Mar 28th 2012 12:37PM Read "Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality".
It's fanfic, but written by an incredibly intelligent and talented person.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliezer_Yudkowsky)
It's completely free and updated frequently. Not only is it very entertaining, it will straight up make you smarter just by reading it. That's my recommendation at the moment, but I second a lot of the other replies in here, i.e. stuff by Brandon Sanderson (Mistborn trilogy, Way of Kings), Robert Jordan (WoT is long and drawn out at points, but still worth reading), Terry Pratchett, etc etc.
Mar 15th 2012 8:23PM I think the way they did some of the quests in WG has been my favorite so far. They made them quests that could be completed once (Just once, no need to do it 7 times in a row until your eyes start to bleed) per week. Along with that change, they made the rewards substantially larger. I loved that I could log on and do the quests anytime during the week and then not have to worry about it. It felt much, much better to me than the daily quests.
Mar 4th 2012 5:59PM If they implemented the "Item Squish" alongside a "sidekick" system, I think it would be a lot easier for people to swallow. A sidekick system essentially allows you to level down to the power of a friend, say level 20, so that you can level with him/her without making the content trivial. If they had such a system in place, and then introduced the idea that everything is getting scaled down to a certain place, I think a lot more people would be able to deal with it because they'd be (somewhat) used to the process.
It's unlikely the sidekick system will happen, but it's getting to the point where they need to do the item squish. Oh well.
Feb 15th 2012 10:21AM Beautiful mount. Thanks for the contest!
Dec 31st 2011 3:13PM I never win these things, so I'm not sure why I keep entering. Oh well. Thanks WoW Insider!
Dec 16th 2011 4:19PM /roll 100-100
Dec 15th 2011 9:36PM They should make the LFR reset on Tuesdays and Saturdays (for the US). They already are (or were) experimenting with 2 lockouts per week in Taiwan, I believe. I think that could work out well for LFR.
Dec 15th 2011 4:50PM Thanks for the giveaway!
May 25th 2011 11:06AM Actually, tier 11 Heroic raids will still give valor points.
According to this post: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2580698481?page=2#24
May 2nd 2011 11:22AM I'm nostalic for WotLK. Limited play time, to the tune of ~30 min a day if i'm lucky, means that there is far less fun to be had in Cata for me. But one in a sea of millions isn't exactly significant, so I don't expect any reversion to previous design decisions.
Can't wait for Diablo 3...