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Michael Martinez is a Search Engine Optimization theorist, Tolkien researcher, and Web marketer.
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I am a writer and search optimization theorist. My published works cover topics such as Business Basic programming, Hercules and Xena, and the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.

On the Web I have been active in science fiction and fantasy fandom as well as search engine optimization and online marketing.
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Published 2 books and 2 ebooks.
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Q: Were There any Cultural Differences between Arnor and Gondor? ANSWER: While this may seem like a simple, straight-forward question I am not sure what the asker is really trying to discover. “Culture” is defined in various ways as the collective…
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I often point out to people that “absence of denial proves nothing” when dealing with some of the more ridiculous arguments people make about what they want to find in J.R.R. Tolkien’s writings. For example, you might believe that Tom Bombadil is one of…
I often point out to people that "absence of denial proves nothing" when dealing with some of the more ridiculous arguments people make about what they want to find in J.R.R. Tolkien's writings. Fo...
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Q: Why Did Sauron Need a Road from Barad-dur to Sammath Naur? ANSWER: Regardless of whether you believe Sauron was a floating disembodied eye, a dark-shaped humanoid giant, or a whispy bit of fog on a cloudy night, there is one inescapable fact from…
Q: Why Did Sauron Need a Road from Barad-dur to Sammath Naur? ANSWER: Regardless of whether you believe Sauron was a floating disembodied eye, a dark-shaped humanoid giant, or a whispy bit of fog o...
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Q: Why Did the Fellowship Not Take any Maps with Them? ANSWER: This question does not come up very often but when it does I never seem to find time to talk about it. And I don’t get the impression that many people are satisfied with whatever discussions…
Q: Why Did the Fellowship Not Take any Maps with Them? ANSWER: This question does not come up very often but when it does I never seem to find time to talk about it. And I don't get the impression ...
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Warning: This is an SEO test designed only for the most advanced Web marketers.  Anyone else may pass the test by using common sense. Disclaimer: No animals
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Q: Did J.R.R. Tolkien Invent the Name Éowyn? ANSWER: No, J.R.R. Tolkien did not invent the name “Éowyn”. Most Tolkien fans believe that Tolkien devised this name from two Old English (Anglo-Saxon) words, eoh (“horse”) and wynn (“joy”) but if you scan the…
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Since even some mainstream news media sites are now reporting on Google's April 21 deadline for making Web content "mobile friendly" we can assume that a lot of
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The often overlooked Yorkshire connections of The Hobbit creator JRR Tolkien were celebrated by students who gathered in a Leeds pub to sing a drinking song he had penned.
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Andre Norton had a profound impact on both golden age and modern science fiction and fantasy.  She is credited with being an influence on almost every major science fiction and fantasy franchise from Star Trek to Stargate.  She died on March 17, 2005 and today her friends and fans remember her with special tribute commentaries.  But you'll also find a previously unpublished short story there, "Fanus".  Enjoy, remember, and be inspired.

http://www.andre-norton-books.com/
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Q: How Did Bilbo and Frodo Support Themselves? ANSWER: One word - plastics. Sorry, wrong movie. There is no precise, canonical description of the source of Bilbo and Frodo's wealth (from their fami...
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I have been here several times over the years. Rarely have I had to wait long, usually only when a lot of people were sick with flu and colds. The front desk staff behave professionally but do not engage in chit chat with the patients. The quality of care may vary by doctor and workload. You CAN request to see a specific doctor but you should call ahead to see when the one you want is available (by day) as the doctors may alternate between offices. The best times to go are during "off" hours. Most people see the doctor early in the morning, around lunch time, or late in the afternoon. They will email your prescriptions to your pharmacy. Only had a mixup once and they straightened that out as soon as I brought it to their attention. They can do some diagnostic testing on-site and usually get other test results back within 24 hours. I am pretty sure a lot of local people use this facility as their regular doctor's office.
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Very good dining experience. The food was well-made and lacked that bland Americanized quality so much "Asian" food has at mass appeal restaurants. They make the food the way they learned how in China. As Chinese buffets go, this was probably the best I have ever eaten at. I'll go back again.
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