January 4, 2007: More Brains!The Omniscient Eye, the regular Pyramid feature which gives real-world answers to gaming questions (Is a secret headquarters for my arch-villain plausible? And where are the flying cars?) is still looking for experts to expand coverage on a number of subjects.
What we want are qualified experts in some field of endeavor or study. You should be a working professional (current or former) or have significant academic credentials in your area. We're good on mathematics, computers, physical sciences, and medicine. However, we're very interested in hearing from experts in "softer" subjects: law and government (police officers, lawyers, civil servants, diplomats, politicians, public policy advisors, private investigators), business (bankers, corporate executives, specialists in manufacturing and production), and social sciences and humanities (psychologists, historians, anthropologists, experts in literature and the arts). And we're always interested in experts in any field with practical application. Are you an expert in air traffic control? Industrial manufacturing systems? Wilderness survival? Civil engineering? We can find a use for you.
If you're interested in becoming an expert and answering the occasional question for the Eye, send your name, email address, and a brief summary of your expertise to the Omniscient Eye feature editor Matt Riggsby at email@example.com.
And, of course, we're always ready to answer questions, too.
The Omniscient Eye seeks to answer questions that are tied to
knowledge of the real world, providing information with a perspective
that is of use to gamers. The Omniscient Eye does not concern itself
with specific game systems or statistics. Do you have a question for
the Omniscient Eye? Feel free to send it to
firstname.lastname@example.org, and the Omniscient Eye might answer
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