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6-26-2009 @ 5:59PM
From what I've read about the whole fiasco, it seems like what's been done has been a reaction to what he's done. A mass PM advertisement on the dual-boxing.com site, not to mention reports of spoofing emails to further advertise the software. That would be why he was banned from the site, which is completely reasonable--It's against the forum rules. Solid ICE Technologies pays to advertise KeyClone on the dual-boxing.com site, and the company/program seems to be well-accepted by the community.As well, there was a lot of edit warring on WoWWiki's multiboxing article (the application and removal of links, on both sides I might add). Reading through the edits, it just seems that the Pwnboxer links were just plastered wherever it might have been relevant. I skimmed over a lot of it, but it seems like he might have been stretching the truth through the article as well. I'm not sure on this, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and only ridicule the blatant plugging.The stream is entertaining for sure, you get to see multiboxing in action, he answers questions out of the chat channel, and everyone's having a bit of fun. The software looks solid (though I don't approve of the subscription-based plan when there's possible home-phoning involved, ESPECIALLY when keystrokes are involved), but I don't see anything new or amazing.
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