New/Old Blogs of Note
Dwarf Babble is a new blog about guild management and it hits all the main points in an intelligent way. I kept starring all the articles – and since I can’t pick just one, I invite you to check out the whole blog.
The Cranky Old Gnome is back. He was one of my first commenters when I first started blogging, and I’m freakin glad he’s back. Though I haven’t been able to add him to the blogroll yet cause I can’t figure out a category. I particularly love that he’s telling subway stories from NYC – I grew up there and yeah… things don’t change much.
And Other Stuff
Looking For More explains threat and taunting. I love the pictures. You will love the pictures. Go there nao!
Casual Huntering asks if we should let our kids play wow. I suspect he’s where I am on this issue – way in the future… while the current problem is explaining that “mouse is for show, not for eat.”
Byaghro at Diabolical Minds gives us the results of his questionnaire on the community. A very interesting read, and it’s something that new and old bloggers alike should consider.
Harpy’s Nest suggests white water logging as a fun activity. This is something I didn’t know ANYTHING about and I’m a sucker for things that go WHEEEEEEE.
Druid Main summarizes the social networking options for bloggers. If you’re new and don’t know how to get the word out about your blog… go. Read. Immediately.
Nazaniel at Unreal Realities talks about servers segregation. I found her analysis of the “melting pot” nature of servers, combining the different age groups interesting. Something I’ve been pondering, as I’ve been “mentoring” a 15 year old druid, and I know that in real life it would be unlikely that he and I would be in the same social circle.
Shintar at Priest with a Cause correctly feels disgust at the sheer number of shit quests. Literally, shit. This has always bothered me as well.
Alas over at Kiss my Alas talks about the top pet peeves with raiders. Oh I feel ya on that.
Labrat at Paladinpants ponders why female tanks are rare. I have noticed the same phenomenon.