There's nothing like programming something to generate randomness. Such a feeling of release, rather like managing a whole spaghetti meal on a first date without inadvertently flicking sauce in her cleavage.
Some movie titles lend themselves to being butchered. Like the awful film from 2000: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, for example…
Usborne have a lot to answer for. They created the world’s most random series of childrens’ books under the title of That’s not my… insert-name-of-object here. But they’re not random enough, it seems. Wouldn’t it be fun to play with the titles a bit? Wouldn’t it?
Thinking of writing an application? Spare some thought for resource usage and see how much hardware your behemoth crunjo app would have required a few years ago.
Confounded by Royal Mail’s postage rules and random numbers? Try their internal software here to calculate the cost of shipping and handling for customers.
Coming up with reports for a bunch of students is high on teachers’ least favourite list. This handy report generator might be just the ticket.
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The generator that started it all. J.K. Rowling wouldn’t approve.