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Quote from: Q. G. Pennyworth on June 06, 2014, 06:05:20 PMQuote from: Placid Dingo on June 03, 2014, 08:12:32 AM
There's also a PDF of it put together by Pope Tim on the reading materials page of this site.
What's up with the kopyleft but don't put it in a book?
Quote from: LMNO, PhD (life continues) on February 26, 2014, 10:24:27 PM
Wouldn't the cheap shit just cost more, and everything the cost of everything else scales up from there?
Quote from: Jet City Hustle on November 25, 2013, 10:26:20 PMQuote from: Placid Dingo on November 22, 2013, 12:45:49 AMQuote from: Mrs. Nigelson on November 21, 2013, 11:21:39 PMQuote from: Placid Dingo on November 17, 2012, 02:06:34 AMQuote from: East Coast Hustle on November 17, 2012, 12:37:18 AM
Dingo's recent actions positively REEK of Captain Utopia. Especially the part where he thinks he's being reasonable in spite of it being totally obvious to everyone else how utterly fucked up his words and actions are.
Dingo, there's no reason for me to ban you from PD (personal feelings aside) but I will have to absolutely insist that the Chasing Eris project and any future projects you might look to publish are not in any way connected to PD.com. I don't even want this site, any of the content in this site, or any of the usernames on this site mentioned at all, not even in passing.
Talk to ECH re: this. I have contacted him regarding concerns, and he has said he will get back to me.
I'm not sure when or how you contacted me and what you're waiting for me to get back to you on. I already made my wishes clear.
Quote from: Net on November 25, 2013, 01:12:16 AM
It seems very much like you want to be a journalist, Dingo, so I'm curious about whether you have experience in the field. What have you reported on? What are your most important principles in producing a piece of journalism?
Could you give an example of a journalist, documentarian, or a particular piece of work that you hold in high esteem? What special considerations, if any, do you keep in mind in terms of writing about a culture that 1) you're an active participant in, 2) has nearly zero awareness among the broader public, and 3) that you have a vested interest in?