How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Well, one of my editors (yay Minna) got back with a few improvements, and I'm hoping from a few more from my other test subjects editors, kat1031 and ibesky (thanks guys!). Once that's done and I've made the needed improvements, I'm gonna call this script done, and start writing issue #2.

So... this'll be my last begging post, but um... I know there's folks that can draw what read this, and people that know people that draw. Pretty please?

I hate to be a nag about it, but the more I think about it, the more I like the concept. A young Iranian American girl who not only knows her way around a computer, but is a hardcore geek. But still feminine, especially when her powers kick in. Unlike one of my RP superheroes, Transistor, who can just boss computers around, she has to talk to them. There's a touch of the teenage-girl-who's-a-princess-in-a-fantasy-world thing too- except in this case, that fantasy world is the Internet.

Hmm... just thinking about it, I've come up with a few new holes in the script that need to be patched. Minor stuff. Of course, if I'm worrying about minor stuff like that, maybe the script is in better shape then I think. We'll see what everyone thinks when it's totally in the can.

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