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4-24-2008 @ 7:15PM
Mike, as much as these articles are nice to people who only read WoW insider, they are really kind of annoying. I would prefer that the people who are paid to blog here don't just repost things from other sites. If I wanted to see what was going on on the forums or LJ, I would go there. You have done this twice in a row, presumably to fill your post count. The articles that you do think through yourself are often a lot better than rehashed theories from other people. Also, it spams my RSS feed. Thank you, have a nice day.
4-24-2008 @ 7:19PM
It's a meta blog. In otherwords, an aggregate blog. They're paid to do this. Same reason why I read slashdot. Because they aggregate all the news from other blogs and sources so I don't have to spend 100 hours a day on multiple sites looking for possible news.Think of it as a news filter.
4-24-2008 @ 9:36PM
Eternalpayn, as much as these comments are nice to people who love to complain, they are really kind of annoying. I would prefer that the people who are commenting on aggregate news blogs don't whine about news coming from other sources. If I wanted to go 1000 places to get my news, I wouldn't read WoW Insider. You have complained, presumably to try and make Mike look bad, but you just look silly. The comments that you do think through yourself are often a lot better than useless complaints. Also, it fills up my comments section with whiny BS. Thank you, have a nice day.
4-25-2008 @ 3:23AM
A lot of the WoW Ladies whose Livejournal posts are quoted/rehashed in these pages are unaware of the finer points of the Internet allowing for folks to wholesale reword their post as a blog post. It has been brought up here before, but the reposting continues, alas.
4-25-2008 @ 8:50AM
He's done this for much longer than merely two posts. It's a lost cause at this point.
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