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The Null Device, being a stream of links and commentary on culture, technology, current events and whatever the author finds interesting.
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One year ago:
2020/12/31Once again, at the end of this plague year, it's time to recap the music that came out over the past twelve months and soundtracked the year's events, or lack thereof. And while this year
Two years ago:
2019/12/31It's the last day of 2019, and as such, here are the notable records of the past year: Article 54 — The Hustle ( BandCamp ) In Australia, the rolling political unpleasantness is
Five years ago:
2017/1/19As one of his final official acts, US President Obama has commuted the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning , the former intelligence analyst who leaked classified video of drone pilots massacring civilians, to time served. Now
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