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Post-Groundhog Roundup

The AP photo and Fairey's image, via

Some bad news out of Punxsutawney. E-flux has found an interesting way of printing its new journal. Meanwhile the economic climate hasn't stopped everyone from expanding their collections. Tyler Green has more on the Rose Museum situation from last week. AFC has more here. In the interim we've learned more about who was actually investing with Madoff. From First Monday, an interesting study on wikipedia pages, and how they are constructed over time. Edward Winkleman has compiled all of his previous advice for artists seeking gallery representation. NPR has the scoop and how much additional funding for the arts is included in the stimulus package being debated in the senate at present. Carol Becker talks with the Brooklyn Rail here, and Shepard Fairey has recently drawn criticism for his unattributed use of AP photographs.