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Daily Cataclysm screenshot {WoW}

May 5th 2010 12:26AM Goblin starter zone, I'm positive. I played it many times in Blizzcon '09 :)

StarCraft II Collector's Edition to include WoW vanity pet {WoW}

Apr 9th 2010 3:05PM Good point, hadn't thought of that.

StarCraft II Collector's Edition to include WoW vanity pet {WoW}

Apr 8th 2010 5:20PM I'm surprised they didn't go with a Protoss pet. They already have one Zerg and one "Terran" (well, Murloc in Terran gear).

How would you change Google's Nexus One? {Engadget}

Feb 28th 2010 1:03AM Physical keyboard & lower price then I'd go for it in a second :)

Ensidia temporarily banned for exploits {WoW}

Feb 5th 2010 2:03AM I'm almost willing to bet the reason behind the copied text is a direct stab at Blizzard, pointing out how similar a thing it is.

Do you hate Apple news? {Engadget}

Jan 30th 2010 10:26PM @sonola777 What about the people in between? I love hearing about a leak, a release, and even some details. The problem with the iPad reporting is everyone everywhere went completely overboard. Yes, it might revolutionize life as we know it. Yes, it could be incredible.

However, when you hit the 20th or 30th post in a short time about what something might be which hasn't even been announced yet, it gets stupid.

As I said in another comment, I like hearing about this stuff. I don't want to block all of one thing, just the couple dozen speculation articles that follow it up.

Do you hate Apple news? {Engadget}

Jan 30th 2010 10:22PM @farnoud Yes, read the article then replace apple in the url with microsoft.

Do you hate Apple news? {Engadget}

Jan 30th 2010 8:36PM Personally, I don't mind (in fact, I even enjoy) things like "Hey, looks like X is coming out. Yep, here it is!" However, I hate seeing speculation and continual spam of articles about one product, especially when no one really knows that much about it.

I would love it if there some sort of "excessive speculation" or "excessive" tag. Those who want to hear absolutely everything about everything could just use the normal version of the site (or an opt-in for it), and those who don't care to see 50+ articles about one thing that hasn't been released yet could block those, without completely cutting themselves out of the loop of new releases from that company.