The PineTime smartwatch. Should you get one, and if you do, how do you first make it work with your smartphone? Read here for answers to both.
This is the opening track from the Parklife album. It is more than a mere dance piece.
A parody of an unnamed cultic group, this is the founding myth of a potato religion from 2016. Here is a study of the tenets and history of the sects.
The woes of near-misses, as told by the blockchain.
A story from my university days of a run-in with the head of IT.
Sharing some things that were noticed when reading the opening scenes of the Fellowship of the Ring.
There are few creatures quite as industrious as the bird. A few of their deeds are shared here.
It is too tempting to rush through the lines of verse in these books. Yet I find even this one provoking.
Here are some facial phrases found through my literary (and televised) travels.
There is now a new section of the site: WMW, or Well Made Web. See it at wmw.thran.uk!
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 it should be called, Weaver's Loss.
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 configure the default applications for opening file types. This guide introduces their use.
While on a walk, I looked inside an abandoned building. There I sighted a reminder of my past musical taste.
Assorted screenshots of Linux desktops from August 2021.
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