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Graham Guy
Writer, photographer and film maker.
Writer, photographer and film maker.

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Ok... haven't been here for a while. What's up?

Regulatory people... Can anyone point me in the direction of UK or EU regulations that cover the TRANSMISSION of personally identifiable information (not the storage - that's in the DPA 1998).  Specifically whether a company or entity has the right to insist that you send them PI over an unsecured electronic connection.

I assumed it would be in the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2003, but I can't find anything relevant in there.

Any clues?

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A few photos from Tuesday's dance shoot in Guildford.
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Computer advice please...
I'm a bit out of touch with the PC market at the moment, and am looking for a desktop or tower unit for my father.  It needs to be expandable (possibly even to be able to support a less good video card, as he has an unusual TV-monitor setup running [deliberately] at a very low resolution), and ideally would run Win7, although he'll get used to 8.1 if he has to. Not 8 though... that would be evil.
Who would you recommend as a UK supplier for such a thing?  Anyone to avoid?  I know this is one of those "how long is a piece of string" questions, but I've got to start somewhere, and all opinions will be greatly received.
Cheers :-)

(cross-posted to FB as well)

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Come along to TLW LEXiCON next week in Faversham to hear Stewart Ross talking about "The Soterion Mission".

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With all the amazing guests we have at TLW LEXiCON next weekend (15th & 16th) in Faversham, it's a wonder the queue isn't starting to form already.

For example, at 11am on the Saturday we have Stewart Ross on stage talking about The Soterion Mission, his latest novel.

Prize-winning author Stewart Ross writes fiction and non-fiction for children and adults. He has some 250 published titles to his name and his work has been translated into more than 18 languages. When not writing, he runs creative and professional writing workshops at all levels in the UK and elsewhere. In rare leisure time her enjoys reading, travel, food & wine, sport, theatre & music.

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If there are any writers still awake at this time of night..... what am I saying? Of course you're all still awake; we live on coffee and late nights, and this is still early for us. Ok, so let me start again.....

Writers... don't forget that TLW LEXiCON in Faversham on the 15th & 16th is for you! Get yourself down there and hear people talk about their work, their processes, how independent publishing compares to traditional models, and everything else you ever wanted to know but didn't know the right questions to ask.

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Calling all writers in the south-east...

Come along to TLW LEXiCON in Faversham on the 15th & 16th March to hear a range of speakers talking about their work, about the writing and publishing processes, how to build audiences, and much much more.

It's a literary festival, all in one place.

#writing #writers #literary 

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What I've been doing is getting ready for this...

If you are near Faversham in Kent on the 15th & 16th March, pop along to our literary festival where you can hear authors talking about their work, find out about the writing process, modern publishing approaches, and much much more.

Oh yes, and not only can you get to hear me wittering on about my books, but  +Sophie Duncan & +Natasha Duncan-Drake will be among those speaking.

This is going to be a great weekend for anyone interested in reading, writing, or anything to do with either.

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Outside the Alexander Centre in Faversham with our poster.
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