Apr 4th 2012 2:41AM Have you also seen the arrow in the FEDEX logo?
Apr 3rd 2012 5:06PM Hey, that's a good idea!
Apr 3rd 2012 11:22AM Luotian -- I can jive with a lot of that. It usually gets brushed off and excused because its YA fiction, which, to be fair, gets to get some wiggle room, especially if it gets kids reading in my mind. But yes, they definitely aren't prose worthy of literary praise, but the engagement is what people are really after in this specific case, I believe.
I think there is a lot to say for that type of story and engagement, at least.
Apr 3rd 2012 11:04AM She DID write the screen play from her own novel, right? I guess that's where the sentiment comes from?
So it's not like... Hollywood took her creation and mashed it up. She did it herself.
Apr 3rd 2012 9:39AM Phoning it in.
Apr 3rd 2012 9:39AM I am currently reading the first book and I am about 1/3 of the way in. Haymitch is much, much better in the book, but Woody played it the best it could have been done.
Mar 29th 2012 12:29PM I added another picture to the gallery for people asking about male pandaren tails. All male pandaren have a nubby tail that is their appropriate skin color where you would expect it to be, much like a regular bear.
Mar 25th 2012 11:09AM I have another theory that I'd like to get commenters' opinions on. What is "When the beta goes live" just intrinsically means something different to Blizzard and their developers than it does to us and marketing? Yes, it's a pretty large miscommunication. But what do you think? When Blizzard says "When the beta goes live" are they saying "When the beta goes live, we will begin the process of inviting Annual Pass members into the beta."
Try to keep responses away from "well, if that's what they meant, that's what they should have said." Obviously that would have solved this problem a long time ago.
Mar 23rd 2012 4:37PM On Wednesday, when I was proofing and reading pretty much every post on the Annual Pass we've done, I came to this article and retitled the first subheader to "Just poorly worded marketing." Looking back, it was a silly expectation, is my point.