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Kelvarhin
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 3:11pm

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Greetings TORnSibs to our extra special tribute. We’ve invited some very special friends of TORn to post in this thread




Welcome to all our wonderful and gracious VIP’s to TORn. We thank you for taking the time to help us celebrate 10 Wonderful Years and in helping us to thank our dear Founders for having the geeky passion to make it.

So to Xoanon, Tehanu, Calisuri and Corvar we, along with all who will be posting here, say THANK YOU for bringing into being, what we believe to be the best Tolkien site; for the fans, by the fans.

*with love*
Kelvarhin and silneldor







Kelvarhin's Universe~~~~~~~Laerasea's Travelling TORn Journal
One book to rule them all
One book to find them
One book to bring them all
And in TORn bind them
In the land of TORnadoes...where the brilliant play

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Kelvarhin
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 3:12pm

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"A decade- It goes by so easily- and goes mostly to your thighs and bottom. What an auspicious decade this was and how much promise the new one holds for all of us. May we all together get there and back again!"

GDT
*with many thanks to Parker for getting this from GdT for us* Kel x






Kelvarhin's Universe~~~~~~~Laerasea's Travelling TORn Journal
One book to rule them all
One book to find them
One book to bring them all
And in TORn bind them
In the land of TORnadoes...where the brilliant play

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Kelvarhin
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 3:14pm

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In this age, it isn't easy keeping any family together. So to all of you here on The One Ring, may I offer my most sincere admiration and congratulations for keeping this family together for 10 glorious years, with all it's old world charm and values. There's Big Love -- Doug Jones


*with many thanks to Hellmistress for getting this from Doug* Kel x







Kelvarhin's Universe~~~~~~~Laerasea's Travelling TORn Journal
One book to rule them all
One book to find them
One book to bring them all
And in TORn bind them
In the land of TORnadoes...where the brilliant play

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Kelvarhin
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 3:15pm

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Kristin Thompson

My Debts to TheOneRing.net

TORN may loom large in my chapter on official and quasi-sanctioned LOTR websites in The Frodo Franchise, but I certainly didn’t discover it when it was founded. Quite the contrary, I was not an early internet user. In addition, as I wrote in the preface in the book, I was one of those Tolkien fans who deliberately ignored the making of the film trilogy, not wanting to get my hopes up about the adaptation.

It was really only after I decided to write about the film that I ventured onto the internet to any real extent. That was in early 2002, and originally my project was to do an article, subsequently published in a film-studies journal called The Velvet Light Trap. By the way, that article has been quoted widely, but it’s out of date and has some errors. Best to avoid it and rely on the book instead.

Anyway, it was impossible to write about the film trilogy without exploring the internet, and it was during 2002 that I discovered TORN.

Once I embarked upon the book project, I knew there would be a chapter on LOTR and the internet. I knew I wanted to deal with New Line’s site, with Ain’t It Cool News, with TORN, with McKellen.com, and with some samples of smaller, fan-originated sites.

From the start, the four TORN co-founders were incredibly generous with their time and recollections. My first interview was with Corvar, on June 12, 2004. He happens to be a fellow Wisconsinite, so we met in a little cafe in Milwaukee. The second was with Tehanu, during my second research trip to New Zealand; she fed me a lovely meal on an incredibly stormy night in Auckland and then answered many questions. (I interviewed her a second time that November, on my third and final research trip to New Zealand.) The third was with Calisuri on August 29, 2004, during one of my three research trips to Los Angeles. A few days later I talked with Quickbeam and Asfaloth in L.A., while they were still editing Ringers.

I’m sure Xoanon would have been willing to let me interview him as well, but I decided it was not to be. With all the traveling I was doing, a separate trip to Canada to talk with him seemed just a bit too much. And speaking of too much, the text I was drafting on TORN was turning out to be way too long. I decided if I had yet another interview, TORN would take over the whole chapter. (I know, what would be the problem with that, right? But I got to interview Ian, too, and his webmaster Keith Stern! As it was, the internet chapter became two internet chapters.) But Xoanon was very helpful, answering questions by email.

Since The Frodo Franchise came out in 2007, TORN has been equally supportive in getting the word out about the book, mentioning it in news items whenever even a small excuse to do so arose. Links to entries on my blog of the same name have sent me a lot of hits. The fact that TORN and The Frodo Franchise blog were chosen as the two sites regularly linked on the recently added Shire page on Del Toro Films felt like a double honor—to be listed there and to be side-by-side with the premiere Tolkien website.

Tehanu paid me the ultimate compliment after reading my book: “Your account of TheOneRing.net’s beginnings and how it functioned gets it absolutely right. More than that, you capture how it felt to us at the time. Nobody else has managed to get enough of an understanding to do that.” As many of your will recognize, that passage became a blurb on the back of the dustjacket.

I quote that not to boost myself or the book, which I hardly think I need to do in this context, but to emphasize how much help I received from those incredibly helpful interviews. There’s no way I could have captured how working on TORN felt to its founders if they hadn’t conveyed their feelings to me. That my prose then synthesized all that interview material well enough to suggest the authentic early history of TORN pleases me more than I can say. Much though I hoped that my book would reach a general audience, the core groups that I hoped to satisfy were the filmmakers and the fans.

If I manage to get a project on the Hobbit and bridge films launched, this time you can be sure that I’ll be monitoring TORN from the beginning!





Kelvarhin's Universe~~~~~~~Laerasea's Travelling TORn Journal
One book to rule them all
One book to find them
One book to bring them all
And in TORn bind them
In the land of TORnadoes...where the brilliant play

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Altaira
Superuser / Moderator


Apr 25 2009, 4:29pm

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*Your* hips and thighs maybe [In reply to] Can't Post

Well, okay, mine too, darn it all, lol! Laugh

We're looking forward to the journey, GDT! Smile


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"Life can't be all work and no TORn" -- jflower

"I take a moment to fervently hope that the camaradarie and just plain old fun I found at TORn will never end" -- LOTR_nutcase



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Altaira
Superuser / Moderator


Apr 25 2009, 4:31pm

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Welcome to the family, Doug! [In reply to] Can't Post

You're one of us now, you know.

(It's too late to run Wink).


Koru: Maori symbol representing a fern frond as it opens. The koru reaches towards the light, striving for perfection, encouraging new, positive beginnings.



"Life can't be all work and no TORn" -- jflower

"I take a moment to fervently hope that the camaradarie and just plain old fun I found at TORn will never end" -- LOTR_nutcase



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Greg Wright
Registered User

Apr 25 2009, 5:13pm

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Congrats, and Many Thanks [In reply to] Can't Post

On August 20, 2001, Tehanu stumbled across my now rather infamous essay about Tolkien's mythology at Hollywood Jesus and posted a link to it here at TORn. LOTR traffic at Hollywood Jesus exploded, with tons of emails raining down on my inbox... and most of them negative! Two days later, Tehanu had to retract the link to the article with the disclaimer, "I wish I had read through" to the end...

I was relatively new to the Web at the time, and had not yet learned how ill-advised (or rashly provocative) comments can come back to haunt you in a big way; I also had not yet developed into a serious academician, and so had not realized that I was supposed to be a Tolkien "expert"... complete with all the ramifications. I was just a website editor with very specific ideas about Tolkien, and thought I would be merely humored as such. I didn't expect to be translated into Spanish and Swedish, you know!

Thankfully, a great many of TORn's regulars -- Tehanu included -- stuck with me through the development of HJ's vast coverage of Peter Jackson's films, a publishing legacy of which I am very proud, and through the polishing of my ideas (and manners). Tolkien in Perspective, now out of print, was the culmination of that early project, and does fully articulate the thinking behind that early essay. (The last surviving copies are available through HJ Books.)

As my later books came into print, Xoanan was kind enough to give Peter Jackson in Perspective the highest recommendation possible: "A must-read!" The book is still the only comprehensive single-author examination of Jackson's film on the market.

As I hit the convention circuit and entered my "public speaker phase" (nods to Little Big Man here), the ORCs in Pasadena and Burbank have to rank with the best of experiences, as I had the pleasure of finally meeting Tehanu, Xoanon, Altaira, Mr. Cere, and Balin (bless his soul) among many others.

Thanks, all, for dragging me along on your fabulous ride. Congratulations for doing something truly unique, vital... and unforgettable.


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greendragon
Sr. Staff


Apr 25 2009, 5:41pm

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What she said... : ) [In reply to] Can't Post

Indeed we could have no better companions than TORnsibs for going there and back again - and you are definitely a TORnsib now Mr Del Toro, whether you like it or not! Wink Thanks for being so supportive of our community - we love having you here!

'There are older and fouler things than orcs in the deep places of my fridge...'

'You never know what will happen next, when once you get mixed up with TORnsibs and their friends.'


Altaira
Superuser / Moderator


Apr 25 2009, 5:53pm

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A wonderful journey, Kristin [In reply to] Can't Post

What a great ride you've had, too. We're so glad you're part of our Tolkien community. Smile


Koru: Maori symbol representing a fern frond as it opens. The koru reaches towards the light, striving for perfection, encouraging new, positive beginnings.



"Life can't be all work and no TORn" -- jflower

"I take a moment to fervently hope that the camaradarie and just plain old fun I found at TORn will never end" -- LOTR_nutcase



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Altaira
Superuser / Moderator


Apr 25 2009, 5:57pm

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Wonderful sentiments, Greg [In reply to] Can't Post

Thank you for contributing your natural talents at moderating, and participating in, panels to our conventions.

All the very best. Smile


Koru: Maori symbol representing a fern frond as it opens. The koru reaches towards the light, striving for perfection, encouraging new, positive beginnings.



"Life can't be all work and no TORn" -- jflower

"I take a moment to fervently hope that the camaradarie and just plain old fun I found at TORn will never end" -- LOTR_nutcase



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Colleen Doran
The Shire


Apr 25 2009, 6:13pm

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Love to all and thanks! [In reply to] Can't Post

HeartThough I had been a Lord of the Rings enthusiast since I was a little girl, I never dreamed I would one day grow up to illustrate something that has become such an important part of my life.

I stumbled upon the TORn website years ago before the first film came out, and was delighted to meet a number of people from TORn at a San Diego Comic Con where several of my publishers were promoting my work. I stopped by to watch the TORn crew set up before the convention officially opened, and Garfeimao recognized me and brought me into the fold. She kindly introduced me to other TORn types, and some of the cast as well, who were also hanging about before the show, including Sala Baker and Lawrence Makaore. Then I was taken aside and introduced to Richard Taylor and Daniel Falconer.

This generosity was not only most appreciated, but the kindness and interest of the people at TORn helped to bring my work to the attention of some of the official LOTR licensors, who later hired me to do work for them. So, not only was it a great experience to meet so many new people here, and to have found so many new friends, but being a part of the TORn family has helped me to realize a lifelong dream: to illustrate scenes and characters from The Lord of the Rings. Coolest job ever!

The LOTR fans are the most generous and friendly fans I have ever met. Downright hobbity. Good food, good conversation, good fun. Of all the conventions I have ever attended, it is the LOTR conventions that I most WANT to attend. They feel like family reunions.

The A Distant Soil Webcomic and Blog
Colleen Doran's Website



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Altaira
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Apr 25 2009, 6:37pm

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Returning the sentiments, Colleen [In reply to] Can't Post

Thank *YOU* for bringing your wonderful talent, outlook and enthusiasm to our gathering!

Here's to our association growing and continuing to flourish over the next 10 years. Smile

By the way, I highly recommend visiting Colleen's website and checking out her galleries of amazing artwork


Koru: Maori symbol representing a fern frond as it opens. The koru reaches towards the light, striving for perfection, encouraging new, positive beginnings.



"Life can't be all work and no TORn" -- jflower

"I take a moment to fervently hope that the camaradarie and just plain old fun I found at TORn will never end" -- LOTR_nutcase



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Altaira
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Apr 25 2009, 7:31pm

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Those of you who have been to ORC and ELF conventions and DragonCons, will recognize Anne as an accomplished author, a favorite panelist and speaker, and dear friend of TORn. Here is a message she sent for the occasion:


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"Ten years, eh? The TORn site and the people associated with it are unique and wonderful, and my friendship with all of you has been fruitful and a total blast - ahhh, Dragon*Con! Live long and prosper!"



She also sent along this update which I thought I'd share with everyone:

"I've managed to get some writing done in the past year. My chapter "The Evolution of Glaurung and Smaug" will be included in Good Dragons Are Rare: An Inquiry into Literary Dragons East and West, edited by Drs. Fanfan Chen and Thomas Honegger, ALPH No. 5, published by Peter Lang: Frankfurt, Berlin etc., 2009, 460 pages. My latest short story, "The Veritas Experience," was published Feb. 16, 2009, by Absent Willow Review."

Wishing you continued success, Anne!

Anne C. Petty's website




Koru: Maori symbol representing a fern frond as it opens. The koru reaches towards the light, striving for perfection, encouraging new, positive beginnings.



"Life can't be all work and no TORn" -- jflower

"I take a moment to fervently hope that the camaradarie and just plain old fun I found at TORn will never end" -- LOTR_nutcase



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silneldor
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 7:44pm

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It is amazing the tide of spirit [In reply to] Can't Post

that Tolkien has evoked since the enlivened discourses in the Eagle and the Child over 60 years ago. Now 'our' GdT has(sir:) ) in his delight, and found bliss, has joined us on the crest of new wave with the Hobbit.
Thank you for sending word to us sir,as you have in the past. It is an honor.

Calo anor na ven
(May the sun shine on your road)

''What connects Nature to the spiritual, or requires the presence of the latter? In positive terms, as Alkis Kontos points out, when nature was still largely experienced as integral, alive and active, 'It was the spiritual dimension of the world, its enchanted, magical quality that rendered it infinite, not amenable to complete calculability; spirit could not be quanified; it permitted and invited mythologization.' And I would add, it still is and does.''
Patrick Curry-Defending Middle-Earth-Tolkien: Myth and Modernity - chapter: 'The Sea: Spirituality and Ethics.'

May the grace of Manwë let us soar with eagle's wings!

In the air, among the clouds in the sky
Here is where the birds of Manwe fly
Looking at the land, and the water that flows
The true beauty of earth shows
With the stars of Varda lighting my way
In all the realms this is where I stay
In the realm of Manwë Súlimo












Peredhil lover
Valinor

Apr 25 2009, 7:58pm

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Oh, I recognize your name! [In reply to] Can't Post

I've got a few of your twin elf rider items and love them! Smile

Great to see you here!

I do not suffer from LotR obsession - I enjoy every minute of it.


Peredhil lover
Valinor

Apr 25 2009, 8:01pm

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I look forward [In reply to] Can't Post

to this journey, there and back again not only with Bilbo and the Dwarves but with you and the whole team as well!

All the best wishes, Guillermo!

I do not suffer from LotR obsession - I enjoy every minute of it.


Peredhil lover
Valinor

Apr 25 2009, 8:02pm

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Very apt comparison :) [In reply to] Can't Post

Thank you, Doug - we look forward to include you in this big family as well!

I do not suffer from LotR obsession - I enjoy every minute of it.


Peredhil lover
Valinor

Apr 25 2009, 8:12pm

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You know already [In reply to] Can't Post

that I love your book, so I'll not go into detail here again Wink

The chapter about TORn was one of these I particularly loved; as interesting as the whole book is, it was so exciting to read about the site where I spend so much time and to see names there and in the fanfic chapter I knew not just from the film business world, but names of normal people. It was just great to see them being mentioned at all, and in such a lovely way!

I do not suffer from LotR obsession - I enjoy every minute of it.


silneldor
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 8:15pm

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It is such fun having you with us to celebrate our decadeversary:). The fact that you have taken such interest here, from my humble standpoint, very much amazes me and i dwell in such delight.
Thank you very much for adding your thoughts here on our Feedback.
Cheers!

''What connects Nature to the spiritual, or requires the presence of the latter? In positive terms, as Alkis Kontos points out, when nature was still largely experienced as integral, alive and active, 'It was the spiritual dimension of the world, its enchanted, magical quality that rendered it infinite, not amenable to complete calculability; spirit could not be quanified; it permitted and invited mythologization.' And I would add, it still is and does.''
Patrick Curry-Defending Middle-Earth-Tolkien: Myth and Modernity - chapter: 'The Sea: Spirituality and Ethics.'

May the grace of Manwë let us soar with eagle's wings!

In the air, among the clouds in the sky
Here is where the birds of Manwe fly
Looking at the land, and the water that flows
The true beauty of earth shows
With the stars of Varda lighting my way
In all the realms this is where I stay
In the realm of Manwë Súlimo












Magnus
Registered User

Apr 25 2009, 8:48pm

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Dear Tehanu, Xoanon, Corvar, Calisuri and thousands of other friends,

No website has provided such a platform for fandom and creativity across literature and film as TheOneRing.net and for that we salute you!

Past, current and future crew at Weta will be forever spiritually connected to TORn and we are absolutely relishing the opportunity to take on future journeys together - there... and back again... naturally.

We have recorded a short tribute http://www.wetanz.com/torn10bday/... Wink

Where you can also see your card in high resolution glory.




Rosie-with-the-ribbons
Forum Admin / Moderator


Apr 25 2009, 9:02pm

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It's so "cool" (I can't come up with a better word at the moment) you are doing this for our TPTB, they deserve it of course, but still, you taking the time to do so: thank you Cool. And I love the little movie.

And thanks to all of you guys for creating all the magic.


Magpie
Immortal


Apr 25 2009, 9:06pm

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wow! just... wow! [In reply to] Can't Post

I thought... look, there's Richard Taylor... and Daniel Falconer... and is that Dan Hennah... and Gino behind the helmet?

And then OH... it's Guillermo. LOL.. it's pretty good when I recognize the props guys before the director on board.

This was great.


2009 Tolkien Computer Monitor Calendars
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Ataahua
Superuser / Moderator


Apr 25 2009, 9:07pm

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As I wait [In reply to] Can't Post

for my dial-up to slowly download the video, I just want to say thank *you* all for putting so much of yourselves into bringing LOTR to life for fans around the world - and for popping in to join the celebration!

*pops a keg of 1420* Cheers!

Celebrimbor: "Pretty rings..."
Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

"Ah, how ironic, the addictive qualities of Sauron’s master weapon led to its own destruction. Which just goes to show, kids - if you want two small and noble souls to succeed on a mission of dire importance... send an evil-minded b*****d with them too." - Gandalf's Diaries, final par, by Ufthak.


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silneldor
Half-elven


Apr 25 2009, 9:07pm

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on our celebration. It has been a quite a ride, truly. All the best to you in the future.

''What connects Nature to the spiritual, or requires the presence of the latter? In positive terms, as Alkis Kontos points out, when nature was still largely experienced as integral, alive and active, 'It was the spiritual dimension of the world, its enchanted, magical quality that rendered it infinite, not amenable to complete calculability; spirit could not be quanified; it permitted and invited mythologization.' And I would add, it still is and does.''
Patrick Curry-Defending Middle-Earth-Tolkien: Myth and Modernity - chapter: 'The Sea: Spirituality and Ethics.'

May the grace of Manwë let us soar with eagle's wings!

In the air, among the clouds in the sky
Here is where the birds of Manwe fly
Looking at the land, and the water that flows
The true beauty of earth shows
With the stars of Varda lighting my way
In all the realms this is where I stay
In the realm of Manwë Súlimo












sawan66278
Registered User

Apr 25 2009, 9:10pm

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The Road goes on and ever on...and Fictional Frontiers is truly thankful... [In reply to] Can't Post

Smile"My dear Bagginses and Boffins, Tooks and Brandybucks, Grubbs, Chubbs, Hornblowers, Bolgers, Bracegirdles and Proudfoots."...um, Proudfeet!

What can I say? We, including and especially myself, are proud and honored to be working with TORn...and have no doubt: those involved are the elements that make it truly special. Passionate, respectful, and insightful...they embody the best of Tolkien...and I am so thankful to be part of their Fellowship. However, unlike the Fellowship that came to an end with the crowning of Aragorn, our Fellowship will continue...and grow...and be the wellspring of friendship for us all.

While I've worked directly with Chris, Mike, Deleece, and Larry...let me say: the whole is certainly more than its parts...though its parts are indeed mighty.

My friends of TORn...I will continue to follow you my brothers and sisters, my captains, my kings...

Sohaib and the team at Fictional Frontiers


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