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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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2021/5/8The results are mostly in on this Thursday's round of elections across the UK, but the dust is yet to settle. A big upset was Labour losing a byelection in Hartlepool, giving the Tories the seat
Two years ago:
2020/4/28My name is Andrew, and until now, I have never watched Twin Peaks. I had seen, and enjoyed, various of David Lynch's films ( Lost Highway in particular made an impact on me at the time
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2017/5/13The Eurovision final is once again upon us, this time from Kiev. The Ukrainians are making the most of their geopolitical situation, from the slogan, “Celebrate Diversity”, with its dig against its enemy's homophobia. Russia is,
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