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THIS IS NOT YOUR GRANDFATHER'S E-ZINE!
As I’ve stated many times before on this site, and speaking before the UN General Assembly, "Internet-based publications with print mentalities will not stand!" Furthermore, they are monoliths --monoliths without the benefit of Arthur C. Clarke’s fictitious contstruct’s ability to pass on technological enlightenment to their users -- prolific on the Web as sand in the skies over the windswept Mojave: The Rule, even, wherein TQR is the exception.
Dynamic where other Web publications are static, TQR challenges the notion that capital judgments must be kept sacred and unknowable as the obfuscatory term for tetragrammaton. TQR comes down off the bookshelf almost everyday to give you bits and bites and sometimes mouthfuls of information, whereas after their new capital gains are posted and the excitement dies (a week, give or take), the majority of e-zines go back up on the shelf to vet their capital in monastic obscurity and silence, while the fruits of their venture capitalist’s labor ripens, then rots from lack of cultivation and care.
The bandwagon is still somewhere back toward the bottom of the hill. Jump on now and we’ll gladly pull you to the summit for a rollicking descent into the valley of the shadow of next.