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11-06-2008 @ 10:23AM
Please let me start out by saying that most of the people debating in this thread seem to have Wowinsider's best interests in mind. We all have different opinions and priorities, which is a good thing.@ Zali: I don't know if you've noticed, but:1. Wowinsider is part of of an extensive corporate network of entertainment/technology blogging. (Weblogs, Inc.)2. This is professional in the literal sense; look at all of the advertising all around, which generates revenue for Weblogs, Inc. Also, Mr. Holisky gets paid for his work.3. And, yes... this is news, as well as entertainment. Has Wowinsider established the journalistic credibility of the NY Times? No, of course not... But I don't traffic nytimes.com and provide them with hits and banner clicks when I am looking for news and information about WoW.4. If you post grammar/spelling errors on a professional blog, people are going to call you out on it. And that's a good thing. -Also, notice how Mr. Holisky did NOT negatively respond to Cow's notice of errors. He simply fixed it, AND left Cow's posts intact. I've been very happy with they way Mr. Holisky's writing has improved since he started writing for Wowinsider.I like Wowinsider, a lot. I read it far more than Massively or Mmo-champion, and I care for the integrity of this site. I try to keep my comments positive, but I will stand up, when I think support for someone's opinion is justified. Finally, I don't think that any of us want the internet to turn into "wtf dats ghey, welcum to teh intarwebz..." / Ok? Thanks. Bye.
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