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7-03-2008 @ 8:15AM
@Hurode: It totally can be. It just gets to me when someone says something isn't "news". The definition of news is "a report of a recent event". So even blog posts have news in them. To tell someone to interperate information as non-news is silly. Just like it would not be weird for someone to say "Did you hear the news? There is a rumor on the Wow Insider blog that the beta might be coming soon."Just a pet peeve, obviously.
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