one-city-one-book

• The hunt takes place in the San Francisco Public Library, the area surrounding City Hall/UN Plaza, and parts of The Mission District. Players may use any form of transportation, but we suggest BART or Muni.

• Each team should have at least one internet enabled device equipped with a QR Code scanning app like this one for iphone, or this one for Android devices.

• Hunt check-in begins at 1:00 on the library steps on Larkin Street, near the corner of Grove. The hunt will start at 2:00, and end in The Mission at 5:30.

One City One Book is San Francisco's citywide book club.
In 2014, we're reading Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin.
Find out more at: One City One Book.

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