This edition covers content promoted between 11 and 17 November 2012.
A new featured picture showing the home of American singer Barbra Streisand; the attempts to suppress photographs like this only to make them more widespread later became known as the Streisand effect.
Anne Hutchinson (nom) by Sarnold17. Hutchinson (1591–1643) was a Puritan woman and spiritual adviser. Her convictions, at odds with the established Puritan clergy in her area, helped create the Antinomian Controversy in the colony and led to Hutchinson's banishment with several of her followers. She is considered a key figure in the study of the development of religious freedom in the American colonies and the history of women in ministry.
Sinistar: Unleashed (nom) by Hahc21. Sinistar: Unleashed is a 1999 action space shooter video game developed for Microsoft Windows by GameFX. Players attempt to destroy Sinistars, large bio-mechanical machines, by using a variety of starships. The game received mixed reception, with critics praising its graphics but criticising the repetitive gameplay and bosses.
Dudley Clarke (nom) by ErrantX. Clarke (1899–1974) was an officer in the British Army, known as a pioneer of military deception operations during the Second World War. He was instrumental in establishing the British Commandos, the Special Air Service and the US Rangers and known for combining fictional orders of battle, visual deception and double agents.
"Terms of Endearment" (The X-Files) (nom) by Bruce Campbell. "Terms of Endearment" is a 1999 episode of the American science fiction television series The X-Files. In a plot inspired by Rosemary's Baby, the episode follows Agents Mulder and Scully as they investigate a report of a demon stealing an unborn baby from its mother's womb. It received mixed critical reception, although the performance by Bruce Campbell was widely praised.
Frank's Cock (nom) by Crisco 1492. Frank's Cock is a 1993 short film by Canadian director Mike Hoolboom. It stars Callum Keith Rennie as an unnamed narrator who discusses his relationship with his partner, Frank, who is dying of AIDS. Featuring a split-screen effect meant to visualise the fragmentation caused by the virus, Frank's Cock won several awards, including the NFB–John Spotton Award for Best Canadian Short Film.
HMS Argus (I49) (nom) by Sturmvogel 66. Argus, constructed from an ocean liner, was a British aircraft carrier that served from 1918 to 1944. Initially top heavy, she was used to test innovations before serving on the China Station. During World War II she spent two years ferrying aircraft before being pressed into service and seeing combat near Malta and French North Africa. She was scrapped in 1947.
Stanley Savige (nom) by Hawkeye7. Savige (1890–1954) was an Australian Army soldier and officer. He was commissioned after seeing action during the Gallipoli Campaign of the First World War, later receiving recognition for his acts of bravery. In the Second World War he saw action on four continents, eventually rising to the rank of lieutenant general. Savige, popular with his men, was controversial among officers.
Streisand effect (nom; related article), created by Kenneth and Gabrielle Adelman and nominated by Peter Weis. The Streisand effect is a phenomenon in which attempts to hide or remove information unintentionally publicise it further. It is named after Barbara Streisand's attempt to suppress photographs of her residence.