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.
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- The Corbyn ascendancy 1
- Time Cube 18
- A trifecta of the hubris of domination 1
- The Ladybird Book of the Policeman 1
- The Nokia 1100 scam 2
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One year ago:
2019/10/31As of today, I have lived in Stockholm for a year. A year ago, I arrived at Arlanda on a one-way flight from London, with two checked bags and carry-on luggage; I caught the train to
Two years ago:
2018/12/4To the surprise of exactly nobody, Australia’s Labor party agree to pass the mandatory encryption back-door bill , after the usual pantomime of token opposition. The bill will allow the government to demand technical measures to
Five years 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
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