The Null Device
I've finally managed to get the TheSpark personality test working. It seems the last page didn't emit the HTML form correctly (leaving out the submit button and </FORM> tag). I saved the HTML, hand-edited it and registered myself that way. Wonder why it didn't work, though; I tried it with Nyetscape 3/4 under Linux and MS Internet Exploiter on my sister's computer, but got the broken form in each case.
The makings of a leader: US President Clinton allegedly raped a 14-year-old girl at a cocaine party whilst Governor of Arkansas, while Presidential candidate George W. Bush, in his youth, put firecrackers into live frogs and blew them up, a childhood activity which forensic psychologists consider a common precursor to criminal violence.
Melbourne news: The National Trust is looking into listing Brunswick Street on its heritage register. No idea whether this will forestall the gentrification of the area, or if it would keep McDonalds from following 7-Eleven into the street. Though with our rulers being as puritanical and reactionary as they are, we're just as likely to see Brunswick St. (d)evolve into something like Singapore's Bugis St., where all the colourful and unsavoury elements have been removed and replaced with plastic tourist attractions and a mural of transsexual prostitutes from the olden days.