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T.I.M.E. – Today In Middle-Earth History Calendar

March 10, 2012 at 2:41 pm by newsfrombree  - 

Today we are proud to formally announce a new feature on TheOneRing.net called ‘T.I.M.E.’ – the Today in Middle-earth Calendar! Created as a Google calendar (so you can subscribe, set reminders and share) we hope this calendar will serve as your one-stop reference point for Middle-earth events on any given day of the year. From The Hobbit to The Lord of the Rings and beyond, we’ve got significant events galore. But wait…there’s more! The project does not simply tell you about the event, it also links you to discussion threads on our very own forums, allow you to discuss the history of Middle-earth with over 7500+ of your closest Tolkien fanatic friends. This calendar came together thanks to the extremely hard work of staffers Magpie, Grammaboodawg and Kelvarhin. So dive on it, and make it a habit to check our Today in Middle-earth Calendar! [TIME Calendar]

Posted in Creations, Events, Fans, Headlines, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, TheOneRing.net Announcements, TheOneRing.net Community, Tolkien on March 10, 2012 by T.I.M.E. – Today In Middle-Earth History Calendar | Discuss
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3 responses to “T.I.M.E. – Today In Middle-Earth History Calendar”

  1. Yayagal250 says:

    So how about a little credit for grammaboodawg, who’s been doing exactly this for ten years now?

  2. chrispirrotta says:

    Did you miss the mention of her name in the text of the post? “This calendar came together thanks to the extremely hard work of staffers Magpie, Grammaboodawg and Kelvarhin”

  3. TrekBeatTK says:

    Not to be an incredible nerd, but does this calendar take into account the differences between our calendar and the Shire calender? That is, the fact that all hobbit months have 30 days and such. For example, if we were to assume that our January 1st corresponds to the monthless second day of Yule, then March 25th will fall two days off on our calendar (or 3 in leap year).

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