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11-16-2009 @ 8:20PM
you are probably reading the articles directly on wow.comI read it via a blog reader (Google/reader). Roughly every day there are 15-20 wow.com articles - I only read the summary part, and ONLY expand the articles that are of interest to me via clicking the link back to wow.com website.Short version is great as a summary. I don't read all 20 articles daily...The long version brings me to wow.com to read the entire article, comment with fellow readers (such as this), and they get the ad revenue.I'm even more selective if I go on a weekend trip and return with 60 unread articles... then I only read the summary based on the subject that are of interest to me, and mark all other remaining as 'read'.
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