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11-19-2011 @ 4:01AM
I can understand a preference for audio. Really, I can.I can understand a preference to see it pop up in itunes if you use it excessively and hardly bother with the website except specific columns.So Clockw0rk, this comment is not for you, but I feel a need to reply here for the sake of those who replied to you.Now granted, I've not watched a vidcast on itunes, so I'm not sure how well it looks or how well it works, so maybe I'm missing something.This video is 5 minutes long. WoW Moviewatch videos tend to be longer. Reading an article on the website tends to take longer. It's youtube, so... flash is the only thing you need? Works in all web browsers that are on non-tablet computers? And I know you have one of those if you play WoW.Why does anyone feel the need to grab this on the go just because audio can be listened to on the go? It's not long enough to really bother with. It's short. It's to the point. If I have 5 minutes to read an article, I don't really feel chained to watch a video instead as long as it's nicely edited, etc. If it was longer, then sure. Audio or at least itunes or other grab and go. I'm just saying that coming to the website and clicking play doesn't seem worth getting upset over or going to extra trouble to check itunes when I consider that I listened to this video all the way through again while typing this. It's that short.
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