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6-12-2009 @ 10:09AM
Well as you say, there's plenty of guild hosting services out there that provide forums and additional features such as raid scheduling. The main difference between Twitter and other online communication is not speed or efficiency but that it is meant to be an open, public speaking place where you can listen to people without an invite or password. That conveys certain advantages for celebrities, micro-bloggers and anyone with another web service that they want to promote - where they want the readership to be as wide as possible. Twitter fans also claims "news" spreads faster on their network than on private networks as they are more "connected", which is debatable.Anyway, I can't honestly see any of these advantages pertaining to WoW. It just looks like some enterprising individuals are just hoping to jump on the Twitter publicity bandwagon.That said, it takes time, money, determination and organisation to setup your own business, so you have to give them kudos for that and wish them the best.
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