As a follow-up to yesterday's post, part of the fun of Wired's Mystery ish was the plethora of hidden games, codes, Easter Eggs et al buried within the mag's 138 dense pages.
The New York Times did a great job summarizing the hidden extras, and Steven Bevacqua did an even better job as the first person to successfully crack the code and solve the mag's most extensive puzzle.
But Easter Eggs aren't new...in fact, one of my favorite books of all time has one that very few people know about.
Until Monday...where we crack the egg's shell in public for the first time.
Have a great weekend, and see you back here bright and early on May 4!