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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- Gaslight through the smog 3
- One year in Stockholm 2
- No mateship for Manning 2
- Every three years, like clockwork 1
- Tea and Crackers 3
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One year ago:
2018/12/31As 2018 comes to an end, here is once again my list of records of the past year: Belle & Sebastian — How To Solve Our Human Problems This year brought another Belle &
Two years ago:
2017/12/312017 is almost over, and so, here are my records of the year: Alvvays - Antisocialites ( BandCamp ) The Canadian indiepop band's follow-up to their self-titled album turns up the polish, sounding in
Five years ago:
2015/2/16My impressions of the new Belle & Sebastian album: The disco/club/EDM direction. It's not all over the album, but in enough places (and lurking in the background elsewhere; i.e., the subtle pumping
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