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4-10-2009 @ 5:43PM
What's with these bloggers posting publicly that they "know" what the next expansion is, but won't share?Are their duties to their readers or Blizzard? Because if they're not paid by Blizzard, and they're the proprietors of well-read blogs, you'd think they'd have the interest of the readers at heart. If not, they should be getting a check from Blizzard's PR department.Reminds me of the Mike Schramm post where he told us he'd had some sort of "off the record" conversation with one of Blizzard's IT people, and couldn't share the top secret contents of their discussion, but oh by the way, the New York Times happened to write an article with that very same information, with no qualms about releasing it.Point is, you should decide whether you're an impartial journalist or a bunch of fanboys/fangirls.
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