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3-13-2008 @ 9:17AM
As someone who finds multiboxing very intriguing, I'm glad to hear that Blue has made (yet another?) post on their stance on the practice. I've dualboxed before and enjoyed it immensely, but haven't been able to do anything large.Also, is it just me or can no one else find a link to the Blue post itself? I'd be curious to read it to see the specifics.
3-13-2008 @ 9:19AM
Hmm, looks like the same article about two-manning Karazhan is linked twice, instead of the Blue post. Maybe that's the confusion? Thanks!
3-13-2008 @ 10:27AM
Yeah, that's just the usual WOW Insider quality linking we've all come to expect from this fine crowd. Linking to other pages on the site? Sure thing! Linking to the actual article the frickin' blog post is about? That's, like. Complicated. Here's a WowWiki page instead!*sigh*
3-13-2008 @ 12:34PM
Kyol,there is a "read" link at the bottom of the article.Baffels me how people always miss it...>.
3-13-2008 @ 5:26PM
Yeah, but it's not the expected link in the sentence that mentions what you'd _think_ would be the link to the forum message: "[...]as Blizzard poster Belfaire has stated in no uncertain terms that Blizzard has no problem with the practice in a post on the customer service forums." Up to that point it's fairly reasonable where the links go - a reference back to recent coverage of multiboxing, linking to prior coverage of the debate over multiboxing and a link to the definition of multiboxing, fine, but then it comes to a screeching halt when the "Blizzard has no problem" link directs you to a destination that has already been linked. It wouldn't be _as_ bad if the author didn't indulge in link spaghetti after that point, but I'm not going to scrub over every link looking for the one that's the magical link to the referenced forum discussion.
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