Monthly Archives | January 2004

Some wounds don’t heal

I came across this site called Morphizm.com which has an article on LOTR and the impact that WWI had on […]

Sligo blocade

“A blockade by farmers of one of Sligo’s most scenic beauty spots has been threatened by North Sligo farmer, Andy […]

Million Dollar Baby [based on book]

The critics have been raving over this film. Don’t know why, I found it overlong, boring and more than a […]

Happy New Year

I was born in the Year Of The Ram: “The Year Of The Ram 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, […]

Friday Five

You know I always mean to do these on a Friday, but then I forget and so don’t bother. Well […]

Mike Rowe Soft

Mernember Mike Rowe? Well looks like MS have backed down. “Microsoft has indicated it may have overreacted to the Web […]

Copyright taken to extremes

From The Register, a tale of copyright protection going WAY too far: In what could easily be mistaken for an […]

Col. Paul Rodzianko

Was browsing around Irish showjumping sites, trying to get up to date with what’s going on, as it has been […]

Cows with Guns

Cows With Guns -A great song, and the animation is kinda cool too. Course cows are technically female, but in […]

Which LOTR

Empire run a little poll, and this one was last: “Which of the three Lord of the Rings instalments do […]

The Last Samurai

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I went to see this film. Sure Japanese swords, fights and Tom […]

Interpreting LOTR

Open Democracyhas recently had a couple of articles written about the film trilogy that is LOTR. The first one:The Return […]