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9-13-2010 @ 3:33PM
O.O Wow, did not see that coming.
9-13-2010 @ 6:14PM
WoW.com was merely a setback!Or would that be AOL was merely a setback?
9-13-2010 @ 8:58PM
Does this mean we may see the return of mike shram the original badass of the wow insider show since he left to joystiq.
9-13-2010 @ 11:11PM
@BigBadGoozGods let's hope not. I had pretty much stopped listening to the wow insider before the new team took over and made it awesome again. Lore discussion FTW mate.
9-14-2010 @ 1:53AM
WTB Turpster :*(
9-14-2010 @ 3:00AM
This is very strange news:1. Wowinsider goes under the joystiq banner2. wow.com belongs to AOL and now wowinsider needs to move and inconvenience all the readers.The only way I'm reading this is that AOL is trying to sell off joystiq, or wow.com domain, or both.
9-14-2010 @ 3:50AM
I sure hope that wow.com still works. Why give up such a great url and force us in to using the suburl. It's a really bad idea from all standpoints.
9-14-2010 @ 5:40AM
@dristranI agree about the rich lore. One of the reasons i absolutely disliked turpster he was not too hip about digging into it. However if lore is what you want you could spend days at wowwikki I've found that a entertaining site.
9-14-2010 @ 3:19PM
I sometimes forget that AOL is still around. I much perferred wow.com. I stopped reading joystiq so long ago, mainly because of all the flame wars going on with posts. That doesn't happen here, but being merged back into the dreadfully awful mother ship... well... hopefully this blog doesn't go down the sh!t hole.
9-14-2010 @ 4:55PM
@DarkharmonyThis move is called "bad advertising" but AOL wouldn't know anything about that.o.O
9-15-2010 @ 10:11AM
I really want to know the main reason for this change.
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