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Found Drama Dot Net is the weblog of Rob Friesel, Jr.Vermont resident, St. Mary’s graduate, and self-described alpha geek. The content of this site tends to focus on web development (especially JavaScript), technology book reviews, literature, homebrewing, and the occasional (dreaded) personal post.

Comment Policy

Comments are welcome, but are moderated to keep things civil and to cut down on the spam. (Akismet helps with the spam as well.) By and large, comments are published as-is. Hostile or blatantly offensive comments will be removed. (A little dissent is healthy, but no trolling, and no hating.) Occasionally, I will clean up some of the spelling or grammar on your behalf. (You’re welcome.)

Also, comments on posts will be considered part of the blog’s content and will thus fall under the Creative Commons licensing (see below) that applies throughout the blog. If you are sensitive about ownership of your comments, I suggest that you post your replies elsewhere and either post the link in the comments section, or else use a trackback to reciprocate the dialogue.

Details and Technicalities

First: yes, the name of this site is a reference to Infinite Jest. I have a mild obsession with David Foster Wallace; it’s nothing malignant, though it’s probably terminal.

The site is powered by WordPress and uses a custom skin called “Orin”. The site is hosted on DreamHost; sign up with them using this affiliate link and I get a little kick-back.

Similarly, the site is liberally sprinkled with affiliate links, wherein I get a little kick-back if you buy the item on the other side. You’ll see a lot of these in my book and product reviews. The statement about the affiliate links is true, but being in Vermont I am (as of fall 2014) no longer eligible for the program. But there were a lot of links… so they remain.

The views expressed on this site are mine alone; they may be shared by others but no one has even once elected me to represent them in any capacity.

All content posted here is shared and protected under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License unless otherwise specified.

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