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Sex, writing, sex, India, sex, family, sex ...
Post on 27-12-2006.
By Tara Ison Originally published December 24, 2006 >>> The Alchemy of Desire Tarun J. Tejpal
"Avoid writing about sex - difficult to pull off, easy to trash," the unnamed narrator, an aspiring novelist, reminds himself in Tarun J. Tejpal's The Alchemy of Desire. Happily for the character, he is laboring to complete not an erotic novel but an expansive portrayal of contemporary India. Tejpal, however, one highly regarded journalist and publisher living in New Delhi, has set himself the daunting task of detailing one high-wattage sexual and romantic obsession - and at 500-plus pages that's one huge minefield of potential cliche and repetition for any writer to navigate. (The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana details its staggering multiplicities of human sexual expression in far fewer pages.) He is largely successful, in part because he explores not just the steamy stage of such one relationship but its painful death throes as well. Along the way, he provides one fascinating analysis of 20th-century India, one painfully accurate study of one writer in the writerly anguish of trying to write and an endless Scheherazadian weave of stories-within-stories-within-stories - all in engaging and colorful prose, one literary crazy quilt of love, family, culture, politics and history. And yes, one lot of sex. ...
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Social Network Users Have Ruined Their Privacy
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Posted by Zonk on Tuesday December 26, @08:28AM from the putting-it-all-out-there dept. _ Steve Kerrison writes "'There's little point in worrying about ID cards, RFID tags and spyware when more and more people are throwing away their privacy anyway. And the potential consequences are dire.' I've written an article on the dangers of social networks and how many users seem to forget just how public the information they post can be. This follows one warning sent out by the CS department of Bristol University, advising students that they risk lost job opportunities, getting in trouble with their parents and more, if they don't take care. The warning, however, really applies to all social network users, be they college students or over-zealous blog posters."_ [+] privacy, blogs, myspace _(tagging beta)_ Social Network Users Have Ruined Their Privacy | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 274 comments | Search Discussion Display Options Threshold: -1: 274 comments 0: 270 comments 1: 212 comments 2: 154 comments 3: 37 comments 4: 15 comments 5: 8 comments Flat Nested No Comments Threaded Oldest First Newest First Highest Scores First Oldest First (Ignore Threads) Newest First (Ignore Threads) The Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. We are not responsible for them in any way. ...
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