Monday, January 11, 2010

As Cassandra said when she sent me the link, it's rather terrifying that there's even a need for a National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. But there is, and it's today.

In a rather lighter vein, tomorrow is World's Fair Use Day, and we should all make something interesting on that day out of fair use materials, I think.

An examination of Sherlock Holmes throughout the ages concludes that he is immortal and indestructible. The article also mentions Young Sherlock Holmes and uses the word "steampunky," which delights me no end.

The negatives documenting the years of Andy Warhol's Factory group are missing. Check your garbage bins and storage shelves!

As winter goes crazy in the U.S. and Europe, the Guardian studies the use of snow in art. Neat stuff, even if you don't like winter weather.

And finally, the "Uncensored Bible" details some awfully risque behavior by some holy personae in the best-selling book of all time.

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