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In defense of ignorance {WoW}

Dec 23rd 2009 5:44PM I have an alt healer and the biggest problem I've had is tanks not waiting for me to get mana even after I've said something. Last I checked, I can't heal without mana. I've had a couple of tanks die on me because they pulled a boss while I had like 1/3 or less of my mana. I'm a pretty good healer but not if I don't have the resources.

As far as DPS, my other toon is a DK and there've been times when I've been at the top and times when I've been at the bottom. Doesn't matter to me as long as we make it through.

The Twelve Days of Winter Veil: Day twelve {WoW}

Dec 23rd 2009 6:35AM OOh, pick me. Pick me!

WoW, Casually: Deciding to raid as a parent {WoW}

Nov 10th 2009 12:45PM I'm on Eitrigg as well and work from home (own my own business). I will often log on around lunch time or sometimes in the morning if work is slow. A few of my guildmates log on then as well, but not enough to get a full group together and sometimes they're at work and just checking on AH stuff anyway. I also like to play on weekend mornings around 7 server and it's hard to pug something then too. I'm Zalsonna--look me up sometime if you want to get a pug going.

Re: raiding time as a parent. I raid twice a week. I see guildies raiding more often with pugs. I'm not a fan of pugging a raid. My gear is good, but I've had enough experiences of being made fun of just because I'm not running 25s regularly that I avoid pugs for larger raids. My kids are older and so I don't have to tend to them the way I did when they were little, but we still have some family activities that I don't want to miss out on. So, twice a week raiding is probably going to be it for me.

Is vertical search viable still? {The Social Software Weblog}

Apr 28th 2006 10:14PM Education. The library databases are a primary place for vertical search. I'm personally not a fan of vertical search as an initial foray into searching, but librarians love it and there are some tools being developed for libraries that try to combine some of the advantages of social search, i.e. tagging, with vertical search.