As part of the New York Philharmonic’s celebration of its 15,000th concert last week, the orchestra commissioned a photographer to take a 360° picture to commemorate the occasion. Since this is the 21st Century, it isn’t just a static photograph, prominently featuring the musicians, with a vast sea of blurry listeners in the rearground—it’s interactive! And zoomable! Which makes it a sort of “Where’s Waldo?” for The L: what better way to kill time at work today than to try and find me in that sea? For a hint, a zoomed-in screen shot of what you’re looking for is to your left.