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5-23-2009 @ 11:05AM
New layout is fine, got used to it. I don't think the profile thing is comparable witha facebook/myspace thing at all though. I expected a bit more to be honest. I can't find a way to search for other people, once I'm on my characters page, it's not letting me get back to main page of profiles because it'd always get me back to my characters page, the quest/zone/level etc. automatic posts are completely unneccessary in my opinion because those events happen every few minutes and it will overwhelm the "real" blog posts and on the front page it says "posted less than a second ago" for every message even though this can't be true. My almost biggest problem is the adds and especially the "around the web" box below the profile thing. it's not much noticeable while reading WoWInsider but on the profile it's annoying me quite a bit.. Basically, it just seems too small to me. It seems more like just a simple forum profile with some extras like the gallery. (which you have on some forums as well)I think it's a really nice idea to have a facebook/myspace thing for WoW, especially here since everyone knows this website but I don't think it's put into practice well.Sorry for so much critics, I think it's a nice idea though.
5-23-2009 @ 11:09AM
Didn't know much about facebook, I thought it'd be like myspace, my mistake. Just looked it up and it seems to be quite different.
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