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On January 12, 2006, Dave Gorman, an English author and comic,1 posted a set of photographs on the photo-sharing website Flickr.2 The photographs were of street artist Eine’s alphabetical graffiti on store shutters. Gorman took the photographs over a period of several days while “cycling around the East End of London.”3 By October 11, 2007, the photographs had received over 150,000 views, numerous comments, and several links from external websites.4
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