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Re: TolkienNews.net headlines added to homepage
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I think I will give WordPress a go when I get a free weekend. I am getting learning my way around php and mysql databases at the moment, with the aim of making my bibliography database driven - I am making progress, but slowly!

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Re: TolkienNews.net headlines added to homepage
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I have been toying with the idea of using a blog as a method of publishing updates to TolkienBooks.net - and of producing a proper RSS feed. Any suggestions for a free or cheap (~$50) script? I am looking for something that I can incorporate into my site rather than a page on one of the big 'social networks'.

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It has been about 3 years since I did the bookshops in Oxford, but hopefully the following shops will still be there:

Oxfam Bookshop - on St. Giles - just down the road from the Bird and Baby.

There is a bookshop on Walton Street but I can't remember its name - about 10-15 minutes walk from Oxfam.

Blackwells - on Broad Steet - the main shop (next to the New Bodleian Library) has a great antiquarian/collectable section.

There are two shops at the Magdalen Bridge end of High Street, one of which is at the back of an antiques shop.

There is a paperback shop in the Covered Market and branches of Waterstones and Borders in the middle of town.

The Oxonmoot info booklet should include a map, but in the meantime you could try Multimap.

Hope this helps.

Posted on: 2007/2/27 13:17


Re: Priscilla signature on eBay?
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The second auction image does look a little odd, but the seller will hopefully explain if asked...

Here are a couple of images to compare with:

Image 1

Image 2

Posted on: 2007/2/21 13:32


Re: Nice handwritten letter on eBay
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Looks good to me although the seller is over-estimating the value a little I think!

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