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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.
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