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No. 21 Vol. 1 Sun 17 October 2021 Price: 0/0d

A customary welcome

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.

A customary caution

Please Note: This website's contents represent only the opinion of its author (and anyone who agrees with him).

ACTIVE: Writ. Thransoft. WMW.
FORTHCOMING: RSRU, QOTD, STILLS.

All that is new:

  • Bitter Coin >> Sun 17 October 2021

    My many misses at getting a piece of the blockchain.

  • Opening the Armoury >> Wed 06 October 2021

    A story from my university days of a run-in with the head of IT.

  • Fireside in the Shire >> Sun 26 September 2021

    Sharing some things I noticed when reading the opening scenes of the Fellowship of the Ring.

  • Peculiar Sightings of Birds, Part I >> Sat 25 September 2021

    There are few creatures quite as industrious as the bird. Their activities have always caught my eye. A number of their strange deeds are lodged in my memory and I've decided to share them here.

  • The Road by Bilbo Baggins >> Sun 05 September 2021

    It is too tempting to rush through the lines of verse in these books. Yet I find even this one provoking.

  • Facial Phrases >> Sat 04 September 2021

    Through my literary (and televised) travels, I've found a few facial related phrases.

  • WMW Lives! >> Sat 28 August 2021

    I've launched a new section of the site: WMW, or Well Made Web. See it at wmw.thran.uk!

  • Belfast Transport Snub >> Thu 26 August 2021

    Railway buildings have been a steady decline since the end of World War II. This has culminated with Belfast's Weaver's Cross (or as I call it, Weaver's Loss). I give an impassioned plea for a remedy.

  • Remote work isn't remotely working for me >> Mon 09 August 2021

    I had this vision that working from home would be bliss. Just me sitting in the room with nothing but the code. No distractions, no worries. Nothing would sidetrack the engineer from his proud handiwork. This wasn't to be so.

  • xdg-mime, a short guide >> Fri 06 August 2021

    On Linux, xdg-open and xdg-mime configure the default applications for opening file types. A situation has forced me to learn their use.

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