The Null Device

1999/10/27

Interesting piece on the effect of the proliferation of gadgets on clothing design. (CNN)

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80s bands on the 80s retro phenomenon, featuring the likes of Duran Duran and Depeche Mode. (CNN)

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Historical tourism: German hotel offers authentic Communist-era experience, complete with bureaucracy and border guards. (CNN)

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The Millennium Crisis: More millennarian Christian cultists arrested in Jerusalem. (CNN)

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More things that glow: UK academic team propose a genetically-engineered glowing Christmas tree. (BBC News)

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The world we live in: Models' eggs for sale on the Internet. (Lycos)

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NSA TEMPEST documents show: Uncle Sam can read your screen. (WIRED News)

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1999/10/26

Australian Internet censorship regime to use secret blacklists for filtering banned sites. (it.fairfax.com.au)

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Insightful Neil Gaiman Interview, touching on the Princess Mononoke translation, movies in production, the creative process, and some upcoming works. Coraline sounds most intriguing...

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New Sandman book, written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amaro, coming soon. (And it looks like Neil's aware of Slashdot.)

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Slashdot on women, part the 547th:

Understanding women is harder than figuring out the hardest computer game, harder even than setting up a secure 200-client network running *BSD. But women can offer more satisfaction than even an overclocked, dual-Celeron workstation, so learning how to deal with them is worth the extra effort.

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Only in America: The War In Heaven, an ultra-violent Christian-themed first-person shooting game about killing demons. (Slashdot, replete with slightly bozotic Katz commentary)

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