It is a rare occasion when a market will look at previously published stories. Pixelhose.com is one of those. I entered an essay, "Permanence is a Language," and a story, "Cicadas," both prize winners elsewhere. Pixelhose.com liked and put them up. There was one hitch. In order to win their contest in both categories, the pieces had to garner majority votes. Reach out to Facebook, Twitter, and all the rest, the editor said. I started to do this, then balked. How does a majorit of votes by "friends" make the story a quality piece? And that is where I am now, grinchlike grump refusing to play.