May 21st 2008 9:57AM But that's just it. You can't say in one breath "We have to report it because we are honest journalists" but then say in the next breath "We are removing the content from our site because we don't want to upset Blizzard." What happened to honest journalism?
We now know you will hold back news to please Blizzard. It makes me wonder how far you will go and what else you might censor to please them in the future...
It's your site and you can do as you wish. You have no responsibility to me, but you have compromised your integrity by being willing to tailor your content to meet Blizzard's approval.
If all the fansites who got the emails from Blizzard refused to comply do you really think Blizzard would forbid them all from coming to Blizzcon? Blizzard is a smart company and they know that the fansites are a good thing and when push comes to shove they aren't going to bite the hand that feeds them.
Take pride in what you do and realize that Blizzard gains from you and you have power here.
May 21st 2008 9:25AM Either publish the info or don't.
This attitude of "we're not gonna publish it but we basically are by linking and talking about it" is really silly. It looks like you are trying to have it both ways and it is quite laughable.
May 20th 2008 3:00PM It's all about trust. Now that I know you will remove things at Blizzard's request, it will make me wonder what else you are willing to remove.
May 20th 2008 2:53PM So you want to keep on Blizzard's good side. How far does this go? Today it's removing leaked info, maybe someday it will be removing criticism of Blizzard at their request.
How are we supposed to trust you if we know that you will remove things that you have a right to publish just to stay chummy with Blizzard?
May 19th 2008 3:25PM >I'll bite. I'm assuming that you are responding to the >comments on Adam Holsky's post about the "Rosa Parks >Took My Seat" arena name
No, actually I wasn't. I hadn't even read them before you replied to this post. And after reading them, I don't really think they are worth responding to.
May 19th 2008 11:28AM Getting ready for another load of comments about people being too easily offended and the evils of political correctness. If it wasn't so sad it would be laughable how people try to excuse discrimination, prejudice and racism by just bringing up the words "political correctness."
Reminds me of a certain president and "9/11."
Apr 19th 2008 8:10PM So who are you trying to convince? Us or yourself?
Enough time in PvP doesn't automatically mean accomplishing everything. No matter how much time someone PvPs, unless they have the skills, they won't get above a certain Arena rating.
Mar 19th 2008 5:28PM If you bandage someone in the fight you should be on the attack table, correct? So bandage someone with you at the camp and problem solved.
But it sucks to learn this the hard way.
Feb 15th 2008 1:20PM I'll admit it sucks knowing that I won't ever get to experience certain content. I work, have a family and a myriad of other projects. Simply put, I can't raid.
Should I expect to get everything that a raider can get when they can get it? No, that's ridiculous. Should I expect that some content will forever be off limits to me just because I can't commit hours upon hours every week? I don't think I should.
If I put in 1000 hours of WoW over the course of three years and someone else puts in 1000 hours of WoW over the course of six months then I'd like to think we could somehow experience the same content. As it stands now, this is not the case.
Welfare Raids FTW.