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Breakfast Topic: The curious phenomenon of "reverse burnout" {WoW}

May 10th 2011 9:45AM I must have killed Vanessa 20 times before those damn bracers dropped. The day after I got them, I got the bracers from Chimaeron, thus making the ones I'd worked so hard for obsolete.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 9: Fishing Chair loot code {WoW}

Dec 30th 2010 7:39PM I love you, WoW Insider.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 4: Landro's Gift Box {WoW}

Dec 26th 2010 6:22PM Yay for an international contest!

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 3: Goblin Gumbo Kettle code {WoW}

Dec 25th 2010 5:18PM Pick me, Santa! I've been good this year!

Minecraft gets its own social network, Minecraftr {Joystiq}

Oct 15th 2010 4:11AM @Nytemare
That's no moon...

iPhone Monkey Island Special Edition 1 & 2 on sale {Joystiq}

Sep 17th 2010 4:58AM Bought it even though I have it on Steam. It's only a buck, maybe I'll get the urge to play it on the go. Also, LucasArts will hopefully see great sales on this and realize that a lot of people really dig adventure games.

Do you love or hate Safari 5's 'smarter' address bar? {}

Aug 28th 2010 6:34PM There is an extension that can fix this, it's called SMRT.
I've never used it, since I haven't found the feature to be annoying so far. The con is that you have to delete your history once before installing it for it to work.

Worst Phone Ever chronicles dropped iPhone calls {}

Jun 27th 2010 10:50AM You're right. This is data is useless statistically, because it's a self-selected sample. They're asking all the people who have had problems with dropped calls to upload their data to the site. The people who have had few or no dropped calls won't upload their data.

Apple posts WWDC 2010 keynote stream {}

Jun 8th 2010 9:07AM Direct links to the stream:

Just save the .mov files and open them in Quicktime, works very well. Apparently you can only post 3 URLs per comment here, so for streams of lower quality for those with slower connections or computers, check the link below.

Courtesy of Voidness of the MacRumors forums keynote checker (I'm not him):