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Blizzard updates emote list, you applaud. Bravo! {WoW}

Oct 30th 2008 11:13PM surprised nobody has mentioned burning muffin emotes addon yet.

i've been /shinkick 'ing ppl for ages now :D

Phat Loot Phriday: Goblin Rocket Launcher {WoW}

Oct 25th 2008 4:43AM these are great for tanks. Before i got better trinkets, i stacked two of these. +90 stam is nice to have when your just starting. also these are great for pulls. you can stun an uncontrolled mob while you get the others under control. the range is long enough that the knockback is done well before they reach you.
for pvp these rock as well. that druid on low health that thinks they are going to sprint away? muhahahahah!

Breakfast Topic: Unexpected Changes in Patch 3.0.2 {WoW}

Oct 15th 2008 10:38AM the icon to [swift flying broom] has changed. the new one is also up at wowhead. looks nicer :)

WoW Insider speaks with Curse and Wowace {WoW}

Oct 15th 2008 5:20AM forst and foremost: please make unembeded libraries a priority. they save load of time on the startup screen and why would you want ppl downloading the same libraries for multiple addons?

i used jwowupdater for a long time. Some things i loved about it. it only showed you a list of addons that needed updating at startup. 99% of the time when you launch your addon updater this is what you want, adding and removing addons were handled as separate actions. along with the name of the addon, it showed you the revision number that you had installed vs. the new one. ok some revision numbers are just fixing typos or language updates, but you could tell at a glance if alot of work had been done on an addon since you last updated it. lastly you had the option to see the commit notes for all the revisions needed to get you up to date. i've followed the progess of alot of addons, even posted notes and suggestions to some of the great developers that wow has attracted. this feature helped me know what it is they've been working on and what areas to watch out for. even to know when something was rly just a placeholder or known to be a WIP. one thing i wish jwowupdater did was show you these commit notes first, so you could decide if you wanted to bother downloading the new update or not.

information is a good thing. the CC goes in the opposite direction, automatic updates that hide what is going on are not a good thing imo. also the way you present the addon installed date/latest date. who cares? as long as it is up to date. perhaps this information could go in the little info box at the bottom when you are looking at the list of installed addons. the primary list that you should present, that should _only_ be addons that have updated versions.

Enter to celebrate patch 3.0.2 with a Paper Airplane from WoW Insider {WoW}

Oct 14th 2008 4:14PM respec and test, respec and test

Tips for Brewfest keg runs {WoW}

Sep 24th 2008 10:27AM a note on the barking quest: after you have barked at all the required places, you can hop off your mount and get on your normal mount. unlike the barrels quest where you need to be on the brewfest ram, the barking quest dosen't require you to be on it when you finish the quest, only during the quest for the barking.

Tips for taking down Coren Direbrew {WoW}

Sep 22nd 2008 8:44PM The Gnomeregan Auto-Blocker 600 and Coren's Lucky Coin do stack for an impressive +400 block value (+518 in total). go go imba shield slams :)