In the autumn of 2015, the production of paper cards for library catalogs ceased.
GET WISE TO GET SMART Crime Reads
We Shot a Moose, Class. There Will Be a Quiz.New York Times
The worst technology of 2021 MIT Technology Review
McCaughey predicted that the lurid lime green and purple Picasso “will haunt Melbourne for the next 100 years”. His prediction turned out to be true – but for all the wrong reasons. In 1986, not long after excitedly introducing The Weeping Woman to the city, it went missing.
Marc Fennell investigates an art heist like no other. It's 1986 and Australia's most expensive painting has vanished from the National Gallery of Victoria. The only clues, a series of bizarre ransom notes and a city full of rumours. This is the true-crime story of Picasso's The Weeping Woman.
A Picasso has been stolen from the National Gallery of Victoria and the thieves want everyone to know about it. Who is behind these bizarre ransom notes and what have they done with the Weeping Woman?