Here it is! The moment Hobbit fans around the world have been anxiously waiting for!
A Message from Middle-Earth
and the stars of
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies!
So there you have it! Answering the question that has long been on everyone’s lips: WHERE will the final Hobbit premiere take place? It seems London is the location of choice and the date is set for December 1st! And even more exciting, is the news that fans will have the opportunity to enter a contest for a chance at attending this monumentally milestone event in Peter Jackson-Tolkien-Lord Of The Rings- Hobbit history. Not only will the cast from The Hobbit film series be there, but the cast and creatives…
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I live very near Lake Ontario and while the foliage map for NY State shows most of the state past peak, it says that we are at peak by the shore of Lake Ontario. I don’t think we are at peak yet because there is still a lot of green. When I took this picture Lake Ontario was just behind me.
The geese were a bonus 🙂
I’m really writing this post because I hit two milestones today. 100 posts here on WordPress (who would have thought) and 1,000 posts on Tumblr. Of course it’s not all original as reblogs count. Still, I am amazed that I have had that many posts! Thanks to all who have encouraged me 🙂
This morning I got an email from another Armitage blogger who wishes to remain anonymous telling me about a Digital Millennium Copyright Act Takedown Notice that she received from her blogging platform. I am publishing this post at her suggestion, with her full knowledge, so that you can know what steps were taken both by her platform and by her, on the off chance that it comes up again for someone. It’s better to be armed with knowledge so that you know what’s required rather than being caught unawares and freaking out. Please note that I am not a lawyer and this is not intended as legal advice. Rather, I’m breaking down the steps taken by the copyright holder to protect his or her work, the steps taken by the host platform to comply with the law, and the steps taken by the blogger. All examples I use below are…
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