Hermetic Press fan forum

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Postby Tom Stone » 12/05/11 11:40 AM

Secretly, for the last few days, I have put together a Hermetic Press fan-forum behind Stephen Minch's back.

In an hour or so, I will present it to him as a surprise. :)

If you own any book from Hermetic Press, and have anything to say about it, feel free to post your thoughts at: http://hermeticforum.com/index.php
(I'm still in the process of adding the books, so if your favorite book isn't there yet, it will turn up eventually.)
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Postby Bill Mullins » 12/05/11 03:40 PM

No lurking allowed?

It appears that you have to register to read the posts.
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Postby Tom Stone » 12/05/11 06:11 PM

Yes, it makes it easier to brainstorm and talk about details.
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Postby erdnasephile » 12/05/11 07:12 PM

Tom:
This is a terrific idea--many thanks for setting this up!
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Postby Evan Shuster » 12/06/11 10:44 PM

I registered yesterday, but cannot log in as of yet. Tom, can you please assist?
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Postby Frank Yuen » 12/07/11 03:39 AM

Same here, registered right away on the 5th but still have not been activated.
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Postby Tom Stone » 12/07/11 07:13 AM

Frank, Evan..
The web host have had some serious problems with the email servers since Monday. That has delayed the sending of the activation email.

However, I just found that I can activate accounts through the administrative backend, and I've just done that.
You can log in now.

-Tom
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Postby El Harvey Oswald » 12/07/11 01:43 PM

great idea, great site, though the high-security password is a bit much
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Postby Tom Stone » 12/07/11 02:32 PM

El Harvey Oswald wrote:...though the high-security password is a bit much

I know. But there are only 24 hours in a day, and I'd prefer to spend as little time as possible on removing spam from robots that have entered due to weak passwords.
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Postby El Harvey Oswald » 12/07/11 02:46 PM

I see; I actually wasn't even aware that passwords had relevance other than as to overheated concerns about "privacy." And in any event, the site looks great, and stands as a reminder of the astonishing array of landmark books that Minch has done. Great idea, and if it's less likely to be infiltrated by boasts about having married a rich guy, pitches for athletic apparel, or the weird messages that seem to dominate the Genii Forum occasionally, so much the better.
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Postby Evan Shuster » 12/07/11 08:09 PM

Thanks, Tom! I love the idea of this!
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