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GamerDNA and Massively explore Death Knight demographics {WoW}

Jan 14th 2009 6:39PM Yup. The sample size is fine.

Think about it. They poll the entire U.S. with a +-5% margin of error for presidential elections with between 1000 and 1200 participants.

He Said/She Said: It's a man's WoW {WoW}

Jul 8th 2008 1:42PM word.

Around Azeroth: The face of terror {WoW}

Jul 1st 2008 11:22AM Reminds me of an excellent book: "Baudolino" by Umberto Eco....

Looks like a blemmy with a head:

PBS covers the government's intrusion into online worlds {WoW}

Jun 12th 2008 10:04AM I certainly did. Apart from the idea that the government creating AIDS, which is still a common belief, I agree with him on nearly every point.

And Sean Hannity is a tool.

PBS covers the government's intrusion into online worlds {WoW}

Jun 11th 2008 4:47PM "Lol, I especially enjoyed the balance & nuance that Bill Moyers put forth in that hardhitting interview he did with the esteemed Reverend Jeremiah Wright."

Damn right. Did ANY other new source let him say his peace and not snip his words out of context? Apparently you believe Moyer's job was to simply continue the pigpile? Did you actually LISTEN to Wright?

PBS covers the government's intrusion into online worlds {WoW}

Jun 11th 2008 4:45PM Alas, my online moniker has been Xanax for many years:

PBS covers the government's intrusion into online worlds {WoW}

Jun 11th 2008 4:26PM No a surprise Moyers treats this subject, like all other subjects he covers, with balance and nuance. He's one of the best journalists on T.V. and puts most other mainstream media to shame.

But of course, to a culture that accepts Fox News as "fair and balanced", it does not surprise me that that some find his journalism insufficiently propagandistic and sensationalist.

Around Azeroth: Gazing down on Thunder Bluff {WoW}

Dec 5th 2007 1:29PM I have a 70 orc shammy and I found far sight to be very useful. When going for a quest mob, I could often FS the area and find the path of least resistance to get to the dude, saving much time. Also found it pretty useful just to get the lay of the land when entering unfamilliar territory. You can chain FSs endlessly, so you can cover vast distances without even leaving a safe area. I've even used it to watch other parties take out elite mobs just to see how the fared, when I could not set foot near the area. Even usefull in world PvP to scope graveyards and stuff.

Monstrous Kaliri, how I hate thee {WoW}

Dec 5th 2007 10:26AM I simply fly high above, with my view pulled in all the way into first person, until I am directly over the eggs, then fly straight down. This avoids the birds almost completely. Have not even been hit for a looong time.