The Null Device
This page is one of the most goth things I've ever seen... check out the sp00ky graphics.
Something amusing: Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Pirated MP3s. (Modern Humorist)
A less often heard side of the copyright wars is the issue of sites that (illegally) offer abandoned software, such as out-of-print games for obsolete computers. Some companies aggressively prosecute these sites; a few enlightened firms, though, make their 8-bit back-catalogue available for download by emulator buffs.
An interesting web page about the offshore pirate radio stations that operated off the coast of Britain in the 1960s. Includes the late Screaming Lord Sutch's efforts and the Principality of Sealand.
If you're wondering why this 'blog hasn't been updated quite so much over the past few days, it's mostly because things have been getting quite hectic at work, with deadlines approaching and other such stressful things.
Linus Torvalds, Larry "Perl" Wall defend copyright laws, speak out against Napster; millions of teenage penguinheads feel betrayed. (MSNBC)