The Null Device
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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.
The Null Device is maintained by acb, in his copious spare time.
This site makes no pretense of being objective and no guarantees of accuracy, reliability or posting frequency.
As this blog is produced in a facility that processes sarcasm, individual posts may contain traces of sarcasm.
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One year ago:
2015/10/26The Lego company has placed a worldwide ban on sales of bricks to the artist Ai Weiwei , on the grounds that they “cannot approve the use of Legos for political works”. Ai was planning to
Two years ago:
2014/10/21Gough Whitlam, that lion of the Australian Left who shook up a sleepy, conservative backwater and made it, for at least a few decades, into a modern, forward-looking player on the world stage, died yesterday, aged
Five years ago:
2011/10/24Yet another titan of computing has died; this time, John McCarthy , the artificial intelligence pioneer and inventor of the Lisp programming language. He was 84.
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