A carbon copy of the original Schindler's List, discovered on April 7, 2009 in Sydney, Australia. (Sergio Dionisio/Getty Images)

• Afghan poet Matiullah Turab repairs caravan trucks in a garage by day, and articulates the frustration of many of his fellow countrymen by night. [NYT]

• Someone bought a letter written by Oskar Schindler, as well as construction plans of Schindler’s Krakow munitions factory, for more than $122,000 at auction. [Arts Beat]

• A Palestinian IT researcher found a glitch on Facebook that allows users to post on the walls of other users they’re not friends with—and posted the news directly on Mark Zuckerberg’s wall after the social networking giant ignored his tip. They thanked him, and temporarily disabled his Facebook account. [Venture Beat]

• Solomon Schechter School of the Raritan Valley in East Brunswick, N.J. announced its closure, three weeks before classes were supposed to start, due to financial troubles. [Forward]

• Bernie Madoff’s former duplex penthouse is back on the market for $17.25 million. Do with that information what you will. [Curbed]