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11-01-2007 @ 4:47PM
Hey, thanks for the shout-out! That was my post to wow_ladies. I was pretty surprised/happy that WoW was mentioned at the Internet Librarian conference. Gaming in libraries is a big topic right now. Especially in the public library, one of our missions is to *entertain* the public (hence why we collect popular DVDs and fiction). Why shouldn't gaming be included in that mission? Especially if it gets teens and adults into the library to learn and read about other things. (And besides, WoW takes some serious learning sometimes... I learn something new every day online.)And FYI: I'm a librarian; I have a master's degree--and I don't play WoW at work. I don't have time. My library was ranked number one in the nation in our population group last year. But when my WoW-playing patrons come in, it's in my best interest to point them to great resources like WoW Insider!
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