In a moment of ignorance suddenly finding itself under a bright light, I came to know that I had not thought long enough about how conversations across space and time would manifest. Writing a letter? How very librarian. Very personal and filled with intent--yes. What about 'real-time' conversation? 

Design and manufacture a machine that extracts our conversation from the Universal Library Algorithm across any space and any time, then talk through the machine and hear our replies. Converse. Now that is something to be manifest. How did my ignorance see light? The death of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, a fictional avatar, and the subsequent discovery of his bones still sitting in a library by a fraternal brother hundreds of years later.

Of course! How foolish I was to think of opportunities for conversation so narrowly.

Quite Literally Yours,

The Librarian

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