Dear glorious friend of great significance, I have thought long and hard about your plight to find an appropriate title to your PhD. I have good suggestion though. Write down key words that concern your PhD, so computers, management, funding, fun, software, and then arrange them into a symmetrical shape. Then buy a 'rotating dial' from your local DIY and place it in the centre of your symmetrical word shape. After this use a dice to spin (a score of 1 equals 1 spin, 2 two spins and so on) the rotating dial to choose words for your title. You should be able to form some amazing spontaneous, random and original titles.
I gather from your post that you havent written up any kind of a research proposal. If this is the case I think it is pointless trying to come up with a PhD project title and you are wasting your time asking questions like the one you have posted on this site
if you have access to peer reviewed journals, use them. identfiy a specific problem which interests you and is of interest to your peers and your title should parallel the problem you are trying to solve or the question you are trying to answer.
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