Mar 16th 2012 10:52AM Bank Space
That's my suggestion for a gold sink. Either through the current banks or more void storage or whatever. I don't play the auction hall, but my wife does, and she's constantly needing more space for the items she farms, buys, and sells for the auction hall.
We have an alt guild bank, and she has several auction alts. She uses the mail system to store things short term in addition to all of their bank space. If a one time gold sink for bank space isn't sufficient, perhaps there could be a rental system set up. You pay 500 gold a week to have an additional 100 bank slots or something along those lines. Or maybe the void system of paying for deposits and withdrawals would be all that was needed.
Feb 22nd 2012 11:26AM I've been using the 64 bit wow client for the last couple of weeks. I haven't noticed any issues with it so far, but I have enjoyed better frame rates since switching.
Dec 21st 2011 4:15PM You should not drink, and bake.
Dec 19th 2011 5:24PM Exact science, Mr Angier, is not an exact science.
Dec 16th 2011 4:16PM “Scores only matter if they’re very good, no one pays much attention to the bad or mediocre ones.”
Dec 13th 2011 10:53PM No. No I have not.
Nov 8th 2011 11:45AM Wow, my own giant robot! I am now the luckiest kid in America! This must be the biggest discovery since, I don't know, television or something!
Oct 28th 2011 9:57AM Quartz. Replaces your cast/timer bars with better ones. I love it so much, that playing without it (after patches usually) makes me feel empty inside, like I'm not playing the real game anymore.
Aug 15th 2011 1:30PM I'd like to comment on exchanging personal information on the forums.
As a guild leader of a 10 person raiding guild, I want people to have a way to contact me should they be late for a raid or event, or if something happens to an internet connection in the middle of a raid, etc. So I have a thread in our forums where guild members only can see that information, and if they so choose, share their information as well.
But I advised that they be smart about it. Don't share any information you'd be uncomfortable with anyone in the guild knowing, and in addition to that, there are many ways to set up firewalls of sort so you can share contact information without actually sharing your contact information.
Email: Don't want people knowing your email you use for Real ID or out of game stuff? Set up a new email and have it forward to your real email address, then give the new one to guildies.
Phone: You can get a personal phone number from Google Voice and have it forward to your real number. You can receive texts (free) and calls this way, without having anyone know your actual home or cell number.
Twitter: A good way to send direct messages that don't involve any sort of phone numbers or email addresses. About the worst someone can do is follow your twitter account. (And can be blocked if they become a problem, like Robin said above.)
Facebook and Real ID: I'm a firm believer in that these should be reserved for real life friends and acquaintances only.
Address: Again, don't share this. The only people that should know this are people you wouldn't mind showing up at your house.
Google+: I'm looking forward to Google+ being open for public use. Set up a circle for your guild and/or WoW friends and then you can quickly get a message out to all of them by posting a message to that circle. Be wary though, as Google+ will use your real name in most cases.