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1-15-2010 @ 9:21AM
I was going to apply for the Lore position, but I've decided I just don't have quite the mental library for it yet. I'm still at the stage where I'll read something new and my brain will light up as it connects multiple other lore points I'm already familiar with. It's exciting, but I gather you're looking more for someone who can give you oodles of information about any Warcraft topic you could come up with off the top of their head.However, if the new lore columnist doesn't work out after a few months and, in that time, I've been able to assimilates scads of lore information, I'll be gunning for their job somethin' fierce. ;)Good luck to everyone who's applying!
1-15-2010 @ 9:23AM
*slays the last "s" on "assimilate" with a scowl*Stupid lack of an edit button... not exactly the kind of impression I'd like to make if I EVER hope to write for wow.com. :-(
1-15-2010 @ 9:33AM
Ha, I was just reading the application process and one of the requirements is suggesting three improvements to wow.comI'd bet a steak dinner half the applicants mention adding a edit/delete button to comments.
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