You've stumbled upon the Thranpages; home of idiosyncratic variety and curiosity.
The personal website may be dead to most, but I'm on a singular mission to bring it back.
Fun things: Flegger
A naughty script delivers payback to some Facebook scammers. A story featuring Perl, great justice and many copypastas.
Closing the year, some lessons I wish I could share with my younger self. Featuring loose references to Greek and English philosophers.
Were I to try describing the Christian religion's impact on the world, and especially the western world, I would immediately find myself out of my depth. Criticising an ancient belief system with roots in the earliest memories of mankind invites humility. Still, here I go.
Suspended from Twitter for speaking my mind to cryptocurrency scammers.
The new Sainsbury's slogan is dishonest and condescending.
Visiting Galway and a report from the Pavement concert on the 24th July 2023 at the Galway International Arts Festival.
The Web Environment Integrity proposal from Google is a serious threat to user choice and privacy on the Web; it must be stopped. Add this banner to your website that informs Google chrome users of the dangers and urges them to switch to a browser that better respects the open web.
Why isn't it possible to browse the mobile Internet while maintaining our dignity?
A solemn occasion is sullied by children's entertainers, only for the new King to have his revenge.
These habits of spoken English need their farewells said.
An attempt to retrieve my bank balance did not go to plan.
This film is much more moving than you might expect, so here is an examination of how Scott Pilgrim vs the World can rock the soul. You might come to this film for the well-crafted visuals, or simply because you saw it on a 'must-see cult film list'. But beyond the humour, the visuals and the boy-is-besotted-with-girl plot there are some clever insights.
My first incursion into the Mournes.
A profile for this band who've never been able to break into the big lane; that's a good thing. There's an understated brilliance to their work. It isn't for everyone, but those who understand will be converted at the first listen.
How I circumvented the content filtering during my schooldays, only then to have my humble solution itself circumvented.