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5-19-2010 @ 10:27PM
I have a question for the magazine: "Why do you exist?"
5-19-2010 @ 10:31PM
That too. Print is dead, after all.
5-19-2010 @ 10:54PM
If print is dead, then the Economist is some sort of scary zombie publication, growing stronger and more powerful as it shuffles along.
5-19-2010 @ 11:10PM
It's not dead... it's resting.
5-19-2010 @ 11:50PM
Print publication isn't dead, it's just no longer the primary means by which people receive their news and information from. People today want their info from a variety of sources. How many of you just visit WoW.com? Answer: Very few to none. How many of you visit MMO-C, WoW.com, and a few others? Answer: The vast majority of you. The point here is that there's always room for more well produced content in our world, and the WoW Magazine is doing this nicely.Now, do I think they're a source for WoW news? No. Do I think they provide as good of analysis as WoW.com, or as interesting datamining endevors as MMO-C? No. But do they present neat information well stylized and written by smart folks? Yup! That's there thing, and they're doing a great job.
5-20-2010 @ 3:55AM
It exists because the content is actually good, well written and free from the public masses whining. For example the current magazine includes:-9 Page article on the quest creation process, how they work and what they have learnt-16 page article on the dragons of WoW with family trees and a general whos-who-Whats changing around the work in cataclysm-Guide to pugs-Guide to arena-Lots of fold out glossy artwork-10 page article on lore of the titans-Guide for "for the alliance/for the horde"-Complete ICC guide-Guide to WSGetc etcIf don't like the idea of it i guess you just don't, some people like having something they can have sat on their coffee table to flick through.
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