The Null Device
Future Music magazine now has a proper web site; and you can read gear reviews and artist features too. Sorted!
A letter I wrote was published in Salon today.
The latest chapter in Andrew Leonard's Free Software book contains an interesting history of BSD UNIX. (Salon)
Albury's Finest, the Kul Teng Funk Overdose now have some material up on mp3.com, with more to come.
Warren Ellis (not the musician) speculates about the apocalyptic truth behind retro. (Themestream)
During the late 1950s, the US military wanted to detonate a nuclear device on the moon, large enough to be seen from the earth, as a sign of their might: (Observer, via Slashdot)
'I made it clear at the time there would be a huge cost to science of destroying a pristine lunar environment, but the US Air Force were mainly concerned about how the nuclear explosion would play on earth,' said Reiffel.
Open Group moves towards open-sourcing Motif. Now it can come back, put those upstarts Qt and Gtk in their place and take its place at the centre of the Linux desktop. Until the Amiga comes back and takes over the world, that is...