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3-23-2012 @ 10:46AM
I love all the WoW Insider staff and love the site, but I have to agree with you. I hate saying things like that about my favorite sites but the way they presented the info they had was done very poorly. I didn't notice much until I checked other WoW sites for info and found those sites had a significant amount more than WoW Insider. Very disappointing.@eperson.christopher: I agree with you also. WoW Insider is indeed a blog but still a job with employees. And as employees of WoW Insider, it was their responsibility to get the information from the event and get it out to the readers. Again, it kills me to say it because this far and away my favorite WoW site (and one of my favorite sites in general) but they really dropped the ball on this one. The beta is out and we'll soon have more info than we will know what to do with but honestly if people on the staff have lost interest in the game then they step down or be replaced.
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