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11-01-2007 @ 6:10PM
My library system is in its first year or so of "web 2.0", and while some of it makes sense to libraries, I'm not sure I think WoW would benefit from librarians in particular. From a "what-if" standpoint, it would be interesting to sit at work and answer WoW related questions while chilling in Orgrimmar. Need to know where to find a certain weapon? Ask A Librarian! Want to know what level rogues get Sprint? Ask A Librarian!From a realistic standpoint, libraries around the country offer game guides and free internet access already. To offer more than that seems like a waste of resources in my opinion.
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