Creators Front For Diversity In Comics

29. January 2011

Since my brother Frank spent some time this weekend upgrading the WordPress engine behind this blog, I suppose I should at least post to it once in a while, huh?

The main reason for my absence has been Facebook and Twitter. I’m there almost every dang day, reading and posting little bon mots. If you’re reading this you’re likely already following me there, but just in case, here are links to My Twitter and My Facebook.

So I really don’t have much to add here, but I want to give a shout-out to Eric Powell, creator of The Goon, for a really great video he posted recently to YouTube:

The Creators Front for Diversity In Comics

Everyone, please, support independent comics creators, buy independent comics!

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  Deeply Offended schrieb @ March 13th, 2011 at 2:14 am

Etsy.com has recently made all users’ real names and purchase history available on the web. They can be searched from google (I checked). They are also refusing to contact buyers to alert them to this change. They do allow names to be changed, but only with a two day waiting period. There is a thread on their forum about it herehttp://www.etsy.com/teams/7718/site-help/discuss/6811996/page/1 where they have refused to respond to serious concerns for customer privacy. Since Etsy is refusing to notify its’ members, please help me get the word out to them. Thank you.

Post Script:
Users are asked for their first and last name at registration, and told that they can include it on their profile if they choose. As of March 1st, however, all register members real names have been publicly posted on the site, connected to their buying history. Etsy has not notified shoppers that this has been done yet. If you know an Etsy shopper, please contact them and tell them about this exposure.

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