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Amazon.co.uk has Children of Húrin Super Deluxe
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I'll update here if/when pre-orders are available online. It may be that these are distributed through the publisher directly and not through Amazon, so stay tuned.

Posted on: 2007/11/2 13:01
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Re: reCaptcha
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I had the same problem with reCaptcha, so I have some debugging to do if I keep it. It is only turned on for the Blog comments right now, so it shouldn't affect other areas of the site while I play with it.

Thanks for the tip on JS SpamBlock, I will definitely look into that. I do agree that the text can be hard to read and can sometimes be a pain, but I like reCaptcha for three reasons - one, it does the obvious (make sure there us a human on the other side), two it can play audio hints for the visually impaired, and three the words you type are actually used for text scanning verification - every time a user responds to reCaptcha, a document scanned by OCR is checked out to make sure the text was read properly.

In general I get a huge amount of comment spam and discussion forum spam. In fact, there is one spam software app out there somewhere that registers fake users automatically that I am currently fighting off. I filter it all by hand right now, so I need some automated help. Feedback on what systems people like is always appreciated!

Posted on: 2007/11/2 12:46
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Re: eBay and Tolkien collecting
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Mmmmmm... Hobbitses. Tasty hobbitses.

Let me know when you put them up for sale and I can list them here as well (like I did for Wellinghall) if you want.

Posted on: 2007/11/2 1:59
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Re: Proof copies of all three LOTR volumes for auction
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Update - the final hammer price was $21,000 so including the 20% buyers premium someone paid a total of $25,200 for the set.

Not a bad price for all three, I think. I hope they end up in a good home.

Posted on: 2007/10/31 10:18
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eBay and Tolkien collecting
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Your answers here will help me figure out what level of integration with eBay seems appropriate for the site. Do you use eBay a lot for collecting? A little? Buying? Selling? Both? Longer responses here in the forums are useful too!

Posted on: 2007/10/30 22:04
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