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5-17-2010 @ 3:39PM
I really miss when World of WarCrafts had how-to guides on crafts to make related to the game. I don't know that the site needs both "WoW Moviewatch" and "WoW Mediawatch"
5-17-2010 @ 4:00PM
google.com"how-to [insert craft name here]" ENTER keyApply creativity and WoW theme.Post it online and get WoW.com to interview you about it because it's awesome.
5-17-2010 @ 4:11PM
Wow.comDisagree with current post/trend in postGet downvoted
5-27-2010 @ 7:56PM
Yeah.. like people are supposed to give a thumbs up to a whinny post they disagreed with.
5-17-2010 @ 11:51PM
5-18-2010 @ 12:14AM
Possibly, any complaints you have about the direction wow.com is taking should be submitted to an author, editor, or in one of the (rare) posts about wow.com's direction. Not in a showcase of a composer's music, which you just rudely shoved aside to make room for your unrelated complaint.It's not Jejin's fault that his music was posted on warcrafts instead of 15 minutes of fame or as a standalone topic.I do think this belongs in 15 minutes of fame, not warcrafts, since (most) players can't do-it-themselves. But that's why you got downvoted.
5-18-2010 @ 12:18AM
Except my comment was about the article, which these comments are attached to. It is relevant to this post, and I have not "rudely pushed aside" anything. The comments section is not a limited space that needs to be left open so there's room for people to grovel at the feet of the featured party.
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