The Null Device


Just in time for St. Patrick's Day: green beer, and now green crack. That's what police in New Jersey seized. (APBNews)


New invention: anti-landmine platform boots. (BBC News)


The street finds its own uses for things: school bullying -- the killer application for mobile phones? (BBC News)


Righteous rant about the greying of rock'n'roll: (The Age)

ROCK is about urgency, vibrancy, the passion of youth. Trying to give it gravitas by bringing in a few violins and a bunch of 50yearold rockers way past their prime is such a betrayal of everything it once stood for that it beggars belief.
Can you imagine how awful Jimi Hendrix would sound nowadays if he hadn't choked on his own vomit back in the '60s? He'd be getting up on stage at the Colonial right now, alongside Lenny Kravitz and Whitney Houston.

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