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The Queue: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes {WoW}

Apr 4th 2012 6:32PM @Killik: I was under the impression there were no mailboxes in the Pandaren starting zone (much like the Goblin or Worgen starting zones) anyway, which would mean that you'll pretty much be heirloomless for the first ten levels anyway.

Warlocks getting a ranged taunt through glyph {WoW}

Mar 22nd 2012 10:42PM And and and and...

This is the cloth tanking spec I've been waiting for.

Guess it's finally time to level my little demo lock!

Warlocks getting a ranged taunt through glyph {WoW}

Mar 22nd 2012 1:29AM Some of the new glyphs are getting my hopes of shockadining(ining) up as well...

Here's hoping we're both pleasantly surprised!

Mists of Pandaria Beta: New glyphs {WoW}

Mar 22nd 2012 1:26AM I can't help but feel that some of these glyphs are meant to make me attempt to run Shockadin again for leveling to 90.

How to make gold on a small realm {WoW}

Feb 28th 2012 8:11AM This sounds like a market opportunity to me!

The Queue: Comeback Kid {WoW}

Feb 18th 2012 2:09PM The 64-bit client works great in Wine 1.4-rc4 in a WoW64 setup.

The truth is, Blizzard seems to make quite a bit of allowance for Linux. They really didn't have to make it so that Warden detects Wine - we could all be banned just for trying it.

The Queue: Re-Vita-lized {WoW}

Feb 11th 2012 12:34PM For the record, it was the first search result from the bar at the top of the website.

The More You Know (TM)

World of Warcraft patch 4.3.2 64-bit client download and information [Updated x4] {WoW}

Feb 2nd 2012 8:37AM They've been pretty good up until now with making the Windows client play nicely in Wine. It's always performed better for me than Windows on the same hardware.

Of course, having said that, I'm seeing (and experiencing) reports of the 64-bit client freezing about 90% of the way through loading the world. I'm voting up a bug with the Wine devs about it now.

The Queue: The serviceman and the "guide dog" {WoW}

Jan 13th 2012 2:36PM I also see that Gamestring is still around, which may be a better choice as it's optimized for games (WoW in particular.) You can check out their browser-based game camera at their website (which I won't post so nobody thinks I'm a spammer - use the Google!)

The Queue: The serviceman and the "guide dog" {WoW}

Jan 13th 2012 2:04PM You could try Splashtop, which lets you stream your desktop to you iPad/Android phone/tablet. I've heard you can do a passable job of playing that way, and the app is cheap (the desktop server is free.)

I've got it on my Galaxy S II, and it's not a bad way of controlling my desktop. Haven't tried any games with it yet, but it lets you use your Google account to log into your computer from absolutely anywhere, inside or outside of network.