The Null Device
Anti-globalisation hacktivists hijack Nike's website, pointing www.nike.com to the site of S-11, a group protesting the upcoming World Economic Forum. (WIRED News)
Abuse of cybersquatting laws: US court orders peta.org (People for Eating Tasty Animals), a parody of militant animal-rights group PETA to hand over their domain name to said group. (via Slashdot)
I started working on a piece of music on the weekend, and now have it at a stage where it's close to finished (I'll probably polish it up a bit more, and maybe extend it a little, but chances are it won't mutate too drastically). However, I have so far been unable to think of a good title for it. This is precisely because I do know what it's about; I have an image in my mind which inspired it, but I haven't quite been able to condense it into a title. Sometimes such pieces can be the hardest to name, because there are so many titles which do not sit well with them, and one cannot just look in one's Pilot and choose one at random from a big list of titles.
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