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3-01-2011 @ 9:01AM
I used to only look at WoW Insider sporadically when I started raiding. When I became a chief officer in my guild, articles like "Officer's Quarters" helped me to become a better officer and leader, instead of just being the recruitment girl who worked behind the scenes because she was too shy and afraid and self-conscious. But even then, my readership was sporadic.When my daughter was born a little over a year ago, I started reading WoW Insider A LOT. The majority of it was from the KYL series. I needed something I could read out loud to the baby that was intriguing-- if not to her, at least to me; but it also needed to be something that didn't require holding something open and, even worse, page turning. Have you tried holding a baby at the proper angle while turning the page of a book yet managing to keep the bottle in her mouth? Without some practice, it's fairly difficult! So, WoW Insider and Wowwiki (now Wowpedia) were my first reading materials of choice. (Pushing the down arrow key is a lot easier than trying to turn a page. Trust me.)Now, I've got sucked in to commenting on this and that if a particular thought strikes me and being a (hopefully) constructive part of the community.
3-01-2011 @ 9:03AM
Ugh, did I really just use "sporadic" twice in the same paragraph? Well, technically, it was "sporadically" and "sporadic," but still... I hate it when I don't catch things like that before hitting the "submit" button. >_
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