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January 30, 2005

el angel caido (photos)
The city of Krakow is seeing a huge revival of Jewish culture. Thing is, there isn't a Jew to be found.
Walter Newton's comics and illustrations are worth a peek. more inside
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Parking Artist is another gallery of bad parking skills. (In German, but no matter) See also the gallery index and Artist of the Month.
Ground level election news from the people of Iraq more inside
American Journeys contains more than 18,000 pages of eyewitness accounts of North American exploration, from the sagas of Vikings in Canada in AD1000 to the diaries of mountain men in the Rockies 800 years later.
Symphonic House
Futurotica: Bored art student modifies everyday appliances in order to [Amplify] the ubiquitous and untapped mastarbatory fantasies found in everyday, off the shelf domestic items, as forms of technology that our bodies can relate to and interact with in unusual ways.
2004: The year in photographs as captured through the lenses of US Army photographers.
Regicide. On this day in 1649, the death warrant of Charles Stuart, King of England, Scotland and Ireland was served on a scaffold hastily erected in Whitehall. The event shook Europe and had profound constituional implications that were crucial in defining the polity of successive governments throughout the English-speaking world. For some Charles was to become a martyr, others have remembered the event with less reverence.
Trivial George Monkeys...if you've always thought you could pwn Alex Trabeck, now's your chance: Jeopardy! is taking names for contestant searches in Chicago, Houston, Madison, New York, Phoenix, Tampa, and Toronto. (Posted 'cos I always forget to see if I can sign up, so I would have appreciated a heads-up in years past...)
Surf Movie Posters
Former Minister HIV positive Chris Smith, the UK's Secretary of State for Culture from 1997 to 2001, and the country's first openly gay minister, tells the Sunday Times today that he has been HIV+ for seventeen years. It seems a very welcome openness, but how will it go down? What if it was a ex/minister from your country? Is it time for positive status to be, forgive me, rebranded?