They are drawn together by their love of sex with bondage, and live a curiously intertwined life-in and out of one another's beds, now dominant and now submissive as the urge strikes them.
Rhonda is the true dominant, relishing her control over the men and women she meets and takes into her circle. Paul finds himself attracted to her as a mistress, and at the same time he is drawn to Muriel, the submissive bank manager who loves to be restrained and ravished.
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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. G.C. Scott is the longest serving Nexus novelist and has been writing for his loyal readers for nearly twenty years. He writes. Buy Whipping Triangle (Nexus) by G C Scott from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction.
Email this Page. Linear Mode. Editori al advi ce is not specif ic and reade rs are a dvised to see k professional help for individual problems. No longer do we occupy just this one observable space-time continuum, for we have now created and occupy another: cyberspace.
It started off as a resource for low-budget activists and came to be known as "the informa- tion superhighw ay". But now, e-commerc e has taken over to the extent that if the Internet went "down" tomorrow, we would have total globa l financial meltdown. The Internet is already so crucial to social infrastructure that the next wars are just as likely to be fought and won in cyberspace, with electron ic viruses and super-hacke rs.
Controlling, disruptin g or dis- informing an enem y's computers is more cost-ef fective than carpet-b ombing. It's a cleaner way to wage war, with no public outcry—such as that which results when NATO bombs civilians with so-called "sma rt" bombs. I believe it will be the Internet that primarily facilitates the ushering-in of total globalisa- tion, through sheer econom ics—"e-comme rce", as it is now termed.
Already, e-comme rce transcends national boundarie s, effectively ignoring the tariffs and taxes of sovereign states. The increasing volume of individuals and businesses trading around the world in cyberspace will ensure that we will buy our way into a new, globalised eco nomic system. It is the only way the global comm unity will swallow a proposed glo bal currency. It is the most likely avenue leading to a cashless economy. An item in Global News this issue reflects on how the Internet itself is evolving and caus- ing us to evolve with it. A few years ago, many considered the Internet an effective resource tool for communicating and sharing research, for organising logistics—the information superhighway.
Many of the original, small, Internet service providers ISPs have been bought by transnational media corporations—or have gone bust because they cannot com- pete economically with the free Internet services on offer by those same transnationals.
Another giant merger or two will see virtually all Western ISPs in the hands of just two or three transnational telecommun ications giants. We are gradually realising that the Internet is the ultimate intelligence-gathering tool. Everything you write, everywhere you visit in cyberspace is monitored by computers you don't even know exist. Instead of a person making data entries into you r personal file, a computer now d oes it.
If you visit political activ ist sites, sex sites, religious sites , environ- mental sites, UFO discussion groups, an.
Working at a computer, while alone at a desk, leads many to feel secure and private; peo- ple tend to express parts of themselves that they don't usually express to others when face- to-face—but this is just the sort of preferred intelligence informatio n required to make assessments of people. Just when you think you are not on display, you are more exposed than ever! In the UK, a sinister Bill has been tabled see Global News which amongst other thing s, makes it a crime to possess and use privacy encryption technology for your e-mail.