5 Interesting Links for 5-18-2012

Life

Kristine Kathryn Rusch talks about the impact of big events on writers (herself in specific) and freelancers in general, using what she’s going through as a life lesson for anyone in similar circumstances.
http://kriswrites.com/2012/04/25/the-business-rusch-one-phone-call-from-our-knees/

Programming

In both my corporate history and my freelancing, I have run into each of these security risks myself, as well as a couple more, that slip below the radar because they are not covered in the professional information on security management. It’s worth a read even as a computer user to make sure that you aren’t perpetuating any of these risks either at home or in the office. If a hacker or virus gets in, everyone suffers.
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10things/10-security-problems-you-might-not-realize-you-have/2768?tag=nl.e101

Promoting

Lynn Viehl offers some insight into, and suggestions for, branding as an author.
http://pbackwriter.blogspot.com/2012/05/titles-that-brand.html

Publishing

C.E. Murphy takes a look at eBook pricing and the risks in how the market is handling them.
http://cemurphy.net/archives/1207

Resources

A look at terms of service across various cloud drive offers.
http://www.technewsdaily.com/4190-google-drive-policy-owning-data-worse-rivals.html

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