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3-01-2011 @ 8:13AM
After playing and eventually quitting WoW long before they ever even talked about bringing out expansion packs, I came back at the very end of Wrath and went looking for a good WoW site to catch up on all the changes. I did the simplest thing possible: just typed in "www.wow.com", figuring that any website with that URL must be old and well-established. Obviously I ended up following WoW Insider through the subsequent URL change.As far as the effect it's had on me, it gives me something to do while eating lunch (glad for the mobile site), and I'm generally one of the first in my guild to know about upcoming patch changes. It's hard to say whether that's always a good thing though, because the earlier I find out about the next round of nerfs the longer I have to fume about it ;)
3-01-2011 @ 2:37PM
Mobile site?!?!? NOW my life is complete.
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