Not so TekSavvy? Do you like monkeys?

What you watch is being watched…

An Globe and Mail article that details a Canadian case where a Federal Court required ISP TekSavvy to turnover the name and addresses of customers suspected of illegally downloading movies.

Information about Canipreā€”a Montreal based anti-piracy firm that may have been monitoring your downloads.Canipre’s website, thier tag line? You audience isn’t rational; have you put systems in place. (Woah).

And, on a happier note–here is a list of interesting academic archives where you can look and download awesome content, legally, for free.

Ask the Past: How to Tell if Someone is Dead or Not Dead

Monkeys in the Margins: The Getty Museum’s Pinterest page all about, (I’m not making this up-the interweb can be an awesome place) mischievous monkeys in Medieval manuscripts. Try saying that five times fast.

Miniature Mondays from the Special Collections and Archives at the University of Iowa. Wee books!

Early Modern books and Manuscript collection at Harvard University. Books bound in human skin.