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New computer shipped with malware that targeted WoW {WoW}

May 27th 2009 5:54AM OMG - not a word.
english - proper noun, therefore should be capitalized.
words like To, too, two incorrectly - To should not be capitalized.

Oh, and technically it's a spelling error, not a grammatical error.

Potion tips for the uninitiated {WoW}

May 7th 2009 4:44AM Mmm, toasty :)

Addon Spotlight: SmartBuff {WoW}

May 6th 2009 4:40AM I use ZOMGBuffs as a druid - if nothing else, being reminded to recast thorns every 10 mins is handy :)
(and I have altitis - so I use it on various chars)

The Queue: Cats rule, dogs drool {WoW}

Apr 22nd 2009 6:37AM And having just read the Wowhead comments, it seems that the dog Kyle is based on Ezra Phoenix Chatterton's dog, and the questgiver voice was recorded by him before he passed away.

Yep, the 'dog' is still a wolf model, but the story behind this quest is worth reading.

The Queue: Cats rule, dogs drool {WoW}

Apr 22nd 2009 6:32AM Haven't read all the comments, so this might already have been said.
There's a dog in Bloodhoof Village, with a quest to go with it.

Around Azeroth: Little house on the prairie {WoW}

Mar 30th 2009 4:39AM There's loads like that in Elwyn Forest with wolves around them too.

The Daily Quest: Of Judgemental Paladins, Dual Wielding Death Knights and hungry Hunter pets {WoW}

Mar 23rd 2009 5:55AM @Angus
British English.
British English.
British English.

Around Azeroth: Whatever happened to Snow White? {WoW}

Mar 10th 2009 6:29AM It's also in Ravenholdt Manor.

The Queue: It's always sunny in Azeroth {WoW}

Feb 18th 2009 6:03AM Yeah - or a free aggro dump. Or wonderful stealth detection.

Addon Spotlight: AutoBar {WoW}

Jan 26th 2009 5:04AM Unlock the bars, then right-click them. You can fiddle with the scale there. The orientation is a bit more fiddly - you have to set the column count to one, and the row count to many for vertical, and vice versa for horizontal.