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Joyswag: Samsung 22" widescreen LCD monitor {Joystiq}

Aug 4th 2008 8:44PM Some blood... from a smashed mosquito. :)

Microsoft Wireless Arc Mouse folds up, makes you look cool {Engadget}

Jul 12th 2008 3:58PM And most notebook wireless mice are not Bluetooth-enabled too, even Logitech. A mystery!

If the micro-receiver is as micro as those new Bluetooth dongles, I think it's fine to keep it there.

How to convince tanks to PuG {WoW}

May 15th 2008 8:21PM I think PuG is very common in Asia servers but in different form.

I am on a Taiwan server. In the post-2.4 era, since all attunements are gone, we got PuG for everything you could imagine. Most people will PuG KZ, ZA instead of doing a guild run. Guild runs started to becoming more for beginner. I mean, if you are not familiarize with KZ, you should probably ask for a guild run. Since PuG guys can probably run KZ within 2.5-3 hours, you probably don't wanna get blacklisted 'cos you are slowing down the raid.

We got PuG for Gruul and Mag since they are small and easy to run. And some even runs PuG for TK, Hyjal (not full run, although) too.

Recently, Taiwan server started out to have gold-bidding PuG runs for SP and Hyjal. That's, for every epic drops, you use gold to bid for drops (in contrast to DKP in guild), and every drops usually costs 500G or more. For plans dropped in SP mobs, they usually goes up to 20,000G. And everyone shares the total of the biddings, usually from 150G to 1,500G.

Unsurprisingly, T1-3 dungeons are going for same gold-bidding PuG now.

Enter to win a $5k Dell WoW Edition notebook {WoW}

Dec 17th 2007 8:08PM Alliance rules!