twitter is for losers seriously come on...
Most of those questions wasn't even worthy for a bluepost, though :(
It's a pretty good idea, and twitter is of course a pretty fashionable way for companies to hold this sort of interactive thing these days. #whateverhappenedtoIRC?There's a few EJs saying that anyone who's done any reading around the thing should have known it all, but I guess this wasn't for them specifically. Stuff like rogue subtlety specs in raids are fascinating only to the percentage of players who do raiding, or rather the percentage of those raiders who want to do so with rogues, and even more specifically that smaller percentage of rogues who go with one specific talent tree - many of the questions that were answered were either more generic, and therefore would have more people caring about the answer, or had some form of entertainment value to bring a bit of levity to the proceedings.WoWInsider topped the tree of dismissiveness, without (As far as I could see) contributing a single question. If you're going to complain about the content of a discussion, then add something to it...
The guy above me sounds like he works for Blizzard.
the guy above me sounds like hes accusing the guy above the guy above me of being a blizzard employee
The guy above me sounds like he could be on to something.
This troper wants cookies....oh, wrong site.
Cool to see some Q&A :)
Something that people don't understand... Twitter is only lame if you attempt to be the guy with the most followers and/or follow people who update every 5 minutes about what they're eating/watching. There are actually people worth following, like Blizzard.Plus, it's a great advertising platform!
twitter is so confusing @.@ I dont get it