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10-23-2007 @ 4:45PM
lol@everyonesorry, I'm obviously asking too much from wowinsider to cite their sources. I suppose that because they "do it better" than all the other wow blogs, that is justification enough for when they don't.@9: I obviously did post the youtube video myself and thats why im upset. It has nothing to do with asking a web blog that is read by a large wow audience to straighten up their journalistic integrity. @10: I AM presupposing that Mike didn't just wander onto this little gem outside of lj. I find it curious that anytime a new wow video is posted on the lj community, that not more than a few hours later, it shows up on here... sometimes cited, sometimes not. In all fairness to me, and my position, all I'm asking for is for wowinsider to "lead the way" in terms of not just ripping off info and claiming it as their own. From what I've seen, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that this particular video, as well as a few other instances prior to this, we're blatantly taken from the lj community without proper citation. It's not difficult to do, but it does require a little bit of footwork.
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