The Null Device
District Device has a new track up, 5 signs of indecision. Quite a promising number too; a bit more approachable than his usual material.
Life imitates Transmetropolitan, with the birth of a two-headed kitten.
"I just advised [Pyatt] to feed both sides and chances are good for the kitten's survival," the vet said.
Unfortunately, it did not survive, though. (via Stumblings)
New blog of note: Stumblings in the dark, by Peter Hollo. Given Peter's range of interests, this will undoubtedly be a good one.
For some reason, I find the place name Glebe terribly amusing; why on Earth would anyone name a place after the fatty tissue around a chicken's tail anyway?
Looks like one of the Eazel developers has really naff taste in music. (JPEG)
Prop update: For those of you who are in Sydney, or will be on the 21st of June, Prop will be playing that night. They're well worth seeing. Check your local street press for details.
If you were wondering why this 'blog has not been updated much in the past few days, it is because I was away in Sydney. I caught the XPT train out on Saturday morning, arrived on Saturday evening and spent the next two days seeing the sights, and hanging out with my friend Peter. In the course of my travels, I picked up a number of books, took some photographs and saw a really good live band, Prop. I caught the train back on Monday evening, arriving in Melbourne on Tuesday morning.
backlit by the off-black screen
of the night-time sky.