This web site is a tribute to the literature
of Stephen R. Donaldson, to which I assume
he or his publishing company own legal
copyrights, writs, addenda, ad nauseum. I
make no claim of any kind or nature to the
title "the Land", any text or images
contained within this web site.
I do not make any money from this
web site whatsoever.
I'm not a lawyer or an expert on intellectual property rights, but I am a fair-minded individual who absolutely respects the rights of authors and artists to own, possess and profit from their work. If notified that the use of quotes or images is in violation of copyright or contrary to the wishes of the author/artist I will immediately remove them. Please send me an e-mail at the_Land@hotmail.com
Please note the "Discussion Page" link on the right menu takes you to a forum that is not hosted by me, it was set up and is managed by the good folks at www.kevinswatch.com. I have no control or influence of any kind over it and I post messages there the same as any other user. Thusly I am not responsible for what occurs there, other than what I post.
Something else that should be 'disclaimered' is the counter I installed on the main center page. Webcounter is a great service for tracking page accesses and it passes my "Three Rules For a Good Web Application" test. That is to say it is free, installs easily (less than 5 minutes for me), and is highly configurable ... thus I recommend it to anyone wanting such a service. In particular I've configured it to count only "new" web accesses, in other words if a user comes in and looks at 10 or 20 pages in my web site the counter should only record a single 'hit'. I'm not absolutely sure this is the case since I don't have, or want, a way to track who is coming in and accessing pages, but it seems to be working. I access up to 30 pages in a single session sometimes when tinkering with the site and at the end of the day I'm only seeing a couple of new hits. So don't expect a big fat number at the bottom, but it should be a decent sample of how many different folks have visited. Selah.