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2-10-2009 @ 5:51PM
I was never a fan of the apps that forced you to add them before doing anything. I've always made my apps (since they've allowed it anyway) viewable by those who are curious so you aren't forced into that vicious cycle of add and hand me all your info.If you follow the link to me, you can go straight into the app for example in 'Public' mode.For those unwary of showing off everything, there are settings -- for example you can tell it not to publish to your wall at all, and in app you can modify per-toon privacy settings (see http://apps.facebook.com/hearthstone/news/13/item) to further restrict (though it's not fully guaranteed ;>).It's not for everyone, there is definitely those who strictly want to keep their WoW time separate and anonymous (I mean how many of your guildies full names do you even know?), but there are those who play with a close circle who do want everyone knowing when they sneeze, and there are yet others who just want the world to know how great they are too!Some users (though I'll mention it is against facebooks policy) create a separate facebook account just for their hearthstone -- that way you get all the history features (a log of when you leveled, and what gear you've worn for example) layered on top of the armory dataset without ever having it mixed with your day to day social network. That can also then be used for bloggers to embed their toon on their blogs with a nice wowhead style tooltip.
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