ian.monroe

ian.monroe

  • Commented on Social Engineering
    Well a good reason to get a VPN setup. Of course you eventually have to trust someone eventually... really this technique looks good for pranks, but all the real scary stuff can be accomplished with firesheep. I already use HTTPS...
  • Commented on Etiquette Guide
    @60 but those copy-editors had to have started somewhere right? Now that self-publishing isn't just a scam to milk money from aspiring authors I think there probably is some room for it to become semi-pro. Though it might be more...
  • Commented on Etiquette Guide
    I don't know much about self-publishing, but it certainly seems possible to get your work read by others. I've seen authors on shelfari ask for readers. but a fan giving feedback is obviously no copy-editor. I wonder if we'll see...
  • Commented on "I dream of one day slapping handcuffs on a belligerent junkie."
    I think you are making my point. Instead of being excited about the future, LotR longs for the past....
  • Commented on "I dream of one day slapping handcuffs on a belligerent junkie."
    @84 yea I'm not denying that there aren't political implications to the Lord of the Rings. But they are different ones. How can you deny that Middle Earth is a realm in decay? There are constant allusions to past greatness...
  • Commented on "I dream of one day slapping handcuffs on a belligerent junkie."
    The kernel of truth of unnamed-scif-author is that many fantasy books follow the lead of Tolkien and are essentially 'conservative' in their outlook. I use conservative as mostly an analogy to the political meaning. The Tolkien and the Tolkienesque universe...
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