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9-16-2010 @ 1:05PM
Thumbs up for the Hitchhiker's Guide reference.
9-16-2010 @ 1:06PM
9-16-2010 @ 1:30PM
"Why did WoW Insider switch domains?"42.
9-16-2010 @ 2:02PM
So, does that make massively.com the red headed stepchild? why aren't they getting tagged in with the rest. And i always thought it was:(aol games(Massively(joystiq & wowinsider) ) )
9-16-2010 @ 2:18PM
So long WoW.com... and thanks for all the Fish ;-)
9-16-2010 @ 4:56PM
I love it when my question gets answered!!! =DDitto Teoita. Now if only Blizz would release the name Fenchurch on my server...
9-16-2010 @ 9:01PM
Unfortunately we will probably never learn the real reason until the NDA wears off (probably never) or someone leaves AOL and blabs.I suspect the real reason is that AOL feels it's sitting on a gold mine with WOW.COM and want to exploit it for a lot more revenue then what it currently gets from the displayed ad revenue. So please spare us the platitudes and assurances - you got screwed and we know it. The truth may appear when we find out what AOL does with the old domain name.
9-16-2010 @ 9:34PM
Yea...so tru....changing domain to potentially get another billion hits when:no one got laid offno one got a pay cutand they still provide the same great content...yea....they totally got screwed.....
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