The site, which may at first seem unnavigable, is really engineered to cater to the needs of its particular users. For instance, if I am a venture capitalist looking to unload some capital --no matter if it’s this place or the venerable Adirondack Review--I’m going straight to the Guidelines
. You’ll note that this particular menu item is the same on this site as any other site in the business of publishing fiction, thus making it the one identifiable sign post to the capital-bearing user.
In short, ‘GUIDELINES
’ are a necessity to the venture capitalist who has no interest in doing anything else but dropping their wares. The VC can come in, click directly on GUIDELINES, get all the info, pop a cap in TQR's ass and get gone.
However, if the investor wants to read some fresh copy, TQR is geared toward that, too. All you need do is utilize the homepage, which is updated at least every week, and click on the new links to fresh menu items listed right below the Monkey
. Below these hot links
is where that quarter’s capital gains may be found.
If you're still borgesed
, then there is a FAQ on the bottom menu that should allow you to glean the finer points of what has been keeping you awake at night concerning the very lovable, but on the surface abstract, TQR.