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If you would like to offer: podfics, audio editing services, original music, filks, fanmixes - kindly comment with your offer here.

This auction closed March 20, at 12nn GMT.

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How To Offer
Please list the type of item and fandom (if relevant) in the Subject to your post.

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Podfic, any fandom, 10,000 words

Date: 13 March 2011 17:16 (UTC)
choosetolive: (Adam Centerfold)
From: [personal profile] choosetolive
User Name: [personal profile] choosetolive
Email address: julie AT choosetolive DOT net
YM/AIM/Gtalk/ICQ (optional): YM: choosetolive_fic Gtalk: choosetolive
Examples of my work: Podfic

Offering: Podfic of up to 10,000 words.

Fandoms (if appropriate): Your choice :) But I'm in Adam Lambert/Glam/American Idol S8 and Harry Potter currently, with history in Pirates of the Caribbean, Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel, and X-Files, just for an idea of my background.

Additional Info (optional): I'm out of town for work for the next month, and likely won't be able to begin work on the podfic until after April 4.

I'm willing to consider longer fics, just ask, and be aware that it'll take that much longer :)

I will only record a fic with the author's permission.

I'm not picky about what kind of material the fic is - het, slash, and gen of any rating is fine with me. If it's particularly kinky or otherwise potentially objectionable, email me with the specifics and we'll talk about it.

Preferred charity: Doctors Without Borders (not required)

Starting Bid: £7 GBP


Date: 6 June 2012 16:46 (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
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Date: 19 August 2012 00:06 (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
LukeW August 22nd, 2011 4:15 pm @Meketrefe go to Facebook. Type someone's name in the sercah box at the top of the screen. That's illegal in a good number of countries?@Mike your strike 2 & 3 are valid development points and should be in place. I agreeStrike 1, I disagree is any different than a site with sercah that includes user names. Most sites even have APIs for looking up user names. (also see my comment above. nice & AJAXified on facebook as well). @ Craig, three comments from Twitter discussion on this topic that are applicable to your points: in security-related UI, perceptions (and misperceptions) matter even more than in regular UI. lots of fear & misinfo out there. -@jreffell to be fair security UI concerns are valid because the user perceives them, not because the designer's logic refutes them. -@jaysondb I'd say that many designs have created artificial/wrong security perceptions. See password field and keylogging. -@lukew i agree with you both! also see: password rules that make you work hard but don't really add security -@jreffell@zeldman fair point on people using text-expander utilities that's a consideration worth looking into. Also password managers like 1password don't do very well with anything but a standard login box (3rd party sign, sercah UI (like Bagcheck, Google email login, etc.)


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