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Moved Blog

So, here we are. Due to the Middle-earth Network shutting down social-network operations, I had to move the “News and Updates” section to my own website. In this process, I got another subdomain for my website, installed WordPress 4.0 on it, then mucked around until it became something resembling the

Aduna and an Essay

I finished the research on Adûna pronunciation… 2 years ago? A while ago, anyways. I forgot to make a pronunciation guide page for it. Without further ado, here it is! Adûna Pronunciation You’ll notice that there aren’t any notes on the stress patterns. Unfortunately, Tolkien never described them. I also

Phrasebook Downtime

The phrasebook database will be down for an hour starting 2PM GMT. Phil will be making the URLs for specific sections of the phrasebook easier to link to. This is part of a larger project to make the phrasebooks more accessible in different ways, especially for screen-reader programs. Some other

I’m back! and SPAM

Hi! I’m back from my adventures going to school, doing NaNoWriMo (I won!), and getting surgery (bi-lateral breast-reduction). I’m still a little sore from surgery, but I don’t need the powerful pain meds that make me extremely loopy. Therefore, I have given myself a green light to go back to

Hard Drive Donation Drive

Notice: Our donation goals have been met! Thank you everyone who helped out, you’re life’swork-savers! More info here! If you’re wondering what this is about, read this post first: http://realelvish.mymiddleearth.com/2013/07/19/help/ Our goal is to raise $850, so my spouse and I can afford to eat and pay rent and save

Help!

Notice: Our donation goals have been met! Thank you everyone who helped out, you’re life’swork-savers! More info here! I need help. I lost all of the files on my computer – it’s dying, and I was expecting that, so I had backed them up. Then my external hard-drive died. According

Bills Paid

Thanks to a generous donation from “Liberty of the USA”, Merin Essi ar Quenteli! is able to keep its doors open for another year! You can view the list of donors (first names and country of origin only) here. Thank you for helping keep our website going! Máriessë ar márienna!