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    Post Fringe Links

    There are so many cool places to read Fringe-related stuff on the internet these days. And more sights, articles, and interviews keep popping up.
    In this thread I will list all non-video Fringe links.(It you want to see Fringe video links go to the "Fringe Videos" thread.
    Feel free to leave a note here and to post your own links.
    I do this because I enjoy reading about Fringe and want to share with you.

    Let's start with the Massive Dynamic website! Believe it or not MD has a real website. I read somewhere that you get a recorded phone message if you call them at the contact number listed on the site. If you try it post here and let us know what it says! I think it's a little spooky that a Massive Dynamic website exists, don't you?

    www.massivedynamic.com

    OK. The next link is to the official Fringe page on Fox Television's wesite. This has been updated since I last visited a week or two ago. If you like wallpaper and graphics you will like this site. Lots of nice Fringe character pics. Several of these posters are on sale on Ebay(I'll add that link too). Enjoy!

    Fox's Fringe page
    www.fox.com/fringe/

    Ebay link to Fringe items
    http://shop.ebay.com/items/_Fringe
    There's alot of fringe stuff on ebay because of fringy clothing. On the sidebar click on "Entertainment Memorabilia" and all the "Fringe" TV realted items come up.

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    That Massive Dynamic website is cool. I can't believe they did that. I assume someone at Fox put it together? I didn't see anything that said specifically who did it. I had to call the number. You know what they say about curiosity lol.

    The message says something like "Happy holiday's to you and your family from Massive Dynamics. Your information has been recorded. Thanks for calling and again happy holidays." Obviously someone has been ignoring the message lol. But it's still pretty cool.
    "Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. Thatís why we call it the present."

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    Re: Fringe Links

    Hi whitefire,
    It is cool, isn't it? I was fiddling on the computer one night and just for the heck of it Googled "Massive Dynamic" and was totally shocked to see that website.
    *laughs* I'm glad you called the phone number and shared that here, thanks.

    Hey, if you have any other Fringe links/websites you want to share please post them here. I keep finding new stuff all the time. I guess that's what happens when the show takes a recess.

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    OK. There are some other interesting Fringe-related websites I want to share with you.
    Next up, "Fringe Television," the website. This is a cool website. My favorite thing so far are the "easter eggs."

    According to fringetelevision.com, easter eggs "are hidden content intentionally inserted by the creators of Fringe." And there apparently are alot of them! I will soon be putting easter egg video links in the "video links" thread.

    To find them on the Fringe Television website, click on "easter eggs" in the category side-bar on the home page.
    The rest of the website is also interesting.

    So check out Fringe Television, the website:
    http://www.fringetelevision.com/

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    Fan Art.
    I love good fan art, don't you?
    There's some good Fringe Fan Art showing up all over the internet. I will try to put several links in this thread.

    This beautiful Peter/Olivia ( or "Bolivia") pic was made by "trilliane." She has a Live Journal page but I couldn't log in today to thank her. She says I can borrow it as long as I give her credit-certainly! This is beautiful work, trilliane. If you'd like to link us to more of your Fringe work, please do!

    If anyone reading here has any Fringe fan art to link us to, please post.

    "Peter & Olivia" by trilliane
    http://img136.imageshack.us/img136/6...roliviamj1.jpg

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    How's your French? Your Italian?
    Fringe websites are popping up on the internet from other countries. So far I've found two such sites-one from France and one from Italy. I like the format of the Italian one a little bit better-it's easier to navigate. And they get 10,000 bonus points for including links to a previous GQ spread of Joshua Jackson(he looks very good in a suit) and an interesting Cosmopolitan interview with him. Enjoy!

    French Fringe website
    http://www.seriefringe.com/

    Italian Fringe website
    http://fringeitalia.org/

    Italian Fringe website-link to Joshua Jackson in GQ magazine
    http://www.fringegallery.netsons.org...ls.php?album=8

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    I admit it. I LOVE the fringetlevision.com website!
    It is truly satisfying during this olympic-sized hiatus.

    Dated today is a delightul interview with Jared Harris AKA "Mr. Jones," my absolute favorite Fringe villian(after Walter Bishop, of course).

    Directly below this is a mention that Entertainment Weekly has praised Fringe in its 2/27 issue with an article entitled,
    "Fringe: Top 10 Things Entertainment Weekly Loves."

    I cannot find this article in its entirety anywhere on the web. If someone has this issue with this Fringe article would you please post it?

    link for Jared Harris interview and mention of Fringe in Entertainment Weekly

    http://www.fringetelevision.com/

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    Stupid hiatus!
    Like the Energizer bunny it keeps going and going.

    Fortunately there's more cool "Fringe" stuff to read on the internet. Like a nice article by Maureen Ryan from the Chicago Tribue dated February 24th.
    Read the whole thing because there's a good Q&A with Jeff Pinkner, one of the show's executive producers, towards the end. I like how he wants to give only a teeny bit of info so as to not give anything away.

    I can't end the waiting, but I can link you to good "Fringe" stuff to read. Enjoy!

    link to:Keeping up with Mr. Jones: Details on "Fringe"'s future
    http://featuresblogs.chicagotribune....ver-jones.html

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